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Gulf Oil Spill
Tea Party Cronies Oppose Food Safety Bill; Oyster Farmers Struggle To Meet BP’s
“Who knew their gastronomic expertise ranged beyond hot beverages?”
Lock Up the Spice Rack: Nutmeg Is the New Four Loko; For the Ultimate Stoner
Plus Tea Party affiliates oppose the Food Safety Bill, and reusable grocery bags and drinking glasses contain lead, all in our morning news roundup.
Bimbo Buys Sara Lee; Calling Out The Twinkie Diet
The Mexican food giant buys a big baker from the U.S., while a Kansas nutrition professor claims the Hostess snack helped him lose 27 pounds.
Foodies With Benefits
Terence Feury Now Serves Only Local and Sustainable Seafood at Fork
Feury believes that local and sustainable seafood is the only way to protect fish and seafood populations.
Farmers Markets Going Mobile; Santa Monica Plans Bag Ban
Farmers markets hit four wheels while the seaside city will proceed on a ban even if the Senate does not.
Mississippi Oysters are Safe; Ultra-Luxury Tuna Comes from Japan to Philly
ustainably farmed Kindai bluefin tuna is now available in Philly.
Michael Bay Sued For Pistol-Whipping Outside of Beso; Gordon Ramsay Rides A
A Hollywood director and nightclub are sued after a private security scrape and the
chef acts like a Hell’s Angel.
Five Guys Surpasses In-N-Out in Zagat Survey; Gulf Oyster Beds Could Soon
California’s favorite burger takes a beating while there’s good news for bivalves in the Gulf.
Gulf Fisheries Start to Reopen; New Yojie Plans Expansion
The next step is convincing consumers the fish is safe. Meanwhile, a weak economy is opening the door to franchise ambitions.
Campbell’s Dishes Up New Products for Analysts; Details Still Murky on the Gulf
Plus White House chef Sam Kass gets a promotion, and the United Kingdom may abolish its Food Standards Agency, all in our morning news roundup.