Parents Support Healthy Vending Machines at Schools and More News

In today's Media Mix, two chefs make TIME's 100 list, plus record Subway closures


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More Support for Governmental Regulations in School Foods: Eighty percent of adults polled said they would support nutritional standards in school foods, including those in vending machines, the advocacy group Kids' Safe and Healthful Foods Project said. [FOX News]

Celebrity Chefs Make TIME's '100 Most Influential List': René Redzepi and José Andrés made the cut this year, the only two "foodies" to make the list. [LA Times]

Mayors Tackle Healthy Eating: Mayors from Baltimore, Indianapolis, Madison and others will meet in Boston to discuss how ti give urban neighborhoods better access to healthy food. [Boston Globe]

Chew More, Eat Less: That's what a new study from Iowa State says; chewing your food 40 times will cut back on food intake, researchers say. [KTTC]

NYC Subways Close For Health Regulations: A new report shows that 55 Subway restaurants in New York City have closed in the last five years for health regulations, more than any other chain. [New York Daily News]


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