Chipotle is being investigated by federal officials for its hiring practices. Earlier this year, the chain fired 450 workers following a sweep by immigration.
[Nation’s Restaurant News]
Classic Stage Company and New York Theater Workshop are among small theaters that have transformed their lobby concession stands into thriving cafés.
The forthcoming closure of Bronx peanut processing plant A.L. Bazzini Co. has been blamed on new federal food safety regulations that would require costly renovations.
[NY Daily News]
Alfalfa sprouts distributed in New York and other states are being recalled after testing positive for signs of salmonella contamination. Sound familiar?
A new study has found that dieters are more likely than non-dieters to opt for unhealthy foods if they happen to be labeled with healthy-sounding words.
European salmon farmers are wary of America’s genetically modified superfish, which could come to dominate the $107 billion-a-year aquaculture business.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on April 22, 2011