Food

McDonald’s U.S. Sales Revive Amid Stiff Competition

McDonald's U.S. Sales Revive Amid Stiff Competition

McDonald’s Corp’s turnaround remained on track in the latest quarter despite intense competition in the United States, helped by all-day breakfast, “McPick” value promotions and chicken McNuggets with simpler ingredients, the company said on Friday. Sales at established U.S. restaurants rose 1.3 percent, amid industry softness that executives partly blamed …

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Nestle Cuts Sales Target As Food Sales Disappoint

Nestle Cuts Sales Target As Food Sales Disappoint

Nestle became the latest company to be hit by the global slowdown affecting food manufacturers after posting its weakest underlying sales growth in more than a decade. The Swiss maker of Kitkat bars and Nescafe coffee cut its sales target for the year, saying European markets would continue to be …

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How to Make Marshmallows at Home

How to Make Marshmallows at Home

Whether dunked in hot chocolate or secretly eaten in rocky road crunch bars, marshmallows are always a crowd pleaser. It’s like nibbling on a cloud! If I happen to walk by a bag of marshmallows in the store, I never think twice before grabbing it. But that was before I …

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Heart attack or Heartburn: How You Can Find Out

Heart Diseases Being one of the major causes of death in India, it is perhaps not surprising that most people presume any pain in the chest area to be an attack. As a result, in a large number of cases a patient is rushed to the hospital, only to find …

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How to Stop Bananas From Spoiling: 5 Smart Tricks

Picture this: You wake up in the morning and notice that a couple of three-day old bananas are still in perfect condition. Too good to be true, right? In real life, a banana being absolutely fine on the third day from purchasing it from a local vendor is almost impossible. …

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Review: Best Anti-Pollution Face Masks in India

Review: Best Anti-Pollution Face Masks in India

That the air pollution levels in Delhi and North India have hit ‘alarming’ levels is common knowledge now. It is something we grudgingly have accepted, praying to the gods for rain or the government for some drastic action (neither of which seems in sight). Schools in Delhi have declared a …

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