The sandwich-making megachain is the new king of fast food.
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Two gang members were charging taco truck operators weekly fees to run their businesses, while worms invaded the famous chain's burgers.
Plus: new school-lunch guidelines, yet another celebrity-chef scandal, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus Subway dabbles in gluten-free, and a global food crisis now seems imminent, all in our morning news roundup.
Jared from Subway will also run, at a considerably slower clip.
• Harvard is spending $20.7 million for a dairy farm in New Zealand. [Herald] • A Bay State College student was the victim of armed robbery outside of a St. James St. Subway restaurant. [Globe] • For the first time...
Plus: McDonald's threatens health care, and rich people love fast food, all in our morning news roundup.
Business owners and residents complain about trash, fights, and illness, while the celeb chef was pout to sleep from overeating.
"Ten percent of the top 200 chains will have trucks on the road within the next 24 months."
The chain's menu appears vastly more sophisticated than Subway or the Quiznos it's replacing.
While Jose Andres and Katsuya Uechi will replicate in Miami, Jorge Portillo is happy to be off of four wheels.
Unfortunately, a fairly typical week passes in L.A. celebrity dining.
Plus pork bell prices reach an all-time high, and New Hampshire's oldest family-operated farm goes out of business, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Coke throws a lot of money behind the World Cup and Taco Bell introduces a 79 cent burrito.
The Gulf Spill forces a major chain to scrap some of its seafood offerings and LAist debunks a rarely used nickname for the city.
Plus: A consumer group threatens to sue McDonald's, JetBlue charges for in flight meals, and the British grocery chain Waitrose attempts to break in the American market.
The socialite reality-show star Tweets about her disgust and California Adventure hosts mobile restaurants through August.
Plus: Emeril's new show turns away ticket holders and the celebrity chef craze spreads to other countries.
An outbreak in Illinois.