Why AriZona iced tea is still 99 cents after twenty years

Why AriZona iced tea is still 99 cents after twenty years

You’ve seen the oversized AriZona Iced Tea “Great Buy! 99¢ ” can everywhere since 1998. How can they afford to make money? The .99 cent can is the advertising budget for AriZona. The cans are everywhere! The cans are advertising for the company. They sell other products in other formats where the pricing is comparable to other companies.

The world’s tiniest kitchen

The world’s tiniest kitchen

You thought your kitchen was tiny. You have seen nothing yet! Tiny Kitchen by Tastemade on YouTube will put to shame your small kitchen. Tom Thumb would eat like a king in this kitchen.
This kitchen would be ideal for the Twiddlebugs.

Saturday Morning beer?

Saturday Morning beer?

Nothing like drinking beer on Saturday morning after a hangover from the previous day of partying or a long week of work. It’s magically ridiculous as the can says.

Hell’s bells and buckets of Nutella!

Hell’s bells and buckets of Nutella!

One can never get enough Nutella. Costco sells a 6.6 lbs bucket of Nutella. Obviously, it is meant for the food service sector, but you got to wonder sometimes what people cart out of Costco. Is it for industrial purposes or personal? This bucket could feed you for a year. I do not know about shelf life but can settle any craving for a year or turn you off Nutella forever.

Shamrock Shake season is back!

Shamrock Shake season is back!

You know that Spring is around the corner when McDonald’s ushers in the yearly tradition of the Shamrock Shake to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day. Get them while you can, they will disappear by March 24.

A Brie(f) History of Cheese

A Brie(f) History of Cheese

Before empires and royalty, before pottery and writing, before metal tools and weapons – there was cheese. As early as 8000 BCE, Neolithic farmers began a legacy of cheesemaking almost as old as civilization. Today, the world produces roughly 22 billion kilograms of cheese a year, shipped and consumed around the globe. Paul Kindstedt shares the history of one of our oldest and most beloved foods.

Marshmallowy Peeps Coffee Creamer

Marshmallowy Peeps Coffee Creamer

International Delight, the makers of different flavored creamers have unleashed “Peeps Sweet Marshmallow.” Creamer has never tasted so cute. They are available for a limited time until Easter and they will hop away from shelves till next year.

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Lovemojis

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Lovemojis

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Nothing like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Lovemojis to tell your significant other or loved ones that you love them one time a year by fattening them up with chocolates.

Nutty Gripe: No Grapes or Nuts in Grape-Nuts Cereal

Nutty Gripe: No Grapes or Nuts in Grape-Nuts Cereal

Throughout the years, cereal companies have made many claims. Corn Flakes was branded as a masturbation deterrent when first created. Well, it did not stop eaters from doing the dirty deed. Post’s Grape-Nuts cereal one would think there are either grapes or nuts inside the box. It has only four ingredients: whole grain wheat flour, malted barley flour, salt, and dried yeast.