Subway Sued Over Salmonella; Wingstop Invades Chicago

• A Bolingbrook woman is suing Subway after she claims a sandwich gave her salmonella poisoning. [Trib]

• Wingstop Restaurants Inc., a Dallas based chicken wing chain, is planning on opening 50 restaurants in the Chicago area. [Crain’s]

• Gastronomically inclined bachelor and bachelorette parties are moving away from strippers, and towards sit-down meals at high-end restaurants. [NYT]

• Red Lobster removed oysters from the menu after its supplier shut down due to the Gulf oil spill. [AP]

• A consumer group is threatening to sue McDonald’s unless they stop using Happy Meal toys to “tempt” kids into the restaurant. [Reuters]

• The Milton, Pennsylvania home of Ettore “Hector” Boiardi — better known as Chef Boyardee — is up for auction. [Luxist]

• JetBlue has joined the ranks of other airlines selling in-flight meals on longer flights. [AP]

• Just as different medications can interact with each other, certain foods and nutritional supplements can also have an effect on the way medicines are absorbed. [WSJ]

• British supermarket chain Waitrose is planning an American expansion with their line Duchy Originals from Waitrose, which was founded by Prince Charles. [Reuters]

• An Arizona restaurant serving lion meat burgers to promote the World Cup has drawn protests, including a bomb threat. [AP]

Subway Sued Over Salmonella; Wingstop Invades Chicago