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Childhood Obesity Linked to Fast-Food Ads: Those who recognized popular fast-food brands from ads were twice as likely to be obese, says new research. [Huffington Post]
P.F. Chang's Goes Private: The restaurant was sold to a private company, after reporting that its first quarter numbers fell 40 percent. [Wall Street Journal]
Hundreds Sickened at Children's Party: A Children's Day party in Mexico turned ill when 317 party-goers contracted food poisoning; nearly 50 people remain hospitalized. [Washington Post]
U.S. Farms Supply China's Food: To meet the overwhelming need for food in China, farms across rural America have begun supersized livestock exports. [Chicago Tribune]
Patricia Wells Makes Paris Food App: Written and tested by the famed food critic, "The Food Lover's Guide to Paris" is a preview of the book by the same name, due in 2014. [New York Times]
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