Food

A Campaign to Supersize Creme Eggs Rages On; Introducing the Table-to-Farm Movement

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A three-year Facebook campaign, supported by e-mails, is aiming to get Cadbury to supersize its Creme Eggs.
[Wall Street Journal]

Ever wonder where Sandra Lee likes to go for Easter treats? Look no further than the Four Seasons, St. Regis at Astor Court, and Godiva. … Um, she lives here?
[NY Post]

Chefs are mixing sweet and savory for dishes like Parmigiano Reggiano parfait with prosciutto di Parma brittle at Salumeria Rosi, and beets, strawberries, and spices at Graffit.
[NY Post]

Look out, FreshDirect. Walmart is testing an online grocery delivery service, called Walmart to Go, in the San Jose area. And the prices are hella competitive.
[NY Times]

Introducing the table-to-farm movement: a small but growing number of companies that help restaurants deal with food waste through composting.
[USA Today]

Two carob products — Carob Brown Rice Crunch Squares and Carob Mint Miniatures — are being recalled because they don’t say they contain milk.
[Wall Street Journal]

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