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General Mills is recalling five-pound bags of Gold Medal Flour.

General Mills is recalling Gold Medal flour due to E. coli concerns

General Mills announced a recall of five-pound bags of Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour with a "better if used by" date of September 6, 2020.
Trader Joe's-brands (right) beat out the mainstream brand products (left) almost every time.

We compared Trader Joe’s versions of iconic brands like Oreo, Cheerios, and Reese’s to the originals to see which is better

We taste-tested eight similar products from Trader Joe's against name-brands, and the store brand was better almost every single time.
Trader Joe's-brands (right) beat out the mainstream brand products (left) almost every time.

We compared Trader Joe’s versions of iconic brands like Oreo, Cheerios, and Reese’s to the originals to see which is better

We taste-tested eight similar products from Trader Joe's against name-brands, and the store brand was better almost every single time.

Cheerios maker General Mills shares sink after sales miss the mark

While net sales came in at $16.86 billion for fiscal 2019 — a 7% annual jump — they fell short of analysts' hopes for the quarter ending in late May.
The ice cream-inspired cereals come in mint-chocolate and classic vanilla flavors.

A new Drumstick ice cream-inspired cereal basically lets you eat dessert for breakfast

The ice cream-inspired cereals come in mint-chocolate and classic vanilla flavors.
Blueberry Cheerios feature blue-colored cereal bits.

Blueberry Cheerios are here to turn your milk bright blue

These colorful Blueberry Cheerios are brand new this spring and they're going to be a permanent flavor in the General Mills line-up.

General Mills is recalling Gold Medal flour that may have been contaminated with salmonella

General Mills is recalling five-pound bags of its Gold Medal Unbleached Flour due to salmonella concerns.
Online food delivery is in a period of rapid growth.

Millennials are cooking less and less, and it could cause a crisis for America’s biggest food companies

A new report done by UBS estimates that home cooking could fade away as millennials increasingly choose to order in. Global online food ordering could grow to $365 billion by 2030, the report said.
So many deliveries, so few truck drivers.

There’s a critical shortage of truck drivers in the US, and it’s causing everything from delayed Amazon orders to more expensive groceries...

There's a nationwide shortage of truck drivers that's costing retailers and manufacturers more for shipping, and they're passing some of those costs on to consumers. As a result, online retailers like Amazon are taking longer to ship, and certain retail brands may cost more in stores.