Another Genuardi’s Supermarket Closes; Penn State Scientists Decode Chocolate’s Genetic Sequence

• Genuardi’s supermarket chain struggles for survival in the ‘overstored’ Philadelphia suburbs. [Inquirer]

• Molecular biologists at Pennsylvania State University who decoded chocolate’s genetic sequence are publishing their genome study in a peer-reviewed journal so it can be vetted for scientific accuracy. [Inquirer]

• Anthony Bourdain’s graphic novel Get Jiro! was officially announced this weekend at New York ComicCon. [DC Comics]

• It’s possible to make acorns ready for human consumption by soaking them in a bag in your toilet tank for a few weeks. [NYT]

• Collaboration and community are the cornerstone — and main buzzwords — of the new DIY farming movement. [NYT]

• Canadian researchers claim they have created “fake food” that helps people feel full faster in order to lose weight. [LAT]

• In a British study, baby high chairs in restaurants were found to contain more bacteria than toilets. [Daily Mail]