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October 9, 1991 | By Ken Dilanian and Mac Daniel, Special to The Inquirer
Hatfield Township police are investigating a second incident of possible product tampering after discovering small holes in 20 bottles of Everfresh grapefruit juice at a local deli. The discovery was made yesterday when a township man said he became ill after drinking a bottle of Everfresh grapefruit juice at the Trolley Stop Deli, 76 E. Broad St. Officials from the Food and Drug Administration were scheduled to pick up the bottles today for testing, according to Hatfield Township Police Chief H. Wallace Welliver.
FOOD
July 15, 1992 | by Bonnie Tandy Leblang and Carolyn Wyman, Special to the Daily News
HORMEL SPAM LITE. $1.39 to $1.89 per 12-ounce can. BONNIE: Light Spam - that's an oxymoron if I ever heard one. Hormel did reduce the amount of sodium and fat in Spam by 25 percent, but that still leaves a whopping 560 milligrams of sodium and 12 grams of fat per 2-ounce serving. That's about as much sodium as in a 12-inch Domino's Sausage and Mushroom Pizza and as much fat as in a 10 1/2-ounce serving of Stouffer's (red box) lasagna. Spam also contains nitrite, a preservative that should not be consumed often.
NEWS
October 12, 1991 | By Laurie Halse Anderson, Special to The Inquirer
The bottles of Everfresh grapefuit juice that were found with punctured lids in Hatfield Borough on Tuesday did not contain any foreign substances, a spokeswoman for the federal Food and Drug Administration said yesterday. "All of the results of the analyses are in, and we did not find anything other than naturally occurring mold," said Theresa Young-Holmes of the FDA in Philadelphia. She said the mold was most likely a result of air that entered the bottles through the holes.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 20, 2013
Company description: "Off-Season Training Menu . . . featuring under-650-calorie selections and under-140-calorie cocktails and wine featuring Skinnygirl® Cocktails. " Chain: Champps Americana Restaurant. Location: 2100 S. Columbus Blvd. Other locations in King of Prussia, Collegeville and Marlton. Nutrition: Salsa Verde Chicken Tacos: 643 calories, 29 grams fat, 11 grams saturated fat, 1530 mg sodium, 57 grams protein. Mahi Mahi with Penne Pasta Spinach Salad: 505 calories, 23 grams fat, 7 grams saturated fat, 2895 mg sodium, 46 grams protein.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 3, 2002 | Anchorage Daily News
An episode of "Sex and the City" just may have saved the day for a struggling segment of American agriculture. The Florida Department of Citrus jumped all over a chance to promote its faltering grapefruit market when the high-maintenance women of the popular HBO show were seen sipping grapefruit martinis. "After that episode ran, we all screamed, 'Did you see that?' They had been drinking cosmos on the show for so long," Michelle Chandler told an Associated Press reporter.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 22, 2012
Grapefruit's surprising effects prescription drugs Grapefruit can affect the response of 85 drugs, including cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, new anti-cancer agents, and some synthetic opiates and psychiatric drugs, as well as some birth control pills and estrogen treatments. (The list is at http://tinyurl.com/cu9yk3z ) For 43 of the 85 drugs, consumption with grapefruit can be life-threatening, said Canadian researcher David Bailey who compiled the list. Many are linked to an increase in heart rhythm, known as torsade de pointes, that can lead to death.
FOOD
December 28, 1994 | by Marialisa Calta, Special to the Daily News
Without any shame - but without any pride, either - I will say that I like to drink. A good wine with dinner, a beer on occasion; I like the way these spirits taste and the way they enhance the flavor of food. But anyone who entertains these days knows that many guests are avoiding alcohol, and knows it is wise to provide a wide array of nonalcoholic drinks. To this end, the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention in Washington, D.C., asked Washington-area bartenders to create an array of festive alcohol-free beverages.
NEWS
November 14, 1997 | by Harriet Lessy, Daily News Staff Writer
Anne Marie Fahey left the last dinner she ever had carrying a doggie bag. She and her date, Thomas Capano - now charged with her murder - ordered swordfish that night, but according to workers at Ristorante Panorama at Front and Market streets in Old City Philadelphia, neither ate much. They were seated at a table near the kitchen - she facing the kitchen, he the door. Fahey, 30, wearing a Laura Ashley dress, ordered a seabreeze - vodka and cranberry and grapefruit juice - before dinner.
FOOD
May 16, 1993 | By Leslie Land, FOR THE INQUIRER
As far as purists are concerned, pesto is an Italian sauce made from basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil and Parmesan cheese. Period. But the term is such convenient shorthand for thick, all-purpose, puree- based sauces that alternate "pestos" are showing up all over the place. Parsley, spinach and cilantro routinely take the place of basil. Walnuts, almonds, even sunflower seeds stand in for pine nuts. Low-fat versions reduce the oil. And at some point even free-wheelers must concede it ain't pesto no more.
FOOD
July 10, 1988 | The Inquirer staff
Americans seem to be losing their taste for orange juice. And the demand for fresh grapefruit has soured at a time when the Florida groves are laden with a bumper crop. That has the billion-dollar Florida citrus industry worried - enough to fight back with a proposed $72 million promotional campaign. For the first time since such statistics have been kept, retail sales of orange juice - Florida's premier citrus product - have declined in two consecutive years. So has the demand for grapefruit juice, although that's less serious, because much less of that crop goes into juice.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 20, 2013
Company description: "Off-Season Training Menu . . . featuring under-650-calorie selections and under-140-calorie cocktails and wine featuring Skinnygirl® Cocktails. " Chain: Champps Americana Restaurant. Location: 2100 S. Columbus Blvd. Other locations in King of Prussia, Collegeville and Marlton. Nutrition: Salsa Verde Chicken Tacos: 643 calories, 29 grams fat, 11 grams saturated fat, 1530 mg sodium, 57 grams protein. Mahi Mahi with Penne Pasta Spinach Salad: 505 calories, 23 grams fat, 7 grams saturated fat, 2895 mg sodium, 46 grams protein.
NEWS
December 24, 2012
Grapefruit's surprising effects Grapefruit can affect the response of 85 drugs, including cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, new anti-cancer agents, and some synthetic opiates and psychiatric drugs, as well as some birth control pills and estrogen treatments. (The list is at http://tinyurl.com/cu9yk3z .) For 43 of the 85 drugs, consumption with grapefruit can be life-threatening, said Canadian researcher David Bailey, who compiled the list. Many are linked to an increase in heart rhythm, known as torsade de pointes, that can lead to death.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 22, 2012
Grapefruit's surprising effects prescription drugs Grapefruit can affect the response of 85 drugs, including cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, new anti-cancer agents, and some synthetic opiates and psychiatric drugs, as well as some birth control pills and estrogen treatments. (The list is at http://tinyurl.com/cu9yk3z ) For 43 of the 85 drugs, consumption with grapefruit can be life-threatening, said Canadian researcher David Bailey who compiled the list. Many are linked to an increase in heart rhythm, known as torsade de pointes, that can lead to death.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 3, 2002 | Anchorage Daily News
An episode of "Sex and the City" just may have saved the day for a struggling segment of American agriculture. The Florida Department of Citrus jumped all over a chance to promote its faltering grapefruit market when the high-maintenance women of the popular HBO show were seen sipping grapefruit martinis. "After that episode ran, we all screamed, 'Did you see that?' They had been drinking cosmos on the show for so long," Michelle Chandler told an Associated Press reporter.
NEWS
March 25, 2001 | By Zlati Meyer INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Before there was the Oxford Valley Mall, before there was eBay, there was the Quakertown Farmer's Market. Said to be one of the oldest in the country, the 69-year-old Upper Bucks farmer's market and indoor/outdoor flea market hosts millions of bargain hunters every year and boasts more than 120 "departments," which sell everything from antique toy cars to homemade beef jerky, children's tie-dyed clothing to computer software, prescription eyeglasses...
NEWS
December 24, 1997 | by Rose DeWolf, Daily News Staff Writer
The American Cancer Society has a 1998 New Year's resolution suggestion for you - drink more orange juice. Specifically, Florida orange juice. That information was contained in a packet of press releases mailed by the Florida Department of Citrus, a state agency charged with helping Florida's $8-billion-a-year citrus industry. Not mentioned is that Florida is paying the American Cancer Society some $1 million a year for the exclusive use of its name in orange juice promotions.
NEWS
November 14, 1997 | by Harriet Lessy, Daily News Staff Writer
Anne Marie Fahey left the last dinner she ever had carrying a doggie bag. She and her date, Thomas Capano - now charged with her murder - ordered swordfish that night, but according to workers at Ristorante Panorama at Front and Market streets in Old City Philadelphia, neither ate much. They were seated at a table near the kitchen - she facing the kitchen, he the door. Fahey, 30, wearing a Laura Ashley dress, ordered a seabreeze - vodka and cranberry and grapefruit juice - before dinner.
FOOD
December 28, 1994 | by Marialisa Calta, Special to the Daily News
Without any shame - but without any pride, either - I will say that I like to drink. A good wine with dinner, a beer on occasion; I like the way these spirits taste and the way they enhance the flavor of food. But anyone who entertains these days knows that many guests are avoiding alcohol, and knows it is wise to provide a wide array of nonalcoholic drinks. To this end, the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention in Washington, D.C., asked Washington-area bartenders to create an array of festive alcohol-free beverages.
FOOD
May 16, 1993 | By Leslie Land, FOR THE INQUIRER
As far as purists are concerned, pesto is an Italian sauce made from basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil and Parmesan cheese. Period. But the term is such convenient shorthand for thick, all-purpose, puree- based sauces that alternate "pestos" are showing up all over the place. Parsley, spinach and cilantro routinely take the place of basil. Walnuts, almonds, even sunflower seeds stand in for pine nuts. Low-fat versions reduce the oil. And at some point even free-wheelers must concede it ain't pesto no more.
FOOD
July 15, 1992 | by Bonnie Tandy Leblang and Carolyn Wyman, Special to the Daily News
HORMEL SPAM LITE. $1.39 to $1.89 per 12-ounce can. BONNIE: Light Spam - that's an oxymoron if I ever heard one. Hormel did reduce the amount of sodium and fat in Spam by 25 percent, but that still leaves a whopping 560 milligrams of sodium and 12 grams of fat per 2-ounce serving. That's about as much sodium as in a 12-inch Domino's Sausage and Mushroom Pizza and as much fat as in a 10 1/2-ounce serving of Stouffer's (red box) lasagna. Spam also contains nitrite, a preservative that should not be consumed often.
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