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Senate Blocks Anti-GMO-Labeling Bill
The lawmakers rejected the so-called “DARK Act.”
The City Might Obstruct New Law Allowing Dogs on Restaurant Patios
Critics say proposed requirements would make it “virtually impossible” for restaurants to allow pets.
Dogs Are One Step Closer to Infiltrating New York Patios
Now it’s up to Governor Cuomo.
The Department of Health Doesn’t Want Dogs on Restaurant Patios
But it looks like the bill will still pass.
France Makes It Illegal for Supermarkets to Throw Out Their Food
Owners could face prison time if they don’t donate unsold items to charity.
Hallelujah: Dogs Should Be Welcome on New York’s Restaurant Patios Soon
The State Senate just overwhelmingly approved a bill.
Seattle Will Fine People Who Throw Away Too Much Food
It’s time to take out the trash!
New Regulations Threaten New York’s Wood-Burning Ovens and Food Trucks
The future of perfectly charred pizzas may be at stake.
Seamless Will Make It Harder for Restaurants to Steal Delivery Workers’
There was nothing in the services contracts about passing on gratuities.
Looks Like Georgia’s About to Start Letting People Bring Guns Into Bars
Just remember: The customer is always right.
‘Bottomless’ or ‘Unlimited’ Alcohol Anything Is Never
Just keep the bourbon coming, that’s all that matters.
Marin County Announces Summer-Long Soda Ban
The driest county in the world.
SLA Cuts Off Gin Palace’s Cocktails on Tap
The SLA is decidedly not into the boozy trend that is cocktails on draft.
PA Distilleries Get the Go-Ahead to Sell Booze Directly to Consumers; Teboozing
Plus: A Chinese dairy farmer gets sentenced to death; and consumers go ga ga over secret formulas, all in our morning news roundup.
Bloomberg Makes Flavors Illegal
In cigars and chewing tobacco, that is.
The Calorie Police
A scary development in the legalization of calorie postings.