Plus: A new study on grocery stores and food recalls, the cooking competition show for families, and a new healthy cereal.
This week someone on Twitter posted a photo of what they thought was the “perfect” piece of toast. The internet is divided over the claim — some said it looked too buttery, while others said it was just right. Where do you stand? [Today]
A new study found that most grocery stores get an “F” grade in regards to telling customers about food recalls. Only four supermarkets out of 26 – Harris Teeter, Smith’s, Target, and Kroger — received a passing grade. [Modern Farmer]
Disney Plus is coming out with a new cooking competition show in March that’s nothing like you’ve seen before. Called Be Our Chef, the show will follow five families as they compete to make Disney-inspired dishes. Angela Kinsey of The Office will host. [Eater]
To bolster cereal sales, General Mills is betting on something different: Upping the health factor (and price). Their newest product, “Morning Summit” is made with dried cherries, almonds and whole grain cereal. The catch? At $13 a box, it costs a little less than four times the price of an average box of cereal. [USA Today]
The latest plant-based meat product to hit the market is bacon! Just like its other faux counterparts, it acts and feels like the real thing. But unlike other brands that use soy and pea protein, this new “bacon” is made out of fungus. [Fast Company]
One of the best things about Costco was that you didn’t need to be a member in order to enjoy their famous food court. You could enjoy as many hot dogs and chicken bakes as your heart desired! But rumors are circulating that this privilege will be taken away as soon as March. [Yahoo]
United Airlines announced this week that they’re going to replace Biscoff cookies with Oreo Thins. The airplane snack won’t be gone forever though – United says they’ll be rotating the cookies back in at some point. [People]