There's been a 50 percent decline in the production of Spanish and Italian olive oils.
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It was a very bad year.
It's the traditional way for Tuscan olive growers to show off the quality of their olio nuovo.
Not a good move.
The coffee chain counters critics who can't stand their bitter dark roast.
Plus: There's a new Sesame Street cookbook; and convicts pick the potatoes that become your french fries, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus the pleasures of olive-oil powder and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Meanwhile, eat the burger chain's newest menu item at your own risk.
Unincorporated areas of L.A. will see plastic grocery bags phased out, while The U.N. starts looking to save cultural cuisine.
Plus 15 percent of US households had trouble getting enough to eat last year, and California figures out a way to gauge how local food really is, all in our morning news roundup.
Among those accused of cutting their product are Rachel Ray, Safeway, Wal-Mart, Target, and KMart.
A one night stand in L.A. may have lead to a baby for a soccer superstar, while Baltic divers unearth 200 year-old bubbly.
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Plus olive oil prices are up 20 percent from last year, and divers uncover the world's oldest drinkable champagne.
The birthplace of In-N-Out strikes a blow to fast food while the owner of the so-called "best restaurant in the world" doesn't rely on staff to source his kitchen.
A valued assistant leaves the host of Hell's Kitchen, while California looks to be a major player in the olive oil industry.
Plus Ben & Jerry's new Elton John–inspired ice cream, a book about cannibalism, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Il Buco's owner debuts her first food documentary tomorrow night.