A collection of food stories from across the web.

Burnt, a new movie starring Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, was pushed back due to bad reviews. “Even the food porn wasn’t as impressive as expected.” Here’s the roundup: [Eater]

• Director Pierre Deschamps spent two years researching René Redzepi’s Noma, one of the top restaurants in the world. Now comes a new documentary. It starts in 2013, “which was a notably bad year for René.” [The Staff Canteen]

• It’s Pop-Tarts’ 50th anniversary, which means eaters can expect new flavors like Watermelon, Pink Lemonade, Frosted Spring Strawberry, Chocolateley Caramel — Is that the same as chocolate-ish? — and Maple Bacon. [Huffington Post]

• Unagi butter sushi is apparently a thing. Count me in. [RocketNews24]

• The new Domino’s DXP is a Chevy complete with warming oven. Design and production took three years and is “aimed at revolutionizing pizza delivery,” Domino’s president Russel Weiner said. [Nation’s Restaurant News]

• Menlo Park-based Clear Labs — “the standard for molecular food quality in the global food industry” — is about to tell you way more than you ever wanted to know about industrial hot dogs. 345 samples, 75 brands and 10 retailers later and the verdict is … [Clear Food]

• A new report titled “Ending Jim Crow in America’s Restaurants” says “81% of management and 78% of higher-level non-management positions such as captain, manager, and bartender are occupied by white workers.” [ROC United]

• Is Yelp useful for tracking foodborne illnesses? [NPR]

• McDonald’s is testing sweet-potato fries in select Texas restaurants. [FOX 8]

• “Adding Faint Scents to Healthy Food Could Make it Taste Better.” [Smithsonian]