Fighting with your S/O over the wedding gift registry? Look no further than Domino's new pizza offerings. Then, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for which Whole Foods locations will soon be closing up shop.
Get the details on these food news stories and more up ahead!
This week, Whole Foods announced they'd be closing some stores across the country.
The organic grocery store chain wants dedicate time and effort to looking at customer data to improve results of their stores. No word yet on which stores this "difficult, but prudent call" will affect.
A new study has shown the scary, shocking correlation between fleece hoodies and fish.
Fleece company Patagonia and UC Santa Barbara found that when a fleece is washed, tiny microplastics are released into the wash. Though many are filtered out, some are not - leaving them to the fish and other creatures swimming around in our oceans. Thus, these tiny plastics have been found in table salt and ocean fish caught in California.
No word yet on the effect these particles can have on the human body, but chances are, fleece isn't something we want to add to our daily diets.
Shake Shack's burgers and fries are taking over Texas.
The fast-casual chain has already posted up in Austin, Dallas, and Houston, but now has plans to settle in San Antonio. The hotspot will likely offer the usual menu, as well as Texas-centric items such as The Lockhart Link Burger, filled with jalapeño cheese sausage links.
This is all fine and well, just as long as they don't interrupt Texas' A+ breakfast taco game.
A new report may suggest the future of our food stamp system in America.
Rep. Mike Conway, chairman of the House of Agriculture Committee, recently expressed concern for the amount of soda bought by people on food stamp programs. Conway's concern comes from data that suggest that those on the SNAP program spend more on soft drinks than on any other grocery item.
This fact may threaten access to food stamps over the next few years.
Just in time for #NationalPizzaDay, Domino's has created a wedding registry to appeal to the masses of couples looking for hot menu items for wedding gifts. The pizza chain released the "gimmick" website which offers special deals such as "The Wedding Night" and "2AM Bachelor Party Feast".
Looks like the chain just started a revolution, ending newlywed feuds forever.