In-N-Out Makes Most Fatty List; Bigmista’s Barbecue Draws Crowds

In-N-Out’s Double Double was named as one of the 50 fattiest foods in the U.S. [L.A. Times]

&$8226; Mississippi is the most obese state in the country for the sixth year in a row. [NYDN]

• Britain’s health minister says fewer children are eating school lunches after Jamie Oliver overhauled the menus. [NYDN]

• Bigmista’s Barbecue is becoming a major attraction at Torrance’s farmer’s market. [L.A. Times]

• A Red Robin in San Dimas was evacuated after a strange smell overtook it and made some customers dizzy. [Daily Bulletin]

• Restaurant sales declined for the second straight month in May. [L.A. Times]

• Staff are protesting the sudden closure of an ESPN restaurant in Baltimore. [Baltimore Sun]

• A Manhattan resident sued General Mills for false advertising for calling some of its fruity snacks for children “nutritious.” [NYP]

• Preview new summer treats like fro-yo bars, a salted caramel sundae, or Daniel Boulud’s take on baked Alaska. [NYP]

• Virginians with permits can bring a concealed weapon into a bar, as long as they don’t drink. [AP via BusinessWeek]

• All single-use service ware like plates and cups from fast food restaurants, must be compostable in Seattle as of today. [Seattle Times]

In-N-Out Makes Most Fatty List; Bigmista’s Barbecue Draws Crowds