The owners are at the Department of Health as we type.
Joe Basso calls his diners "risk takers."
The owners have a last-ditch hearing with the health department this week.
With salmonella recalls, rampant mislabeling, and toxic discoveries, it's been really a bad week for seafood lovers.
One of the two branches of Sushi Groove got in a little trouble.
A new study on fluctuating sodium levels finally gives us something to brag about to our northern neighbors.
Over half of local seafood samples were found mislabeled in Los Angeles.
You might not want to buy eggs at Produce Land on Clay Street in Chinatown.
The chemically-treated beef product and its makers have a long history of safety lapses.
Though many have been sickened in PA, NJ is pushing to make raw milk legal.
New laws are taking effect that would allow almost anybody to slice and serve the poisonous delicacy.
Eating bad food is only one piece of the puzzle.
Do we need to start calling them "unhappy meals?"
Seriously, it's, like, really bad for you.
The burger chain ran an ad in eight papers today to brag that it never served you the scary meat filler.
Plus: The Quaker Oats dude is getting a makeover; and the U.S. nixes plans to send food to North Korea, all in our morning news roundup.
Jobs will be lost, and beef prices will (possibly) go up.
Plus: Alicia Silverstone chews her baby's food; and children may be harvesting our food here in the U.S., all in our morning news roundup.