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228K Pounds of Spam
Recalled After Oral Injuries
May 28, 2018 1:15 AM CDT
228K Pounds of Spam Recalled After Oral Injuries
At least 4 consumers found metal objects in food
- The US Department of Agriculture is recalling more than 228,000 pounds of Spam and another product made by Minnesota-based Hormel after four consumers complained about metal objects in the food. The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service says the canned chicken and pork in question was produced in...
Only in Hawaii: Stores Forced
to Increase Spam Security
Oct 19, 2017 3:37 PM CDT
Only in Hawaii: Stores Forced to Increase Spam Security
Thieves are making off with cases of the canned meat
- It's no secret that Hawaii can't get enough Spam—the
reports Hawaii residents eat five million tons of the canned meat every year—but this is ridiculous. After a series of brazen Spam heists, the Honolulu Civil Beat found Spam at a Walmart in Kalihi under...
Happy 80th Birthday
to (the Original) Spam
Jul 6, 2017 3:47 AM CDT
Happy 80th Birthday to (the Original) Spam
Still going strong, the mottled meat debuted in 1937
- American soldiers gobbled up more than 100 million pounds of it during WWII, and a tableful of Monty Python Vikings sang its praises. Although its origins are humble and its nutritional content dubious, Spam is going strong on its 80th birthday. More than 8 billion cans of the pink loaf...
Get Over It, Foodies:
Spam Is Delicious
May 20, 2013 11:44 AM CDT
Get Over It, Foodies: Spam Is Delicious
Anna Weaver on why we should all embrace the canned meat
- It's time for foodies to stop turning their noses up at Spam, declares Anna Weaver in Slate . She offers up myriad reasons the canned meat deserves a spot at even the fanciest tables:
It tastes good
In particular, it's more appetizing than that classic American favorite, the hot
Life on a Stranded Cruise Ship
Nov 10, 2010 10:06 AM CST
Life on a Stranded Cruise Ship
Spam, Pop-Tarts, and blackjack are standard fare
- While tugboats pull a stranded cruise ship to San Diego, its 4,500 passengers are safe, the
Wall Street Journal
reports—but their experience has been a bit less posh than expected. Here's what their cruise home consists of:
They may not get to eat lobster tails, but there’s
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