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July 10, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A salmonella outbreak at a Taco Bell that left more than 600 people ill probably resulted from improper food handling procedures by an employee, a company official said Friday. An internal company investigation ruled out the possibility that the problem was associated with the manufacturing, processing or distribution of Taco Bell foods, said Zane Leshner, senior operations officer for the Mexican-style fast-food restaurant. Taco Bell, a division of Pepsico Inc., is based in Irvine.
BUSINESS
July 10, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A salmonella outbreak at a Taco Bell that left more than 600 people ill probably resulted from improper food handling procedures by an employee, a company official said Friday. An internal company investigation ruled out the possibility that the problem was associated with the manufacturing, processing or distribution of Taco Bell foods, said Zane Leshner, senior operations officer for the Mexican-style fast-food restaurant. Taco Bell, a division of Pepsico Inc., is based in Irvine.
FOOD
December 18, 1986 | NATHAN CHROMAN, Chroman is a free-lance wine writer and author who also practices law in Beverly Hills
Looking back at 1986 and the many events that took place in the world of wines, this is an appropriate time to extend my annual holiday wishes to the wonderful world of the grape. To American wine lovers--A heightened interest in, and appreciation for, sound, simple, non-credentialed, inexpensive wine for daily consumption. To the world's vintners--A consecutive string of fine vintages for price reduction aid.
NATIONAL
March 17, 2008 | Louise Roug, Times Staff Sriter
From $2 dim sum to $150 foie-gras-and-truffle burgers, New York is a city that always eats -- and often out. But lately, the restaurant table has become a battleground. New city rules require chain restaurants to display calorie counts on menus. A restaurant lobbying group sued in federal court in January to prevent the city from enforcing the requirement, which is due to take effect at the end of this month.
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