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Almost 100 Customers Are Sick After Eating at This Popular Fast-Food Chain 

 

Since our first report on Feb. 28 about 40 cases of foodborne illness linked to an Arby's location in Springfield, Ill., dozens of more customers have fallen ill, forcing the fast-food restaurant to close for the second time in less than a month.

According to Food Safety News, almost 100 cases of illness have now been reported from the specific Arby's location, and while the source of the contamination is still unknown, health officials have stated the pathogen in question is norovirus. The virus is highly contagious and spreads easily, making it difficult to eradicate.

Almost 100 Customers Are Sick

Famed NYC sommelier, 35, is charged with ARSON after 'setting two outdoor dining areas ablaze' in Little Italy

Tags: Arson, Contamination, Fast Food, Food, Health, Illness, Safety, Warning

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29-Jul-2021


Subway's Tuna Sandwiches Were Tested Again. No Tuna DNA Was Found 

 

Earlier this year, two women filed a lawsuit against Subway, alleging that the Connecticut-based sandwich chain's tuna sandwiches and wraps didn't contain any actual tuna. The Washington Post reported that their attorney purchased tuna sandwiches from multiple Subway locations in California, and then submitted the fish in question to an independent lab for testing.

Although the attorney declined to discuss the exact findings with the Post, she did say that the tests revealed that the sandwich filler was "not tuna" and "not fish." The resulting lawsuit alleged that Subway's tuna was "a mixture of various concoctions that do not constitute tuna, yet have been blended together by defendants to imitate the appearance of tuna."

Subway's Tuna Sandwiches Were Tested Again. No Tuna DNA Was Found

Chicken recall: Tyson recalls 8.5 million pounds of frozen chicken for possible listeria contamination

Scientist wants to solve the meat-consumption 'problem' via human-engineered meat intolerance

Walmart, Publix, Wegmans among stores that sold Tyson chicken products recalled for possible listeria risk

Kelly Ripa asks her husband Mark Consuelos to explain 'why people are fixated' on her feet

Tyson's listeria-related chicken recall prompts another company to pull products from store shelves

Packaged lettuce sold at Walmart, other major retailers recalled over salmonella concerns

McCormick recalls 3 seasonings for possible salmonella; Walmart, Target, Kroger among stores that sold spices

Salad products recalled due to listeria contamination

Yes, the Kellogg’s Cereal Class Action Lawsuit is Real

Tags: $, Anatomy, Business, Celebrity, Contamination, Court, Death, Fast Food, Fish, Food, Fraud, Recall, Restaurant, Safety, Science, Test

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28-Jul-2021


These 53 Restaurant Chains Are on the Brink of Disappearing Entirely 

 

Applebee's opened its doors for the first time in 1980. It was welcomed with open arms by diners everywhere. However, over time, the restaurant chain has seen sales decline and not really pick back up. So far, Applebees has closed more than 120 of its locations, down to approximately 1,200 locations.

Ruby Tuesday has been around since 1972. The longtime restaurant chain was known for its unique cocktails and fresh food. Sadly, the chain has been losing a lot of their customers due to lowering standards. They are no longer known for their drinks and fresh ingredients.

Hooters. It is not a huge surprise that the chain has seen better days. In the age of female empowerment, the tiny outfits do nothing to help their cause. Hooters has experienced a slow and steady decline over the last decade.

These 53 Restaurant Chains Are on the Brink of Disappearing Entirely

Tags: $, Business, Cancelled, Food, History, Restaurant, Shutdown

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27-Jun-2021


I just watched McDonald's new AI drive-thru and I've lost my appetite 

 

"Welcome to McDonald's," began exactly the same female robot voice you've heard every time you've tried to get through to a customer service operative at every internet provider/cellphone carrier/just about every business these days.

The McDonald's robot continues: "We're currently serving a limited menu, so please review the menu before ordering."

There's little more welcoming than being greeted by an inhuman voice telling you that the thing you want to order may not actually be offered today.

But goodness, this is just an experiment, isn't it? Surely the robot is programmed to offer a tinge of wit, no?

No.

I just watched McDonald's new AI drive-thru and I've lost my appetite

Tags: Change, Employment, Fast Food, Food, Replacement, Robot

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19-Jun-2021


North Carolina councilman calls for people to be FINED and charged with a misdemeanor crime for giving food or money directly to the homeless 

 

A councilman in North Carolina has been slammed after he suggested making it a misdemeanor crime to donate food and money directly to homeless people.

Tariq Bokhari?, who serves as a representative for Charlotte's 6th district, floated the radical idea during a council business meeting on Monday.

'People aren't getting it and they're still bringing food and money and resources directly to the folks that are out there right now,' Bokhari stated during a discussion about strategies to combat Charlotte's homelessness problem.

North Carolina councilman calls for people to be FINED and charged with a misdemeanor crime for giving food or money directly to the homeless

Tags: $, Food, Freedom, Homeless, Leaders, Overreaction, Policy, Politics, Punishment, Self Interest

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18-Jun-2021


Beech-Nut recall: Baby food brand will stop selling rice cereal due to high arsenic levels 

 

Beech-Nut Nutrition, a popular brand of baby food, is voluntarily recalling a lot of its rice cereal because it contained levels of arsenic above federal guidelines.

In the recall notice posted on the Food & Drug Administration website this week, Beech-Nut also has announced it will no longer sell the rice cereal and says it has "decided to exit the market for Beech-Nut branded Single Grain Rice Cereal."

Beech-Nut recall

Tags: Brain, Business, Children, Food, Health, Parental Burden, Product, Safety, Termination, Toxic

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09-Jun-2021


Did a Woman Open Fire at McDonald’s for Forgetting Bacon on Her Burgers? 

 

A Michigan woman was sentenced to three to seven years in prison after opening fire in 2014 at a McDonald’s restaurant where workers twice forgot to put bacon on her burgers during one visit.

Did a Woman Open Fire at McDonald’s for Forgetting Bacon on Her Burgers?

Tags: Charged, Fast Food, Food, Guns, Preference, Service

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06-Jun-2021


Mouse spotted feasting on veal in butcher case at NYC Whole Foods 

 

A mouse with the munchies was caught on camera nibbling a piece of high-grade veal inside a butcher case at a Manhattan Whole Foods, according to a now-viral video and the company.

The ravenous rodent was spotted chowing down on a raw slab of osso bucco veal, priced at $22.99 a pound, at the Columbus Circle store — making shoppers squeak with dismay, according to a TikTok video posted by a customer on Monday.

Mouse spotted feasting on veal in butcher case at NYC Whole Foods

Tags: Animals, Eek, Environment, Food, Health, Offensive, Shopping, Terraforming, Video

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28-May-2021


Meat eaters get hit hardest as inflation sees grocery bills soar: Two thirds of Americans say the price of beef and chicken has rocketed since start of 2021 

 

Milk is more expensive according to 51 percent of those surveyed; for prepared foods it is 50 percent of those questioned and for seafood 49 percent.

A quarter said they are buying less red meat as a result of the price hikes. Meat prices rocketed by up to 25 per cent last spring, during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, when meat plans were hit by staff shortages caused by the virus.

They subsequently dropped, but Bloomberg's data suggests shoppers are once again feeling the pinch.

Morning Consult economist John Leer told Bloomberg: 'We’ve got these pockets of inflation without having corresponding wage growth, and that’s going to put consumers in a really tough spot.'

For Hispanic and black Americans, more than 40 per cent report spending more money on food since the start of 2021. For white Americans that figure is 30 percent.

Meat eaters get hit hardest as inflation

Tags: $, Economy, Food, Prices, Surge, Vegan's Revenge

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23-May-2021


Why are people boycotting Trader Joe’s? What to know about an employee’s COVID-19 safety concerns 

 

If you’ve been on social media the last few days you may have seen the hashtag #BoycottTraderJoes going around. But why exactly are people calling for the boycott of one of the most beloved grocery chains in the country? It all has to do with an employee who was fired...

Why are people boycotting Trader Joe’s? What to know about an employee’s COVID-19 safety concerns

Tags: Business, Campaign, Cancelled, Employment, Food, Opinion, Policy, Termination

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01-Mar-2021


Multi-state salad dressing recall issued because of a bizarre contaminant 

 

Food recalls can happen for any number of reasons, but many times they are issued due to undeclared allergens. It can be something as simple as not having milk or nuts listed on the label, leaving people with allergies to those products unaware that they may be harmed if they consume it. That’s the case with a new recall for Brite Harbor Caesar Dressing & Dip.

Multi-state salad dressing recall issued because of a bizarre contaminant

Tags: Allergy, Food, Health, Product, Recall, Warning

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16-Feb-2021


Brand formerly known as Aunt Jemima reveals new name 

 

The longtime brand announced they would remove the outdated image of Aunt Jemima at the end of 2020, with the name change happening at a later date. The new logo is slated to appear on store shelves in June 2021.

The history of Aunt Jemima is somewhat muddled, but in a 2015 piece for The New York Times, Riché Richardson, an associate professor of African American literature in the Africana Studies and Research Center at Cornell University, explained the brand’s name and original logo were inspired by a minstrel song about a "mammy" caricature, “Old Aunt Jemima.”

Brand formerly known as Aunt Jemima reveals new name

Tags: Business, Change, Etiquette, Food, History, Name, Racial Tension

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10-Feb-2021


Enhancing brain function with butter 

 

The key to having healthy brain function is to give your brain an optimal energy supply. Most would argue that the brain needs glucose as its optimal energy source but what we are finding is that only a small portion of your brain needs sugar. What the brain actually prefers are ketones from fat as its energy source.

For those of you wanting to optimize your brain performance, not to mention decrease inflammation in your gut and heart, it is necessary to eat more fat from butter.

Butter is now considered by many to be the new superfood, even though it has been used for at least 4,500 years. How did we get so far removed from fat? One of the early campaigns against fat began when Dwight Eisenhower was diagnosed with heart disease in 1955. His team of scientists and doctors, including the snit-fat crusader, Ancel Keys concluded that saturated fat and butter caused his chronic disease.

Enhancing brain function with butter

Tags: Brain, Food, Health, Science

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26-Jan-2021


Federal government wants Americans to buy groceries online, but most people on SNAP can’t 

 

When the coronavirus first hit, Miranda Wilt knew a grocery store run could be fatal to her children.

Both 10-year-old Aiden and 8-year-old Rosie are on the autism spectrum and legally disabled. Wilt, a 35-year-old single mom, said she's too scared to leave the house herself, let alone go outside with her kids, who can't wear face masks.

She turned to online grocery shopping to stay safe, but her monthly SNAP allotment of $55 barely covers the family's essential needs, and that's before the tip and delivery fee.

"I have no other choice. I have a child who has a disease that has no treatment and no cure," Wilt said.

The federal government has said Americans should stay home and buy groceries online, leading to a 300% explosion in online food shopping. But a majority of Americans who depend on food stamps have no choice but to shop in person because the federal government allows online shopping with SNAP benefits only in limited circumstances in 47 states. For those who are able to shop on the web, the costs can be shocking for families who barely have enough to eat in part because SNAP benefits cannot be used to pay for delivery fees or tips.

Federal government wants Americans to buy groceries online, but most people on SNAP can’t

Tags: $, Choices, Coronavirus, Family, Food, Govt, Health, Policy, Poverty, Shopping, Social Distancing

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24-Jan-2021


KFC Mixes Chicken and Pixels With Its New Gaming PC 

 

KFC, the famous fried chicken subsidiary of Yum! Brands (NYSE:YUM) and runner-up for world's biggest restaurant chain by sales, is apparently moving ahead with its plan to release the KFConsole, a high-powered gaming computer that also keeps chicken warm. Made to resemble a fried chicken bucket in general outline, the PC features a high-performance gaming setup that supports virtual reality (VR) and 4K TV games, according to IGN and other sources.

The PC is also designed to keep KFC munchies close at hand. The device features a drawer containing a tray where pieces of chicken can be placed to keep them warm while you're gaming, with Cooler Master stating this "Chicken Chamber" will use the computer's "natural heat and airflow system," enabling you to "focus on your gameplay and enjoy hot, crispy chicken between rounds."

KFC Mixes Chicken and Pixels With Its New Gaming PC

Tags: Advertising, Business, Computer, Development, Food, Product, Restaurant, Tech

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23-Dec-2020




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