Weekly Media Mix: Sex for McNuggets; Gourmet Video Game Food; and Kraft Cuts Jobs
Today on The Daily Meal
- Weekly Media Mix: "Good" Light Roast Coffee; Bad Economy Food; and More Schweddy Balls Drama
- Weekly Media Mix: Starbucks Peepers; a Gourmet Mayo Shop; and PETA Does Porn
- Weekly Media Mix: The Times' Sexy Chicken; Pot Police Eat Evidence; and Zuckerburg Hunts Larger Game
- Media Mix: Paul McCartney's Cookbook; Sweets Lovers Are Sweeter; and Steve Jobs' Diet
- Media Mix: Stolen Rabbits; Bone Luging; and Whole Foods Cuts Off Chicken Hatchery
- Cook and Janitor of Nursing Home Kept Working without Pay Because 'If We Left, They Wouldn't Have Nobody'
- Outpouring of Appreciation for Cook and Janitor Who Stayed Behind at Shuttered Nursing Home (and How You Can Help)
- McDonald’s Hires Ex-MythBuster to Improve Self-Image
- 8 Irish Whiskies Beyond Jameson
- America’s Unhealthiest Fast Foods
The Daily Byte's Weekly Media Mix rounds up the week's big food stories.
• Kraft Foods, Inc. plans to cut 1,600 jobs in North America this year. [BusinessWeek]
• Beef prices are expected to go up 9 percent; chicken prices up 5 percent in the upcoming year.
[Tampa Bay Times]
• Next teases its elBulli menu with a twit pic. [Twitter/dcberan]
• Yuengling is now the largest American brewer, passing The Boston Beer Company. [AdAge]
Shame of the Week
• A Los Angeles woman was arrested for reportedly offering sexual favors in exchange for chicken McNuggets at a McDonald's drive-thru. [Burbank Leader]
• Ancient corn remnants dating back to 6,700 years ago were found in Peru, along with indications that ancient inhabitants ate popcorn. [Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute]
• NPR chats with a 20-something blogger who recreates gamer food from Kingdom of Hearts and Super Mario Bros. [NPR]
• A Danish lobby group is suing the government over the recent "fat tax," claiming that the tax distorts competition. [Food Navigator]
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