Bruni’s Replacement Coming Soon; Whole Foods to Focus on Health


The Times will name Frank Bruni's replacement by the end of the week, and it's expected to be an internal candidate. [NYO]

Beginning next year, Whole Foods will refocus its mission on educating customers about healthy eating. [WSJ]

Anita Lo hopes to reopen Annisa by late September. [Feed/TONY]

The city's restaurateurs, unhappy about the ever-lengthening process of getting a liquor license, charge that its hurting business. [NYT]

The new Dallas Cowboys stadium will offer a large pizza for $90. [Sporting Blog/Sporting News]

The city's Economic Development Corporation is planning to build a 4,000-square-foot kitchen in East Harlem for fledgling entrepreneurs to rent at a reduced cost. [City Room/NYT]

All those racy burger ads may be a symptom of the economy as well as a cluttered advertising environment. [Columbus Dispatch]

The landmark status of Nathan's Famous in Coney Island is in dispute. [Brooklyn Paper]

Fast-food companies are very unhappy about proposed national legislation that would require chains to post calorie counts on their menus. [Chicago Tribune]

Hagen-Dazs is launching a new campaign to educate consumers about Colony Collapse Disorder, the mysterious syndrome plaguing bees. [Ad Age]

After many Indian farmers abandoned sugar growing when prices fell last year, the country is facing a sugar shortage. [NYT]

The new salad bar at Foragers in Dumbo has no sneeze guard. [Gothamist]

Douglas Rodriguez is no longer involved with Nuela, the new restaurant slated to open in the former Sapa space this fall. [NYT]