While we're all about potlucks, this reminds us of how we felt after watching Super Size Me; we couldn't drive by a McDonalds without getting queasy for weeks months. This time, it may be the ultimate form of weight watching for those with a sweet tooth.Reports of a student pulling off a distasteful ... More >>
Ad Age broke the news that the Golden Arches will begin a campaign to teach kids better nutrition. Unless you've been living in a hole the past two decades, you'd know that the company has long been criticized by health advocates of peddling unhealthy food to impressionable minds. It has become f ... More >>
Anderson Cooper websiteThanks to the massive response from his first food intervention, producers of Anderson are milking host Anderson Cooper's distaste for all things he'd rather not eat and spun it around for the episode that aired Thursday.In an intervention that eaters of all ages could rela ... More >>
Amidst calls and petitions for McDonald's to fire Ronald McDonald and stop marketing to kids, a 57-year-old man named Don Gorske has reached a remarkable milestone: he ate his 25,000th Big Mac, 39 years after eating his first.
Flickr User JametiksThe New York Times published an enlightening article that reveals something currently happening right under our noses: food companies, trying to maximize profits during lean times, are simply giving us less product and charging the same price. They're taking advantage tha ... More >>
Surely by now you've heard about the bizarre results of the McDonald's Happy Meal experiment that hit the web this week.
If you haven't, here's the story in a nutshell: New York-based artist Sally Davies bought a Happy Meal back in April, brought it home, but didn't eat it.
Instead she put ... More >>
Keith MaySuper Girl, super flexible.First discussed in February of this year, and confirmed earlier this week, a documentary about the annual Comic-Con International in San Diego is about to go into production. The team behind it is sort of an all-star roster in the intersection of film and geeks ... More >>