Sushi Chef Convicted of Murder and More News
In today's Media Mix, bagged lettuce recalled nationwide, plus new charges in Chicago restaurant riots
The Daily Meal's Media Mix brings you the biggest news around the food world.
Sushi Chef Convicted of Murder: Julian Kurita was found guilty of decapitating his father with a fish knife, and faces life in prison at his upcoming sentencing. [New York Daily News]
Lettuce Recalled Around the Country: A California lettuce-grower has expanded recalls amid concerns of listeria contamination. [MSNBC]
New Charges Against Restaurant Attackers: After the weekend's violent riots in a suburban Chicago retaurant, new video evidence has led to charges for five people involved. [Chicago Tribune]
New Infographic Predicts End of Fish: New reports show the most intensively fished areas of the world — and how human consumption of fish is slowly deteriorating the fish populations. [Washington Post]
4-Year-Olds Served Alcohol at Frenchy's: The Florida children were given alcoholic daiquiris instead of the virigin, frozen ones their mother ordered, said authorities. [UPI.com]