Pepperoni Hot Pockets recalled after reports of consumers finding glass, hard plastic inside
Nestlé Prepared Foods is recalling pepperoni Hot Pockets because consumers reported finding pieces of glass and hard plastic inside the products. WASHINGTON – Nestlé Prepared Foods is recalling pepperoni Hot Pockets because consumers reported finding pieces of glass and hard plastic inside the products. The frozen pepperoni Hot Pockets were produced from Nov. 13 through Nov. 26. They are recalling:54-oz carton packages containing 12 “Nestlé HOT POCKETS BRAND SANDWICHES: PREMIUM PEPPERONI MADE WITH PORK, CHICKEN & BEEF PIZZA GARLIC BUTTERY CRUST” with a “BEST BEFORE FEB 2022” date and lot codes 0318544624, 0319544614, 0320544614, and 0321544614. Four consumer complaints of material in the pepperoni Hot Pocket.
Impossible Foods is speeding up new product releases and plans to nearly double R&D team, CEO says
Impossible Foods CEO Pat Brown said Tuesday that the company is speeding up its development of new meat alternatives. "Not only is the pace of new product development getting faster, but we're getting better at getting better. The company announced Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show two new products, Impossible Pork and Impossible Sausage, its first since releasing the vegetarian Impossible Burger three and a half years ago. Part of speeding up Impossible's innovation cycle includes nearly doubling the size of the company's research and development team in the next 12 months, Brown said. Shares of Impossible's rival Beyond Meat, which sells its own meatless sausage product, were up nearly 7% in morning trading Tuesday.cnbc.com
Over 50 percent of U.S. diet made up of "ultra-processed" foods
A new study finds "ultra-processed" foods make up more than half of all the calories in the U.S. diet. Also, the United Nations is highlighting the importance of a group of foods that can have big benefits for your health -- "pulses." Finally, could a bit of chocolate help keep your brain sharp? CBS News contributor Dr. Holly Phillips and Samantha Heller, a registered dietitian and exercise physiologist, join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss these health issues.cbsnews.com
Why do we like the foods we like?
What exactly influences which flavors we enjoy, or shy away from? Rita Braver gave a taste test to some Philadelphia schoolchildren, and then tested her own taste buds at a New York restaurant serving some unusual beef delicacies. Bovine testicles, anyone?cbsnews.com
Why some foods can cause a drug-like addiction
Why some foods can cause a drug-like addiction Two new studies explore how some of us may be "addicted" to food. The research suggests certain types of food may attract people the same way as heroin and cocaine. Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss which foods are most addictive.cbsnews.com
Foods that should never be refrigerated
Foods that should never be refrigerated The cold of the refrigerator can help some fruits and vegetables stay fresh longer, but they may not taste as good, and there are certain foods you should never put in the fridge. Marlie Hall reports on what should stay out of the cold.cbsnews.com
New studies reveal why we choose unhealthy foods
New studies reveal why we choose unhealthy foods Two recent studies suggest that the mind plays an even bigger role than previously thought when it comes to healthy and unhealthy eating. Derek Thompson, senior editor of The Atlantic, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss how food presentation tricks the brain.cbsnews.com