Warning: These meals are hazardous to your health. Delicious, perhaps, but hazardous.
French toast with enough saturated fat to last a week, a burger with more than three days worth of sodium and a stack of seafood with more than a day's worth of calories top this year's Xtreme Eating list of meals at full-service restaurant chains.
The list is prepared by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, an advocate for healthy eating and food science.
Deserving special recognition is The Cheesecake Factory, CSPI said. Three of its menu items appear on the list: the Reese's Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake Cheesecake, Farfalle with Chicken and Roasted Garlic in a cream sauce and a pile of custard-filled French toast.
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Starbucks baristas working through college are about to get an extra boost from their employer.
The company announced it will offer both full- and part-time employees a generous tuition reimbursement benefit that covers two full years of classes.
The benefit is through a partnership with Arizona State University's online studies program. Employees can choose any of more than 40 undergraduate degrees, and aren't limited to only business classes.
It's yet another unconventional move from the upscale coffee retailer. Starbucks bucked the trend, for example, when it continued offering health insurance for both full- and part-time employees as other companies dialed back offerings and blamed Obamacare.
Read the full story - Starbucks offers workers 2 years of free college
Get ready for the tomato-mobile.
Ford and Heinz are looking at ways to make car parts out of ketchup by-products, the automaker announced Tuesday.
Heinz uses more than two million tons of tomatoes every year and produces a lot of waste from the peels, stems and seeds.
Kraft is recalling 1.2 million cases of cottage cheese that could spoil prematurely and cause illness.
The recall, announced Saturday, includes the Knudsen, Breakstone, Simply Kraft and Daily Chef brands.
Ingredients used in nearly three-dozen cottage cheese products weren't properly stored in a California facility, Kraft Foods Group said.
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