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.
In jest, obviously.
Is 'mac and cheese' still 'mac and cheese' if the cheese isn't melted? A brief investigation.
Moms, it's time to get in touch with your inner Ned Flanders.
Internet forecast this week: dangerously cheesy.
John Cadbury has ditched the iconic purple wrappers and chocolate eggs in favor of organic, fair-trade bars.
Say bye-bye to blue and green Trix, and to the fluorescent orange of Kraft macaroni and cheese. Many major food brands are phasing out artificial coloring.
I get it, you love the Patriots, but c'mon.
Food giant Kraft has announced that it will phase out artificial coloring in its mac and cheese products, replacing Yellow 5 and 6 with paprika, annatto, and turmeric.