Interest Group Asks Disney to Remove Characters From Kids' Food and More News

In today's Media Mix, Denmark may remove some food labels, and a new move for San Francisco's Saison restaurant
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Arthur Bovino

The Daily Meal brings you the top news in the food world. 

Interest Group to Disney: Remove Characters From Kids' Food: The Center for Science in the Public Interest has formally asked Disney to remove its popular characters, like Cinderella, from junk food to discourage childhood obesity. [LA Times]

Denmark May Remove Food Labels: Not all food labels, of course, but the country is looking to regulate "green" and "natural" food labels. [NPR]

Saison's New Move: The controversial San Francisco restaurant gets a new home. [San Francisco Chronicle]

New Foodie Magazine: Food Fanatics is a new trade publication, for food products only. [The New York Times]

Prague Loves Former Gordon Ramsay Restaurant: One year after Ramsay abandoned the Prague restaurant Maze, it's doing surprisingly well. [Businessweek]

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