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Sandy Aftermath

swine.jpgEater NY is talking to New York restaurateurs about their insurance woes after Hurricane Sandy. Today, Cris Criswell of Swine discusses the $10,000 worth of food they had to throw away, the 80 nonsensical pages of their insurance policy, and lessons learned: "An insurance company that would rather you go out of business than pay you a single penny that might help you." [Eater NY]

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