Chile Bans Happy Meal Toys and More News

In today's Media Mix, caviar crackdowns, plus IHOP'd president steps down
Arthur Bovino

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

Chile Bans Fast-Food Toys: Chile will no longer allow toys in children's fast-food meals, especially at McDonald's, KFC, and Burger King. [Huffington Post]

Caviar Crackdown Worked: Fifteen years ago, groups moved to push for more ethical caviar; now, people in the industry say the regulations worked. [New York Times]

IHOP Chain Faces Cut: Among 100 jobs cut, the president of IHOP, Jean Birch, will be stepping down. [Nation's Restaurant News]

Bartender Won't File Charges Against Cuba Gooding Jr.: The New Orleans bartender at Old Absinthe House says the actor pushed him; police issued an arrest warrant for misdomeanor charges. [Washington Post]

Climate Change Affecting World's Oysters: The Pacific Northwest's supply of oysters has been affected by climate change, scientists say. The count of oysters from the region has dramatically dropped. [NPR]