Tainted Powdered Milk in China and The World's Largest Gummy Bear in Today's Eater's Digest
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A disturbing turn of events regarding an older issue: China has seen the melamine tainted powered milk resurface. The tainted product was supposed to be destroyed back in 2008 but was apparently repackaged for retail sale. Read the full story here.
In other "Top" world news, Italians don't seem to appreciate McDonalds idea of an Italian burger, The McItaly. Secretly, we don't think it sounds half bad. Watch the BBC video here.
Be on the look out for the newest flavor from the Ben and Jerry's ice cream gods, Boston Cream Pie. If anyone knows where we can get our hands on some of this now, please let us know.
Ever wonder exactly how long eggs are good for after the sell by date? Or maybe how long you should keep that bottle of salad dressing around? Bookmark this website and wonder no more.
At 9" tall, 5lbs and 12,600 calories the World's Largest Gummy Bear isn't messin' around. The monster of the candy world is however, fat free.
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