Or, maybe, palm oil.
Though many have been sickened in PA, NJ is pushing to make raw milk legal.
New laws are taking effect that would allow almost anybody to slice and serve the poisonous delicacy.
Eating bad food is only one piece of the puzzle.
Do we need to start calling them "unhappy meals?"
Seriously, it's, like, really bad for you.
The burger chain ran an ad in eight papers today to brag that it never served you the scary meat filler.
Plus: The Quaker Oats dude is getting a makeover; and the U.S. nixes plans to send food to North Korea, all in our morning news roundup.
Jobs will be lost, and beef prices will (possibly) go up.
Plus: Alicia Silverstone chews her baby's food; and children may be harvesting our food here in the U.S., all in our morning news roundup.
A writer shares her personal horror story after swallowing placenta pills.
Plus: The company that makes those red plastic cups found at most keggers is worth a mint; and Mexican chefs are mixing up their repertoire, all in our morning news roundup.
Earlier reports suggested the staffer had been shot, then beaten, to death, causing much undue alarm.
The Naked Chef reminds you that he opposed the meat filler long before you did.
The nation's second largest grocery store chain is putting the kibosh on the frightening meat additive.
Plus: Strong smells cause people to take smaller bites; and just like everyone else, cats are crazy about Greek yogurt, all in our morning news roundup.
The burger chain known for its ginger mascot is now the number-two fast food chain.
Plus: Andrew Zimmern wants us all to eat more donkey; and Campbell's Soup teaches kids how to make kale pizza, all in our morning news roundup.