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Published September 1st, 2014

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By Bitsy Kipping

Bitsy Kipping speaks with journalist Tom Philpott about his recent article published in Mother Jones describing where the discrepancy between restaurant workers and the rest of the U.S. workforce comes from.


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Published September 14th, 2014

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A wine expert, who had obtained fake Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino labels and falsified certification in the region's wine database, was selling lower-quality local wine as bulk supplies of the coveted red to unwitting local producers, police officers in Siena said. "It's the biggest fraud ever carried out in the agricultural and food sector," the force's chief, Luca Albertario, added. Had the scam succeeded, it would have resulted in fake Brunello di Montalcino wines "ending up on the tables of half the restaurants in the world", he added. The 160,000 litres of falsified wine would have sold for up to €5m (£4m).

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Published September 24th, 2014

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By Eliza Loehr

Apple Pay will allow users to simply swipe their iPhone or iWatch to pay for products. Among those already gearing up to integrate the system are McDonalds, Subway and Panera Bread. How will Apple Pay will effect the restaurant industry?

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