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This Popular Pepsi Drink Is Disappearing From Store Shelves

Shoppers have been no strangers to shortages over the last year and a half. From people hoarding products to a lack of workers, there have been a number of factors contributing to limited stock amid the COVID pandemic. The list of products that have disappeared from store shelves includes toilet paper, cleaning supplies, at-home COVID tests, bacon, and even alcohol. Now, another popular drink is in dangerous territory. Read on to find out what Pepsi beverage is in short supply right now.

RELATED: This Beloved Lunch Staple Is Disappearing From Grocery Store Shelves.

Shoppers and retailers say

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This Popular Asian Fried Chicken Chain Is Opening 23 New Locations in 5 States

For years, it was known as a beloved late-night NYC spot where groups of friends would crowd in after a night at the bars. It’s a favorite—fans of this restaurant know there’s nothing else on the planet quite like the crunch of this hot, tender chicken, or the sweet-and-savory sauce it’s coated in. But all that was just the beginning. With locations currently in over 20 states, this Korean fried chicken chain is now invading a new segment of the country. If you know, you know: If this chain is coming to a state near you, your taste buds may

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This Applebee’s dessert got a shout-out in a popular song. Now the chain is bringing it back

Applebee’s ditched the item when it slimmed down its menu during the pandemic. But after the song came out in June and started to go viral, the chain decided to bring back the shake for a limited time starting Monday.
Casual dining chains like Applebee’s have struggled in recent years as they face more competition from fast casual brands like Panera and Chipotle, and online delivery offered through the likes of Grubhub and DoorDash. The pandemic was the latest blow. But Applebee’s is seeing sales grow again — the second quarter was its best in years. A buzzy song can
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Coke is changing the recipe of a popular drink. A lot could go wrong


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If you’ve had a sip of Coke Zero Sugar recently and thought that it tastes a little different, you’re not crazy. The company is rolling out across the United States a new version of the beverage designed to taste more like regular Coke.

Maybe you like the new flavor. Maybe you prefer the old one, but you don’t really care. Or maybe you hate it so much that you vow never to buy another Coke Zero again.

The last option should make Coke shudder and remind the company of an infamous period in its history:

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The Most Popular Junk Food in America, New Data Shows

Whether you find yourself grabbing a handful of candy at the movies or making a beeline for the chips at your summer barbecue, everyone has their particular vices when it comes to food. However, as unique as your typical junk food urges may seem to you, your munchies may have more in common with your neighbors than you think.

In honor of National Junk Food Day on July 21, researchers at Zippia, The Career Expert, compiled data from Google Trends to identify the most popular junk food snacks in each of the 50 states.

Read on to discover what

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Popular healthy foods that are actually unhealthy

For those on a diet or those who are trying to eat healthy, salads are the ultimate saviour. Super nutritious and filling, a bowlful of salad is a complete meal in itself. But if you are adding different types of dressing to it, beware, as it might be making your salad unhealthier. Most salad dressing are made with mayonnaise and other such sauces, which have added sugar and salt. Thus, always avoid adding the dressing to your salad and enjoy it in the most natural way possible.

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Winemakers to pour $4 million into Smithsonian’s popular American Food History Project

“When I look at my list of what we’ve done over the last 25 years, I’m astonished at what we’ve accomplished,” says Paula Johnson, the team’s leader. She ticks off a list: 60 oral history interviews related to wine, plus an additional 64 on brewing history and 30 on food. The museum’s food history collection includes more than 2,000 items and 136 cubic feet of archives. They’ve sponsored winemaker dinners and food history weekends, plus “hundreds of programs and events that try to build on our collections and research to bring these stories of American food, wine and beer to

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