Brunch is the New Church; China’s Melamine Concerns


• Going out for brunch as replaced church as the Sunday morning activity of many Chicagoans. [Tribune]

• The recession has led to grocery stores lowering their prices while spending large amounts on advertising and promotion. [Tribune]

• China has arrested three people suspected of selling powdered milk laced with melamine. [NYT]

• In a move designed to put pressure on Israel, Great Britain has opened up supermarket labeling to allow for West Bank-produced produce from to be labeled as “Palestinian” or “Israeli Settlement” in origin. [UK Telegraph]