Pocky sticks with a bacon twist. Mm-hmm. Plus there’s a free temporary tattoo inside!
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Love food? Love funky prints and bold graphics? Then you’ll love this new series of sweaters from Mr. Gugu & Miss Go which feature your favorite snacks and sweets front and center. From burgers and drops to gummy bears and popcorn…you think it, they’ll most likely have it.
You could even mix and match to come up with couple-themed foodie sweaters. For example, you can pair the burger sweater with French fries or the jellies sweater with the gummy bears. Neat idea, huh?
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Corn Dog Brownies don’t sound really good, but they surprisingly look appetizing. Whip up your own batch by following the recipe in the link below.
A pizza made out of Pizza Supreme Doritos, Pizzalicious Pringles, Pepperidge Farm Flavor Blasted Xplosive Pizza Goldfish crackers, Pepperoni Pizza Combos, and pizza hummus.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of South Park, Comedy Central has teamed up with Frito-Lay to bring one of Cartman’s staple snacks—Cheesy Poofs—to life.
The Poofs will debut at Comic-Con in San Diego before shipping to Walmart stores around the country for a limited run. Each bag will retail for $2.99, and we can only hope that they didn’t simply put Cheetos puffs in a different bag.
Even though movie theaters have gotten their wish and won’t have to label their concessions with nutritional information, AMC Theaters have decided to offer their customers a healthier choice in snacks than popcorn which packs nearly as many calories as three Big Macs.
The new “Smart MovieSnacks” pack was a collaborative effort between AMC and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. For $7 customers will get a bag with Chiquita Fruit Chips, Popcorners natural air-popped chips, a bottle of Dasani water and an Odwalla Chocolate Chip Trail Mix Bar.
Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton brought up this topic last year at ShoWest, saying: “Taking this step is also great for audiences and for your business, because people want to see healthier foods in theaters, and when they do, they’ll buy them.”
Kudos to AMC for taking the first step to offer moviegoers a healthier option. Hopefully they will sell well and result in more theater chains following suit.
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