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Campbell’s Launching Line of Soups for Keurig Coffee Machines
A whole new realm of office pranks has just opened up.
Florida Man Steals Truck With $75,000 Worth of Campbell’s Soup
Not as successful as the Nutella thieves.
Hershey and CDC Discover the Benefits of Chocolate; Wendy’s Unseats Burger
Plus: Andrew Zimmern wants us all to eat more donkey; and Campbell’s Soup teaches kids how to make kale pizza, all in our morning news roundup.
Santa Barbara Soup Cans Connect A Few Disparate Dots
The city’s annual chalk-drawing festival tells us exactly what Julia Child shares in common with P. Diddy.
Food Safety Bill Vote Today; Four Loko Steps Aside For Boozy Whipped Cream
The latest potential trend in teenage drinking emerges, while food safety is discussed in the government.
Drexel Offers One of the Country’s Only Classes Devoted to Korean Food;
Plus Campbell Soup heiress Mary Alice Dorrance Malone is one of America’s wealthiest, and Democrats worry that school lunch funding will take away from food stamps, all in our morning news roundup.
Caterer Charged In Extortion of Campbell Soup Heiress; SEPTA Bus Crashes Through
Plus McDonald’s smoothies anger Jamba Juice, and ethnic barbecue is on the rise at chain restaurants, all in our morning news roundup.
Tastykake Production Ends at Allegheny West Bakery; Campbell’s Sells Pasta
Plus Top Chef ratings are up, and Whole Foods begins requiring self-declared “organic” on beauty products, all in our morning news roundup.
The SpaghettiOs Incident
More spaghetti and meatballs mayhem.
Medal of Honor Recipients Flock to Port Richmond Bar; Atlantic City High School
Plus Campbell’s Soup recalls Spaghetti-Os, and Padma Lakshmi dates David Spade, all in our morning news roundup.
Yelp Lawsuit Grows; Food Truck Operation Offers Challenges
Nine more businesses join a legal battle against a restaurant review site and mobile caterers complain about their jobs.
Paula Deen Mulls
Role; Fatburger Coming to Beijing
A television cook could be a television judge and California’s number-two burger chain goes East.
Paula Deen Looks to
; Napa Sells Direct
Plus: Burger King rolls out Seattle’s Best, and a faux pas from an Italian chef, all in our morning news roundup.
Industry Events on the Rise; Dunkin’ Donuts Customers Are Loyal
Plus: raising chickens in Brookline, and tiny Almond Joys, all in our morning news roundup.
Uh-Oh: SpaghettiO’s Inventor Dies
We tip our can lids in his honor
Riverside’s Tap Water Named Second Worst; A
Riverside has a reason to worry at the tap and Teresa Giudice has a new project.
The Rise of the West Seventies; NYC Nightclubs Step Inside the Box
Plus: Food ads on the attack, and applying sustainable food practices to your life, in our daily news roundup.
Swanson Accused of Using Local Chef to Fight the Culture War
A conservative watchdog group wants the broth maker to stop pushing the gay agenda via ads depicting Lea Forant.
Underground Diners Go Whole Hog; Campbell’s Fires NFL Moms
What to eat at the DNC’s CNN Grill, a teen caterer serves in the Hamptons, and more, in our daily news roundup.