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Pepsi Emojis Have Arrived to Corporatize Your Text Messages

Emoji overload Highly specific beverage emojis are apparently having a moment: Starbucks just launched its own emoji keyboard that includes everything from cake pops to a unicorn sipping a Frappuccino, and now Pepsi has followed suit. The...Show More Summary

Chefs Love Arby's, Taco Bell; How to Eat Free at Disney

Six things to know today Last night, the James Beard Foundation held what some food industry people like to call the Oscars of the food world — the organization's annual ceremony to honor authors, editors, writers, producers, journalists, publishers, and humorists who cover the food world. Show More Summary

Grocery Store's Pre-Cut Avocado Sparks Outrage

This sounds awfully familiar The Western world loves its drive-thru windows and convenience foods (hello, frozen pre-made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches). But sometimes such products strike a nerve, such as Whole Foods' recent foray into selling pre-peeled oranges. Show More Summary

The Science Behind the Internet's Obsession With Rainbow Food

Why is it suddenly everywhere? Rainbow bagels, rainbow grilled cheese, rainbow coffee: Why have our Instagram feeds become so inundated with multicolored foods that look like they belong in a Lisa Frank-designed universe populated by...Show More Summary

A Waffle House Parking Lot Is the Perfect Place to Film a Music Video

A waitress even makes a cameo As far as places to film a music video go, a Waffle House parking lot seems like a pretty solid choice: The chain is basically everywhere, at least in the southern part of the United States; it's (probably)...Show More Summary

The Full List of 2016 James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Winners

Congratulations to all Tonight in a ceremony at the James Beard House in Manhattan, the Foundation announced its Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Winners for 2016. Last month, the Beard Foundation released its list of finalists in all...Show More Summary

Chipotle Announces Chorizo, Rewards Program in Light of Slumping Sales

All about the company's first quarterly loss ever In an earnings call with analysts today, Chipotle executives announced a plan to bring skeptical customers back to the fast-casual burrito chain. In addition to a massive marketing push...Show More Summary

Broadway’s New Big Star: Pie Smell

'Waitress' audience members aren't imagining that aroma Years from now, when the Tonys include an award for "Best Scent," the winner will have to give thanks to a 2016 Broadway musical. Waitress, which tells the story of a small-town diner, opened on Sunday, reports the New York Times. Show More Summary

'Breastfeeding Welcome' Signs Pop Up at Georgia Restaurants

A high school senior prompted the movement A movement to promote breastfeeding in public has found a new home in Decatur, Ga. In the Atlanta suburb, a high school senior has started handing out "breastfeeding welcome here" signs to restaurants...Show More Summary

GQ’s Brett Martin Decodes the 'World’s 50 Best Restaurants' List

How are there 100 restaurants on the list? This week for GQ, James Beard Award-winning journalist Brett Martin tackles the nuances of "The World's 50 Best Restaurants" list, digging into its rise to esteem and its ability to incite "lust,...Show More Summary

Drink More Game of Thrones Beer While Watching Game of Thrones

Ommegang has a full lineup of beers inspired by the series Cheers, Game of Thrones fans: Ommegang now has a sixth themed beer to round out its collection of brews inspired by the series. The brewery teamed up with HBO to develop theShow More Summary

Gordon Ramsay Has Launched His Own Production Company

It's a joint venture with All3Media Television's most shouty chef has kicked off a new project. Gordon Ramsay of Master Chef officially launched his own production company called Studio Ramsay and has sole ownership of the enterprise, Deadline reports. Show More Summary

New Proposal Would Slash Taxes for California's Wine Makers

And, encourage experimentation A representative in California is coming through big for the wine industry after introducing a bill that would provide a number of tax breaks to help spur innovation, according to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. Mike...Show More Summary

Bars Are Classing Up Your Lowbrow Favorites

It’s called premiumization As it relates to liquor, premiumization references the rise of consumer demand for better-crafted, and more expensive booze-related products. Whether it's an ongoing thirst for elevated cocktails, or an occasional...Show More Summary

With Chipotle Down and Out, Competitors See Opportunity

In the wake of its food safety crisis, Chipotle's competitors eye the throne On the morning of February 8, Chipotle stores across the country were noticeably absent of customers, trading the bustle of burrito-rolling and avocado mashing for a company-wide live-stream on food safety. Show More Summary

Donald Trump on Table Manners; Taco Bell Tests Fried Chicken Shell Chalupas

Six things to know today There's 195 days till Election Day, and Donald Trump's latest attack is directed at John Kasich and his eating habits. Said Trump at an event yesterday in Rhode Island: "I have never seen a human being eat in such a disgusting fashion.... Show More Summary

Robots Will Replace Retiring Farmers in Japan

The average age of the nation's farmers is now 67 These days robots are being tasked with everything from making ramen to delivering pizza — and soon, they might also be responsible for growing food. Japan's ministry of agriculture wants...Show More Summary

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