Beef over competing pork roll fests in New Jersey

A beef between organizers of two competing pork roll festivals in New Jersey's capital city has turned into a food fight.

The organizers over two different pork roll festivals are feuding over who holds the rights.

The organizers over two different pork roll festivals are feuding over who holds the rights. (5/8/15)

TRENTON - (AP) - A beef between organizers of two competing pork roll festivals in New Jersey's capital city has turned into a food fight.

"Trenton Pork Roll Festival 2015" organizer TC Nelson received a cease-and-desist letter from a lawyer for "Official 2nd Annual Pork Roll Festival" organizer Scott Miller.

The men ran the city's first festival last year, which celebrated the pork-based processed meat that was developed in the city and is also known as Taylor Ham. But a disagreement grew over money and organization.

Nelson says it is ridiculous that Miller wants him to license the idea of having a festival.

Miller's lawyer says in an email that Miller's organization remains open to discussing options.

The festivals are scheduled for May 23, along with The Trenton Vegan Pork Roll festival.

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