Lobster Fraud and Free Burritos: The Week in Important Food News

It's been a lobstery kind of week.

We've combed this week's food news to bring you the headlines most vital to your life (especially if they involve our favorite crustaceans, and words like "free burrito"). Here goes, ICYMI:

• Red Lobster had a flawless week thanks to Beyoncé. [Eater]

• However, a report found that 35 percent of what's presented as lobster at restaurants is fraudulent. [The Feast]

• Aww: Qdoba will reward you kissing your boo with a free burrito on Valentine's Day. [The Daily Meal]

• Whole Foods is considering adding tattoo studios inside select locations. [Bloomberg

• Mars will remove artificial colors from M&Ms, Skittles and other products over the next five years. [Fortune]

• Burger King is adding chili dogs to its menu; the chain tapped Snoop Dogg to make an employee-training video. [Billboard]

• Star chef April Bloomfield is grinding her own meat for her new Salvation Burger in New York City. [NY Times]

• A diner and bar inspired by '90s teen sitcom Saved By The Bell is popping up in Chicago. [Chicagoist]

• Hooray, now you can grow your own insects at home! And...eat them. [Good



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