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Foursquare Adds Grubhub Seamless Food Delivery

Foursquare not only wants to makes it easier to find the food you crave, but has now taken steps to help you get it to your face with the most minimal effort. The company just announced that they have added GrubHub Seamless integration to their iOS and Android apps, as well as Foursquare.com. GrubHub Seamless is the product of a …

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Here’s A Better Look At NASA’s 3D Pizza Printer

NASA wants to send a few brave men and women to Mars in the future. To do that, they’re going to need to stock up on supplies for the estimated 250 day trip. Despite my love for dehydrated ice cream, it’s unlikely that astronauts could survive on the flavored styrofoam for the full trip. That’s where 3D printers come in. …

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Jelly Belly Brews Up a Beer-Flavored Jelly Bean

Add this to the list of awesome things that taste like beer that aren’t actually beer – beer cheese, beer brats, beer bread, and now…beer jelly beans. The Jelly Belly Candy Company (probably just Jelly Belly to you) has just introduced a new draft beer flavored jelly bean. Apparently, people really wanted this: “Continuing with the long line of flavor …

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Can Search Improvements Make Pinterest More Valuable To Businesses?

Pinterest is becoming a better search engine, and it’s likely only getting started. Have you ever used Pinterest specifically to search for something? Do you think it is capable of providing helpful results for certain types of queries? Share your thoughts in the comments. This week, the company announced the launch of an improved recipe search experience. Recipes are one …

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Yuengling Ice Cream is Returning to Store Shelves

After a 28-year break, the Pennsylvania-based Yuengling Ice Cream is making a comeback. Better remembered by its similar name to Yuengling Beer, the product has been in a one-year process of ingredient experimentations and consumer research. Contrary to popular belief, the product has never been affiliated with the brewery company, but members of the same family own each company. Therefore, …

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Anthony Bourdain to Open NYC Food Market

Last week the New York Post’s Page Six broke the exclusive news that chef, author, television personality and overall food connoisseur Anthony Bourdain plans to open a large-scale food market in New York City. Known for his vast knowledge of international food and dining, Bourdain said in an email to Eater that he looks forward to bringing his culinary experiences …

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Hot Coffee Once Again Lands McDonald’s in Hot Water

Nearly 20 years after Stella Liebeck won compensatory and punitive damages from McDonald’s after spilling hot coffee in her lap and sustaining serious injury, another woman is suing the fast food giant over a similar injury. Los Angeles resident Paulette Carr has filed a suit against McDonald’s after she spilled hot coffee on herself at a drive-thru on January 12th, …

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Pizza Hut Is Actually Selling a Bunch of Pizzas via Xbox App

When Pizza Hut first announced that they had created a pizza-ordering app for the Xbox 360, it was hard to say that it wasn’t at least an interesting idea. What goes good with gaming? Pizza. What goes good with 12-hour binges of House of Cards? Pizza. Who would enjoy the convenience of ordering a pizza on the device they’re already …

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Velveeta Shortage Is a Temporary Concern

Super Bowl revelers hoping to enjoy Velveeta cheese as part of a dip or entree during the big day may have to find other options this year. According to reports, there is a shortage of the tasty cheese. Advertising Age originally reported the disappointing news after receiving an email from Kraft spokeswoman Jody Moore. The email read as follows: “Given …

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CheeriosTo Become GMO-Free, A Big Business Decision For General Mills

With all of the controversy surrounding GMOs and the way they are used in food, some companies are starting to take notice, and are altering their products as a result, which should be able to help their business. People all over the country have been working to get foods labeled that contain GMO ingredients, and eventually be able to have …

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Wal-Mart Recalls Tainted Donkey Meat In China

Wal-Mart is recalling donkey meat at some of its stores in China. Donkey meat may not appeal to some Western palates, but in China they eat donkey. Tests revealed that donkey meat which was sold to Chinese consumers contained DNA of other animals. Wal-Mart’s China CEO, Greg Foran said, “We are deeply sorry for this whole affair. It is a deep …

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Social Factors Heavily Influence Food Habits, Shows Study

It’s often pointed out anecdotally that food portion sizes in the U.S. are larger than those in other countries, which could contribute to the country’s increasing obesity epidemic. Now a new study has shown that this and other social factors might actually contribute to the food choices made by everyone. The study, published in the Journal of the Academy of …

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