The Morning Brew: Wednesday, 1.23



The New York Times finds high levels of mercury in tuna from several New York City sushi restaurants. At a few restaurants, levels exceeded the point where the FDA has the right to remove the food from the market.

More New York news: Chain restaurants in the city now must display calorie information with their menus. (AP)

In what we in the biz like to call "related news," a new study finds that those who live near fast-food restaurants are more likely to be obese. Shocking! (Washington Post)

Whole Foods will eliminate plastic shopping bags at all its stores by Earth Day. (UPI)

-Ian Froeb

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