Ancient Zoning Rules Forbid Fettuccine and Gnocchi Making; Make Way For Jarritos

• Defunct brew Fort Pitt Beer might be the “Pitts,” but that’s hardly keeping two Pittsburgh area breweries, Jones Brewing Co. and Duke Brewing, from fighting over the rights to resurrect it. [Philly.com]

• Philly’s current zoning rules permit the manufacturing of spaghetti, macaroni, vermicelli and ravioli, but not fettuccine and gnocchi. Go figure. [Daily News]

• Jarritos, those colorful sodas that are fun to order at authentic taquerias, is trying to expand its reach beyond the Latino community. [NYT]

• Just another reason fatness is a vicious cycle: It seems the brains of the obese crave high-calorie foods more than other people’s brains. [Health/US News]

• Say good-bye to the era of awkward tiny foil ketchup packages: If you haven’t noticed, Heinz has a new way of dispensing the goods on the go, dubbed the “Dip and Squeeze.” [WSJ]

• Behold America’s most caffeinated cities. Guess which Grub Street city is No. 1? [HuffPo]

Ancient Zoning Rules Forbid Fettuccine and Gnocchi Making; Make Way For Jarritos