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Monday, September 10, 2007

The Morning Brew: Monday, 9/10

Posted By on Mon, Sep 10, 2007 at 8:34 AM

The FDA is considering making nutrition information on food packages easier to read. (AP)

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Inside the marketing strategy of a new "all-natural" Quaker Oats cereal. (New York Times)

This article seems to explain the whole is-Mario-fired-or-not? debate. No more Molto Mario reruns, but he'll still do Iron Chef and stuff. (Reality TV World)

Really, this tidbit tells you all you need to know about the Food Network:

Insiders have said the decision to take [Molto Mario] off the air is part of the Food Network's plan to replace older personalities with fresher faces and more reality-style programming.

Finally, superstar chef Gordon Ramsay's unfortunate encounter with a stove. (Daily Mirror)

-Ian Froeb

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