Turns out, washing your hands might just be more effective than wearing a face mask.
Burn in hell, Creme Egg mayonnaise.
The hazelnut spread giant argued that it sources its palm oil sustainably.
Made with fermented mango, Granny Smith apples, fennel, and all manner of Indian spices, it provides the tangy crunch essential to any sandwich.
Nutella, the thick, dark spread and crown jewel of the Ferrero empire, has legions of fans around the world, whose borderline addiction fuels sales to the tune of $2.46 billion annually for the spread alone.
Kyoto-based Spread is so sure of human farmers’ eventual obsolescence, they’ve announced their plan to unveil what they claim will be the world’s first fully automated, large-scale lettuce factory by the summer of 2017.
A German furniture and fittings specialist has invented a “Nutella Lock” that fits onto jars and prevents flatmates, children, or any other morally bankrupt subspecies from accessing your hazelnut spread.
The Gentleman's Relish has always been more than just a condiment: It's a relic of colonial decadence and the faded prevalence of public drunkenness in Britain.
Addicted to the funky, salty spread? Rejoice—it now comes in small jars specially designed to combat the frequent confiscations of the stuff at the UK's airports.
France’s Ecology Minister Segolene Royal warned this week that the world’s denizens need to learn to live without, or at least with less of, the beloved spread.