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Fast food restaurants take security into their own hands 

 

"I would like to go into a Burger King and eat after dark,” said Ryan Mullen, a security guard at a hotel near the airport, who has seen plenty of crime. “I would like to go into a Carl's Jr., you know, a Subway, and not have to worry about being a prisoner in my own neighborhood. That's the bummer to me."

Fast food restaurants take security

Furious customer, 31, threw scolding hot soup at manager's FACE because the plastic lid had melted

Looters in ski masks storm Nordstrom store

Smash-and-Grab Thieves Target Hayward Mall

KFC employee shot after drive-thru argument

Subway customer shoots dead female worker for putting too much MAYO on their sandwich

Wendy’s worker knocks out elderly customer

Cracker Barrel latest Portland casualty for stores shuttering amid crime wave

Murder suspect called 911 to report that McDonald’s served him cold fries

Axe-wielding man WALKS FREE after smashing up McDonald's

Tags: $, Business, Crime, Environment, Fear, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Murder, Rampage, Restaurant, Safety, Shopping, Theft, Threat, Video, Violence

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18-Sep-2022


'I had a choice between food and lights' 

 

I have kids," said Hughey. "My bills are backed up and I had a choice between food and lights, and I had to get my lights back on."

'I had a choice between food and lights'

Consumer sentiment continues to drop as inflation drives up prices

Go meat-free and fly less

Here's how to save money on cooling bills as prices rise

Record high electricity rates are hitting Massachusetts residents

Utility rate increase announced for New Bothwell

'I feel cheated'

Residents in Palm Springs mobile home park deal with power outage

PS mobile home park seek answers after a month of power outages

California braces for rolling blackouts amid 'extraordinary heat event

Tags: $, Demands, Electricity, Food, Leaders, LGBTQ, Neglect, Out, Poor, Prices, Privilege, Sad, Self Interest, Seniors, Service, Shopping, Support, Survival, Tips, Warning

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06-Sep-2022


What Quitters Understand About the Job Market 

 

More Americans are telling their boss to shove it. Is the workplace undergoing a revolution—or just a post-pandemic spasm?

Quitting your job is hot this summer. More Americans quit in May than any other month on record going back to the beginning of the century, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For every 100 workers in hotels, restaurants, bars, and retailers, about five of them quit last month.

Low-wage workers aren’t the only ones eyeing the door. In May, more than 700,000 workers in the bureau’s mostly white-collar category of “professional and business services” left their job—the highest monthly number ever. Across all sectors and occupations, four in 10 employees now say they’ve considered peacing out of their current place of work.

Up and down the income ladder, workers have new reasons to tell their boss to shove it.

What Quitters Understand About the Job Market

'They couldn't take it anymore': Hospital exec says employees are walking off the job

I Quit

Why it’s time to stop saying “my work is my life”?

'We all quit! Sorry for the inconvenience': Family dollar store is forced to shut...

Hot meals in NYC schools may be off the menu after food workers union boss warns of staff shortages

Worker shortage could turn fast food into drive-thru only

Wendy’s worker says 17 people quit on same day

Salt Bae’s NYC steakhouse discriminated against non-Turkish workers

Chipotle employees quit after a surge of to-go orders

Tags: $, Business, Drive-Thru, Employment, Evolution, Food, Medical, Preference, Privilege, Quit, Service, Shopping, Shutdown, Survival, Terraforming, Treatment, Video

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22-Nov-2021


Bacon may disappear in California as pig rules take effect 

 

At the beginning of next year, California will begin enforcing an animal welfare proposition approved overwhelmingly by voters in 2018 that requires more space for breeding pigs, egg-laying chickens and veal calves. National veal and egg producers are optimistic they can meet the new standards, but only 4% of hog operations now comply with the new rules. Unless the courts intervene or the state temporarily allows non-compliant meat to be sold in the state, California will lose almost all of its pork supply, much of which comes from Iowa, and pork producers will face higher costs to regain a key market.

Bacon may disappear in California as pig rules take effect

Almost 300,000 Pounds Of Beef Are Being Recalled Due To E. Coli

Major Grocery Chains Are All Pulling This One Food From Shelves

Whole Foods is adding a $10 delivery charge

Salmonella outbreak from unknown source spreads to 29 states

Two Serious Nationwide Food Recalls

Fall may bring more grocery shortages. Here’s what to expect

Half a million pounds of canned beef recalled because of high levels of lead

Grocery store shelves aren't going back to normal this year

Salmonella outbreak, mislabeled food and unsafe levels of lead prompt food recalls

Tags: Business, Contamination, Food, Meat, Prices, Recall, Recovery, Safety, Seafood, Service, Shopping, Shortage, Struggling, Surge, Termination, Toxic, Warning

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09-Oct-2021


Why Customers Are Furious With Kroger And Boycotting Its Stores 

 

On Wednesday, Kroger (KR) named former U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to its board of directors, sparking a flurry of backlash on Twitter from its customers, many of whom said they will no longer shop at the grocer’s stores over the appointment.

Why Customers Are Furious

Nearly 60,000 pounds of frozen raw chicken products sold at Aldi and other stores recalled

Tens of thousands of salmon die in Arctic chlorine leak

Cookie cakes sold at Walmart recalled in Kentucky, Indiana

Major expanded recall on frozen shrimp sold at Whole Foods, other retailers

This Is the Least Trusted Grocery Chain in the U.S.

Over 52,000 pounds of chicken salad, dip recalled

Walmart Is Recalling These 5 Foods Right Now

CDC investigates salmonella outbreak linked to Italian-style meats across 17 states

There's a Shortage of These 5 Popular Grocery Items Right Now

Tags: Disruption, Food, Investigation, List, News, Politics, Product, Protest, Recall, Seafood, Shopping, Shortage, Video, Warning, World

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28-Aug-2021


Alarming study finds link between dog foods and heart disease 

 

Conducted by researchers with Tufts University, the study, which was published in the journal Scientific Reports, compared the compounds in dog foods the Food and Drug Administration has flagged as being linked to canine dilated cardiomyopathy with those from standard dog foods.

Canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a disease of the heart muscle that results in the heart muscle growing larger while its contractions, or heart beats, grow weaker, which can cause heart failure or even death.

Among the compounds examined by the researchers and identified as possible links causing the ailment are compounds found in peas and potatoes.

Alarming study finds link between dog foods and heart disease

Kathy Griffin is enthusiastically greeted by her four dogs

Woman is mauled to death by tiger at safari park

Bull reportedly rammed to death by car after ring escape in Spain

Parents ‘tortured’ by death of baby after magpie swooped in Brisbane park

Ohio Woman Arrested After Leaving Dog in Hot Car Allegedly as a Punishment

Indonesia says ‘Jurassic Park’ project on track despite UNESCO warnings

Video: Black bear captured after visiting California supermarket

Toddler aged 19 months is mauled to death by family Rottweiler

Shocking footage shows a teenage girl forcing a QUOKKA to inhale an e-cigarette

Tags: Abuse, Animals, Attack, Celebrity, Children, Death, Disease, Dog Food, Environment, Health, Parental Burden, Shopping, Sports, Sweet, Terraforming, Toxic, Video, Wildlife, World, Zoo

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11-Aug-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


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


Is shopping in stores safe during the pandemic? 

 

Is shopping in stores safe during the pandemic?

There are ways to reduce risk, but health experts advise avoiding it when possible.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says holiday shopping in crowded stores is a “higher risk” activity and that people should limit any in-person shopping, including at supermarkets.

Is shopping in stores safe during the pandemic?

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Safety, Science, Shopping

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01-Dec-2020


Updated: How Do Black People Spend Their Money? (The Racial Wealth Gap) 

 

How black people spend their money has been a hotly debated topic not only on this site, but in our office, at social events and in beauty and barber shops across America. This article has been the most read and commented article for 9 years running. Once I learned that this was the most popular and discussed article on the website, I decided to do some research and share this information with others.

I predict that even after reading this article there a significant number of Black people who will NOT change their habits and work toward changing their situation. Over time, when things go unchallenged, they seem normal. After centuries of slavery, black people must realize that they need to work toward building generational wealth and learn to invest their money and establish Trust funds for their wealth that can be passed down to future generations.

Black Men In America

Tags: $, Advertising, Culture, Economy, Poverty, Shopping, Statistics, Wealth

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22-Jun-2020


So long, salad bar: Grocers get creative, consider robots to revive prepared food amid pandemic 

 

Grocery stores have shut down self-serve salad bars during the pandemic. They’ve taken away displays of fresh olives and dips. And they’ve replaced giant kettles of ready-to-ladle hot soup with sealed to-go containers.

The deli and prepared food areas that used to draw traffic to stores and differentiate grocers have fallen from favor as customers worry about the spread of the coronavirus, cook more from scratch and try to limit their time in stores.

Grocers are trying to revive those parts of the store with new approaches. At Publix, salad bars and hot bars have reopened, but employees dish out each item. Wegmans moved hummus, olives and more behind a counter where cheese shop employees fill orders. And at Texas-based H-E-B, some coolers carry prepared meals from local restaurants and a former food bar became an ice chest of beers.

So long, salad bar

Tags: Business, Contamination, Environment, Etiquette, Food, Future, Health, Modernization, Safety, Shopping, Tech

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21-Jun-2020


Japanese mayor says men should grocery shop during pandemic as women 'take a longer time' 

 

The mayor of Japan's third-largest city is facing a public backlash after he suggested men are better suited to grocery shopping during the coronavirus pandemic, because women take too long and contribute to overcrowding at supermarkets.

The number of confirmed cases of the virus in Japan has spiked in recent weeks -- dashing hopes that the government's initial virus response had succeeded in controlling its spread. As of Thursday, Japan had 11,950 confirmed cases, including 299 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. On March 1, the country had 243 cases.

That spike has seen a raft of new restrictions put in place nationwide. On Thursday, Osaka mayor Ichiro Matsui implied male grocery shoppers would reduce the potential spread of the virus as they would spend less time in stores.

"Women take a longer time grocery shopping because they browse through different products and weigh out which option is best," Matsui told reporters at a coronavirus press conference in Osaka on Thursday.

CNN

Tags: Contamination, Coronavirus, Demands, Environment, Health, Hostility, Leaders, Overreaction, Population, Sacrifice, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Shopping

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25-Apr-2020


SF outlaws reusable bags, which the city once championed 

 

San Francisco, which once championed reusable shopping bags to reduce plastic waste, has banned the environmentally friendly totes in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

An amendment to the city’s Department of Health’s social-distancing protocols requires that stores restrict customers from bringing their own bags, mugs or other reusable items from home.

How the ban affects city's prohibition on plastic bags is not clear — the ordinance did not address that regulation. In 2007, San Francisco became the first major city in the nation to outlaw single-use plastic bags.

SF Gate

Tags: Awareness, Bag, Contamination, Coronavirus, Environment, Etiquette, Plastic, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Shopping, Survival, Warning

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05-Apr-2020


You Shouldn't Be Wearing Gloves to Go Grocery Shopping 

 

There’s a lot of anxiety about grocery shopping these days, and one very visible manifestation of it is the number of people in the aisles wearing gloves. Rubber gloves, dishwashing gloves, regular winter gloves—“I actually witnessed people earlier this week wearing plastic bags on their hands,” says microbiologist Kelly Reynolds, Ph.D., director of the environment, exposure science and risk assessment center at the University of Arizona.

Does wearing gloves make grocery shopping safer? First of all, grocery shopping, if you observe the current novel coronavirus safety recommendations, isn’t ask risky as some parts of the internet have made it out to be (get point-by-point clarity on that here).

Second, and more importantly, “it could be causing a lot more harm than good,” explains Reynolds. There are a number of issues:

Gloves are like hands when it comes to spreading viruses; maybe even worse.

Men's Health

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Food, Gloves, Health, Science, Shopping, Warning

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31-Mar-2020


Amazon Prime delivery delays are now as long as a month 

 

Amazon announced earlier this week that it would start prioritizing the most in-demand essential items in its warehouses, as the e-commerce giant struggles to keep up with customer demand during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Now the other shoe has dropped.

On Sunday, customers and Amazon merchants posted on social media platforms saying certain non-essential items were showing April 21 delivery dates, even though they were listed as in-stock and shipping with Amazon’s Prime express shipping service. During normal times, Amazon Prime deliveries typically arrive in one or two days in the US. Now, some Prime deliveries for in-stock items are showing five-day delivery promises on the lower end, but those waits are as long as a month on some items.

An Amazon spokesperson confirmed to Recode on Sunday evening that the new April 21 delivery dates are not the result of a technical bug or error; they accurately reflect Amazon’s current reality.

“To serve our customers in need while also helping to ensure the safety of our associates, we’ve changed our logistics, transportation, supply chain, purchasing, and third-party seller processes to prioritize stocking and delivering items that are a higher priority for our customers,” the spokesperson said in a statement. “This has resulted in some of our delivery promises being longer than usual.”

Vox

Tags: Business, Coronavirus, Delay, Environment, Product, Shopping

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23-Mar-2020




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