The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 6.3




The first day of the United Nations summit on the global food crisis:

Wealthy nations must do more, and the ongoing argument over biofuels. (New York Times)

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says the world must increase food production 50% by 2030. (The Canadian Press)

Elsewhere... Mid-tier restaurants and Starbucks could suffer as consumers deal with higher gas prices. (Reuters)

The Post-Dispatch looks at the rise of InBev.

A profile of Joel Robuchon, reigning king of the Michelin stars. (Independent)

-Ian Froeb

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