College Suspends Chick-fil-A From Campus Events and More News

In today's Media Mix, Marcus Samuelsson fights criticism, plus April Bloomfield heads to London
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The Daily Meal's Media Mix brings you the biggest news around the food world.

Davidson College Bans Chick-fil-A: The North Carolina school is the first to suspend Chick-fil-A foods from college sponsored-events, after a petition garnered more than 500 signatures. [Huffington Post]

Marcus Samuelsson on Eddie Huang, 'It's a Joke': After Huang fired criticism at Samuelsson's Red Rooster, Samuelsson came back with fighting words: "It's not to go bottom fishing and enter garbage. It is to rise above and be the person that I set out to [be]." [Eater]

April Bloomfield Heads to London: The chef will celebrate the UK publication of her cookbook and cook at St John Chinatown for two days. [Businessweek]

Apples Recalled: Apples served at fast-food restaurants have been recalled due to a listeria concern. [FOX]

Mitt Romney's Restaurant Problem: The presidential candidate held a fundraiser at a local restaurant in MIami — where the owner is supposedly a drug dealer. [Chicago Tribune]