China Wines Knocking Off French Brands and More News

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In today's Media Mix, coffee to poison a lover, plus horsemeat goes off another menu

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Chef Takes Horse Meat Off Menu: After four months of getting angry letters from animal activists, a chef has decided to take horsemeat off the menu. [NBC Philadelphia]

Fake European Wines in China: Yikes; it looks like China isn't just knocking off Guccis, Fendis, and Pradas; it's also knocking off major French wine brands. [Reuters]

Restaurants Shoot for Younger Customers: Despite the fact that many millennials we know are splurging on NEXT dinners, it seems like today's generation is spending less than the baby boomers. [NY Times]

Poisoned Coffee: Here's a crazy story of an oncologist who is charged with poisoning a lover and a coworker by spiking their coffee with antifreeze. [AP]

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