Jennifer Aniston on the Baby Food Diet; Child Farmworker Numbers Still High in the U.S.
Arizona's new anti-immigration legislation has provoked boycotts of products from the state and concerns among hospitality operators. The city councils in Flagstaff and Tucson voted to sue the state over the law, which is sure to have a negative impact on tourism. [Nation's Restaurant News]
Jennifer Aniston is reportedly on the baby food diet to lose weight for her latest role in a movie called Just Go With It, which has a swimsuit scene with model Brooklyn Decker. [Marie Claire UK]
Business travelers are taking advantage of new grab-and-go outlets in hotels that offer lunch options like deli sandwiches to go. [NY Times]
Human Rights Watch has found that conditions for the estimated 300,000 to 400,000 child farmworkers in the U.S. "remain virtually as they were" 10 years ago. [AP]
Starbucks is being sued by a customer who allegedly suffered second-degree burns after being served tea that was too hot in a cup that was not safe. [Reuters]
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