Restaurant Asks for 'Donations' to Stay in Business and More News
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Restaurant Asking for Donations: A Tennessee restaurant is asking customers for donations to make ends meet and keep running. They need about $25,000 to stay running. [WATE]
Man Sends Kids to Sell Candy: A father sent three of his kids to sell fruit snacks, alone, through rush-hour traffic. He was, naturally, arrested. [DNA Info]
Food Films to Know: Food isn't all about elBulli or fancy plates; here are 26 insightful food films that you should know (and pass along to food activists). [Food Tank]
McDonald's CMO Steps Down: Chief marketing officer of the fast-food chain, Neil Golden, will leave the company early next year, the second high-profile departure after chief executive James Skinner stepped down last year. [Chicago Tribune]