Customers Stock Up For The Super Bowl

  A recent survey by The Nielsen Company, a global information and media company, found that nine out of 10 households plan to watch Super Bowl XLIV at home or at a friend’s or relative’s house instead of watching it from a restaurant or bar. And for their home viewing, only 5% of households expect

New York City’s New Sodium Guidelines Meet Resistance

The Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) is firing back at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene after it recently announced preliminary sodium reduction guidelines for restaurants and food manufacturers.  CCF warns that these new guidelines could cause many of America’s favorite foods to take an unfortunate turn for the bland. “The

Should Customers Pay For Air?

Gas stations in Connecticut are being called out for disobeying a law that says it’s illegal for motorists to pay for air in the state, The Day reported. Across the nation, gas stations have been adding coin-operated air compressors for the customers to use to inflate tires, but while Connecticut stations are allowed to use

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