SunChips Make Noise; Food Mementos Abound
SunChips may pride itself on being "green," but customers aren't too happy about the new bags made out of biodegradable plant material instead of plastic, saying they're louder than a motorcycle revving or breaking glass. [Wall Street Journal]
Food souvenirs are all the rage. Buying online can't compare to the pleasure of bringing something edible back from a place that can only be found there. [NY Times]
Jennifer Aniston is still planning to open a Mexican restaurant in New York where she says she'll mingle with customers as a "guest waitress." [Monsters & Critics]
Jen 'n Outlaw's Fish Fry Truck, a new food truck offering fresh Gulf-area seafood and crawfish boils, has parked in Brooklyn. [NY Times]
Watermelons these days should ideally have a thick, protective rind and a uniform shape, and be small enough to fit in a shopping bag at the grocery store. [NY Times]
A woman is suing Lily O'Brien's Chocolate Café for being forcibly ejected from the place for breast-feeding in public. [NY Post]
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