World Wastes More Than 1 Billion Tons of Food Per Year; The New Jersey Zagat Guide Is Out
In a candid interview, Andrew Zimmern, host of Bizarre Foods, admits that he once tried to drink himself to death, lived in a crack house, and stole purses to support a $100-a-day drug habit.
A Texas school is testing a $2 million project that will use a high-tech camera to analyze kids' cafeteria food trays for calorie and nutritional contents.
The U.N. has calculated that about 1.3 billion tons of food is lost or wasted every year, roughly one-third of all the food produced for human consumption.
Zagat has released its guide to New Jersey restaurants, rating 1,050 establishments. Nicholas in Red Bank was a big winner, as was newcomer Picnic in Fair Lawn.
A busy New York street vendor reveals that most food carts are probably cleaner than most restaurants.
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