Worse: He did it in 2014, so you already ate the products.
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The Roots and Tony the Tiger will also make appearances.
Inside each and every nook is a magical stash of bleached and enriched flour, soy lecithin, and a light dusting of enchanted polydextrose.
Pizza Drones and Hands-Free Whopper Holders: How Fast-Food Giants Make Big Money by Selling Fake Products
It's incredibly cheap and extremely effective for soda companies and fast-food giants to market products that are never actually made.
The company's trying to market to adults.
Elizabeth gets a home, Achatz recipes evicted.
Kellogg's uses suspect "Actatz" recipe on website.
First of all it's not even "natural," and second, it's totally loaded with pesticides.
Plus: an all-pizza diet, and more, in this week's roundup of weird food news.
The cereal giant gets a warning by the FDA, while the NFL player is back and ready to forget about prison food.
Fearful of radiation spreading from a Northern power plant, Japan's stores have been stripped of food.
Plus: Attorneys argue that pizza is not a missile; and fear of an impending nuclear disaster in Japan has grocery stores shelves stripped bare, all in our morning news roundup.
A toxic metal is found in The Golden Arches' new promotion and television's smiling cook stares daggers at a domestic magazine.
The outlook is bleak for pumpkin pie and a celeb chef's latest television show.
San Francisco city attorney challenged the company to back up immunity-boost claims.
Pink's is having a celeb-filled birthday week, while Santa Monica business groups are pushing food trucks away.
City attorney calls cereal's immune-enhancement claim "misleading."
Plus Eric Ripert's chef crush and Starbucks fails a taste test, all in our morning news roundup.