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Will the National Restaurant Association Leave Chicago?
The conference has been one of Chicago’s longest running conferences.
Food Service Cuts Proposed for McCormick Place; Ramps Now May Be Endangered
Plus: Japan suspends beef exports, and Southern states looking for economic gain from the Asian carp.
More Conventions Leaving Town; Tasting Menus Go Mainstream
Plus: surgical tweezers in the kitchen, and Weight Watchers sues Jenny Craig, all in our morning news roundup.
Jamba Juice Goes Hot; Michelin Chefs in Space
Plus: the fluctuating prices of orange juice, and McDonald’s new CEO, all in our morning news roundup.
McPier Goes Looks For New Food; How to Survive a Chopstick to the Brain
Plus: Rachael Ray gets seriously into Mardi Gras, and Florida’s meager strawberry harvest, all in our morning news roundup.
McCormick Place Called Out for Gouging; A School for Molecular Gastronomy
Plus: Gatorade ends its relationship with Tiger Woods, and Chex’s best months, all in our morning news roundup.
The NRA May or May Not Leave Town; Enforcing E. Coli Testing
Plus: Flooding leads to Eggo shortage and Gordon Ramsay’s flagging ratings, all in our morning news roundup.
Billy Dec Wins an Emmy; Bye-Bye Trade Shows
Plus: Australia invents a rot-free apple, and Jamie Oliver’s pasta sauce might be too salty, all in our morning news roundup.
Haute Hospital Dining; The Economy Hits McPier
Plus: The Food Network goes to the White House, and Illy’s plans for national expansion, all in our morning news roundup.
Get Sudsy With Beer Soap; The High Cost of Convention Pepsi
Plus: the founder of Treasure Island grocery stores passes away, and Nancy Pelosi’s push for calorie labeling, all in our morning news roundup.
Shuffled Corporate Chefs; American Cheese Goe To Europe
Plus: H1N1 hits Chicago media; swearing in cookbooks
Next Year’s NRA
The NRA opens registration.