Restaurants seek to head off worries about swine flu

05/1/2009 | Crain's New York Business

Although they haven't seen a huge drop-off in sales, New York's pork-centric restaurants are worried that a swine flu panic could hurt them. At Porchetta, owners explain to concerned customers that the restaurant's hours of roasting keeps the food safe, and Brooklyn's Marlow & Sons emphasizes the sustainable sourcing of its pork.

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