Betty White Lives on 'Crap'; Chervil Making a Comeback
Wal-Mart is rolling out a five-year plan to make thousands of its packaged foods lower in sodium, fat, and sugar, and to slash prices on produce. [NY Times]
Ever wonder how 89-year-old Betty White is still kicking? Her co-stars say she lives on fried foods and candy. [Digital Spy]
The Chinese love their fried chicken: KFC's parent company, Yum! Brands, generates more revenue from sales in China than it does in America. [CNN]
Chervil, that rare (in America) French fine herbe, is making a comeback on plates here in the U.S. as chefs are using it in dishes and as a garnish. [Nation's Restaurant News]
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