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
The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news around the food world.
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]