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Real Butter Still Found on Movie Theater Popcorn in SF; Oregon Wineries Lead the Sustainable Charge

Photo: Bay Area Bites

• Little did we know, you can still find freshly popped popcorn with real butter at various SF cinemas. [Bay Area Bites]

Frances gets a write-up in the Times (via 7x7’s Jordan McKay) about its buck-an-ounce house wine deal. [NYT]

• Fun facts about Greek wines. [Gray Market Report]

• Fergus Henderson of London’s St. John restaurant will be serving a special meal at Incanto. [SFoodie]

• Oregon is leading the way in sustainable wineries. [NYT]

• Leslie Buck, the designer of the iconic Greek-inspired “We Are Happy To Serve You” coffee cup, is dead at 87. [NYT]

• D.C. is the latest city to consider a soda tax. [Obama Foodorama]

• Traditional luxury foods are increasingly coming from nontraditional places: think Wagyu from Belgium. [WSJ]

• McDonald’s in the United Kingdom are much healthier than their American counterparts, according to Jamie Oliver. [NYDN]

• Activist group Breast Cancer Action is not impressed by KFC’s new Pink for the Cure promotion, calling it “pinkwashing.” [Fork in the Road/VV]

Real Butter Still Found on Movie Theater Popcorn in SF; Oregon Wineries Lead the