Fire Causes Major Chocolate Meltdown in Western PA; American Chinese Food Appears in Mainland China

• As if fire ripping through their production facility, melting and thereby destroying more than 20,000 pounds of chocolate on Friday wasn’t enough for Sarris Candies, the company today is awaiting word on whether or not an additional 5,000 pounds of packaged chocolates have to be destroyed. [Inquirer]

• Here’s one way to help out beleaguered public school teachers: Center City’s Raven Lounge is giving instructors with faculty ID a 50 percent discount on drinks. [CBS Philly]

• Fortune cookie says: American Chinese food is now appearing in mainland China. [Daily Beast]

• California growers are trying to cash in on Stevia's squeaky-green image. [Salt/NPR]

• Hotels across the country are starting to offer gluten- and dairy-free foods. [USAT]

• Goat may finally be getting its national moment. [WSJ]