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Up Your Tuna Salad Game With Some Spicy, Crunchy Kimchi - The Daily Meal
It not only helps ensure a good bite and kick, but kimchi also couples well with the usual suspects in your tuna salad.See the Story
The Only 2 States Where You Can Find McDonald's Fried Apple Pie - The Daily Meal
In 1992, McDonald's switched from frying its apple pies to simply baking them in order to quell health concerns. In Downey, California, you'll find the oldest operating McDonald's in the world. To meet customer demand, Hawaii McDonald's restaurants still deep-fries its pies.See the Story
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Dollar Tree can’t afford to sell eggs anymore
The company used to sell cartons of eight or six eggs for $1.25. Short supply and high production costs are partly to blame for the sky-high egg prices. Most retailers have raised egg prices on customers to adjust for higher costs. The company said it will bring back eggs when costs come down.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 13 sources
Business · Sacramento
California bill could ban the sale of Skittles, Hot Tamales, and more
A proposed California bill could ban the sale of Skittles, Hot Tamales candy, Dubble Bubble Twist Gum, and other food items containing chemicals that the legislation’s supporters say are toxic and dangerous.See the Story
57% Right coverage: 14 sources
Frozen organic strawberries sold at Aldi, Trader Joe’s recalled due to hepatitis A outbreak
Frozen strawberries were sold at select Costco, Aldi, KeHE, PCC Community Markets and Vital Choice Seafood stores. The frozen fruit was also included in a frozen organic tropical blend sold at Trader Joe's. Anyone who purchased the recalled frozen fruit is urged not to eat it and to either throw it away or return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.See the Story
74% Center coverage: 8 sources
Hidden Valley to release ranch-flavored ice cream for National Ranch Day
Van Leeuwen has teamed up with Hidden Valley to release a limited-edition Ranch dressing flavored ice cream. The flavor will go on sale for a short time later this month in honor of National Ranch Day. Pints will sell for $4.98 apiece at Walmart stores across the country.See the Story
87% Center coverage: 23 sources
Business · New York
Ramen for breakfast? Cup Noodles launches new breakfast flavored noodles
Aptly titled "Cup Noodles Breakfast," the meal takes four minutes to cook in the microwave and results in a soup-based ramen that also contains "visible ingredients" of sausage and eggs.See the Story
88% Center coverage: 42 sources
Business · New York
Taco Bell to bring back one of 2 discontinued items based on fans’ votes
Fans can vote on resurrecting one of two items from the not-too-distant menu. The winning item will be reintroduced to the Taco Bell menu for a limited time later this year. Taco Bell last ran a similar promotion between September and October 2022. Earlier this month, the chain announced its Quesarito would be removed from menus.See the Story
75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Why Toblerone is all set to drop the iconic Matterhorn mountain logo from its wrapper
Mondelez International, which makes the chocolate bar, recently moved some of its manufacturing to Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. This means Toblerone will have to drop the illustration of the Matterhorn mountain from its wrappers. The chocolate bar will now feature a "modernised and streamlined" mountain logo.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Pandemic · Bar
DOUBLE CHICKEN PLEASE IN NEW YORK NAMED THE BEST BAR IN NORTH AMERICA AS THE SECOND ANNUAL NORTH AMERICA'S 50 BEST BARS LIST IS REVEALED
Double Chicken Please on the Lower East Side took first place. Handshake Speakeasy took No. 2 for the second year in a row. Mexico City accounts for 8 of Mexico’s 14 places on the list. New Orleans’ Jewel of the South is, at No. 5, the highest ranking U.S. bar outside of New York.See the Story
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