Another Patron Gets Gunned Down at a Longtime Upper Darby Nuisance Bar; Pepsi Can’t Beat Coke

• For the second time this year escalating violence at a longtime Upper Darby nuisance bar claimed a life this weekend, and police still can’t shut it down. [CBS Philly]

• Fire brings to an end the 60 year run of Suelke’s Produce in Sellersville, PA. [Action News]

• Like we’ve been telling you, organic and natural pet food is on the rise, so much so that some PetCo locations have a special store-within-a-store dedicated to the products. [LAT]

• A new study shows that using a bigger fork causes people to eat less of the food on their plates. So, small plate, big fork? [Marie Claire UK]

• Some countries have grain stores, but China keeps a frozen-pork reserve, which it plans to release to the market now that prices are up. Weird. [NYT]

• Try as it might, PepsiCo just can’t beat Coke, which continues to gain shares in the drinks market. [Street]

• New Zealand is the latest country to suffer higher inflation owing partly to rising food costs. [RTT News]

• The year-old drought affecting the swath of the southern U.S. from Florida to Arizona is being dubbed a “once-in-a-generation” disaster. [Financial Times]