Kraft Hiding Veggies in the Mac 'N' Cheese; Albert Trummer Rejects Pyro Plea Deal
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese is one of the packaged food brands trying to hide veggies in the mix. [Washington Post]
Americans, who once thought of Italian food as the cuisine of "garlic eaters," are now more aware of the different regional nuances of Italian fare. [Washington Post]
Walmart has donated two huge refrigerated trucks to the Summer Meals program, which has suffered significant cuts this year. [Gothamist]
Albert Trummer, who was arrested twice last year for performing pyrotechnic tricks at his bar, Apotheke, has rejected a plea deal and plans to fight the charges. [Diner's Journal]
Reactions to the Federal Trade Commission's release of proposed "voluntary" principles for marketing food to kids. [Wall Street Journal]
The United Egg Producers and the Humane Society have inked a deal that will affect how egg-laying hens are housed, but also probably send egg prices up. [Nation's Restaurant News]
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