Upload & Sell: Off
What's the controversy here? That the B&G are not obligated to feed us, unless we've specifically made them sign up to it contractually? Where's is the fallacy in that statement? Seems like a truism to me. We can argue about whether it's in the B&G's best interest not to feed us. Do they want us heading out to McDonalds or out to the cooler in our car to get our munchies, or do they want us with them as long as possible? We can also argue about how much is really saved by not feeding the vendors, and how silly all this is. Still, I don't think the Knot (paraphrased) article is even going as far as arguing against feeding your vendors -- seems like a balanced statement to me (you don't want your photographer hungry, there's bound to be extra food anyway, etc.).
Again, where's the reason for all the flying dandruff?
Personally, I come prepared with a couple of energy bars to get me through. Even if they're feeding me, I may not want to be eating when the shots are happening.