Americans Support Labeling Genetically Modified Food, and More News

In today's Media Mix, Annie's makes a big debut on Wall Street, plus a new lawsuit against McDonald's
Americans Support Labeling Genetically Modified Food, and More News

The Daily Meal's Media Mix brings you the biggest news around the food world.

Food Trucks Ban in California Dropped: A proposal to ban food trucks from parking near schools was dropped, a victory for food activists and cooks. [LA Times]

Americans Want Genetically Modified Foods to Be Labeled: A new study shows more than 90 percent of Americans want GM labels on foods; 65 percent of those polled said they believed there is a noticeable difference between genetically modified foods and non-GM foods. [NPR/Salt]

No More Food Assistance to North Korea: The U.S. has suspended food assistance to North Korea because of a planned missile launch next month. The planned food package was going to go to malnourished children and pregnant women, the most vulnerable citizens of the country. [Voice of America]

Annie's Inc. Goes Public on Wall Street: After going public on Wednesday, the organic food mogul Annie's (known for its mac and cheese) shares shot up to close to $36. The reason for its huge debut: low prices, says the CEO. [ABC News]

McDonald's Sued for Making Woman "Prostitute": A woman hired by McDonald's 20 years ago is suing the fast-food giant for reparations from her then-boyfriend/boss, who forced her to quit and become a prostitute. The woman claims McDonald's should have provided more protection and supervision for female bosses under "predatory" bosses. [NY Daily News]