30,000 Pounds of Beef Recalled for Salmonella and More News
In today's Media Mix, Boston mayor blocks Chick-fil-A, plus a crab has the image of Jesus Christ
Today on The Daily Meal
• Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino is not interested in Chick-fil-A or their Southern-fried chicken; the mayor is doing all he can to prevent the fast food chain from moving to his city because of their anti-gay attitude. [Boston Herald]
• The Grace Hill Winery in Wichita, Kan., is expanding with a new 6,000-square-foot production building. [Kansas.com]
• An Austrian farmer is court ordered to remove cowbells from his livestock after area residents complain of not being able to sleep. [Spiegel Online]
• While crabbing in Everett, Wash., a man has a holy experience. John Canfield finds a crab with the resemblance of Jesus Christ on its stomach. [Huffington Post]
• The Food and Drug Administration warns seafood lovers not to eat raw and partially cooked shellfish from New York’s Oyster Bay Harbor because they have been linked to bacterial illnesses in several states. [MSNBC]
• Cargill Beef in Scarborough, Maine recalled 29,339 pounds of ground beef due to a possible salmonella contamination. According to the USDA, 33 people became sick after eating the beef in seven states. [Huffington Post]
• Dairy and gluten are the two foods causing the most food intolerance issues, but food additive allergies in general are increasing, according to The FoodIntol Survey 2012. [The Telegraph]
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