While Emma Watson spends a good portion of her time talking about gender ...
It seems that the company that made Chihuahuas famous in the 90s has truly ...
Listeria Outbreak: After Blue Bell Scandal, 3 More Companies Including Amy’s Kitchen Recall Products
Following a listeria outbreak scare regarding traditional Southern ice cream ...
As the country goes through a listeriosis scare after it was found that there were Blue Bell Creameries products that were infected with the listeria bacteria, a new Trader Joe’s recall might prevent further disease or even deaths, as apparently some of their products might be contaminated with salmonella.
It seems like the Asian franchises of the biggest food chains in the world always get the most fun (or the most random) promos, and the Burger King perfume has come to make a statement and raise the bar even higher after products like the infamous Black Burger released late last year.
Amy's Kitchen Recall: 73,897 Cases Amy's Kitchen Frozen Products Feared To Be Contaminated With Listeria
Amy's Kitchen recall- Total of 73,897 cases of Amy's Kitchen frozen products will be voluntarily recalled due to its possible health hazard.
Fast Food Ban Ordinance In Poor South L.A. Unsuccessful After More Residents Have Become Obese And Overweight
Fast Food ban in South L.A. was reported unsuccessful. This has been the findings of the new research done in determining whether the popular law restricting opening of fast-food restaurants in South L.A. has lessened the problem of obesity.
From being a worldwide joke when Katie Holmes was expecting Tom Cruise’s child and the famous actor said he’d be having a sort of placenta smoothie from her womb, a woman in the UK has taken this idea to heart – but not without controversy.
Those mothers around the world who are concerned with the health of their children and strive to give them foods that lower their risk at further diet-related illnesses have now been warned that some of these products are not as beneficial as they’re cracked up to be, as cereal bars’ sugar levels are incredibly high.
242,000 cases of 7.25-oz. Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner are being recalled by Kraft Foods Group after investigations revealed that they may contain small metal pieces. The revelation was announced on Monday for the products with best when used by dates of Sept. 18, 2015 to Oct.11, 2015.
Anyone who’s ever had too much wine knows that, the morning right after, it’ll get consumers one of the worst possible headaches, as well as general adverse effects – but now, scientists of the field of genetic engineering have created the basis for a hangover-proof wine to end all these troubles.
In a bold move, last week the coffee giant released a new campaign, Starbucks’ Race Together, in which baristas in United States venues were invited to start a conversation with clients about race in America – but it’s been a marketing disaster all the way through.
California Wines: 31 Brands Of Cheap California Wines Loaded With Very High Levels of Toxic Arsenic?
California wines- Are you addicted to California wines? Wait until you read this! Some cheap California wines were found positive for inorganic arsenic that is believed to be lethal beyond allowable limits.
The Minnesota-based company is turning 75 today, and they’re celebrating along with fans with a Free Cone Day, as Dairy Queen’s vanilla ice cream makes a full appearance all over the country, as the company also teams up with a big charity for the occasion.
Just today, February 25, 2015, Yahoo! Food posts the secret weapon ingredients used by Star Chefs to achieve the most palatable dishes at home or in a restaurant. The said website revealed the top 10 magical ingredients that can turn home-cooked meals into top class restaurant tastes.
For those who love to have a nice glass of wine or beer during the weekends - which is just about everyone or almost -, there's a new way to keep the guessing out of the way you choose what to drink: the Next Glass app chooses drinks according to what you love!
U.S. Consumers, Ready To Accept Genetically Modified, Nanotech Products If It Is Healthy And Safe, New Survey Reveals
A national survey done by the North Carolina State University and the University of Minnesota representatives suggests that most U.S. consumers are ready to accept genetically modified and nanotech products if it is enhanced with nutrition and are safe.