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Shoeless Baby Booted from Burger King; Wrigley’s Ejects Chris Brown

• Two women get kicked out of a Missouri Burger King because the six-month-old baby with them had no shoes on. [BX/Inquisitor]

• Wrigley’s has dropped Chris Brown as its spokesman after his arrest for domestic violence. [NYP]

• A German study of over 9,000 people determines that possessing higher debt often results in a wider waistline. [KOCO5]

• As more and more Americans get into food, the definition of “food snob” is shifting and encompassing larger groups. [NYDN]

• New FDA Chief promises the organization will get tougher on food and drug safety, admitting “serious violations have gone unaddressed” in the past. [Google/AP]

• Recalls of beef from California company Beef Packers Inc. that is possibly linked to salmonella outbreak are enacted in eleven U.S. states. [VisitBulgaria]

• California Pizza Kitchen is set to expand to India. [Chainleader]

• Despite a greater need this summer, only a small fraction of kids participate in the free national Summer Meal Service program. [Google/AP]

• John Mackey, co-founder, CEO, and Chairman of Whole Foods Inc., sells 50,000 shares in the midst of a booming fiscal year for the chain. [Barron’s]

• Sustainable restaurants are even bigger in London than they are Stateside. [WSJ]

• Michelle Obama took her daughters to get cheeseburgers at Top Chef alum Spike Mendelssohn’s Good Stuff Eatery in DC. [NYP]

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Shoeless Baby Booted from Burger King; Wrigley’s Ejects Chris Brown