Ten-Year-Old Fined for Selling Lemonade; Healthy-Eating Disorders on the Rise


• Steakhouse chain Houston's is refusing to submit to New York's calorie-count law. [Crain's]

• After each Yankees game, the leftover food goes to local charities. [NYT]

• A 10-year-old child was hit with a $50 fine for selling lemonade in Riverside Park this weekend. [NYP]

• Eating-disorder experts are reporting an upswing in orthorexia nervosa, a disorder characterized by an obsession with healthy eating. [Guardian UK]

• A Virginia farmer is bringing beef from an incredibly rare breed of cow to New York this month, where it is being sold via Facebook. [NYP]

• Mayoral candidate Bill Thompson says that, if elected, he'll impose restrictions on chains like Starbucks in an effort to encourage independent shops. [NYP]

• A group of breast-feeding mothers staged a nurse-in at a Florida Chick-Fil-A on Friday, after a nursing mother was told to cover herself by the store's manager. [Fox]

• A wheelchair-bound Queens man is suing the Huntington Station White Castle for violating the Americans With Disabilities Act. [NYP]