From a hazelnut hiatus to an all-bacon bar, here’s a boiled down list of this week’s headlines:
- Nut So Fast: Despite recent rumors of a looming Nutella shortage, manufacturers say the meager hazelnut harvest in Turkey won’t affect their output.
- Red, Blue or Bacon: Social media analysts found that a state’s bacon or kale preference corresponds with its political leanings.
- Hot Off the Panini Press: The Chicago Tribune reported that nonprofit e.a.t. will convert unused news stands into health food kiosks in four Chicago locations.
- For the Love of Bacon: Canadians may just love bacon more than anyone, and they’ll get their fix at Montreal’s new all-bacon restaurant.
- How ‘Bout Them Apples: According to Target CMO Jeff Jones, the superstore has rolled out an exclusive Caramel Apple Oreo flavor.
From kid cookie moguls to angry Yelpers, here’s a boiled-down list of this week’s headlines:
- Unsatisfried: Two-thirds of Burger King restaurants will stop carrying their reduced-fat fries after less than a year on the menu.
- Just Nuts: Almond milk has experienced a 45-percent increase in sales, helping it surpass soy as the most popular non-dairy milk.
- In the Clear: Major food companies have discovered that shoppers are more likely to buy a product they can see.
- Pay the Piper: Yelp has been sued by a number of frequent contributors who believe they should be compensated for their work.
From indestructible ice cream sandwiches to bunker delivery foods, here’s a boiled down list of this week’s headlines:
- Watered Down: Leading brands of coconut water have simplified their claims and marketing campaigns after receiving backlash against their supposed benefits.
- Outside the Box: Vox.com digs deep into the world of food trend forecasting and the specialists behind major food company products.
- Do Me a Solid: A Cincinnati mother discovered that a certain ice cream sandwich does not melt even after 12 hours in 80-degree weather.
- The Secret Weapon: NPR learns how nuclear launch officers chow down in bunkers 60 feet below.
- Break the Spell: HuffPost Taste identifies 17 commonly misspelled food words. Is it omelet or omelette? (Trick question).
From cake convicts to peel pointers, here’s a boiled down list of this week’s headlines:
- Pastry Perpetrators: Vehicles and front yards in Portland, OR have been vandalized with cakes, doughnuts, yogurts and breads.
- Waste Not, Want Not: An infographic from Sustainable America presents 10 nifty uses for banana peels, which constitute 780 million pounds of waste in the U.S.
- Binge Cycle: Tour de France competitors eat around 6,000 to 9,000 calories per day, and many employ personal chefs to help them do so.
From cereal puffing guns to yogurt lawsuits, here’s a boiled down list of this week’s headlines:
- Here to Stay: Google Trends convinces lovers and critics alike that cupcakes are already the next best thing.
- Food for Thought: The U.S. might get its first major Museum of Food and Drink come 2019.
- Bored of Boyardee: ConAgra Foods brands Healthy Choice, Orville Redenbacher’s and Chef Boyardee all face sales drops.
From start-up chefs to worlds without bees, here’s a boiled down list of this week’s headlines:
- Don’t Pass the Salt: The FDA plans to team up with food companies and restaurants to reduce Americans’ high sodium intake.
- Safety First: A Virginia law firm found that food trucks in seven US cities receive fewer health citations than restaurants.
- To Share or Not to Share: The Huffington Post suggests than you not distribute your homemade ice cream. One adult’s green tea mochi is another kid’s grass.
- Lunch Break: In-house chefs and food programs have become integral to Silicon Valley start-ups.
- Where Would We Bee?: Whole Foods reveals what our culinary world would look like without pollinators. They’re even hosting “Bee-Ins” tomorrow to teach people more.
From fabulous food maps to FDA upsets, here’s a boiled down list of this week’s headlines:
- Food Nerd Alert: This is our kind of map. We’re gawking at — and take notes from — Vox.com’s roundup of 40 fascinating food maps of America.
- Bring Your Soy to Circle Time: Suzy Amis Cameron (wife of Titanic director James) aims to eliminate meat and dairy, serving an all-vegan lunch at the Calabasas, CA, private school she co-founded.
- Cali Comeback Kids: New England’s coffee juggernaut Dunkin’ Donuts takes another shot at the Golden State. We hope they won’t be In-N-Out of there.
- Soli(dairy)ty: Protect our Parm! The FDA backs down as artisanal cheesemongers and lovers combat a recent ban on wood shelving.
- Midnight Munchies: Kellogg rebrands Fruit Loops and Frosted Flakes as late-night snacks. (On behalf of college students around the world, duh!)
From underground laboratories to free donuts, here’s a boiled-down list of this week’s headlines.
- Happy National Donut Day: In the spirit of today’s all-important fried Friday, these donut shops are giving out free treats today, June 6th.
- Shake Shack Turns 10: New York’s beloved outdoor burger hut will throw themselves a party next week with live music and five special-edition burgers from some of the city’s notable chefs.
- Meat of the Matter: Just how different was your grandparents’ diet? The Atlantic takes a look.
- The Great Wine Detective: NPR reveals how magnifying glasses, bulletproof wine cases and underground radioactivity helped tackle wine fraud.
- Leave It to California: At this Sausalito resort, you can have your champagne delivered to you via drone.
We’ve boiled down the latest food news for you to peck at.
We’ve boiled down the latest food news for you to peck at: