Americans Eat Their Weight in Genetically Modified Foods and More News

In today's Media Mix, Alain Ducasse to close Adour, plus Rainbow Room now a landmark
Media Mix
Arthur Bovino

The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Americans Eat Their Weight in GM Foods: A new study from the Environmental Working Group found that on average, one person eats 193 pounds worth of genetically engineered food in a year. An average American weighs 179 pounds. [EWG]

Eddie Huang's VICE Show Debuts: Watch the first episode of Eddie Huang's new food and travel show, as he explores Oakland, Calif. [VICE]

Alain Ducasse Closing Adour: The legendary chef plans to close his New York flagship restaurant this fall, with the last dinner service taking place Nov. 17. [New York Times]

Rainbow Room Becomes Landmark: Rockefeller Center's restaurant became the 115th landmarked interior in New York. Yep, we were expecting this. [Gothamist]


Hershey's Chocolate in Candle Form: You can't eat these candles, but Hershey's has teamed up with the Made In America store to release a Hershey's Chocolate Syrup candle. Non-edible, but your house will always smell like an ice cream sundae. [PRWeb]