Americans Eating More 'Second Breakfasts' and More News

In today's Media Mix, where Wall Street goes for rehab, plus the Oreo turns 100
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Americans Snacking More in the Morning: The NPD Group found that the number of times people snack in the mornings is going to jump 23 percent between 2008 and 2018. "It's just a bunch of snacks and then dinner," one respondent says. [USA Today]

Oreo Turns 100: To celebrate the classic cookie's 100th birthday on March 6, the company is releasing a limited-edition Birthday Cake Oreo, a regular Oreo with rainbow-sprinkled frosting. [NY Times]

Sneek Peak of Lucky Peach: David Chang's food magazine tweeted a preview of some illustrations, notably of Mark Bittman chewing on a human hand. [Twitter/Lucky Peach]

Hamptons Rehab: A $5 million rehab center in Long Island not only has yoga and massages, but also a kitchen with lobster and other local seafood, in addition to a large selection of meats. Eggs are delivered from a chicken farm nearby, and vegetables are locally harvested. No champagne, though; it is a rehab center after all (sounded like vacation in the beginning, right?). [BusinessWeek]

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