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Food FYI: Man jailed for poaching Laguna Beach lobsters

May 16, 2012 |  9:00 am

Lobsters
NOT BUTTER-POACHED

A Riverside County man caught poaching lobsters in Laguna Beach has been sentenced to jail, fined and banned from the newly established marine reserve. [Los Angeles Times]

STOLEN FOOD DONATIONS 

Unofficial vehicles drove down streets and took bags of food intended as donations for "Stamp Out Hunger," the National Assn. of Letter Carriers' annual food drive. [LA Weekly]

OBESITY BY NUMBER

One mathematician takes a look at obesity by equation. "It actually takes about three years for a dieter to reach their new 'steady state.'" [New York TImes]

COCKTAILS ON TAP

Restaurants are pouring cocktails made in bulk for easy service, and easy money. [Nation's Restaurant News]

SLURPEE LITE

Makers of the icy, slushy 7-Eleven favorite will begin unveiling diet-friendly flavors next week. The Slurpee Lite line will contain 50% fewer calories than traditional Slurpees. [Los Angeles Times]

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Photo: California coast lobsters. Credit: Los Angeles Times.

 

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