Letter Grades May Lead to Frozen Sushi; Fast-Food Chains Embrace Sustainable Fish


A new iPhone app allows park-goers to order food from the green. CityMint has a GPS add-on that allows delivery people to locate customers anywhere in the park, forgoing the need for a fixed address.
[NY Daily News]

Jacques Torres may have pissed off Hershey’s with his Champagne kiss, but General Mills loves his chocolate-covered Cheerios so much that it launched Chocolate Cheerios.
[USA Today]

Sen. Chuck Schumer is urging the marketers of caffeinated fruit-flavored malt liquor drinks like Jooce and Four Loco to stop targeting kids.
[NY Daily News]

As letter grades come into effect, restaurants are scrambling to come up to code, but some say customers won’t be happy with regulation ice-cold salads and sushi.
[Wall Street Journal]

Emeril Lagasse shares his favorite spots in New York City, including Ideal Cheese Shop, Simchick Meats, and Del Posto.
[NY Post]

Inc. magazine has voted JetBlue’s Terminal 5 the best airport terminal for food thanks to Mark Ladner’s Aeronuova and the Balthazar team’s La Vie.

A new proposal for the Aqueduct racetrack in Queens includes a food court with 450 seats and an outdoor terrace.
[NY Post]

Fast-food chains like McDonald’s, Long John Silver’s, and Red Lobster have embraced the sustainable seafood movement.
[Wall Street Journal]

More restaurants are using the iPad, either as an operations tool or simply as a gimmicky incentive to attract customers.
[Nation’s Restaurant News]

Smoke, Brooklyn Bowl, and City Winery are among the best music venues in the city where the food also gets top billing.
[NY Post]