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Peanut Exec Sentenced to 28 Years in Prison for Salmonella Outbreak
Stewart Parnell has received what is believed to be the harshest sentence ever given for a case related to food-borne illness.
Peanut Executive Behind One of America’s Worst Salmonella Outbreaks Could
The “unprecedented” sentence could serve as a wakeup call to the food industry.
Peanut Allergies Defeated With ‘Peanut Therapy’
Welcome back, Mr. Peanut. Long time, no eat.
In Season: the Breslin’s Boiled Peanuts
Yes, peanuts, in their raw or “green” state, have arrived at Greenmarket.
Delinquent Peanuts Expelled From California School System
State institutions are being prompted to destroy tens of thousands of cases of the stuff.
Baseball Stadiums’ Peanut-Free Seating Perturbs Some Fans
“It’s as much part of the fabric of baseball as the seventh-inning stretch,” one longtime ball-game-goer told the ‘Post.’
Pothead Candies Weren’t Meant to Promote Pot Smoking; Vitamins Linked to
Plus: Higher peanut-butter prices are coming; and there may be better tasting chocolate lurking in the jungles of Peru, all in our morning news roundup.
Chef Jason Travi Won’t Return to Fraiche; Final
Issue Hits The
Fraiche loses its founding chef, and Gourmet’s final issue is available today.
Nuts to You
A Twitter feed allows you to see the latest FDA food recalls, and blogger Alex Balk isn’t happy about recent content.