Jamba Juice to Expand Coffee and Breakfast; Pizza Hut to Slash Prices
In an effort to turnaround lagging sales, Jamba Juice says it's considering expanding its new hot coffee service, as well as breakfast, and may add drive-through locations. [Nation's Restaurant News]
Mets slugger Carlos Beltran has had so many meals at Sofrito that he is now a partner in the restaurant and plans to add a few of his mother's favorite recipes to the menu. [NY Post]
The Department of Consumer Affairs has discovered that supermarkets in the city are not complying with city rules and that many regularly overcharge customers. [NY Post]
An egg recall has been broadened to 380 million nationwide following an outbreak of salmonella that has sickened hundreds of people across the country. [NY Times]
Forget speed-dating. Food Network chef Danny Boome has introduced Speed Plating, where singles enjoy a four-course meal with 20 minutes per course and per date. [Time]
Pizza Hut is launching a price-slashing campaign. Most medium pizzas will cost $8, most large pizzas $10, and the new Big Italy pie with its 18 slices is $12. [NY Times]
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