The Discontinued Cracker Barrel Dish Fans Are Desperate To Taste Again

MASHED – Cracker Barrel has been around for a long time, having first opened its doors back in 1969 in Tennessee. Over the years, it's no surprise that the menu would inevitably change, adding and dropping new menu items time after time until we eventually got the menu we know and love today. But even that menu is changing! Dishes that have come and gone over time range from items you'd expect to see at a...

18 Secrets for a Longer Life: WebMD

Dr. Ratini is a member of the WebMD medical review team and is responsible for ensuring the medical accuracy of WebMD’s news and feature stories. As a family practitioner, Ratini has been seeing patients since 1986. Protect Your DNA As you age, the ends of your chromosomes become shorter. This makes you more likely to get sick. But lifestyle changes can boost an enzyme that makes them longer. Plus, studies show diet and exercise can help...

Fast-food Orders To Avoid if You Have High Blood Pressure

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McDonald’s newest item for fall

McDonald's cheese danish goes on sale next week.

Nastiest Asian Foods Being Sold To Unsuspecting Americans

Thai Phat Wholesalers is stopping the sale of four types of its “Three Coins Dried Mushrooms” in 15 states: Virginia, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

“Is there any lettuce in this store?” Wendy’s customers have to stand up for themselves

E. coli outbreak extends to New York and Kentucky, chain still refuses to ban lettuce NBC NEWS – An E. coli outbreak centered in the Midwest has expanded to New York state, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The outbreak was previously reported in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. New York and Kentucky joined the list Friday with one case in each state. The CDC has noted that the number of people sickened is...

Mayo Clinic Minute: Benefits of blueberries

MAYO CLINIC NEWS NETWORK – Often labeled a superfood, blueberries are bursting with vitamins and minerals ─ many of which are classified as antioxidants. Much of the power of this little berry lies in its color. Blueberries might be the best example of how good things come in small packages. "Beyond their tangy sweetness, blueberries offer a wealth of health benefits," says Anya Miller, a Mayo Clinic dietitian. She says that includes protection for your heart, thanks...

Lawsuit alleges Whole Foods has antibiotics in its beef labeled antibiotic-free

NPR – Several consumers are suing Whole Foods, claiming traces of antibiotics were found in their beef products labeled antibiotic-free, according to a lawsuit filed in California this week. Whole Foods uses the slogan, "Our Meat: No Antibiotics, Ever" in its marketing materials, such as on packaging, signs in the store and on its parent website, Amazon. "The lawsuit also claims Whole Foods financially exploited its customers." But one of the plaintiffs, Farm Forward, a nonprofit organization...

Florida man who died after eating oysters had drugs in his system

Roger Pinckney, 44, passed away July 31 after a meal he had in Fort Lauderdale.

Romaine on Wendy’s sandwiches linked to multistate E. coli outbreak; 10 hospitalized

FOOD SAFETY NEWS – Wendy’s is removing romaine lettuce from its sandwiches in some of its restaurants because it has been linked to a multistate outbreak of infections caused by E. coli. The CDC reported this afternoon that 37 people are now confirmed sick, up from 29 on Tuesday this week. The sick people live in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. Of 26 people interviewed so far by public health investigators, 22 of them said they...

Japan wants young people to drink more alcohol. Now to convince them.

The “Sake Viva!” campaign, overseen by the National Tax Agency, invites participants to submit ideas on how to “stimulate demand among young people” for alcohol through new services, promotional methods, products, designs and even sales techniques using artificial intelligence or the metaverse.

Massachusetts pork law on hold until Supreme Court decides California case

Food Safety News – A Massachusetts law that would mangle the pork trade in New England is on hold until the Supreme Court decides the California Proposition 12 case. Like California, Massachusetts wants to impose its housing standards for pork on other states. California’s Prop 12 requires pork products imported from other states to meet its ban on gestation crates for roomier spaces. Massachusetts steps this along even further by banning the trans-shipment of whole pork...

Blueberries – A High Levels of Antioxidants

PROFESSOR'S HOUSE – Many people would not associate the world of high stakes poker with healthy eating, but for the big winner in the 2006 World Series of Poker, a nutritious snack made all the difference. Jamie Gold gives part of the credit for his $12 million in winnings to blueberries, a fruit he refers to as “brain food.” Long known only as an ingredient in muffins or pies, blueberries have, in the past few years,...

Regulations worsened the baby formula shortage

ACTON.ORG – Had U.S. baby formula producers not been protected from foreign competition, there would have been many more options available to parents when one lab became contaminated. And a 70-year-old wartime act would have remained a trivia question. Every day we’re bombarded with puzzles that the economic way of thinking can help solve. One of the more recent examples of this is the infant-formula shortagethat plagued an industry already confounded by pandemic-related supply chain...
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