Is dark chocolate really better than milk chocolate?

Between dark and milk, should we really favor one more than another? Getty Images The square of dark chocolate is reputed to be good for the heart, morale and against stress. But does its milk version really have nothing interesting to show? The point with two nutrition specialists. If there is a divisive subject at … Read more

McDonald’s is working to eliminate its disposable packaging

By Gildas Briand Posted 4 hours ago, Update 4 hours ago The brand has designed ceramic cones for fries and for burgers, recyclable paper packaging will replace disposable boxes. Credit: McDonald’s From next January 1, the Agec law will ban single-use tableware for on-site catering. Farewell cones of fries, glasses of Coke, cups of sundae … Read more

Europe denounces the American car bonus

Brussels denounces American protectionism on its automobile industry. Alexander Filon/Oleksandr – stock.adobe.com Brussels is concerned about the bill which provides up to 7,500 dollars in tax credit for the purchase of an electric vehicle coming from an American factory and equipped with a battery produced in the United States. After being pleased to see the … Read more

UK supermarket removes best before date on 500 fresh produce

The measure, which will be applied from September, aims to reduce “the volume of food waste in British households by asking customers to exercise their judgment”, according to the chain. British supermarkets Waitrose announced Monday to withdraw the recommended use-by dates on nearly 500 products, to avoid discouraging its customers from consuming food that is … Read more

McDonald’s continues to attract customers despite menu price hikes

Although sales increased by 9.7% in the second quarter, turnover fell by 3%, in particular due to store closures in Russia and Ukraine. Fast food chain McDonald’s continues to attract customers despite price hikes for its products. Its profits, however, were dented by the closure of its stores in Russia and Ukraine and higher costs. … Read more

Sharp rise in shortages in food stores

Over one year, these ruptures increased by 1.2 points, to stand at 5.5%. They represent a loss of 3.8 billion euros for the brands. Oils, cold sauces, vinaigrettes, flours or frozen savory pies… these categories are the most strongly affected by shortages in food stores. Between May 23 and June 19, panelist NielsenIQ observes an … Read more

Report confirms link between nitrites in deli meats and cancer

The National Food Safety Agency (ANSES) recognizes “the existence of an association between the risk of colorectal cancer and exposure to nitrites and nitrates”. rainbow33 / Alamy via Reuters The National Food Safety Agency would recommend continuing the already initiated reduction of nitrite salts in ham or sausage recipes. The National Food Safety Agency (Anses) … Read more

the new CEO wants to “transform” the restaurant chain into “a popular brand”

Baptiste Bayart, at the head of the group since the beginning of the year, details his roadmap in an interview with Parisian. Bounce. After a very difficult period for Flunch, which had to close fifty restaurants throughout the territory in recent months, his boss wants to breathe new life into the family restaurant chain. In … Read more

Amber Heard’s lawyers are asking for the verdict to be overturned in her lawsuit against Johnny Depp

By Chloe Friedman Posted on 04/07/2022 at 11:20, Update on 04/07/2022 at 12:02 Amber Heard leaves the court after the announcement of the verdict of her trial. (Fairfax, June 1, 2022.) Abaca The actress assures that the evidence put forward by her ex-husband “does not hold water”, and asks that the verdict of their trial … Read more

ANSES warns against the consumption of turmeric-based food supplements

In a report released Monday, June 27, the health authority points out that the spice can be toxic, especially to the liver, if consumed in high doses. Turmeric is an ancestral spice taken from the plant of the same name. Its enthusiasts attribute a wide range of virtues to it, far from always being confirmed … Read more