Restaurant Row Construction Looms; Mass. Kids Eat Local Food

• Construction should begin on Fenway’s burned-down restaurant row by year’s end. [Globe]

• Massachusetts’ school menus will feature local produce this week as part of the Massachusetts Harvest for Students. [Globe]

• The body of one-time Kitchen Nightmares chef Joseph Cirniglia was found in the Hudson on Friday. [NYDN]

• The proposed Food Safety Modernization Act could spell trouble for raw milk fans. [Time]

• State officials nationwide are cracking down on the sale of less-than-pure honeys. [USA Today]

• More and more restaurants are using Twitter to smooth out customer complaints. [USA Today]

• Despite health officials’ best efforts, Americans still aren’t eating enough vegetables. [NYT]

• Last year’s canned pumpkin shortage is over. [Boston Herald]