Scott Frederick Salyer's widespread scams boosted his profits while embroiling companies like Frito-Lay and Kraft in his downfall.
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Frederick Scott Salyer faces up to twenty years for running a scheme that involved players from Kraft and Frito-Lay.
Young folks are more likely to binge at home than at school.
Kraft's efforts seem designed to highlight the fact that Triscuits, unlike its Kool-Aid, Oreo Fudge Cremes, or Velveeta, is actually made out of whole grains.
Labeling your product "mutagen-free" apparently makes it harder to get approval from regulators.
Lady Gaga explains, "I don't want them to think I am human, let alone drunk."
The chips-makers have a controversial new ad that's angering Christians and spice-lovers get a new challenge.
Cyber-villains now have access to customer's birth dates, while the nation takes a stride against childhood obesity.
The Hollywood Italian favorite is holding dinners featuring whole hogs, while sadly, the Barbie Doll does not come from the singer's Rhythm Nation phase.
Kraft comes to Santa Monica as part of a national tour.
While Jose Andres and Katsuya Uechi will replicate in Miami, Jorge Portillo is happy to be off of four wheels.
Seafood restaurants are peppered with questions about food origins, while raw milk brings out police weapons.
L.A.'s favorite burger goes eastward while college kids are acting really stupid even before they're drunk.
Major food companies make changes with inspiration from Michelle Obama and an Oregon city might have L.A. beat on food trucks.
The singer is releasing a rose and television's most fiery chef plans to go viral.
Riverside has a reason to worry at the tap and Teresa Giudice has a new project.
People are angry over the Sun Maid Raisin girl's new look and California recycling programs are threatened by money worries.
Padma shills a new product for home shoppers and Martha Stewart plans to talk vegetarian diets with Eating Animals author.
A boxing champ becomes a restaurateur and a health food mega-store has a good end to a rough year.
Pabst Blue Ribbon raises their prices and IHOP stirs up trouble with its eggs.