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ConAgra Fined $11 Million for Its Peanut-Butter Salmonella Outbreak
It sickened hundreds in 47 states.
Possible Velveeta Shortage Grips Nation of Dip-Makers
It’s a Kraft-spiracy.
Hebrew National Wieners Are Probably-Maybe Kosher
They’re at least vaguely-religious.
Wiener Troubles: Lawsuit Alleges Hebrew National Hot Dogs Aren’t Actually
Who could have possibly imagined that the quality control at a giant meat-processing facility would be called into question?
Valpo To Honor Orville Redenbacher; Con-Agra Fumbles Ball
Orville Redenbacher, but not his corn, honored with statue.
Egg on Face
Fake ‘Homemade’ Lasagna Infuriates NYC Bloggers
Bloggers are angry, but was it really an unethical move?
SuperPretzels Maker Takes on ConAgra’s ‘Frozen Handheld’
Plus: Watching fat people on TV makes you fat; and winemakers fight to keep the word “Mommy” on their labels, all in our morning news roundup.
Jamie Oliver Tops The Charts; Home Bars Are Huge Again
The chef’s recipe book is the fastest selling non-fiction book is history, while drinkers set-up their own safe-havens back at home.
Subpoenas Issued in Connection to ‘Breakfastgate’; Xipwire Accepts
Plus: Jamie Oliver’s latest is the nonfiction bestseller, Domino’s Pizza on track to take over, and more, in our morning news roundup.
‘New York’ Restaurants for Hong Kong; Jamie Oliver’s Latest Is
Plus: home bars a big thing, Domino’s Pizza on track to expand, and more, in our morning news roundup.
The SpaghettiOs Incident
More spaghetti and meatballs mayhem.
Gordon Ramsay Relives Kitchen Nightmare in Lancaster; Zabumba-Owner’s Husband
A television pizza chef returns and a suspect in a restaurant owner’s death leaves Mexico against authorities’ advice.
Powder-Filled Balloon Didn’t Come from Food Network; Gulf Shrimpers Ignore
Plus: soda makers fight taxes, and Con-Agra reinvents the sweet potato, all in our morning news roundup.
Guns Exchanged for Groceries; Justice Sought for Zubumba Owner
Family is upset that Monica Beresford-Redmen’s killer has not been found, while over $200,000 in grocery credit is traded for old guns.
Sam Adams Stock Briefly Plummets; New Bedford and Gloucester Sue Over Fishing
Plus: Chinese delivery comes to Rozzy at last, and Pom runs a controversial campaign, all in our morning news roundup.
City Cracks Down on Patios; New Coke Machines Allow Soda Mixology
Plus: chain restaurants dominate Google, all in our morning news roundup.
Savory Pies Gain Following; Shop Healthy at Bodegas
Plus: Coke’s colossal new soda fountain and where we took Mom to eat yesterday, all in our morning news roundup.
An Ohio woman found what was apparently a dead rodent in her Chef Boyardee and shot video.