Michelin Releases Its Best-Value NYC Restos; When a Bad Review Only Makes You Stronger


New research reveals that major river basins in Africa, Asia, and Latin America have enough water to meet food needs for the entire century.

In the wake of a rising death toll attributed to tainted cantaloupes, Costco’s head of food safety spoke out against the cantaloupe industry.
[NY Times]

The Michelin Guide has just released its best-value list of restaurants in New York, which includes Coppelia and Traif.

Restaurants like Pulino’s, Fishtag, Nello, and Ninja each came back from bad reviews to be wildly successful.
[NY Post]

A new study has found that women who drink coffee are less likely to become depressed — and the more they drink, the more their risk of depression goes down.

Wendy’s has settled a lawsuit with its largest franchisee over equipment required for the new Dave’s Hot ‘N Juicy Cheeseburger.

A kosher Subway in Los Angeles has proved less successful than expected. Could it be the absence of the Five-Dollar Footlong?
[Wall Street Journal]