Bringing Borscht Back; Queen Mary 2 Fails Health Inspection
After a few years of folly -- i.e., focusing on healthy snacks -- it appears that PepsiCo is turning its attention back to Pepsi. [Wall Street Journal]
Cold borscht certainly isn't as hip as it used to be back in the 1950s, but Marc Gold, CEO of Gold Pure Food Products Co., hopes to bring the beet soup back. [Wall Street Journal]
Meredith Corp. has bought the healthy-eating magazine EatingWell and launched Recipe.com -- less than two weeks after it shut down ReadyMade and fired 75 people. [Crain's]
Restaurants aren't the only ones at the health inspector's mercy. The Queen Mary 2 has apparently been docked with a load of violations, including filth and cockroaches. [Daily Mail]
Some 16,000 cantaloupes delivered to New York have been recalled due to a potential salmonella contamination. [Packer]
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