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Rotten Tomato Kingpin Gets Six Years In The Slammer
Scott Frederick Salyer’s widespread scams boosted his profits while embroiling companies like Frito-Lay and Kraft in his downfall.
Crooked Tomato Kingpin Pleads Guilty
Frederick Scott Salyer faces up to twenty years for running a scheme that involved players from Kraft and Frito-Lay.
Free Range Eggs Have High Levels of Pollution; LaBonge Warns Of ‘Mobile Society’
Caged eggs are found to have lower levels of industrial pollution than their roaming counterparts and an L.A. City Councilman fears L.A.’s food truck lifestyle.
Andrew W.K. Dreams of Spicy Restaurant; L&L Hawaiian Sells $266 Million Lottery
A serious rocker would love to devote an eatery to the hotter things in life, while a PIco-Rivera restaurant earns a million dollar commission.
Jamie Oliver Blasts U.S. McDonald’s; SK Foods’ Boss Slapped with Five More
The Naked Chef has healthier Golden Arches back home and the tomato industry’s public enemy #1 is in more trouble.
Carl’s Jr. Sells Beer Downtown; Carl Karcher Enterprises Sold to Boston Firm
Carl’s Jr. has the jump on Burger King’s beer bash, and its parent company is purchased by Thomas H. Lee partners.
NBC Ruffles Feathers with Fried Chicken; SK Foods Owner Arrested
A major network’s cafeteria causes controversy and a criminal investigation turns up one rotten tomato.
Criminal Misdeeds Catch Up with Cali Tomato Industry
A major investigation is launched into illegal produce practices.