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Tootsie Roll Tribute: CEO Melvin Gordon Dies

By Carla K. Johnson | Jan 22
Melvin Gordon, who helped turn the enduring popularity of the humble Tootsie Roll into a candy empire, has died. He was 95.

Colo. Bakery Investigated After Refusing to Make Anti-Gay Cake

By Jason St. Amand | Jan 22
The owner of a bakery in Denver, Colo., has been notified by the Colorado officials that a religious discrimination complaint has been filed against her store after she refused to write an gay slur on a cake shaped like the Bible for a customer.

Gordon Ramsay Loses Battle Over $1M Rent on London Pub

By Jill Lawless | Jan 21
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is facing a real-life kitchen nightmare after a British judge on Tuesday ruled him personally liable for the 640,000-pound ($1 million) annual rent on a London gastropub.

NY Servers Seek Raise

By Deepti Hajela, David Klepper | Jan 19
New York is considering raising the sub-minimum wage to $7 an hour to decrease the reliance on tips. But restaurant owners are fighting the proposal, which they say would lead to higher menu prices and hurt the very employees it's designed to help.

Chipotle Pulls the Pork

By Candice Choi | Jan 17
Chipotle says it stopped serving pork at hundreds of its restaurants after suspending a supplier that violated its standards.

Restaurants Out to Prove Phoenix Isn't a Foodie Desert

By Terry Tang | Jan 16
Feeding Super Bowl visitors a year after New York's restaurant scene did it is a hard act for any city to follow. But for downtown Phoenix, the NFL's big game is a chance to simply score some points as a major culinary player.

Healthy Low Carb, Low Fat Recipes for the New Year

By EDGE | Jan 14
While you can't wave a magic wand and make your New Year's Resolutions come true, there are resources available to fulfill your promise to transform your health, energy and body.

Winter Lobsters Could Bolster Maine's Fishing Industry

By Patrick Whittle | Jan 12
Fresh-caught Maine lobster might be a little more affordable this winter because the continued shutdown of the state's shrimp season is keeping some lobstermen at sea deeper into the winter than usual.

San Diego Restaurant Week: Celebrating Eleven Years

By Jay Jones | Jan 11
There is no better way to kick-start the New Year, than by eating your way through "our fair city" from Sunday, January 18 to Saturday, January 24, during San Diego Restaurant Week.

5 Government Tips for Healthy Eating

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Jan 9
For years, the government has told Americans to eat their vegetables. A rewrite of the government's dietary guidelines could include some new advice, too, on sugar, salt, meat and caffeine.

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