3 Food Headlines to Ruin Your Day

Ceci n'est pas un "Grouper"
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Something Fishy: Sysco has been selling "grouper" to Florida restaurants. Only problem? It isn't.

Eat Your Spinach. People are starving in Africa.

Eight million Ethiopians need urgent food relief.

Hey, asshole, I ordered the Fiesta Platter!

Woman aims at her niece's boyfriend in fight over fast food, shoots her niece instead.

And here's an old one, but it's hilarious. "Joanna," a MickyD's employee, posts a Customer Don't list that's sure to make you rethink your next trip to the drive through.

--Gail Shepherd

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