Funny Feasts: Hot ones Shia LaBeouf

Yes, I pick and choose, which ones I like! Shia was actually one of the few people I’ve seen do this challenge and be calm and level-headed with the amount of heat he was getting from all that hot sauce. This episode made me smile from ear-to-ear because he was pretty genuine throughout and really […]

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USDA announced changes to SNAP rules for the third time in 2019

The New Food Economy reports that the Department of Agriculture (USDA) changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Program (SNAP) could possibly suppress enrollment. The USDA announced a cap allowable income deductions for utility expenses that could take away food stamps from about 8,000 households and “reduce payments for one in five families, though it is also […]

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Baybel to debut hybrid and plant-based cheeses

FoodDive reports The Bel Group will expand its portfolio by in 2020 with the introduction of hybrid and plant-based cheeses. The company is is strategically focusing on its brand’s expansion plans to meet rising consumer expectations of healthy snacks. The strategic plan will include the removal of artificial flavors and colors in its products in […]

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Funny Feasts: Hot Ones Shaq

So this episode of Hot Ones from First We Feast is one of the funniest videos I’ve seen from Shaq. Right after his hot chip challenge fiasco, he is here trying to redeem himself from failure. Since I like Shaq, I thought it would be great to add one of my favorite videos from one […]

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Puris pea protein is getting a $75 million investment from Cargill

Cargill invested $75 million in Puris pea protein and will retrofit its facility for pea production starting late 2020, according to Food Business News. Puris and Cargill’s partnership started January 2018. “This is more than a pea protein facility, ” Tyler Lorenzen, president of Puris said. “This is the future of food. The Dawson facility […]

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Scientists at Cornell University develop butter spread that’s 80% water

Food Dive reported that scientists at Cornell University have created a butter-like spread that’s free from synthetic stabilizers and contains natural ingredients. The work published in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces explains that this product is sustainable, containing 80% water and 20% vegetable oil and milk fat. In total, one tablespoon of this […]

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