Source: Asia One
McDonald's Co. (Japan) said Tuesday the company on Monday stopped selling Chicken McNuggets made by a Chinese food company that is reported to have used chicken meat past expiration dates.McDonald's said in a statement released on Tuesday that it had been importing about 20 per cent of the Chicken McNuggets it sold in Japan from Shanghai Husi Food Co.The hamburger chain said the chicken nuggets it currently sells are made by other suppliers. In the statement, the company apologised t ...
Full article at: Asia One
5 days ago, 10:26pm CDT
"Paris Hilton." The words bring to mind certain images: french fries, hamburgers, chicken nuggets, Whoppers, Big Macs, chicken sandwiches, remember chicken fries?, coffee in thick styrofoam. But not anymore. The known person has given up fast food, and you won't believe how she can feel the difference. ...
Full article at: Defamer
Jul 10 2014, 10:47am CDT
Source: South Philly Review
Tomorrow, Americans will celebrate the Fourth of July with parades, barbecues and fireworks. For those hosting a party or invited to one, hot dogs, hamburger, chicken, fish and grilled vegetables will take center stage along with classic sides dishes and a red, white and blue flag cake.
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Jul 3 2014, 2:27pm CDT
Besides the ability to make great puns about hamburgers, Bob Belcher doesn’t have much going for him. His rent is ...
Full article at: popwatch
Jul 3 2014, 2:01pm CDT
Source: Baltimore Sun
New regulations ban sugary drinks, restrict sales of some foodsHoward Countians celebrating the Fourth of July at Columbia's Lakefront this year can complement classic Independence Day fare such as hot dogs and hamburgers with a low-calorie side of reduced-fat chips or a pack of vege ...
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Jul 2 2014, 9:37am CDT
Source: Scientific American
The remote possibility that I might develop mad cow disease as a result has never stopped me from diving into a nice juicy hamburger (preferably with a generous helping of ketchup and relish).
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Jul 1 2014, 1:06pm CDT