Many of us paying a premium to avoid the gluten in our food are doing so without any good medical reason.
Food and Beverage Industry
Wholesale “drive-thru meat markets” are popping up in the parking lots of churches and bowling alleys around the country.
Ever wonder which alcohol brands are most popular … among consumers who are too young to buy alcohol? Is daylight savings harmless, or does it cost us hundreds of millions of dollars annually? And most pressing of all, which celebrity do you wish was your insurance agent?
In the fast food world, the “limited-time offer” is a remarkably powerful thing. Why?
As the meat industry again makes news thanks to an endless stream of articles about horse meat masked as beef popping up all over Europe, the “pink slime” story is still playing itself out in courthouses, law offices and the …
Every week, it seems, another restaurant, supermarket chain, or Swedish furniture maker announces that instead of feeding its customers beef, they — whoops! — accidentally fed them horse meat. But that’s not stopping advocates from trying to open the first horse meat processing facility in the U.S. in years.
Restaurant Week deals promise increased foot traffic during what’s normally a slow time of year, as well as ample exposure to new customers. Could Restaurant Week promotions also be bad for business?
Did American consumers suddenly get rich, or just get sick of using coupons? Not likely. Did the number of coupons issued shrink last year? No again. Then why did the number of redeemed coupons decrease dramatically?
Have Budweiser drinkers been less buzzed? Former employees at Anheuser-Busch breweries say that they routinely watered down popular beers such as Budweiser, Michelob, Natural Ice, and Bud Light Platinum.
Warren Buffett’s $28 billion purchase of Heinz makes sense if you examine his investing habits
This Valentine’s Day, there will be plenty of lovey-dovey couples exchanging the usual romantic gifts and engaging in the usual romantic nights on the town. What about the people—the legions of people—who are sick of this …