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China and South Korea Are Locked in a Kimchi-Related Standoff
Some pesky regulations are putting South Korea’s kimchi industry in a bind.
Nuts for Nuts
Korean Macadamia Sales Explode After Airline Exec’s ‘Nut Rage’
The country just can’t get enough, apparently.
A South Korean Restaurant Banned ‘Africans’ Over Nonexistent Ebola
The owner quickly reversed the policy.
Cabbages and Deficits
South Korea’s Kimchi Industry May Be Overfermenting
The country’s food exports have gotten less stinky.
Protesters Dog South Korea’s Meat Choice
David Chang Eats His Veggies
Further evidence that meat-centric chefs are going vegivore?
Krispy Kreme Rolls Out a New Business Strategy; Even in a Recession Business Is
Plus North Koreans are defecting to South Kore and China due to food shortages, and reusable bags from Wal-Mart and Target contain lead, all in our morning news roundup.
Isaac Toast Opens First U.S. Store in Westwood
A Korean chain expands to the U.S. in Westwood.
Food Supplies and Pet Food Needed for Fire Evacuees; Mel’s Drive-In Rewards Yelp
Red Cross and Salvation Army need your pet food for Station fire victims, and Mel’s Drive-In is giving discounts to its Yelp critics.
Ben & Jerry’s Celebrates; Most Meal Taxes Aren’t Rising
Plus: restaurants focus on families, and South Korea promotes rice, all in our morning news roundup.