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Food News Roundup: Whitney Port, Horse Meat, South Beach, and Reality TV

  • Miami-Dade County employees raise more than $300,000 for charity, part of which will go to Food for the Poor. [SFLCN]
  • "Whitney Port and Roxy Olin snacking outdoors on 'yogen fruz' en route to the airport after debuting her new collection, Whitney Eve, in Miami." [FOXnews]
  • Politicians introduce legislation to ban the sale of horse meat for human consumption. [HarnessLink]
  • Associated Press runs article about rock-star chefs leading the charge for healthier foods, mentions the "South Beach Festival." [AP]
  • Former reality-TV contestant Fabio Viviani has "deals in place" for restaurant in Miami. [YumSugar]
  • South Dade County-rooted Mennonite organization uses strawberry glut to raise money for charity in Plant City. [TampaBayOnline]

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