Faced with having to raise prices or admit they are delivering less, food manufacturers are trying to persuade consumers that they are doing them a favor.
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Unfortunately they have a bad rep. Some folks flat-out refuse to eat them, as if last night's lasagna is today's Ebola factory.
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Starbucks is giving away its new mini confections to celebrate its 40th birthday. At Dairy Queen, it's free … (we'll let you know when we find out).
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Plus you can find free glasses, BOGO meals and treats, and a mystery from Dairy Queen.
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