Child Nutrition Bill Approved; Eataly Founder Talks


Queens food pantries have seen a 90 percent increase in demand this year, but almost 60 percent of them didn’t have enough food to meet it.
[NY Daily News]

Dan Barber of Blue Hill is among a growing list of top chefs who are teaching food-science classes at Harvard.

Food safety isn’t the only important legislation passed this week. Congress has also approved a child nutrition bill that addresses school lunches.
[NY Times]

Starbucks is targeting China, and in the U.S. is focusing on packaged coffee sales at supermarkets to grow the brand.

Johnny Grey is an interior designer who specializes in “happy kitchens,” and has designed them for Steve Jobs, Sting, and Maxim founder Felix Dennis.
[Wall Street Journal]

Oscar Farinetta, the founder of Eataly in Italy, talks about his weekend trips around the country to discover new gastronomical delights.
[Wall Street Journal]