Restaurant Charges Non-Patrons for Bathroom Use and More News

In today's Media Mix, kids kicked out for french fry party, plus the story of women behind your chocolate
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The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Charging for Restrooms: A restaurant in Tennessee sent a handwritten note to a lady who used their restroom without buying anything, noting that she didn't pay the fee for non-paying customers: $5. [TODAY]

$250 French Fry Feast: Some kids in South Korea decided to shell out 270,000 won (about $250) for a bunch of french fries, only to get kicked out for causing trouble. [Gawker]

Candy Bar Politics: Here are stories of women who grow the cocoa that goes into your bars of chocolate. You might want to rethink that generic candy chocolate. [Jezebel]

Various Varieties of Vegetables: Here's an infographic of more than 400 vegetables. There are like, 5 billion types of lettuce, apparently. [Fast Company]

This Is Not a Good Sign: A restaurant in Beijing is receiving a ton of bad press for posting a sign reading ,"This shop does not receive the Japanese, the Philippines, the Vietnamese and dog[s]." [HuffPo]

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