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Pepsi Peddles Nutrition in India; ConAgra Sued Over ‘Natural’ Oils Labels

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PepsiCo may be turning its focus back to cola in some markets, but is looking to boost its health-snacks business in India via its global nutrition unit.
[Wall Street Journal]

The owner of Fu Sushi in the East Village denies that his restaurant was open for business despite being ordered to shut down by the Health Department.
[CBS Local]

ConAgra is being sued for misleading labeling on its popular line of Wesson cooking oils, which are described as “100% Natural” and “Pure,” but come from GMOs.
[Reuters]

An Asian restaurant in London projects images of its menu items onto diners’ tables, allowing them to place their order via touch pad.
[FOXNews]

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