Subpoenas Issued in Connection to ‘Breakfastgate’; Xipwire Accepts Payment for Sushi at Pod and Donations to WikiLeaks

• Montco. Commissioners Joseph M. Hoeffel III and James R. Matthews have both been subpoenaed by a grand jury investigating whether state open-meeting rules were broken when the two met over weekly breakfasts. [Inquirer]

Xipwire, the Philly-based tech start-up that’s piloting its pay-by-phone program at Starr’s Pod, is accepting donations for WikiLeaks. [AP via 6 ABC]

• Jamie Oliver’s latest cookbook, 30-Minute Meals, is the fastest-selling nonfiction book ever. Let’s hope the Naked Chef doesn’t start declaring he’s “more popular than Jesus.” [Daily Mail UK]

• Big-food fail: ConAgra is the latest food giant to lower its expected-earnings prediction for the fiscal year. [WSJ]

• Scientists have launched a global initiative to find the wild versions of 23 common food crops, in case current domesticated strains are wiped by climate change. We’ll hold the sarcasm; that seems sound. [Globe and Mail UK]

• This year Domino’s Pizza turned 50 and opened its 9,000th store, and with big international-expansion plans, it’s pretty much on track to take over the world. Sounds like a case for the good-pizza avenger! [NRN]

• The key to eating less in the way of M&M;’s and other delicious but not-healthy foods might be to visually pig out on them before they’re in front of you. So if you need us, we’ll be over here mentally stuffing our face with eclairs. [Montreal Gazette]

Subpoenas Issued in Connection to ‘Breakfastgate’; Xipwire Accepts