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How Fast Food Will Survive in South Central
One suggestion is a ban on new constructions within a half-mile of each other.By Hadley Tomicki
Weis Markets Report Increase in Third-Quarter Income; Protests Over Chester’s Lack of Supermarkets Will Likely Disrupt This Weekend’s Philadelphia Union Game
Plus a McDonald's in California goes green, and all foods are going to become more expensive soon, all in our morning news roundup.
Longshoreman Want Del Monte to Bring Shipments Back to South Philly Docks; Santa Sweets Completes Work on a 10-Acre Solar Farm
Plus Cosmo picks a prep cook from Cleveland as Bachelor of the Year, and Silicon Valley and UC Davis are teaming up to make advances in wine making, all in our morning news roundup.
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Putting the ‘Hell’ in ‘Health Department’
The joy of the letter-grade tribunal.By Daniel Maurer
L.A. Votes For Street Food Letter Grades, Somewhere Gloria Molina Is Smiling
Increased consumer confidence could be off-set by increased regulation and possibly drive some vendors off the streets.By Hadley Tomicki
Zitner Candy Corp. Gears Up For Easter; Public-School Cafeteria Workers Union Blames Failed Health Inspections on Cleaning Supplies
Plus the Times asks readers for spaghetti taco-like food mash-ups, and a UK chef finds a perfectly round egg, all in our morning news roundup.
More Than Half of Philly Schools’ Cafeterias Failed Recent Health Inspections; Community Gardens Boom in Camden
Plus the McRib is finally going national, and L.A. spoils food truck fun with inspections, all in our morning news roundup.
Bourdain Writes A Comic Book; Sriracha Building $40 Million Irwindale Headquarters
The No Reservations star officially announces his graphic novel Get Jiro! at New York Comic Con, while Huy Fong Foods Inc. is upgrading its facilities.
Another Genuardi’s Supermarket Closes; Penn State Scientists Decode Chocolate’s Genetic Sequence
Plus Anthony Bourdain's graphic novel was officially announced at New York ComicCon, and "fake food" makes people feel full faster, all in out morning news roundup.
Evan Kleiman Calls For More Farm Food in The City; PETA Kills Dancing Shrimp Dish
The Good Food host seeks to increase access to actual good food, while animal rights activists protest a seafood dish in Sacramento.
Dogs' Carbs Getting Curbed
Anti-carb trend spreads to dogs.By Meredith Smith
Kim Chi Prices Soar; Asia De Cuba Gets Animated
While cabbage costs go through the roof, The Simpsons dine at Jeffrey Chodorow's chain.
Top Chef: D.C. Winner Kevin Sbraga Headlines the Epicurean Palate; Farmers Turn to ‘Agri-tainment’ For Additional Revenue
Plus the UK's Health Secretary apologizes to Jamie Oliver, and kinchi prices skyrocket in Korea, all in our morning news roundup.
A Wine With Legs (Frog Legs, That Is)
A U.K. woman may sue after finding a frog at the bottom of her bottle.By Daniel Maurer
L.A. Pushes For Food Stamps at Farmers Markets; Perez Hilton Launches Fitness Site
L.A.'s Food Policy Task Force unveils a new proposal, while a celebrity blogger turns his critical eye on healthy eating.
Clifton's Broker Ed Rosenthal Found Alive; Dole Heir Sued For Sexual Harrassment
The Downtown broker and poet survives six days without food or water, while Justin Murdock has charges filed against him from a former hire.By Hadley Tomicki
Krispy Kreme Is Coming Back; Pennsylvania Dutch Celebrate 30 Years at Reading Terminal Market
Plus McDonald's now denies plans to pull employees health insurance, and doughnuts are a growth market, all in our morning news roundup.
Paris Hilton Involved In Boa Hit-And-Run This Morning; Adam Richman's Feelings Are Hurt By Alton Brown
The hotel's heiress's boyfriend returned to the scene of the crime later without her.
Mouse Sandwich, Anyone?
A U.K. bread-maker accidentally bakes a mouse into a loaf.By Daniel Maurer