Literally no one puts it on salad.
Last week, Unilever announced that it was closing the 160-year-old Colman’s Mustard factory in Norwich. Like Twinings tea and HP Sauce before it, this proudly “British” brand will now be manufactured abroad.
Jars labeled as pork gravy might accidentally contain unlabeled soy and milk. In other words, Trump's America.
The Advertising Standards Authority was not happy with Heinz’s latest TV advert.
Three men accused of whistleblowing on tax dodging schemes that saved multinational companies millions of dollars could face up to five years in jail and a €1.25 million euro fine.
We can’t all be in County Mayo for St. Patrick’s Day. Some of us have to make do with an artery-clogging breakfast in O’Neill’s, the Guinness-slopped Irish chain pub found on most British high streets.
With pressure from a major food company, Israel's Health Ministry recently ruled that Heinz's famous tomato ketchup doesn't contain enough tomatoes, and thus can't be called ketchup.
You scan a code thinking you're about to enter a contest, and the next thing you know you're assaulted by boobies and dicks.