Japan Concerned Over Radioactive Food; Lean Cuisine Recalls Spaghetti & Meatballs
Following the massive earthquake in Japan that damaged a major nuclear plant, radioactivity may be seeping into the country's food and water resources, a cancer risk for children and unborn babies.
Florida has quietly adopted a McDonald's-backed measure to prevent cities from passing laws that ban toy giveaways by fast-food restaurants.
Some 10,000 pounds of Lean Cuisine frozen spaghetti and meatballs are being recalled after customer complaints of plastic found in the food surfaced.
The Dutch are also trying to get people to think of insects as food. The store Sligro recently offered bug samples to shoppers.
Patrons of Luke's Bar and Grill have raised $11,000 for the longtime food runner who lost both his legs in a subway accident.
A month after Mario Batali bought space for a restaurant nearby, Westport, Connecticut, is gearing up for its first Shake Shack outpost.
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