Cooking Oil Thefts: The Homer And Bart Connection

My colleague Michael Laris has a terrific story about “rancid” cooking oil stolen from the Red Rooster restaurant in Damascus. The stuff is apparently fetching $3 a gallon, according to Michael’s reporting, “to fuel biodiesel fleets and as a key ingredient for feeding poultry in Delmarva and pigs in China.” Read full article >>

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