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  • Sriracha shortage? Food safety procedures delay shipments

    Sriracha shortage? Food safety procedures delay shipments
    If you require Sriracha sauce — and lots of it — with every meal you might consider picking up a few extra bottles right now. The three hot sauces made by Huy Fong Foods will need to stay in the factory 30 days before being shipped to ensure...
  • New Chipotle game app, film aim to save world one burrito at a time

    New Chipotle game app, film aim to save world one burrito at a time
    Chipotle Mexican Grill may be known for its giant foil-wrapped burritos, but the fast casual chain is venturing into the game app world. The company launched a new game app called "The Scarecrow" and an accompanying film Thursday.  The game follows a...
  • Heart Attack Grill wants you to know its food will kill you

    Heart Attack Grill wants you to know its food will kill you
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  • Potbelly IPO: Shares up as much as 141% in $105-million debut

    Potbelly IPO: Shares up as much as 141% in $105-million debut
    Investors keep gobbling up food IPOs, with Potbelly Corp. surging as much as 141% in its market debut Friday, even after pricing above expectations. In its $105-million initial public offering, the Chicago sandwich chain and its shareholders sold 7.5...
  • For food on the go, bars are eating up the competition

     For food on the go, bars are eating up the competition
    Sell your oven. Empty your cupboards. There's no need for a mixer or food processor. Keep the fridge for drinks, and maybe the blender. Eating has never been easier. The trick? Bars, bars and more bars. Vegan, chocolate, gluten-free, low-glycemic,...
  • USDA issues public health alert for some California chicken

    USDA issues public health alert for some California chicken
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued a public health alert Monday afternoon, saying it had linked some raw chicken products produced in California to a salmonella outbreak. The agency’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said it had...
  • What date labels on food can, and can't, tell you

    What date labels on food can, and can't, tell you
    Ted Labuza ate sour cream two weeks past its due date. And lived to tell the tale. Dana Gunders went to the market and found fat-free milk in quarts that had no date label; the half-gallons had a "sell-by" date. A container from a different brand had...
  • Star athletes like LeBron, Serena cash in on junk food endorsements

    Star athletes like LeBron, Serena cash in on junk food endorsements
    Superstar athletes Peyton Manning, LeBron James and Serena Williams led their colleagues with endorsements of food and beverages that are calorie-dense and unhealthful – sending mixed messages about diet and health, researchers said. Of 512 brands...
  • USDA may close 3 California poultry plants in salmonella outbreak

    USDA may close 3 California poultry plants in salmonella outbreak
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture is threatening to close three California poultry plants operated by Foster Farms blamed for an outbreak of salmonella poisoning that has sickened at least 278 people nationwide. In a letter sent Monday to Foster Farms,...
  • USDA threatens to shut down Foster Farms plants

    USDA threatens to shut down Foster Farms plants
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has threatened Foster Farms with shutting down the three plants involved in the recent salmonella outbreak, according to a NBC News report Wednesday. And Consumer Reports magazine said that it had tested samples of...
  • Poultry plants linked to outbreak won't be closed

    Poultry plants linked to outbreak won't be closed
    For years, Foster Farms wanted consumers to know its poultry was farm fresh, all natural and, most important, safe to eat. But the ongoing salmonella outbreak linked to three of its central California processing plants is threatening to tarnish the...