A Tale of Two Tomatoes in One Italian City

August 2013
SN: Supermarket News;8/5/2013, Vol. 61 Issue 31/32, p9
The author discusses the concept adopted by restaurants in Milan, Italy where Americans could also learn from it that food trends did not matter but rather the taste.


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