Philabundance Moves Forward on Non-Profit Supermarket; High End Popcorn Is Enjoying a Moment

• Local Fox affiliate WTXF-TV allegedly killed a story that featured video showing Mayor Michael Nutter spanking a woman that he drank and bowled with at North Bowl. [Daily News]

• With the purchase of the property that housed the city of Chester’s last supermarket, which closed more than ten years ago, Philabundance moves forward with its plan to open the nation’s first supermarket operated by a food aid group as a nonprofit venture. [CBS Philly]

• High-end popcorn infused with things like bourbon is trending — whether you like it or not. [Salt/NPR]

• Latina chefs like Evette Rios on The Chew and Cooking Channel’s Ingrid Hoffmann are having a moment. Felicidades. [AP via HuffPo]

• Want to become an even bigger coffee snob? Here’s a primer on judging latte art. [Salon]

• Forget China — India seems poised to be the fastest growing market for Western fast-casual-restaurant chains. [NRN]

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