Foodstamps Fall Short For Many Families in Need; Whole Foods Heads to Scotland

• Most families in Philadelphia that receive foodstamps often run out 21 days into the month. [Inquirer]

• Owners of Pottstown’s Brick House restaurant say stimulating the local economy was their main motivation for buying the nearby shuttered Borelli Family Restaurant. [Times Herald]

• Of course there’s bacon soda, and of course it’s vile. [NYDN]

• Organic vegetables aren’t any healthier than conventional ones. [Telegraph]

• Whole Foods — “America’s supermarket to the stars” — is opening a store in Scotland. [Herald Scotland]

• Scripps, which owns Food Network and the Travel Channel, is totally rolling in it. [Variety]

• Even the Wall Street Journal has a primer on Champagne sabering. Please, America, don’t actually start doing this. [WSJ]

Foodstamps Fall Short For Many Families in Need; Whole Foods Heads to Scotland