McDonald's CEO Claims Weight Loss From Mickey D's and More News

Staff Writer
In today's Media Mix, the ethics behind the most expensive coffee, plus chefs fight against fracking

The CEO of the fast-food giant claims he lost weight eating his company's food.

Check out the headlines you may have missed.

McDonald's CEO on Weight Loss: The current CEO claims that he ate food from McDonald's every day and lost 20 pounds. No word on how long the daily routine has been going on. A week, perhaps? [ABC News]

Most Expensive, Cruel Coffee? Apparently, that exorbitantly priced coffee kopi luwak is a product of unethically treated civets, kept in cages and fed exclusively coffee cherries. Factory farming in the coffee world is not pretty. [TIME]

Alice Waters vs. Fracking: A petition, led by Alice Waters, is hoping to stop fracking completely in California. [Global Possibilities]

Urban Outfitters Coffee: In addition to opening a restaurant in their new Williamsburg location, Urban Outfitters is reportedly opening a café in their Fifth Avenue location Oct. 7. You'll never have to leave. [Grub Street]

A 14-Year-Old McDonald's Burger and More NewsBest Foreign McDonald's Meals and More NewsAnalyst: Tough year ahead for new McDonald's CEO Burger King Joins McDonald's in Skirting Toy Ban

Best Beer Guide Ever: This intense beer infographic that explains everything from Japanese rice lager to Shwarzier is up for sale, and it's scary. [Pop Chart Lab]