Michelin Touts 'Famously Anonymous' Reviewers; Like Slow Food? Try Slow Money.
The next Michelin guide for New York will have 18 new stars awarded to restaurants. An ad campaign for the new guide is touting its "famously anonymous" reviewers. [NY Times]
Inspired by the Slow Food movement, some investors are following a Slow Money model, placing their assets into small farms and sustainable local agriculture, which can result in a modest 3-6 percent profit over many years. [Wall Street Journal]
On her appearance on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Jennifer Aniston talked about opening a Mexican restaurant in New York, adding that she would "guest waitress" there on occasion. [Huffington Post]
Saddled with a surplus of milk, dairy farmers are pressing federal antitrust regulators to investigate competition in the industry. The price of milk rose dramatically in 2007, causing dairy farmers to expand their herds, but the economic downturn has since slowed demand. [Wall Street Journal]
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