With movie theaters shut down, people are obviously eating less movie theater snacks. This has left the farmers who supply theaters (and other venues) with a massive surplus of unsold food.
As Gov. Greg Abbott outlined his latest reopening plan last week, bar owner Greg Barrineau watched in disbelief. Abbott, who announced that Texas restaurants could expand dine-in service to 75% capacity, said bars must remain closed.
While Texas bars learned Thursday that they will have to remain closed, many bars are still finding ways to open.
Texas bars are still on the closed list, but there is a work around to open their doors and help other hospitality businesses stay afloat too.
The fast food chain has brought back its famous Ghost Pepper Wings, according to social media.
Peeps may have put the kibosh on its holiday offerings, but Oreo is fully committing to its Christmas treats.
Peeps holiday treats are going on hiatus — another consequence of the coronavirus.
Pringles is aiming to re-capture the insanity that the brand first introduced in its 2020 Super Bowl commercial by recruiting “Rick and Morty” for yet another promotion.
You might not make it to AT&T Stadium for a Cowboys game this year because of the coronavirus pandemic but you can still eat and drink like you’re at the game.
Two iconic Texas institutions are teaming up as Whataburger has become the "Official Burger of the Dallas Cowboys".
You may have ordered your last Luann platter.
Little Debbie’s beloved Oatmeal Creme Pies are being reimagined as a breakfast cereal with Kellogg’s.
Ander Christensen, who shot to viral fame earlier this week after pleading with his local city council to denounce the term “boneless wings,” has already earned praise from like-minded Americans for his valiant efforts.
The fast food chain has been creating a new “streamlined menu” to make room for new entries.
It's a chocolate French ice cream with fudge brownie chunks and chocolate flakes.
A Nebraska man passionately advocated for “boneless chicken wings” to be given a new name during a Lincoln City Council meeting.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought hard times for many farmers and has imperiled food security for many millions both in the cities and the countryside.
Remember when you were a kid and all you wanted was a big bowl of Lucky Charms' marshmallows and none of those (still sugary) space-filling frosted oat pieces?
More bars in Texas will soon be able to reopen as restaurants.
McDonald’s is bringing the heat, and the sweet, with its newest menu innovations set to drop this fall.