Oscar Mayer P3 – Lunchables for Millennials?

Oscar Mayer P3 – Lunchables for Millennials?

Oscar Mayer has a new product line called P3, which stands for Portable Protein Pack. In a cute website (proteinproteinprotein.com) and commercials aimed at health conscious millennials, the Kraft subsidiary is trying to steal market share from the booming healthy … Continue reading

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The Worst Product of 2013? Lunchables Uploaded

The Worst Product of 2013? Lunchables Uploaded

Lunchables is a billion dollar franchise for Kraft Foods selling a cheap and unhealthy lunch solution to mom and kids for over 30 years. The combination of fat, sugar and salt in the company’s amalgamation of its top brands (Oscar … Continue reading

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Comparing 4 Hot Dogs – Which is the Healthiest?

Comparing 4 Hot Dogs – Which is the Healthiest?

Happy 4th of July! Today, Americans will eat over 150 million hot dogs. A classic American food, franks are not the healthiest food, to say the least. So why are they so popular? They’re relatively cheap They are easy on … Continue reading

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Before You Bite Into Your Bologna Sandwich

Before You Bite Into Your Bologna Sandwich

A recent European study, published in BMC Medicine, confirms what American studies have already shown – consumption of processed meats above a certain level increases the chances of heart attack, cancer, and death. Researchers reviewed data of close to 450,000 … Continue reading

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A Tale of 4 Hot-Dogs, Which Do You Choose?

A Tale of 4 Hot-Dogs, Which Do You Choose?

This 4th of July, Americans will eat over 150 million hot dogs. While wieners are a classic American dish, they are not the healthiest or tastiest meat product out there. What they do have is a smooth, easy-on-the-eyes-and-mouth consistency. It’s … Continue reading

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Food Additives – Can’t Live Without Them

Food Additives – Can’t Live Without Them

“No additives or preservatives” sounds like a promising claim on a food label. But you’ll be hard pressed to find products in the supermarket that don’t contain at least one food additive. Even organic products use them, and unless you … Continue reading

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