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One-Starred Restaurants Get Biggest Michelin Bump; Batali Sues Labor-Rights Group

• A study shows that restaurants that receive one Michelin star can expect a 25% bump in business. [Crain’s]

• Mario Batali is suing a labor-rights group that won’t stop calling his restaurants — or maybe that’s just Iron Chef fans pranking. [NYP]

• Et tu, brew? A caffeinated beer made by a small brewer has been ordered off the market in the Four Loko hullabaloo. [NYT]

• File under “Ew”: A consumer group in Australia has found that some so-called fresh food has been stored for months by the time it reaches eaters. [ABC NEWS AU]

• In case you were wondering, Fiji Water is actually bottled in Fiji — only now tax hikes are threatening to drive the company elsewhere. [WSJ]

• The rate of eating disorders in kids is up. [CBS NEWS]

• Bad news for sushi lovers: Bluefin tuna is still very much at risk. [Guardian UK]

One-Starred Restaurants Get Biggest Michelin Bump; Batali Sues Labor-Rights