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Deep Fried Big Mac

last monthHumor / odd : Neatorama

The recipe is simplicity itself: make scrambled eggs, then add bread crumbs, and mix. Dip the whole Big Mac hamburger into the breading, then deep fry it. The food blog Peep My Eats has a great idea that can work at home. But, ideally, McDonald's restaurants will offer this service on site. Here's a time-lapse video of the preparation process. -via That's Nerdalicious!

Grocery Store's Brilliant New "Sneakflation" Tactic Revealed: Weight Fraud

``Aside from [Whole Foods], the department inspected 119 stores citywide and found a 77 percent violation rate.''

Whole Paycheck

One has to wonder how deep into Whole Foods corporate culture ripping off consumers goes: Sticker shock has always been part of the shopping experience at the city’s Whole Paycheck luxury stores, but now it turns out some of these prices may be illegal. An investigation by the city’s Department of Consumer Affairs has uncovered […]

Customers Sue Whole Foods For Overcharging Them

Officials in New York say Whole Foods has been a very naughty grocery store and for that, they are being sued. After it came to light that the organic giant allegedly had some shady labeling practices, a group of customers led by Bronx resident Joseph Bassolino are suing Whole Foods for overcharging them for pre-packaged foods. Hope they saved those receipts! [ more › ]

Get Tipsy on Kombucha Cocktails at These 9 Bars

Where to drink booze-spiked fermented tea. Like kale, kombucha has hit maximum mainstream. Funky-hued bottles of the probiotic fermented tea line shelves at Whole Foods and even fine dining restaurants are getting into the game of making...Show More Summary

Whole Foods Market Recalls Raw Macadamia Nuts for Possible Salmonella Contamination

Whole Foods Market of Austin, TX, is recalling packaged raw macadamia nuts due to possible Salmonella contamination. The product was labeled as “Whole Foods Market Raw Macadamia Nuts” and was packaged in 11-oz. plastic tubs. The recalled product has best-by dates of March 19, 2016, through June 21, 2016, and a UPC code of 0-76958-62059-1.... Continue Reading

Here Come the Whole Foods Lawsuits

This is why you always double-check your receipts. Well, that didn't take long. Just one day after New York City officials announced that Whole Foods is under investigation for overcharging customers, a Bronx man has filed the first lawsuit related to the allegations against the pricey grocer. Show More Summary

Week's Winners and Losers: Whole Foods Prices, Kroger Entices

John Davisson/Invision/APApple's abrupt about-face on paying royalties for songs during a free-trial period for its new music service was a symbolic victory for superstar Taylor Swift and other artists. There were plenty of winners and...Show More Summary

Customer Sues Whole Foods Over Alleged Overcharging In NYC

New York City officials accused Whole Foods of overcharging customers in the “the worst case of mislabeling” investigators have seen, a man filed a lawsuit against the upscale food purveyor. He’s seeking damages because he claims he bought several mispriced packages at the stores over the last three years. The Bronx man cites the report from the city’s Department … [More]

Whole Foods is ripping you off (and it has been for years)

A new report reveals the upscale chain routinely overstates the weights of prepackaged goods and worse

Whole Foods customers sue claiming overpaying for false food

last monthNews : NY Daily News

A group of Whole Foods customers filed a class-action lawsuit arguing they paid extra for falsely labeled pre-packaged foods.

Customer Sues Whole Foods Over Prices

A blistering report alleging overpricing at Whole Foods in New York City has brought the chain more than just bad publicity—now it's facing a lawsuit from an angry customer. Joseph Bassolino filed his suit today in state Supreme Court, one day after city investigators accused Whole Foods of systematically...

Watch Your Wallet: Whole Foods Accused of Purposeful Overcharging on Packaged Foods

Whole Foods, or ‘whole paycheck’ as some comically call the supermarket chain, is well known for carrying fresh and organic food items at prices that will leave your wallet practically empty. As an arguably healthier alternative to more traditional supermarket chains, it’s not a surprise that Whole Foods is on the pricey side. Show More Summary

Why Is a Whole Foods Exec Livestreaming His Empty Office?

Whole Foods recently announced its plan to open a new line of smaller stores called "365," and along with the news they launched a very, well, strange promotional website. If you type in www.wholefoodsmarket.com/365 you will find a webpage streaming a live cam of 365 president Jeff Turnas's desk. Show More Summary

Calvin Harris Gets Subtle Shout-Out From Girlfriend Taylor Swift During Her Glasgow Concert (Video)

Calvin Harris has his hands full with two bags while leaving Whole Food with some groceries on Tuesday afternoon (June 23) in Beverly Hills, Calif. That same night, the 31-year-old Scottish DJ’s girlfriend Taylor Swift gave him a subtle shout-out during her concert in Glasgow, Scotland. Watch below! PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of [...]

New Food-Centric App Wine 'n Dine Hits iTunes and Google Play

No selfies allowed! Our obsession with food porn is about to hit a whole new level with the addition of a photo-sharing app dedicated to food pics only. Food and Wine reports that the new app, aptly named Wine 'n Dine, allows users to...Show More Summary

Whole Foods Has Been Overcharging for Your Groceries, According to New York City Investigation

And it isn't the first time. Whole Foods, long nicknamed “Whole Paycheck” by some shoppers, has been overcharging New York City customers for pre-packed food. According to a statement released by the NYC Department of Consumer Affairs,...Show More Summary

Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Subsidies, Rules on Housing Racial Discrimination Claims, Whole Foods Accused of Overcharging: P.M. Links

last monthNews : Reason

The Supreme Court voted 6-3 to uphold an interpretation of the Affordable Care Act (an interpretation opposite the actual law's wording) that allows subsidies for federal exchanges. Some Reason analysis of the ruling here, here, here,...Show More Summary

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