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What Foods Were So Undesirable That No One Bought Them?

Even with a shortage on essential supplies and store shelves being cleared out daily, these products got absolutely no love from consumers. Find out what made the list. Are you surprised?
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Bakery Makes 'Quarantine Cakes' to Save Business During Coronavirus Outbreak

The coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on the economy with many businesses, particularly small businesses, struggling to stay afloat. One bakery in San Francisco decided to take back their power by selling ‘quarantine cakes.’ Read more.
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Michelin-Rated Chef Offers Free Daily Cooking Classes on 'Kitchen Quarantine' Instagram Series

Italian chef Massimo Bottura, who is the man behind the three Michelin star restaurant Osteria Francescana, is bringing his culinary skills to the masses by streaming how he prepares his nightly dinners on social media.
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Taco Bell Expands Breakfast Menu with Three New Toasted Burritos

Taco Bell is ready to serve you new breakfast items as the fast-food chain breakfast battles intesify. The chain is adding three new breakfast items starting Thursday. Learn more about the new menu items now.
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Krispy Kreme Releases Green Donuts for St. Patrick's Day

Krispy Kreme announced that it’s bringing back the all-green O’riginal Glazed Doughnut starting March 9 and adding a full menu filled with green donuts starting March 13-17. Read more to learn about the St. Patrick’s Day treats.
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Starbucks Is Awarding 2.5 Million Prizes Over Next Month Through New Mobile Game

Starbucks will soon offer more rewards for coffee lovers. The famous coffee chain company just released a new mobile game. This gives a chance for Starbucks member to win big prizes.
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Postmates and Instacart Offering No-Contact Deliveries Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Food delivery services like Postmates and GrubHub are giving customers the option to have “no-contact” with their drivers when receiving their orders in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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Ben & Jerry’s Postpones ‘Free Cone Day’ Due to the Coronavirus Outbreak

Ben & Jerry’s has announced they are postponing their annual Free Cone Day promotion amid concerns of the spread of coronavirus. The event normally takes place on the second Tuesday of April.
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Costco Stops Offering Free Samples Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Costco has suspended serving free food samples in its stores in response to the coronavirus outbreak. While the company has not officially commented if they stopped serving the free snacks at all locations, several have confirmed the new policy.
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Mishap Causes Red Wine to Flow Through Faucets of Italian Town

Locals in the Italian town of Castelvetro saw their faucets and shower heads overflowing with red wine instead of water after a mishap at the local winery. The malfunction posed no health risks.
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