Is Chick-fil-A Anti-Gay?; Starbucks Wins Rights to Instant Coffee


Eddie Huang divulges his favorite picks for Chinatown eats, including Shanghai Cuisine on Bayard and Oriental Garden on Elizabeth. [NY Post]

Cupcake Stop, Taco Truck, and Desserts Truck are among food trucks getting permanent addresses at brick-and-mortar locations. [NY Post]

Taco Bell has taken out full-page ads in major newspapers offering “the truth” about its seasoned beef. [Nation’s Restaurant News]

Chick-fil-A, which provided lunch at a conference called the Art of Marriage, has been accused of being anti-gay. [ABC News]

Fruits and vegetables make up an increasingly large portion of food at the nation’s 200-plus food banks, a shift from what food banks previously provided. [USA Today]

A New York City food deliveryman is in critical condition after his bicycle was struck by a drunken hit-and-run driver, say police. [Wall Street Journal]

A federal court has ruled that Starbucks can hang on to its packaged coffee products, blocking Kraft from taking over distribution of them. [Wall Street Journal]

Words of wisdom from a pro food-dress designer: “When designing a dress out of chocolate … [t]ry to keep the chocolate away from the armpit area.” [Wall Street Journal]

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on January 31, 2011


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