Peach War Breaks Out Down South; Man Arrested for Bribing Restaurant Inspector
There is a veritable peach war going on between Georgia, the Peach State, and South Carolina, a growing peach market. [NY Times]
The Rockefeller Center Greenmarket is back, bringing fresh, local fruits, vegetables, honey, and more to Midtown. [DNA Info]
A new survey of dining trends concluded that "local" is the "new global" and that "fun dining" is the new "fine dining." [Wall Street Journal]
Coffee production in Honduras has now surpassed that in Guatemala, which has been great for the local economy. [Wall Street Journal]
Many restaurants scoring an A grade from the Health Department are just barely making the mark and could just as easily have scored a B. [Wall Street Journal]
Meanwhile, one restaurant owner has been arrested for offering an undercover city investigator posing as an inspector a $500 bribe to overlook violations. [Wall Street Journal]
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