WEEK IN REVIEWS – 1/30/2016

Chick-Fil-A

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

Combine that fact with the 94 cent upcharge for ‘premium sides,’ and you might say the Superfood Side faces an uphill battle right out of the gate.(via Grub Grade)

For a real strawberry shortcake, berries (often in a sweetened syrup) are ladled over a biscuit type baked good. Some folks prefer a spongecake or poundcake but the key here is that they’re all soft and cakey. The cookie pieces in this case are made from tapioca starch, rice flour, sugar, palm oil, baking soda and some salt.(via Candy Blog)

They do not taste like Hot Cocoa & Marshmallow. They’re just a ludicrously sized version of Cocoa Puffs cereal by General Mills.(via Junk Banter)

These basically smelled like breakfast.(via Junk Food Guy)

Cool concept: Take TJ’s mostly successful potsticker/gyoza line, cross it with classic chicken soup. So basic, yet kinda genius.(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

One thought on “WEEK IN REVIEWS – 1/30/2016

  1. Chick-fil-A..was founded by a devout Christian who wanted no working on Sundays and that’s how they ran their business. He dies. Then the new CEO decides to start advertising openly on Sundays. Gets asked about it and refuses to respond. Now..they say they will cater Superbowl Sundays. I think they need to look up the word “Integrity”.

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