A lawsuit claims the chain's saving money on milk by shorting customers 25 percent every time.
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Reports called the opening of KFC Halal the "first sign of creeping US influence."
Bookmakers say people with connections to the Great British Bake Off placed bets on the hugely popular show.
The "cheese ring" is peddling $30 million of delicious goods.
There's been a decline in growth since the news broke.
Those hams were honey-baked, too.
Who's the real "suckling pig"?
Also, the dreaded European grapevine moth has almost been eradicated from California.
Plus: Orange peels may help in the battle against e. Coli; and radiation levels detected in Japanese baby food, all in our morning news roundup.
Page Six says she slept with her brother-in-law while both were still married and now her sister isn't speaking to her. Now that's fame.
Also, a restaurant in NYC has accused Richman of sexually harassing a waitress! He's having none of it.
The New York 'Times' analyzes the media punching bag at the gym.
Apparently vegan photography by vegan photographers costs too much.
PHA Bilked Taxpayers For Thousands of Dollars For Lavish Meals; Troubled Colombian Arabica Coffee May Never Rebound
Plus: Vegan diets are bad for cats and dogs; and location-based social networking tools are becoming restaurants go-to marketing method, all in our morning news roundup.
In the aftermath of Legal Sea Foods' unsustainable dinner, the company's CEO says sustainability is in his DNA.
Legal Sea Foods makes AlterNet's list of reprehensible seafood retailers, just in time for their blacklisted seafood dinner.
When it comes to certain fish, Legal Sea Foods won't be baited by environmental groups.
We investigate an accusation of cup-sizing fraud, with surprisingly happy results.
The finger-pointing begins