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The Wine World Waits to See If ‘Catastrophic’ Tariffs Will Take Effect
One New York restaurateur tells the New York
“This will be the end of us.”
Trump Administration Slaps 25 Percent Tariffs on European Foods and Booze
Including Italian cheeses and French wines.
A Mexico City BBQ Restaurant Is Hiring Trump’s Deportees
“That’s our government. I feel responsible for it,” says Pinche Gringo’s expat owner.
Restaurant Chains Must Now Post Calorie Counts on Menus
The FDA’s long-awaited rule rolls out nationwide today.
Congress Just Introduced Legislation to Ensure Servers Get to Keep Their Tips
A provision to the spending bill would clarify the Labor Department’s tip-pooling rule.
Report: Trump Administration Knew Tip-Pooling Rule Would Hurt Restaurant Workers
It reportedly buried data predicting that workers would lose billions.
José Andrés Is Fighting With FEMA Over Puerto Rico Aid
The chef delivered 2.2 million meals to Puerto Ricans in need, but the government agency isn’t happy about his criticisms.
You Can Buy Bottled Water Once Again at National Parks
You have Donald Trump to thank.
Trump Administration Urges Judge to Disregard NYC’s Calorie-Count Law
The FDA sided with the grocery industry’s lawsuit seeking to block enforcement.
Trump Administration Begins Dismantling Michelle Obama’s School-Lunch Policies
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue believes her nutrition initiatives need a little “palatability.”
Livid Carl’s Jr. Employees May Get to Testify at Puzder’s Confirmation Hearing
Democrats say their complaints raise concerns about his “commitment to enforcing federal labor laws.”