As a way to better support physical distancing, a grocery store in Colombia has hired the goodest boy to deliver groceries to patrons. Eros, an eight year old chocolate Lab, travels through the streets of Medellin with a straw basket in his mouth, dropping off goods to customers of the El Porvenir mini-market. “He helps […]

Heinz is releasing a line of what they’re calling “Good Flavoured Mayonnaises” with your options being garlic and caramelised onion, basil and parmesan, rich and creamy truffle, and lemon and black pepper. “We’re pleased to announce delicious new flavours to our Heinz [Seriously] Good Mayonnaise range. The four flavours are welcome additions to our popular [Seriously] Good […]

A San Diego Starbucks barista who was shamed by a mask-refusing customer has raised more than $90,000 in online tips as of Monday morning. According to a recent GoFundMe update, Lenin Gutierrez plans to donate some of the money, but also wants to use the funds to support his goal of becoming a dancer. However, […]

Second Cup will not be reopening in St. John’s post COVID-19. The coffee shop franchise made the announcement via Facebook. “We regret to announce that unfortunately, we will not be reopening our Avalon Mall and Stavanger Drive locations,” the post reads, citing economic struggles in 2020. “With the years recent forced closures due to SnowMageddon and […]

Rice maker Uncle Ben’s has announced they will be revamping their image in the wake of recent conversations about race. “Now is the right time to evolve the Uncle Ben’s brand,” parent company Mars said in a statement. The news came just hours after Quaker Oats likewise announced that they’ll retire their 130-year-old Aunt Jemima […]

Quaker Oats has made the decision to re-vamp the Aunt Jemima brand of pancakes and syrup in an effort “to make progress toward racial equality.” “We recognize Aunt Jemima’s origins are based on a racial stereotype,” v the company’s ice president and chief marketing officer said in a statement. “As we work to make progress […]

There are few honours that could possibly mean as much to a Canadian than having your name on a Tim Hortons cup. As a “thank you” to essential and frontline workers fighting COVID-19, Tim Hortons is launching what they’re calling “Hero Cups.” Timmy Hos is calling on Canadians to nominate their favourite “frontline hero,” for a chance […]

Residents of one New Jersey neighborhood are in a real pickle trying to figure out who keeps leaving pickled cucumbers all over their properties. “I’ve seen large pickles smushed in the street. I’ve had pickles in my yard. [My neighbor’s] had a few pickles. Everybody gets pickled. It’s crazy,” says Bound Brook resident Jill Suposs. […]

Starbucks has announced that the company plans on closing some stores and focus on drive-thru and “to-go” services. The move is said to be based on changing consumer practices as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Seattle-based coffee company says as many as 200 coffee shops across Canada and 400 in the U.S. will be closing […]

While restaurants are now able to open their doors once again, it’s not exactly “back to business.” With the threat of COVID-19 still very much present, restaurants and other food establishments are required to lower their seating capacity as to better promote physical distancing. Exile at JAG is dealing with this “new normal” by attempting […]



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