The 10 Most Popular Food Orders Of 2020 According To Grubhub

Throughout lockdowns and everything in between, hundreds of thousands of Americans turned to delivery apps like Grubhub to bring them their favorite comfort foods. As...

How Did The Hamburger Get Its Name?

One of the most popular and loved American fast foods is the hamburger, along with French fries and a cola drink on the side....

Vegan Lotus Biscoff Sandwich Cookies Launched In The UK

In April, Lotus Biscoff launched a new line of cookie sandwiches in Belgium, France, and the United Kingdom (at Tesco grocery stores). The new...

The United Kingdom Bans Burger King’s Plant Based Whopper Ads

An ad campaign promoting Burger King’s plant-based Rebel Whopper has been banned in the U.K. after a regulatory agency said the ads falsely suggest...
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Doctors Want FDA To Warn Women About Cheese And Breast Cancer Link

The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), a nonprofit organization, has asked the federal government to consider adding a label to cheese products that...
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Bacon Shortage Could Be Hitting The United States

The United States could see tight supplies or shortages of pork bellies and ham in 2020. According to reports, Smithfield Foods Inc, a maker of...

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Researchers Find Coronavirus Mutations in NYC Sewage, Pointing To Possible Rat, Dog Infections

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Despite Alaska GOP Backing Lisa Murkowski’s Opponent, Nationally, Republicans Are Financially Funding Her Campaign

Former President Donald Trump calls Sen. Lisa Murkowski “disloyal.” State party leaders want her to quit identifying herself as a Republican candidate. But Murkowski’s campaign...
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