Food & Drink
Nearly 75% of customers are leaving sky-high tips when prompted on tablets or smart card readers, as opposed to an old-fashioned dollar or two dropped into a counter jar.
“This meal just cost me $78 at Newark Airport. This is why Americans think the economy is terrible,” New York Times columnist David Brooks wrote.
The random bill bump-ups are now commonplace in costly states like California.
A majority admit to staring at their phones while cooking — and even more scroll while they're actually dining.
The company, which tried to have the case dismissed, was hit with a lawsuit accusing it of "deceptive practices." On Tuesday, a judge ruled that the suit could proceed.
A young girl has vowed to never eat chocolate again after finding a disgusting creature inside an egg that was innocently bought by her dad.
Many would be surprised to learn what's actually in their favorite comfort foods and beverages -- and the rather disturbing origins such ingredients have.
The delectable delicacy first popped up in the US in 2020, according to Eat This, Not That!, returning each year since on a limited basis.
The study authors explained that the bubbles in the beer hold flavor compounds and when a bubble bursts, the flavor is released into the air — right into the drinker’s...
“I’ve seen restaurants include gratuity when it’s a large party but never for parties of 1!” said the irked patron of the apparently automatic fee.
These are popular products shoppers should examine closely if they want to avoid being scammed at the supermarket.
American Foods Group, LLC, doing business as Green Bay Dressed Beef, LLC, recalled several ground beef products shipped to three states.
McDonald's lovers on TikTok have revealed the fast food chain's ultra-secret off-menu burger -- but there's a catch.