Starbucks Changes Its Logo; Food Trucks Robbed in KTown

• Now they tell us. That food-safety bill Obama just signed? It might cause prices to go up. [Times-Tribune]

• Starbucks has unveiled a new logo sans the company name. At 40 years old, we guess the business is entitled to a midlife crisis. [USAT]

• A record-breaking 745-pound fish was sold in Tokyo yesterday. Godzilla rolls for all! [Sun UK]

• Two different food trucks in Koreatown were robbed at gun-point last night. LAPD is looking to identify the offenders from a video. [L.A. Times]

Veteran actor Gary Collins has been arrested after not paying a $59.35 tab dinner in Biloxi. [Examiner]

• Wineries might actually be turned off by the “organic” label, as it requires them to ditch the sulfites necessary to wine-making. [L.A. Times]

• A shipment of Indian rice was seized and destroyed as it contained kharpa beetles, “one of the world’s most destructive pests of grains and seeds.” [Daily Breeze]

• A new food truck lot has started in Encino, supposedly to defy the draconian proposals of Tom LaBonge and Paul Koretz. [Encino. Patch]

• Time to start wondering what’s in those burritos: After a drunken fight and stabbing incident, police arrived to find a man dead in the walk-in cooler of a Seattle Taco Bell. []

• Researchers in Scotland are trying to invent special plastic packaging that would change color when food is no longer fresh. Better sell off those stock shares in colored Saran wrap! [BBC]

• Brava: Italy is the first country to ban plastic shopping bags nationwide. []

Starbucks Changes Its Logo; Food Trucks Robbed in KTown