Keebler Elves Get Hold Of Grocery Shrink Ray, Remove 2.3 Ounces Of Club Crackers

Keebler Elves Get Hold Of Grocery Shrink Ray, Remove 2.3 Ounces Of Club Crackers

You might have thought that the Keebler elves stand for all that’s good and pure in cookie and cracker making, but they’re only cartoon characters. The one-pound box of Keebler’s Club crackers has lost some weight, and now contains only 13.7 ounces. [More]

Wheatables' "New Look" Features .5 OZ Less To Look At

Wheatables' "New Look" Features .5 OZ Less To Look At

Yes, it’s grocery shrink ray time. Behold Keebler’s Wheatables Toasted Honey Wheat crackers. The new look is pleasing and the package promises the same great taste… too bad there’s less of it. [More]

As Salmonella Recall Expands, FDA Warns Consumers To "Postpone Eating" Many Peanut Butter Products

As Salmonella Recall Expands, FDA Warns Consumers To "Postpone Eating" Many Peanut Butter Products

The FDA still hasn’t tracked down all that yummy salmonella-contaminated peanut butter, and until they do, they want consumers to stop eating all “commercially-prepared or manufactured peanut butter-containing products and institutionally-served peanut butter.” No, this doesn’t mean the jar of Skippy on your shelf, but it does seem to cover cookies, cakes, and ice cream; pretty much any shrink-wrapped peanut butter snack.

Kellogg: "Please Don't Eat Our Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers"

Kellogg: "Please Don't Eat Our Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers"

Can’t make it to your local prison, hospital, or school cafeteria to get in on this year’s peanut butter salmonella craze? Kellogg may have you covered at the nearest snack vending machine. The company has announced that it doesn’t want anyone eating its Keebler and Austin brand peanut butter crackers right now while it investigates whether they’re action packed with salmonella stowaways.

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Like Those 100 Calorie Packs? You're Paying Twice As Much.

Like Those 100 Calorie Packs? You're Paying Twice As Much.

Portion control is going to cost you, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest. They took a look at the new “100 calorie” portion control fad and guess what they found? You’re paying a hefty premium for your portion control. Those packs cost, on average, about two-and-a-half times as much as bigger bags.