Two former Hollywood staffers follow Babbo's suit, both figuratively and literally.
Among those accused of cutting their product are Rachel Ray, Safeway, Wal-Mart, Target, and KMart.
Atlanta and Indianapolis can put kim chi in Mexican food too, but a popular food show might have to rethink its originality.
The President can't even have dessert without being bothered, while a West Hollywood classic tries to sue an Atlanta restaurant with a similar name.
United Food and Commercial Workers are backing California's cannabis legalization proposal while Nicaraguan plaintiffs lose their last suit against the fruit giant.
Former partner and former father-in-law Mike Takeda is now out of the business.
Organizers want a piece of the market's big bucks, while the discovery of E. coli in pre-packed foods makes farmed produce more appealing.
Canned meat continues to be popular after 73 years and a Twilight star hasn't mastered much beyond toast.
The Motley Crue singer was celebrating a new album called "Tatoos and Tequila" while the Top Chef horndog is making his HBO debut.
The Gulf Spill forces a major chain to scrap some of its seafood offerings and LAist debunks a rarely used nickname for the city.
Courtney Cox steals Jennifer Aniston's lunch habits and a Desperate Housewives star claims a legal action against her from restaurant partners is without merit.
A celebrity talent judge has a fondness for Japanese beer and a celebrity chef reports a jewelry heist at home.
Bruce Beresford-Redman is being sought by authorities in his wife's slaying, while a grocery cashier survives a gunshot during a robbery.
Was there a conspiracy to make Alvin Gentry puke during the playoffs and could Bam Bam beat The Hulkster?
A famous bakery owner is at the center of new federal immigration tactics, while a legendary cop is caught with produce.
An eccentric actor has an equally eccentric manner of feeding himself, while a horror-show fast food sandwich has a new life.
A famous ear-biter goes meatless, while a famous socialite ditches fast-food.
A presidential decree and a presidential pastry chef keep their focus on nutrition, while natural wines are the focus of local restaurants this week.
A former presidential front-runner labels the "Better Know Your Farmer" program elitist, while a Carlsbad Mexican chain is sold.
A television chef has a new show in production, while another has a new lawsuit filed against him.