Pigs Now Raised with Less Antibiotics; Food Co-ops on the Rise
Food trucks have been illegal in foodie Montreal for decades, but two taco truck visionaries are looking to fight the system with their mobile kitchen. [Montreal Mirror]
Pig farmers prepare to adjust to raising their animals with new FDA-imposed limits on antibiotic use. [NY Times]
The Park Slope Food Coop is the largest consumer-owned single-store co-op by sales in the U.S., but the model is on the rise. [Reuters]
A Long Island Starbucks rushed eight customers out of the store at the height of yesterday's storm. [NY Post]
Jefferson Hack handed out pot-laced desserts at a dinner for Another magazine. The after-party was at Don Hill's. [NY Post]
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