Bills Bagels Available at Balsam Bagels!

January 17, 2022

Western New York showed its “Bills Mafia” pride over the weekend, and local bagel shop, Balsam Bagels, joins the fanbase. The local shop has been offering “Bills Bagels” for the second year in a row. These ​​blue-and-red dough bagels were created in celebration of the Buffalo Bills’ winning seasons and playoff runs. In keeping with […]

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FDA Drops Regulations For French Dressing

January 14, 2022

After more than 70 years of regulation, the federal government has decided that French dressing no longer needs to be regulated. The FDA stated: “When the standard of identity was established in 1950, French dressing was one of three types of dressings we identified.” According to the FDA, French dressing was the only pourable dressing […]

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New York Seeing A Cream Cheese Shortage Which Means Cheesecakes Could Be Too

December 10, 2021

If you love cheesecake let me give you the heads up now you might be seeing less of it in stores and restaurants. The reason is due to a shortage of cream cheese. Yep… Labor shortages, supply chain issues, and the demand for cream cheese have significantly increased. More people are eating at home due […]

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Nation Chain ‘Crumbl Cookies’ opens in Henrietta

October 29, 2021

Looking for a new sweet spot? Try out the national chain ‘Crumbl Cookies’ that opened yesterday. This is the first store in New York State, located in Henrietta at 100 Marketplace Drive. Every week, ‘Crumbl Cookies’ will offer four different gourmet cookies on its shelves, as well as freshly baked chocolate chip and sugar cookies […]

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Memorial AME Zion Church Hosting Food Drive

October 26, 2021

Memorial AME Zion Church is hosting its first holiday food drive this season. The church is collecting non-perishable holiday foods that will be used for holiday baskets. The community can to drop off the items they buy on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 549 Clarissa St. Beyond the Sanctuary is looking […]

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CDC: Toss Your Onions!

October 21, 2021

If you have purchased onions recently from the grocery store, you may want to have another look at them. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a salmonella outbreak is impacting 37 states, and sickening over 600 people in the US, which is all being linked to certain imported onions. The onions […]

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Man Claims Eating Raw Meat Diet Makes Him Healthier

October 13, 2021

So there is this guy who you would swear is straight out of the new season of American Horror Stories. A man from Nebraska eats raw meat like that is his diet, raw meat. His name is Weston Rowe and he is 39 years old. He said he is the healthiest he has ever been […]

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Dr. Fauci Says Halloween is a Go this Year

October 13, 2021

Time to pick out the costumes and stock up on the candy, Halloween is just around the corner. Unlike last year where trick-or-treating was technically canceled, this year according to the nation’s top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, we have the go-ahead to celebrate Halloween. The go-ahead was given since many adults as well […]

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Robots Helping Rochester Restaurants

October 12, 2021

You might have seen this all over the internet in bigger cities, but now this new potential wave of the future has hit our beloved Rochester. Yesterday, food service robots were put into action at Henrietta Restaurant Supply. These food service robots can deliver food to tables and use elevators to help places remain efficient […]

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Dunkin’ Donuts Donates Coffee to Foodlink

September 30, 2021

Wednesday marked National Coffee Day, and to celebrate America’s favorite coffee chain had a big celebration. Dunkin’ celebrated its “day” by donating nearly 300 pounds of coffee to Foodlink. The big donation from Dunkin’ stems from the “Runs for Coffee” initiative between Dunkin’ and the Rochester Red Wings. In this initiative, Dunkin’ pledges to donate […]

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