Naturally, alarmists are moaning about "nanny state tactics."
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Hopefully this works outside of Texas, too.
The company turned out to be a shell marketing umbrella outsourcing jobs to various lap-band surgery clinics.
Awaiting new software, the public health department reaffirms its goals to assign letter grades to the city's 6,000-strong fleet of mobile eateries.
The former LAPD chief is asking for warning labels, higher shelf placement, and purchase limits for energy drinks like Monster.
The ban went into effect in 2010 and is facing opposition from big businesses and non-believers.
When the Mashgiach's away, Doheny Glatt Kosher Meats gets accused of off-loading a supply of mystery meat.
Carnival Cruises got nothing on our airport!
No sooner does Byron Hurt bring up a healthier way of eating traditional foods, then we're reminded of simply Wholesome in South L.A.
Our dependence on cars and cultural demographics are both blamed in a new CDC study.
One theory is the 21-year-old woman may have fed the child a lethal ingredient as a punishment.
The classiest rotten-caviar dinner money can buy.
The opposition raised over $43 million to convince voters their grocery costs would sky-rocket.
A bunch of scientists are urging the company to sell nuts and dried fruit instead of pushing sugar.
State institutions are being prompted to destroy tens of thousands of cases of the stuff.
The 62-year-old worker met his end in the pressure cooker.
Some of them don't surprise us. Then there are the ones we eat at.
Central Valley Meat Co. promises to embrace new training practices and guidelines to ensure cattle become beef as humanely as possible.
We almost expect this kind of nonsense from the USDA, but not from this paragon of fast food freshness.
Even worse, the USDA was buying its beef for school lunch and emergency food programs.