I don't think I ever could have imagined that, as first lady, I would appear in an episode of Billy on the Street to promote fruits and vegetables and would wind up slow dancing with Big B
Low-carb diets may still bring a lot of buzz, but when women need a snack, they're three times more likely to reach for chips, pretzels and crackers over protein-rich choices like cheese and yogurt.
When Hostess Twinkies return to store shelves next month, they’ll epitomize one of branding’s rarest feats: a return from the dead.
Coca-Cola has emerged from an extensive round of teen panels and believes it knows what those kids want from the brand—fun, "snackable" digital experiences that center on mobile consumption over desktops.
Sure, the Super Bowl is the “big game” for football fans and advertisers. But it’s also increasingly a bursting gastronomic event for Americans, so much so that the USDA classifies Super Bowl Sunday as the second highest day of annual food consumption after Thanksgiving.