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.
Plus: McDonald's Canada accepts Monopoly money; and Kate Middleton gets her own jelly bean, all in our morning news roundup.
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.
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.
If it's coming from scientists, it must be true.
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.
In terms of providing healthy food choices to underserved neighborhoods, Philly leads the pack.
Former Hershey Trust Co. Trustee Withdraws Court Action; Food Addiction Finally Gets Recognition and a TV Show
Plus: McDonald's has 50,000 positions to fill; and the FDA launches a food-recall website, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: The FDA concludes there isn't enough proof that food dyes are bad; and people who eat candy have smaller waists, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Radioactive milk may not be as bad as it seems; and the food scene in Beirut is booming, all in our morning news roundup.
Local Mom to Testify to the FDA About Food Dyes and ADHD; Olive Garden Gets a ‘Tuscan Farmhouse’ Makeover
Plus: Italian mamas use delivery services to send home-cooked meals to their grown-up kids; and chefs lie about gluten-free dishes, all in our morning news roundup.
The TV crew spotted rats and mice at multiple restaurants.
Fire Ravages a Historic Bucks County Inn; Recall Underscores Honey Dew’s Susceptibility to Contamination
Plus: Dyes in food have been linked to hyperactivity in kids; and radioactive contamination of Japan's food is likely to get a lot worse, all in our morning news roundup.
SEPTA Spokeswoman Says ‘This Isn’t Meals on Wheels’; California Teaches Vegetable Growers to Eat Vegetables
Plus: Hotel chains make it easier to eat healthy; and some guy made it rain at Starbucks, all in our morning news roundup.
Samuels & Son Halts Imports of Japanese Seafood; Point Breeze Restaurant Owner Fires Back at Anti-Gentrification Group
Plus: Re-energized Starbucks pushes forward on its plan to rule the world; and produce prices to come down as spring veggies come to market, all in our morning news roundup.
E. Coli Scare Prompts Recall of 23,000 Pounds of Lebanon Bologna; Obsessive Healthy Eating Is Just Another Disorder
Plus: Japan worries that its water and fish are radioactive; and Temple University receives grants to fight obesity among low-income preschoolers, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Instant ramen is being shipped in to feed survivors of Japan's earthquake and tsunami; and a Kentucky woman finds a dead frog in a can of green beans, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: The European Parliament is deadlocked over regulating the use of cloned animals for food; and Taco Bell rebounds after their beef scandal, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Attorneys argue that pizza is not a missile; and fear of an impending nuclear disaster in Japan has grocery stores shelves stripped bare, all in our morning news roundup.