Food-Label Readers Stay Thinner and More News

In today's Media Mix, a 'Top Chef' Eagles menu, plus an $800,000 mini liquor bottle theft
Staff Writer

Arthur Bovino

The Daily Meal's Media Mix brings you the biggest news around the food world. 

People Who Read Food Labels Are Thinner: An international study found that American women who consistently read food labels weighed about 8 pounds less than those who didn't. [Science Codex]

Top Chef Revamps Eagles Menu: Kevin Sbraga has designed a new menu for Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field, including a "Sloppy José." [Business Journals]

Airport Workers Steal 100,000 Mini Liquor Bottles: The grand total of the liquor stolen from JFK airport in New York? $800,000. [WSJ]

Tom Cruise Stiffed Wedding Caterer: Friend and Scientology member Sinar Parman hosted Cruise's wedding dinner, but was never compensated. [Business Insider]

Arlington County Cracks Down on Food Trucks: Tougher regulations are moving local food trucks out of the county. [Washington Examiner]

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