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FDA To Health Food Companies: The Word ‘Healthy’ Has An Actual Meaning

Kind bars are quite tasty, but are they healthy? Sure, they’re made from ostensibly healthy ingredients like nuts and dried fruit, but some bars also have ingredients like chocolate and peanut butter. The Food and Drug Administration sent the company a warning letter about their use of the word “healthy” to describe their snacks on the label. [More]

Newsflash: Americans Are Dumping Ranch Dressing All Over Everything

Newsflash: Americans Are Dumping Ranch Dressing All Over Everything

Oh, hello there. I didn’t notice you, busy as I was using this slice of pizza as a dedicated ranch dressing spoon. Anyway, friend, while you and I might not need anything official to know that Americans are dumping, slathering and otherwise distributing ranch dress on all kinds of food, a new report says it’s the No. 1 condiment shipped to our country’s food service outlets. [More]

Ken's Steak House Increases Salad Dressing Bottle Size,
Doesn't Charge More Or Brag

Ken's Steak House Increases Salad Dressing Bottle Size, Doesn't Charge More Or Brag

Sometimes, companies reverse the famed Grocery Shrink Ray, and actually increase the quantity of their product without also hiking the price. Ken’s Steak House recently increased the amount in a bottle from eight ounces to nine. Even more astonishingly, they didn’t feel the need to brag about this on the bottle. [More]

This Bottle Of Salad Dressing At Target Only Expired Five Months Ago

This Bottle Of Salad Dressing At Target Only Expired Five Months Ago

Paul Newman (who died in 2008) may have still been alive when this bottle of salad dressing was manufactured. Bridget in Minnesota told Consumerist that sge purchased it at her local Target. She got a refund from the store, but she’s still a little alarmed that they would sell her such a thing. [More]