Female Chefs on the Rise; Greenpeace Protests Nobu

• Grape-Nuts are being re-branded as the father figure of the cereal world, but not all the cereal’s fans are pleased with this emphasis on masculinity. [WSJ]

• Despite the recession, FreshDirect’s sales are growing. [Crain’s]

• Greenpeace held a quiet demonstration at Nobu on Saturday to protest the restaurant’s use of bluefin tuna. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

• Summer Restaurant Week will take place from July 12 to 31 with reservations available starting June 30. [Zagat Buzz]

• Pinkberry founder Young Lee’s house looks a little bit like a Pinkberry. [WSJ]

• Papa John’s founder John Schnatter is offering $25,000 to anyone who can find the 1972 Camaro he sold for seed money in 1984. [Gothamist]

• The Cipriani Group has lost out on the chance to build a Harry’s Bar in a Moscow hotel and condo development. [NYP]

• New York will receive one million dollars from the USDA for specialty crops. [Watertown Daily Times]

• Women are entering the restaurant industry at record rates. [Forbes]

Sweetwater is planning to open a bakery. [Zagat Buzz]

• BYOB restaurants like Petite Crevette are a good way to save money when dining out. [NYP]

Female Chefs on the Rise; Greenpeace Protests Nobu