West Oak Lane’s Relish Benefits From Millions in Public Funding; Dannon Forced to Stop Saying Activia Makes People Poop

A lawsuit filed by a former owner reveals that the politically well-connected restaurant Relish in West Oak Lane survives on $1.1 million in public funds. [Inquirer]

Dont Chooch with your mouth open: Phillies Wives group and Phillies Charities Inc. release From Our Home to Yours: A Collection of Phillies Recipes, a book that benefits Covenant House. [Inquirer]

Dannon reached a $21 million settlement with the Federal government over "exaggerated" claims for certain yogurt products; among other things, the company must now stop saying Activia makes people poop. [USAT]

Here's a video of what one chef claims is the world's healthiest meal: turkey curry made with blueberries, cinnamon, and goji berry pilaf. Yum? [ABC Local]

The free food in the Google cafeteria is so good, two former chefs from the company have launched a catering business that's all the rage among Bay Area tech start-ups. [WSJ]

One out of six Americans gets food poisoning each year. That's a lot, but it's lower than what the CDC had previously claimed. [USAT]

Our least favorite fast-food giant can't catch a break: first McDonald's had its computers hacked last week, now it's getting sued by a group that claims Happy Meals encourage unhealthy food choices. But hey, on a brighter note, the company is expanding in China. [LAT, NRN]

Drinking alcohol with a rich meal has been shown to slow digestion. That means you won't be hungry for high-calorie desserts; bottoms up! [Discovery News]

Starbucks executive Paula Boggs was appointed to the White House Council for Community Solutions. This should solve the pressing issue of latte-deprivation-fueled crime in Washington. [NRN]