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Paula Deen's New Cooking Network, Peach Recall and More

By Patty Lee  |  July 22, 2014

Not So Peachy: California's Wawona Packing Co. has issued a nationwide recall of peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were potentially exposed to listeria. The fruits were sold at Costco, Sam's Club and Trader Joe's stores. [CBS]

Going Bad: A recent investigation found that Sysco — one of the country's largest food distributors — has not been storing and delivering perishable goods properly. [First We Feast]

Chef Comeback: Paula Deen fans can start pre-registering for the former Food Network star's soon-to-launch cooking network. [People]

Thinking Small: Chipotle may be expanding, but its new stores will get smaller as the burrito chain plans to open more takeout-focused joints with little or no seating. [Business Insider]

High Tea: AriZona — makers of the $1 bodega drinks — has rolled out a line of oak-aged iced teas. [Grub Street]