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Eddie Huang Q&A: WBUR interviews the food personality about his experience growing up Asian-American, dealing with racism, the "model minority" stereotype, and success. [Here and Now]
Oregon Pushing for GMO Labeling: In addition to New York and Hawaii, Oregon advocates would like GMO labeling. Only Connecticut and Maine have approved labeling. [Bloomberg]
Fake Orgasms at Katz's: The women behind Improv Everywhere decided to collectively have fake orgasms at Katz's Delicatessen, home of the infamous When Harry Met Sally scene. [Bleeding Cool]
In-N-Out Test Markets: The burger chain pops up in New Zealand again, hinting that the pop-up stores are for "test marketing," and In-N-Out could expand "in the very long-term, perhaps." East Coast first, please. [New Zealand Herald]
Starbucks to Pay Kraft $2.76 Billion: After Starbucks severed a distribution partnership with Kraft Foods, Kraft sued Starbucks for breach of contract. Three years later, Starbucks is ordered to pay Kraft $2.76 billion. [Web Pro News]