Dr. Pepper Sues Dr. Pepper; Boqueria Goes to the Capital
A trademark infringement lawsuit has broken out between the original Dublin, Texas-based Dr. Pepper Bottling Co., which has been bottling the soft drink since 1891 and still sells cane-sugar-sweetened "Dublin Dr Pepper" online, and the brand's current owner, the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group. [Wall Street Journal]
New research reveals that living close to supermarkets and grocery stores does not actually mean that you'll eat more fruits and vegetables. [Reuters]
New York City's Restaurant Week is under way, but few of the more than 320 restaurants participating are in Brooklyn. (Hence Brooklyn Restaurant Week.) [Brooklyn Eagle]
The good news is that cutting down on salt may lower blood pressure, but the bad news is that there's no evidence that it reduces the risk of heart attack or stroke. [NY Times]
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