Twix-Related Tax Confusion; Slow Food Holds ‘Eat-Ins’

• The new Chicago candy taxation law, which allows exceptions for products that contain flour or need refrigeration, creates confusion when it comes to cookie-based candies like Twix and Kit-Kat. [Sun-Times]

• Esther Shulman, the wife of late Eli’s Cheesecake founder Eli Schulman, has passed away at the age of 91. [Tribune]

• Slow Food is planning to hold “eat-ins” on Labor Day to preach their cause of healthier, sustainable food for school lunches. [Tribune]

• The AIDS Foundation of Chicago has launched an online program to help families find food pantries and other hunger aid. [Tribune]

• The Food Network’s Sandra Lee recently found herself on a grounded plane and distributed (semi) homemade coffee vanilla brownies with fellow passengers. [NYP]

Twix-Related Tax Confusion; Slow Food Holds ‘Eat-Ins’