Dirty-Water Dogs Get an Upgrade; The Gap Launches a Taco Truck


Good to Go Organics hot-dog carts specialize in organic, grass-fed beef franks and locally sourced toppings. For many Manhattan moms, they are good enough to break the no-street-dogs rule.
[NY Times]

Trace and Trust is a boat-to-table initiative that connects chefs and fishermen and lets the latter take a bigger cut of what restaurants pay.
[NY Times]

The Wendy’s Co. is suing some of its 5,877 franchisees who have yet to install special equipment required to make the premium Dave’s Hot ‘n Juicy cheeseburger.
[Nation’s Restaurant News]

The Gap is hopping on the food-truck bandwagon. Its new Pico de Gap taco truck will travel the country selling tacos and giving away Gap coupons.
[NY Daily News]

Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced a new program that will provide up to $15,000 per location to help local farmers sell their products in underserved communities.
[Politics on the Hudson]

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