The Dawn of the Food Truck Trend; A Guide to Flushing, Queens
Whole Foods shares recently fell 8.6 percent after more than tripling over the past year. CEO John Mackey said he expects no "positive change in the economy over the short term," adding that 2010 sales should improve slightly. [Bloomberg]
Kraft is expected to make its hostile takeover offer on British confectioner Cadbury by end of day today, after more than two months of posturing. The deadline was imposed by Britain's Takeover Panel and, if missed, would bar Kraft from making another bid for six months. [NY Times]
Food trucks are the new cupcake craze. But how did the trend start? Jerome Chang, a Le Cirque-trained pastry chef, who first launched his DessertTruck selling high-end desserts like creme brulee and milk chocolate and peanut butter mousse in 2007, was a pioneer. [BlackBook]
A trip to Flushing, Queens, isn't complete without a visit to Corner 28 for Peking duck, says the Daily News, where it's one piece for $1. Aside from the restaurants in Chinatown, you also shouldn't miss the southern end of Main Street for East Asian eateries. [NY Daily News]
Ever wonder where you can fish for your dinner in the city? Try the Carnasie Pier off the Belt Parkway in Brooklyn, Rockaway Beach, or Magnolia Pier in Long Beach, Long Island. [NY Daily News]
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