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Disneyland Is Now Serving Nachos With Corn Dogs Instead of Chips

Plus, Prince George is setting food trends and more news to know

• Corn dog nachos are the nacho flavor of the month at Disneyland’s Grand Californian Hotel, according to Food Beast. The mini fried and battered sausages are covered in nacho cheese, pickled jalapeños, tomatoes, olives, and guacamole, and are only available until the end of September.

• Prince George is already setting trends: The young Royal’s school serves lentils, and now sales of the small legume are spiking, according to French farmers. Twitter was somewhat amused.

• Sweetgreen, the salad chain that was founded in DC in 2007, went cashless at the beginning of 2017. Nine months in, co-CEO Jonathan Neman told the audience at Code Commerce the experiment was going well — “so far, so good” — though he acknowledged the company still needs to work out a way to service customers without credit or a smartphone.

• Starbucks’ wireless charging pads may soon, for the first time, work with Apple’s newest iPhone models, the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. The coffee company is updating its charging pads to support the newest Apple phones, according to the Verge.

• “Regenerative Organic Certified” is the newest food label that could be coming to grocery stores, according to EcoWatch. Though it’s not approved or administered by the USDA, the independent label, created by the Rodale Institute and a group of farmers, ranchers, scientists, and nonprofit organizations, is meant to “go beyond organic by establishing higher standards for soil health and land management, animal welfare and farmer and worker fairness.”

• Here’s a shining endorsement from Top Chef judge and restaurateur Tom Colicchio on the occasion of Craft LA’s 10th Anniversary: “Sqirl's my favorite restaurant [in LA]… I just love Jessica's food. I love what she does. It's unexpected. She made hippie food popular. And it's just delicious.”

• Sbarro plots expansion into Russia.

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