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Hawaiian Grocery Stores Reportedly Overrun With Spam Bandits
Stores have started putting the mystery meat into locked cases.
Hormel Came Up With a Way to Make Spam Even Worse
Because we’ve all been waiting for bite-size Spam jerky in a bag.
The Maker of Spam Is Buying an Enormous Organic-Meat Company
Hormel will pay $775 million for Applegate Farms.
The Spam Food Truck Might Just Be the Final Nail in the Coffin for the
Get ready for “Kimchi Spam Musubi Croissants.”
Roy Choi: The New Face of SPAM?
Who’s to say it might not be for the benefit of L.A.’s common good?
New ‘Spam Cognition Theory’ Proves Everyone Still Hates It
As in fake meat, not mail.
A Day in the Life of a Spam Factory Worker; Where Chris Weitz Grabs Mexican Food
For some people, being splattered with “pig brain jelly” is just another day at the office.
Campbell’s Puts 770 On the Soup Line; Work at a Spam Factory Is
Plus: Online restaurant ordering ups checks and frequency of orders; Exploding water fowl replaces IEDs for some reformed terrorists, all in our morning news roundup.
Food Trucks Sue Monrovia; Ronald McDonald Meets Kids Online
The Southern California Mobile Food Vendors Association is fighting a ban on food trucks.
Resorts Casino Won’t Have Flappers in Their Fifties; Spam Wars Have Begun
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.