FDA Imposes Fees on Food Companies; Maine’s Topless Coffee Is No More


• The FDA is set to impose fees on food companies to fund safety inspections; industry groups warn the fees could lead to conflicts of interest. [WSJ]

• Maine’s topless coffee shop has burned down. [Boston Herald]

• Dunkin’ Donuts is expanding in Asia, particularly South Korea, the company’s largest growth market. [WSJ]

• Despite workers’ fears, the Tower Cafe, a Greek diner that’s been open at Bellevue Hospital since 1984, will not be replaced by an Au Bon Pain. [City Room/NYT]

• Food blogger Pim Techamuanvivit (of Chez Pim) is endorsing Rachel’s Yogurt and Cottage Cheese. [Food Section]