Gowanus Whole Foods Back on Track; New Yorkers Okay With Drinking, Not Eating

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The long-stalled Gowanus Whole Foods is back on track. The company recently submitted an environmental proposal that suggests they're moving forward with plans to open in the neighborhood. [Brooklyn Paper]

A recent poll found that New Yorkers are more likely to admit they drink than that they're overweight. [NYP]

Paradise Locker Meats supplies Bar Boulud, the Spotted Pig, and one restaurant only eleven miles away from its warehouse. [NYT]

Parents' obsession with healthy eating might be making some kids fearful of food. [NYT]

A new study funded by the National Institute of Health found that a low-calorie diet is the best way to lose weight. [WSJ]

Bakers in Germany are upset by a new E.U. regulation compelling them to use less salt in the country's traditional brown bread. [NYT]

People have been having an awful lot of trouble redeeming Quiznos' free-sandwich coupons. [Consumerist]