As artisanal foods multiply, so does skepticism

Davidovich Bagels of Woodside, N.Y., is suing Dunkin' Donuts for using the term "artisanal" to describe its bagels, saying the term "creates the perception that your products are produced by hand, using traditional methods in small quantities. This is not the case." As more companies -- large and small -- use the term, some are saying there is a need for a standard definition.

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