We kind of wished this would have gone on for years.
The battle between Oscar Mayer and Ball Park could get ugly.
Plus: Good magazine takes issue with Costco even after the big-box agreed to stop selling endangered fish; and Campbell's Soup Co. works to curb a health crisis that it and other food companies helped create, all in our morning news roundup.
The cookie company divides itself in two, while continuing protests in Egypt have people stocking up.
The Mexican food giant buys a big baker from the U.S., while a Kansas nutrition professor claims the Hostess snack helped him lose 27 pounds.
Plus fast food wrappers leak toxins into food, and Sara Lee is selling off its bakeries to Grupo Bimbo, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Slate explores the health benefits of raw milk, Chile's fishing business still recovering, and Pepsi launches new ad campaign for its zero calorie drink.
Plus: Jimmy Dean passes away, restaurants look for a World Cup bump, and some advocates look for a word to replace organic.
London chefs disagree with a French chef over infants in restaurants and Jeremy Fox denies L.A. restaurant plans.
Plus: Burger King's new super-premium burger, and the argument for babies in fine-dining restaurants, all in our morning news roundup.
Pabst Blue Ribbon raises their prices and IHOP stirs up trouble with its eggs.
Plus haute dishes inspired by junk food, McDonald's makes money off the weak economy, and more, in our morning news roundup.