Cinnaminson’s Acme Is Another Casualty of the Grocery War; As Protests Rage, Egyptians Begin Stockpiling Food

• The atmosphere is depressing in Cinnaminson, NJ as Acme prepares to close. [Inquirer]

• Atlantic City casinos are dressing workers in Roaring 20s garb, serving speakeasy-era drinks and cashing in on nationwide interest of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” to attract new business. [6 ABC]

• Believe it or not, Rachel Zoe does eat, and during her pregnancy she’s craving “tart,” “refreshing” things. Boooring. [Celebrity Babies/People]

• With protests in Egypt raging for nearly a week, people have begun stockpiling food in anticipation of shortages. [Jerusalem Post]

• Rising food costs in India are forcing citizens to cut discretionary spending. [Economic Times]

• Sara Lee is splitting into two companies, one focused on meat and the other on coffee and baked goods. [USAT]

• The USDA has launched an interactive food atlas that reveals things like how close residents are to grocery stores and how much is spent in restaurants across the country. [ via Slashfood/AOL]