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“Unprecedented combination” of chocolate mint and carbonic acid surprises us with its flavour.

While choc-mint products have been dividing opinion overseas for years, the flavour combination only recently arrived in Japan, and ever since it appeared it’s been skyrocketing in popularity.

The choc-mint boom still shows no signs of stopping, and after splashing its minty green hues all over taiyaki cakes, Pocky sticks, and even tapioca ramen, there’s now been another unprecedented development for the flavour combo, with the introduction of a new drink called Kiss Choco Mint.

Created by Cheerio, a Japanese drinks company that loves to walk

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Those are just some of the tantalizing and tasty offers that made headlines this week in the fast food world. Companies in that crowded space operate on razor-thin profit margins, so they are constantly trying to gain an edge over its competitors, often with perks like free food or other giveaways.

Americans have lost their minds over the Popeyes’ fried chicken sandwich for the past two years. Soon, our friends in the United Kingdom can experience the clucking craze.

The chain unveiled plans to open its first UK restaurant later this year, following successful launches in Spain and Switzerland, as
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KANAB — There’s a reason why a food delivery in Kane County Friday night is called a miracle project.

For some families, prayers have been answered.

“We have a lot of people who often feel forgotten down on this end of the state,” said Dusty Reese.

Reese is a cattle rancher in Kane County. She’s also the President of the Kane County Farm Bureau.

So, when she helped get the Farmers Feeding Utah program to Kanab Friday evening, she knew hundreds of families wouldn’t have to worry about where their next meals were coming from.

“It was really exciting to

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The United States has officially sprung forward, ushering in longer days and the opportunity to spend more time outside. As a result, outdoor cooking is back on the rise. If you plan to break out your favorite warm-weather recipes any time soon, Amazon has everything you need to make them better than ever.   

If you’ve spent enough time in front of a grill, you probably know the importance of a great burger press. The 4.5-inch Weston Burger Express

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Jack Fasciano and daughter Gina Fasciano Hogan are preparing to move their popular restaurant, Angelo’s.

Jack Fasciano and daughter Gina Fasciano Hogan are preparing to move their popular restaurant, Angelo’s.

The Wichita Eagle

If you’re one of many Wichitans with an Angelo’s addiction issue, you’ll want to get your fix today.

Saturday is the last day for the local Italian restaurant at 5231 E. Central, where it’s been operating since it returned in 2016 after a 10-year hiatus. The owners — Jack Fasciano, son of restaurant founder Angelo Fasciano, and Jack’s daughter, Gina Fasciano Hogan — are preparing to move to a newer, bigger spot.

Today, they plan to stay open for curbside

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Well-known Canadian pot company Canopy Growth (NASDAQ:CGC) has been holding its ground despite sectorwide hurdles for the past few years. While the coronavirus pandemic did boost marijuana sales in both the U.S. and Canada, that wasn’t enough for Canopy to make a profit, in part because regulatory hurdles in Canada are still delaying the opening of legal stores. That said, things seem to be improving now.

Moreover, Canopy’s strong partnership with U.S. beverage giant Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) has been keeping its pockets deep enough to survive any crisis.

That said, the company did have to make some harsh cost-cutting decisions

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