It’s ‘Battle Bovine’ in Upper Darby; Chili’s Installs Tabletop Ordering Terminals

• A bovine battle erupted in Upper Darby this week following a rogue cow’s escape from a butcher, and an animal rights activist’s attempts to rescue it. [Daily News]

• Campbell’s Soup confirms its first female president and CEO. [Action News]

• Heidi Montag’s co-stars for that food show she’s doing? Real Housewife Danielle Staub and Bachelor Jake Pavelka. Wait, what happened to Ashley Dupré? [People]

• Spend a day with Alice Waters and you’ll learn about things like the “organic-chicken crisis” and feel bad that you’re not eating more farro spaghetti. [WSJ]

• Stabilizing food prices was a chief goal at the G-20 summit, where “agriculture ministers agreed to establish a transparent system to track global supplies and set up emergency food reserves.” ‘Bout time. [AP]

• Chili’s has installed tabletop ordering terminals at some of its restaurants, with a full rollout planned for later this summer. Expect more impulse ordering of Southwestern Eggrolls after a couple of those blue drinks. [NRN]

It’s ‘Battle Bovine’ in Upper Darby; Chili’s Installs