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Water Department Tries to Isolate the Source of Radioactive Contaminants in Philly’s Drinking Water; Sysco Looks to Expand Overseas
Plus: Women dominate at James Beard Awards; and many North Koreans eat wild grass to stave off hunger, all in our morning news roundup.
Drunken Brawls Still Plague Old City; KFC Commits 'Crimes Against Food'
Plus: Schools around the country weigh chocolate milk bans; and ethanol subsidies may be to blame for high corn prices, all in our morning news roundup.
City Councilman Kenney Wants Restaurants to Stop Taking Credit Card Fees From Servers Tips; Price of Raw Ingredients Rises to ‘Near Record’ Levels
Plus: Ocean Spray plans to move its Bordentown facility to Pennsylvania; and Dunkin' Donuts prepares to go public, all in our morning news roundup.
With Blue Corn ‘Mexadelphians’ Provide Fair Wage and Fair Trade Opportunities in Mexico; Mark Bittman Pans the Government’s New Junk Food Guidelines
Plus: Amoroso drivers are leery of the company's new distribution plans; and low labor costs spur an investigation into Chipotle's employment practices, all in our morning news roundup.
Salmonella Scare Prompts Tomato Recall in PA and NJ; As Food Prices Rise, So Do Profits
Plus: Tilapia isn't all it's cracked up to be; and eating more hot red peppers may help with weight loss efforts, all in our morning news roundup.
Discount Grocery Chains Cash In on the Declining Purchasing Power of American Consumers; America's Next Great Restaurant Finale Was Not as Historic as Obama’s Speech That Preempted It
Plus: Newly enacted food regulations has some farmers market vendors up in arms; and supermarket prices rise across the board, all in our morning news roundup.
Acme Lets 900 Employees Go; Fed Bust Amish Farmers After a Year Long Sting Operation
Plus: Fro-yo will soon take over the world; and a Kansas senator sounds the food terror attack alarm, all in our morning news roundup.
City to Joey Vento: Thanks, But No Thanks; Chinese Catering Companies Get Pressured to Reveal What Additives They Use
Plus: The world asks the U.S. to step up the quality of food aid it provides; and Jason Schwartzman narrates a video about environmental eating, all in our morning news roundup.
High Tech Upgrades Are Coming to PA Farmers Markets; Vegans Fare Better as Food Costs Reach Record Highs
Plus: Twenty-five years after Chernobyl, sheep are still scanned for radiation; and inflation won't spare the cost of pizza, all in our morning news roundup.
Swarthmore Residents to Vote on Allowing Sales of Booze; Weight Watchers Gets Manly
Plus: Britney Spears hires willpower for her latest tour; and Wal-Mart tests online grocery ordering, all in our morning news roundup.
Proposed Legislation Could Be Big Boon For Local Brewers; Exposure to Pesticides Can Lower I.Q.’s
Plus: Federal Investigators probe Chipotle; and McDonald's expects to raise its prices, all in our morning news roundup.
SuperPretzels Maker Takes on ConAgra’s ‘Frozen Handheld’ Division; Nathan’s Famous Hot-Dog-Eating Contest Installs a Glass Ceiling For Female Contestants
Plus: Watching fat people on TV makes you fat; and winemakers fight to keep the word "Mommy" on their labels, all in our morning news roundup.
Elkins Estate’s Bankruptcy Leaves Spring Brides in the Lurch; China Goes Nuts For Pecans
Plus: Lobster tails are being used to make biodegradable golf balls; and people in developing countries spend up to 80 percent of their incomes on food, all in our morning news roundup.
Survivalists Stock Up on Seeds For Post-Apocalyptic Gardening; Quinoa Controversy Causes a Rift Between Rabbis
Plus: Artisan brewers emerge in Mexico; and Subway cuts sodium in its Fresh Fit sandwich line, all in our morning news roundup.
A&P to Sell Off 25 Superfresh Markets; Padma's Baby Won't Eat Baby Food!
Plus: McDonald's Canada accepts Monopoly money; and Kate Middleton gets her own jelly bean, all in our morning news roundup.
Blatstein Shops For a New Supermarket Operator; Glow-in-the-Dark Pork in China Raises Eyebrows
Plus: A doctor believes sugar consumption causes chronic ailments; and Burger King introduces a 1,160-calorie burger in Japan, all in our morning news roundup.
Camden Mulls Restaurant Curfews to Curb Late Night Crime; Restaurant-Coupon Backlash Amps Up
Plus: Philly's water is radioactive, but still safe to drink; and Denny's and IHOP roll out healthier options, all in our morning news roundup.
Radiation From Japan’s Nuclear Accident Is Present in Philly’s Drinking Water; Chocolate Milk Is the Latest School-Lunchroom Controversy
Plus: Mayor Michael Nutter sees Tastykake's merger with Flower Foods as positive outcome; and Talula's Garden will feature tables made by at risk youth, all in our morning news roundup.
Flower Foods Tosses Tasty Baking Co. a Much Needed Lifeline; Rare Disorder Causes a Florida Woman to Eat Sofas
Plus: a study shows people think foods labeled organic taste better; and the rules of drinking may have changed, all in out morning news roundup.
Police Blame ‘Ineffective’ Liquor Laws For Increased Violence at Nuisance Bars; Caffeine Cravings May Be Genetic
Plus: Humans are hardwired to emotionally eat; and a proposed giant market celebrating France's cuisine has no funding, all in our morning news roundup.