Unilever PLC is expanding the Klondike brand into two new categories by launching two new products - the Klondike Cones and Klondike Shakes.
The rapper has allowed 50 percent of his champagne brand, Armand de Brignac, also known as Ace of Spades, to be acquired by the French conglomerate. It's a deal no one had seen coming.
The New York City Council has already stepped a foot down and passed two bills that would limit employers' ability to just discharge their employees.
COVID-19 just might be the reset that people needed, particularly in Hong Kong.
The Maillard reaction explains why the bread turns darker and its taste turns more intricate when toasted. It also explains why it smells better (for some!) and the texture differs.
The contaminated chicken meat avoided scrutiny because they were turned into cheap frozen nuggets as well as other breaded chicken products.
A closer look at actual studies done on cheese however concluded that cheese's polarizing reputation is actually not as straight-cut. It's not even bad, after all!
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay said he did not have a figure at one point.
The results of the newest study showed that caffeine wasn't the biggest issue overall.
The Lucky Charms ice cream and milkshake will drop at participating locations nationwide, starting on March 1.
Popeyes pounced by giving away whopping 500 free sandwiches ahead for McDonald's Feb 24 drop of its versions.
Be informed of the unhealthiest foods you may choose when a sugar craving strikes.
Avoid these habits to prevent that wine hangovers.
And the chicken-sandwich wars go on. Who wins this 2021?
Krispy Kreme has launched a "Mars doughnut" in celebration of NASA's robot perseverance landing on the Red Planet's atmosphere on Feb. 18.
Priyanka Chopra just announced that she will open an Indian restaurant called SONA, and it's located in the city that never sleeps, New York. Nick Jonas' wife said she poured her love for Indian food into this venture.
Is the Reese's Ultimate Peanut Butter Lovers Cup perfect for keto dieters?
March 2 is the first official day that multinational coffee chain Starbucks is serving its new dairy-free coffee drinks, and one of them, the Iced Chocolate Almondmilk Shaken Espresso has caught the eyes and palate of health buffs.