Morning Grind

Morning Grind: June 21, 2013

Our daily morning roundup of food-related fare from around the web.

The coffee and breakfast chain owned by Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc (DNKN). will sell gluten-free cinnamon-sugar doughnuts and blueberry muffins across its U.S. stores this year, Stan Frankenthaler, the company’s executive chef, said in an e-mail.

That’s when you know a thing isn’t going anywhere for awhile- when the fast food places start doing it.


The report was issued in February, 2013 by a “short seller,” an investment firm which stands to gain financially if our parent company’s stock price declines. By its nature, this kind of firm is motivated to spread false, incomplete and out-of-context information.  Several subsequent articles and blog postings have accepted the report’s claims without questioning the motivation of the report’s author.

Celestial Seasonings denies reports that their tea contains pesticides.



The Helix cork offers an answer to these unfortunate predicaments by eliminating the need for a corkscrew. The product features a cork with a revolutionary threaded finish, coupled with a matching threaded bottle neck, that allows drinkers to both open and reseal the bottle with ease. Once resealed, the Helix creates an airtight barrier that protects the wine’s delicate flavors.

Who reseals wine is what I wanna know.


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