Food Crisis Overshadows Credit Crisis; Kosher-Food Sales Soar

• Some world leaders aren’t pleased that the U.S. is diverting crops toward biofuel production when parts of the globe are starving. [WSJ]

• Also, the world’s economic ministers now say that the food crisis is a much more pertinent issue to tackle than the credit crisis. [NYT]

• Sometimes the worst part of working in food service is not being able to get the girl you want. [NYT]

• Kosher-food sales are higher than ever before, currently raking in about $14 billion a year. [NYT]

• A car crashed into a Subway location in the Flatiron district on Friday, but the only real victim was a MacBook. [NY1]

• The nation’s big pizza chains are having a rough time with the current economic situation, since they don’t have any value menus to attract customers. [NYT]

Food Crisis Overshadows Credit Crisis; Kosher-Food Sales Soar