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Panera Bread Apologizes To Georgia Family After Asking Their Disabled Daughter To Remove Her Squeaky Shoes!

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Panera Bread apologizes for asking mom and child with squeaky shoes to leave

It sounds like Panera Bread has some serious explaining to do!

Savannah, Georgia natives Catherine and Stephen Duke were regulars at the restaurant and were grabbing a bite with their two-year-old toddler Emma, when someone complained about her squeaky shoes!

Any employee approached the family and asked her to remove the shoes, but we're guessing they didn't know that the two-year old suffered a disability that made it difficult to walk, so a doctor prescribed her orthopedics that are SUPPOSED to squeak to let her know she's walking correctly.

Catherine spoke out about the nasty incident, saying:

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Selena Gomez Has A Post-Stride Of Pride Pick-Me-Up In El Lay

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There's no fooling us, Selenita! We know it's you!

Selena Gomez stylishly recovered from her stride of pride from Justin Beiber's house on Saturday while grabbing lunch in Encino that afternoon.

In a failed attempt to go incognito, the no longer single starlet stopped off at Panera Bread

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Panera Bread's Pink Ribbon Bagel Raising Money For Breast Cancer

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Pink Ribbon Bagel

Beginning October 1, Panera Bread will be selling their 10th Anniversary Pink Ribbon Bagel!

Since 2001, the iconic ribbon-shaped bagel has raised more than $1 million to fight breast cancer.

Throughout the month of October, 10 cents from each $1.29 Pink Ribbon Bagel and $1 from every Power of Pink Baker’s Dozen sold containing one extra Pink Ribbon Bagel will be donated to Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation.

Take advantage of this deliciously easy way to donate to breast cancer research!

Help Panera raise more money than ever before by opting for the Pink Ribbon Bagel over your regular choice!

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America's Favorite Fast Food Joint Is…

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Five Guys!

A poll from consumer market researcher Market Force has found that the burger joint is America's favorite fast food restaurant.

The poll asked 4,500 Americans to pick their favorite chain from the 55 highest-grossing quick-service restaurants, but then adjusted the vote to account for disparities in the total number of locations.

Want to know if your fav made the list? Check out the top ten below!

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Big Chain Restaurants Required To Post Calorie Count On All Menu Items

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While some restaurants in states like California have already posted the calorie count for all items on the menu, the Food and Drug Administration is taking the initiative nationwide.

By 2012, any restaurant with 20 or more locations is expected to be required to post a calorie count for every menu item they sell.

As a result, restaurants are anticipating some of their favorite dishes won't be as appetizing once customers learn they are packed with more than 1,500 calories a serving.

Instead, they are re-evaluating what they sell and attempting to cut calories from their food to make it more desirable, as well as balancing out their high-calorie menu items with healthier options.

IHOP, for example, took its standard bacon-and-eggs breakfast, with 1,160 calories, and developed a version with turkey bacon and egg whites that has just 350 calories.

Panera Bread has made a similar effort to reduce the amount of calories in their food by switching to low-fat cheeses, using less oil, less sauce, less sour cream, as well as highlighting half-orders for sandwiches and soup.

As a result, the company developed a 300-calorie salad and dropped a breakfast sandwich's calorie count from 650-calories to 350!

While this probably won't ward off TOO MANY people's appetites for favorites like buffalo wings, outrageous nachos, or juicy steaks, it is at least forcing restaurants to offer healthier options and informing their customers of what they are really consuming.

[Image via AP Images.]

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