Surprisingly good for a soup kitchen

Feb 15, 2010
Most soup kitchens invoke thoughts of vats of somewhat unappealing slop. But the high quality of food at Miriam's Kitchen in Washington, D.C. has attracted widespread attention. Alexis Kenyon reports.
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Hooters seeks buyer in hard times

Feb 11, 2010
With the casual restaurant industry experiencing big drops in sales, the Hooters chain is looking for a buyer. Jeremy Hobson reports -- without using a single Hooters-themed pun.
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The problem with marketing health food

Feb 9, 2010
First Lady Michelle Obama will lead a new campaign to fight childhood obesity. Nutrition advocates say part of this fight is making healthy food more appealing. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Food, Health

Heinz squeezes out new ketchup packet

Feb 4, 2010
Heinz is replacing the little foil squeeze packets you find at fast-food restaurants with a new packet they call "Dip & Squeeze." Mitchell Hartman reports.
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Study: 1 in 8 Americans use food banks

Feb 2, 2010
A new study by Feeding America says 37 million people receive emergency food assistance from soup kitchens each year. Jeff Tyler reports.
Posted In: Charity, Food

Taco Bell: A gateway to acceptance

Jan 22, 2010
Many foodies may not think too highly of Taco Bell. But commentator Gustavo Arellano says with the recent death of the fast-food chain's creator, it's time to praise the fruits of his creation.
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GSK to fund film on emotional eating

Jan 22, 2010
Pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline plans to fund a documentary about the hazards of mindless eating. Gregory Warner reports.
Posted In: Entertainment, Food, Health

Concerns over soda lead to shrinking

Jan 21, 2010
Coca Cola has been testing a smaller, 7.5-ounce can in New York and Washington D.C. amid worries about the unhealthy effects of soda. Sally Herships reports.
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Brits bitter over Cadbury takeover

Jan 20, 2010
For the British, Cadbury is almost as strong a part of the culture as Shakespeare, so a takeover by an American company hits hard. Christopher Werth gauges reactions from the general British public.
Posted In: Food, Mergers and Acquisitions

Cadbury descendant opposes Kraft deal

Jan 19, 2010
George Cadbury's great-granddaughter, Felicity Loudon, is vehemently opposed to Kraft's takeover of the iconic British chocolatier. Bill Radke talks to Loudon about her next move in the face of Cadbury's shareholders.
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