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7 New Mouthwatering Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Flavors

When the summer heat rolls in, the best treat is one that is ice cold and melts in your mouth. Since 1978, Ben & Jerry's have been keeping the masses satisfied and cool with ice cream flavors ranging from Creme Brulee to Late Night Snack ("vanilla bean ice cream with a salty caramel swirl and fudge covered potato chip clusters"). Wit... Read more

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Bobble Creators Add Bobble 24/7 To Their Reusable Water Bottle Line Up

Reusable water bottles have been making the rounds, changing the way that we stay hydrated, along with helping the environment. Keeping an eye out for new 'green' products, FoodNRecipe stumbled upon a new take on reusable water bottles - Bobble 24/7. Read more

'American Grown'

First Lady Michelle Obama Is ‘American Grown’, Releases Cookbook

First lady Michelle Obama has always been one to speak up about healthy eating, now you can take some tips from the White House in her new 271-page book, “American Grown.” Read more

Krispy Kreme

National Doughnut Day Is Friday, June 1: Krispy Kreme Treats Customers To One Free Doughnut

Sprinkles have fallen into your lap, chocolate icing lines your mouth, and your hands are covered in a sticky sugary glaze. Doughnut lovers rejoice because Krispy Kreme doughnuts is celebrating National Doughnut Day by giving away one free sweet treat to their customers on Friday, June 1. Read more

Dale Earnhardt's No. 88 Chevrolet

Mountain Dew Goes “Dark”: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Reveals Dark Mountain Dew “Dark Knight”-Inspired Chevrolet [VIDEO]

What do Mountain Dew and "The Dark Knight Rises" have in common with racing? Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s No. 88 Chevrolet has received a dark makeover, courtesy of Mountain Dew and "Dark Knight" fans. Read more

Ben & Jerry's Euphori-Lock

Ben & Jerry’s Goes On Lock Down, New Ice Cream Pint Protection

We've all been there. You come home from a long day at work or you just got into a fight with your significant other. Your hand reaches into the freezer to grab that mouth watering pint of Ben & Jerry's Karamel Sutra (or whatever your ice cream poison)...but alas...it's gone. Out of the corner of your eye you see your roommate carefu... Read more

Obesity

Obesity Not Always Tied To Higher Heart Risk: Study

(Reuters Health) - An obese person isn't inevitably at increased risk of cardiovascular disease and death, a new U.K. study finds. Read more

Asparagus

"Elite" Asparagus Conquers Germany's Former East

Come spring-time each year Germans shed their typically sober attitude towards food to swoon over the freshness, the flavor and the girth of their asparagus. Read more

Heirloom Tomatoes

Michelle Obama Shows South Side Of Chicago To First Ladies

(Reuters) - Michelle Obama showed off her neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago to some NATO visitors on Sunday, taking five other first ladies to a youth center for lunch and for a musical performance by the children. Read more

Japan Soccer Team

Japan Train With "Rice Balls" To Sharpen Soccer Skills

(Reuters) - Japan have come up with a novel way of preparing themselves for this year's London Olympic men's soccer tournament - training with odd-bouncing triangular 'rice balls.' Read more

california teens

California teens eat fewer calories in school

High school kids in California, a state that limits the junk food sold in vending machines, eat fewer calories in school than kids in states without such regulations, according to a new study. "We were definitely pleased by the size of the differences, particularly for calories and sugar," said Daniel Taber, the study's lead autho... Read more

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Pre-diabetes, diabetes rising among U.S. teens

The percentage of U.S. teenagers with "pre-diabetes" or full-blown type 2 diabetes has more than doubled in recent years -- though obesity and other heart risk factors have held steady, government researchers reported Monday. Read more

Whirlpool FreshFlow Produce Preserver

How Do You Keep Your Produce Fresh? Whirlpool's FreshFlow Produce Preserver Extends Freshness By 25% [VIDEO]

One of the most frustrating components of buying produce is keeping it fresh. Luckily for veggie and fruit fanatics, Whirlpool has developed a new product that can prolong the life of your produce by 25% in the crisper draw! Long gone will be the days where you feel like you threw out produce that y. Read more

Arby's

Teen Finds Finger In His Arby's Sandwich

A teenage boy was shocked to find a severed finger in his roast beef sandwich finger at Arby's, CBS News reported on Thursday. Read more

Roach In Hashbrown

McDonald’s Customer Claims To Discover Roach In Hash brown [PHOTO]

Hash browns from McDonald's is a must-have from their breakfast menu, but one Reddit user claims to have gotten more than he paid for when he found a roach cooked with his early morning treat. Read more

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Carlsberg sees return to growth for Russian beer sales

Danish brewer Carlsberg renewed hopes for a recovery in its crucial Russian beer market on Wednesday, after the first quarter of the year saw a rise in its market share, sending its shares up over 3 percent. Read more

Diners crowd a table at a McDonalds fast food restaurant in London in this March 24. 2012 file photograph. McDonald's Corp reported a smaller-than-expected rise in April sales at established restaurants across the globe, due largely to disappointing

McDonald's April U.S. sales miss estimates

Neither premium chicken sandwiches nor Angus burgers could tempt U.S. consumers to spend more on higher-priced items at McDonald's, as a tepid U.S. economic recovery kept restaurant spending in check. Read more

A woman prepares to go in front of judges at a casting call for a reality television program during which overweight or obese contestants hope to lose weight by dancing, in New York December 18, 2009.

Obesity fight must shift from personal blame-U.S. panel

America's obesity epidemic is so deeply rooted that it will take dramatic and systemic measures - from overhauling farm policies and zoning laws to, possibly, introducing a soda tax - to fix it, the influential Institute of Medicine said on Tuesday. Read more

Customers sit down to eat at new restaurant "Bollywood," the first Indian restaurant in Havana March 23, 2012.

Cuba's little capitalists are ready to rumba

When Ojacy Curbello and her husband opened a restaurant at their home in Havana in late December, not a single customer showed up. Read more

Sara Lee's Hillshire Farm meats

Sara Lee profit misses estimates

Packaged food maker Sara Lee Corp reported lower-than-expected quarterly earnings on Thursday and said full-year earnings would be in the middle of its forecast range. Read more