Food News Round Up: Kosher Subway, Food Drive, Benihana, Sra. Martinez, Food Tax, and Amerijet

  • Kosher Subway in North Miami JCC? Short Order beat NBC on this one by almost 3 weeks. [ShortOrder] [NBCmiami]
  • Food Drive starting for Partnership For Hunger Relief, runs through September 10th. [CBS4]
  • Bookings for hostels up 27% in Miami. [APviaABC]
  • Miami based Benihana losing money out the ying yang, guess that's why they're ramping up their brand experience. [ShortOrder] [BizJournals]
  • Examiner "reporter" talks about her great experience at Sra. Martinez "tucked between NE 2nd Avenue and 39th Street in Miami Beach." [Examiner]
  • IRS to target "food" in new sector within Large and Mid Size Business Division especially as related to auditing companies with UBS AG Swiss bank accounts. [Bloomberg]
  • "There is no food or water onboard and no sanitary facilities in which to wash up" on air cargo operator Amerijet's Boeing 727's. [TravelDailyNews]
  • A "first look" at Miami chef Michelle Bernstein's new restaurant at the Omphoy in Palm Beach County. [PBpulse]
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