The correlation was not true for women seeing images of men.
We regret to say that you have been played.
A new study from the University of Oregon suggests that consumers who feel lonely are attracted to products showing human faces.
After seeing the company’s latest billboards—which read “The best Mexican food this side of the wall”—some people are definitely not loving the irreverence all that much.
Food that made health claims turned out to be only marginally better for you than conventional packaged foods. In fact, the study said, the differences were so tiny they probably have no significant impact on your health.
KFC is being sued by Taqueria El Amigo after the chicken behemoth ran a bunch of ads that target the Spanish-language audience and use a particular translation of its familiar tag line.
The UK seems to finally be getting serious about cracking down on sweets and junk food. The Local Government Association said that it would like to see a ban on the advertising of junk food near schools.
British restaurant chain Gourmet Burger Kitchen has been forced to take down posters in a new advertising campaign following complaints from vegetarians and vegans.
Maybe Whole Foods needs to take a page from their book and embrace its inner nihilist. After all, nothing says “Happy Holidays” quite like some Spanking the Monkey-level black comedy.
"Kittens and babies are not as powerful as mutilation and contamination." Yep, that's the takeaway from a new study that says we should all be slimming down by looking at horrible things.
Imagine a world where everything you read was desperately trying to make friends with you. This is the world of "wackaging"—the rapidly growing trend for chatty food packaging that's becoming harder and harder to swallow.
In 2014, according to many mainstream food advertisements, men only eat meat and women only consume yogurt, a stereotype that would make Gloria Steinem want to go on a hunger strike.