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Subway Is Sorry for Salmonella; Italy Launches a ‘Save Nutella’ Campaign

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Subway has issued an apology for the salmonella poisoning suffered by customers in Illinois. The company has replaced all lettuce, green peppers, red onion, and tomatoes from the state’s locations.
[Nation’s Restaurant News]

A campaign to save Nutella has sprung up in Italy in the face of proposed European Parliament legislation requiring stricter labeling on processed foods.
[AP]

Meanwhile, a batch of about 70,000 mozzarella balls is being investigated for turning blue upon opening. The cheese was made in Germany for an Italian company.
[BBC]

The government has proposed new regulations that would increase competition and rein in unfair practices by large meatpackers and poultry processors.
[NY Times]

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