Contaminated Infant Formula, French Gastronomy, and Price Fixing:

Top food news for September 22-26

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Another alfalfa sprout recall, this time in the Pacific Northwest.

Oroweat 100% Whole Wheat Bread may contain undeclared nuts, for those of you with nut allergies.

Infant formula and milk from China continues to be banned due to melamine contamination.

Scharfen Berger chocolate founder Robert Steinberg passed away.

Federal prosecutors have opened separate criminal probes into possible price-fixing by major egg producers and California tomato processors.

Marion Nestle weighs in on high fructose corn syrup in the San Francisco Chronicle.

French chefs want the United Nations to declare French gastronomy a world treasure.

Due to rising costs, Hershey's will be replacing cocoa butter with vegetable oil in several of its candies.

Hurricane Ike's had an impact on the Galveston Bay oyster industry.

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