It’s not good enough anymore for a restaurant to offer great food, great prices and great service. Today, more and more diners, pubs and just plain burger joints are struggling to find some way to raise themselves above the noise in their overcrowded foodservice niche…
When we posted about fake Olive Oil a few days ago, we didn’t count on a torrent of e-mail pointing up other ‘fake’ food products that people like you and me get sucked into buying every week. Not exactly a ‘Supermarket Dirty Trick’. But… are they aware they’re selling something bogus?
I suppose there isn’t anyone anywhere with access to electronic media who hasn’t heard of the so-called Alkaline Diet by now. And most of us have also heard the roar of cautions and protests, that the ‘diet’ is based on junk science. What’s the straight poop, anyway?
A popular sugar-free gummy candy, sold in mammoth five-pound bags on Amazon.com, is apparently taking the calorie-counting world by storm… And ‘storm’ is a particularly apt descriptor, in this case! Yes, these gummies are more than a trend – in fact, they’re literally a movement!