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Organic Valley Was Fined for Dumping Milk Into an Oregon River
The company doesn’t plan on fighting the fine.
justice is served
Oregon Bakery Must Pay $135,000 for Refusing to Make Wedding Cake for Gay Couple
This isn’t even the highest
profile anti-gay cake case around.
Oops! Coffee Chain Backpedals After Giving Out Defective Eclipse Glasses
Dutch Bros. has instructed customers, in all caps, “DO NOT USE THEM.”
America’s Escalating Ice Cream Wars Have Inspired a Movie
Based on the story of a small town clash between feuding soft serve hawkers.
Study Says Oregon Oysters Are Full of Chemicals
Researchers say the mix includes antibiotics, antihistamines, carcinogens, and mercury.
Gone To Pot
Coffee Pot: Feds Say Family Laundered $1 Million of Marijuana Through Java Stand
The business was “rarely open” and had “little to no coffee bean purchases.”
Ammon Bundy Finally Honored With His Own Doughnut
PETA Trolls Oregon’s Militant Ranchers With Vegan-Jerky Delivery
The animal-rights organization answered the group’s appeal for food with some cruelty-free protein.
Justice Is Served
Oregon’s Anti-Gay Bakery Finally Forked Over $135,000 in Damages
The legal battle has lasted two years, and it’s still not over.
Crab Season Delayed Along Entire West Coast Because of Deadly Toxin
Health officials still have no end date.
Very Cool Scientists Say They’ve Discovered Seaweed That Tastes Like Bacon
They also claim it’s healthier than kale — can this really be true?
GoFundMe Shut Down a Crowd-Funding Campaign for an Anti-Gay Bakery
The owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa owe a lesbian couple $135,000.
The THC Levels in Marijuana Edibles Are Totally Unreliable
Sometimes 54 percent more than advertised, sometimes 85 percent less.
Bakery That Refused to Make Cake for Gay Wedding Could Be Fined $150K
The owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa say they’re “being thrown into the Lions den.”
Enterprising Water Treatment Company Invents Way to Make Beer From Sewage
The state of Oregon isn’t so sure you should drink it, though.
Oregon Reverses Ban on Edibles Sales at State Marijuana Dispensaries
“It shouldn’t look like candy,” the state says.
Bummer: Oregon Bans Pot Snacks From Its Marijuana Dispensaries
“It just stinks,” says one edibles producer.
Marijuana Restaurant Opens in Oregon, May Get to Stay
And the cops in Ashland, Oregon, want to smoke it out of town.
Bartender Alex Day Eats Prawns at Jitlada and Travels With Coffee
“Hey, life is too short for shitty coffee.”
Rustic Canyon’s Beer Bash Returns To Honor Deschutes
Rare selections include the Oregon brewery’s The Abyss 2010 and The Dissident.
Where Justin Bieber Eats Indian; Catering Truck Used to Smuggle Cocaine
The pop singer opines on the finer curries in life.
Jamie Oliver Blasts U.S. McDonald’s; SK Foods’ Boss Slapped with Five More
The Naked Chef has healthier Golden Arches back home and the tomato industry’s public enemy #1 is in more trouble.
Restaurant Inspections Hit Web; Coffee Cup Icon Dies
Plus: D.C. mulls a soda tax, and Oregon leads the way in green wine, all in our morning news roundup.
Bay Staters Design Donuts; Coffee Cup Legend Dies
Plus: D.C. mulls a soda tax, and Oregon makes sustainable wine, all in our morning news roundup.