We love slagging people and companies off, however, when there is a good word to throw in, we throw it in. The beloved donut company, Dunkin’ Donuts, does its best to serve you a fresh, hot, and awakening cup of coffee.
When a cup of coffee is ordered, you can be sure that you are receiving the freshest of the freshest. Dunkin’s motto is “If not used within 18 minutes, Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is discarded, and a new carafe is freshly brewed.” Put the kettle on, we’re coming.
Flexibility in a Sub
A food blogger named Food Babe made history and got Subway to change a recipe it had been following forever. Food Babe discovered that the sandwich chain used to use azodicarbonamide in their bread. Azodicarbonamide is a chemical that is used to produce...yoga mats.
When this horrific fact was revealed, Food Babe was not putting up with it and demanded Subway make a change to their bread ingredients. Almost 80,000 people signed a petition which eventually led the chain to buy their bread less flexibly.
He is more famous than Mickey Mouse; he is more recognized than Super Man, and he is the most prominent animated figure in the world. More than 95% of the children in the world spot him from a distance — he is Ronald McDonald.
The fast food chain's animated figure is the most notable cartoon in the world and is not always associated with burgers or fries. Next in line is Santa Clause.
Living in the Red Stuff
Let's talk tomato sauce. There is more than just tomatoes than the eye can see. Papa John's and Domino's (and all other pizza chains, for this matter) are nourishing fly egg farms in their tomato sauce without even knowing.
Apparently, there are likely around 30 fly eggs in every 100 grams of sauce, together with at least one maggot. So, let's thank the pizza places for giving us more protein, and let's think very carefully before ordering pizza next time.
Chipotle Was Never Meant to Be
When Chipotle founder Steve Ells initially planned to open a dining place, he wanted a fine dining restaurant. He imagined men arriving in suits and ties and never thought he would eventually own a fast food chain. If he had enough money at the time, Chipotle might have never happened.
He established Chipotle, hoping the fast food establishment would earn him enough money to make his fine dining dream come true. However, his burritos were so good and so popular the customers came running back for more.