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Shaw’s Strike Hurts Bottom Line; Madonna Flies With Her Chef

• The Shaw’s workers’ strike caused a sharp decline in parent company SuperValu’s first-quarter earnings. [Herald]

• Madonna brought her private chef with her on a recent transcontinental flight so that she could enjoy a macrobiotic meal while in the air. [Daily Star]

• Food trucks are gaining in popularity in Boston’s suburbs. [Globe]

• Recent culinary school graduates in the Dr. Oz-founded HealthCorps program will soon head to high schools around the country to teach teens about healthy food choices. [NYDN]

• British health minister Anne Milton thinks that calling the overweight “fat” instead of “obese” would be more likely to motivate weight loss. [Reuters]

• “American-style” coffee chains like Starbucks and Costa are on the decline in the United Kingdom. [The Scotsman]

• More than 22 percent of NBA fans identify Taco Bell as the sports official fast-food joint, thanks to pitchman Charles Barkley. [Forbes.com]

• Dairy Queen wants Yogubliz Inc. to stop selling a product called Blizz Frozen Yogurt because it’s similar to the ice-cream chain’s Blizzard favorite. [Business Week]

Shaw’s Strike Hurts Bottom Line; Madonna Flies With Her Chef