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When a Donut is Not a Donut; Bribery for Airport Restaurants

• Those things that Chicago Public Schools serve for breakfast that look like donuts and taste like donuts are, in fact, not donuts. They’re “MVP breakfasts,” because they’re fortified with vitamins. [The Stew]

• A Chicago-area restaurateur is accused of offering an Alderman a $100,000 bribe in order to land airport restaurant contracts. [Tribune]

• Kellogg’s has voluntarily decided to remove the labels from their cereal boxes that promise to boost children’s immunity. [Money Times]

• Restaurant chains are trying to drive business by offering free meals to veterans. [USAToday]

• A piece of baguette dropped by a bird has shut down the Large Hadron Collider. [EMD]

When a Donut is Not a Donut; Bribery for Airport Restaurants