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23 марта, 20:28

Dunkin' Donuts Dumps The Coffee Coolatta, Basically Ruining Everything

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Those who found reliable refreshment in the Coffee Coolatta may be in for a long hot summer. Dunkin’ Donuts announced it is discontinuing the frozen coffee beverage. The phaseout will be completed by summer while the chain introduces the new Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee, which provides a more “authentic, energizing coffee drinking experience,” a Dunkin’ Donuts official told The Huffington Post via email on Thursday. The new drink is concocted with “a special extract that contains Dunkin’ Donuts Original Blend coffee, blended with ice and dairy,” said Chris Fuqua, senior vice president of marketing. Fuqua told a media gathering earlier this week that the reason for the Coffee Coolatta’s retirement is that it “isn’t good enough.” It wasn’t a dieter’s dream, either. Rated by HuffPost as one of the worst fast-food coffee drinks for your health, a large Coffee Coolatta packs 540 calories (860 with cream) and 102 grams of sugar.  But the decades-old menu staple has its fans, as Twitter can attest. Yes, there were tears. My actual reaction to finding out @DunkinDonuts is replacing the coffee coolatta with the garbage that is Frozen Coffee #SaveCoffeeCoolatta pic.twitter.com/ShoyVwz9pV— ShipMasterFlex (@KidNamedShippee) March 23, 2017 "@DunkinDonuts will say goodbye to its frozen coffee Coolatta....." #RIP pic.twitter.com/WvxCunPIr2— Anyssa Buchanan (@anyssab24) March 22, 2017 so Dunkin's getting rid of coffee coolatta ? what did we ever do to you ? @DunkinDonuts— anna (@aninha_babyx3) March 23, 2017 When I see that @DunkinDonuts is getting rid of the coffee coolatta pic.twitter.com/byCqYqG3gt— MBW (@MattWaters9) March 23, 2017 I don't go to Dunkin' often (see: ever), but when I do, it's to order a vanilla Coolatta and stave off imminent death. https://t.co/WBaNsnG09p— Amanda E. Newman (@AmandaENewman) March 22, 2017 FIRST OF ALL, HOW DARE U.⚡️ “Say goodbye to the Coffee Coolatta”https://t.co/Ocq1ZF60xV— Jenn Coello (@jennpaola) March 23, 2017 Literally the only thing I ever got at Dunkin' Donuts https://t.co/7Mv61QyoRT— Olivia (@poppedaollie) March 23, 2017 Saddened to hear that the Coffee Coolatta will be taken off Dunkin Donuts menus later this year. RIP Coolatta (1994-2017). Good run— Nicky Yoenis (@Nick_Oldack) March 23, 2017 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

23 марта, 16:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Castle Brands, Compañía Cervecerías Unidas S.A., Ambev S.A. and Tsingtao Brewery

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Castle Brands, Compañía Cervecerías Unidas S.A., Ambev S.A. and Tsingtao Brewery

23 марта, 11:58

Next admits mistakes as profits fall for first time in eight years

Retailer says failure to stock wardrobe staples compounded already tough trading conditionsThe retailer Next has said a failure to stock enough wardrobe staples had contributed to its first drop in annual profits for eight years.Last year the retailer sped up the way it puts together its clothing ranges to compete better with rivals such as Zara, H&M and Primark, which take weeks rather than months to take clothes from the design stage to the stores. Continue reading...

23 марта, 05:45

11 of the Most Addictive Unhealthy Foods (and Why You Can’t Stop Eating Them)

Why are the foods you love to eat the most always the worst for your health? Research explains why you can't stop eating foods that are bad for you.

23 марта, 05:45

12 Weird Food Trends Celebrities Made Famous

Ever wondered where those strange food trends started? It turns out your favorite celebrities and Hollywood A-listers might be at least partly to blame.

23 марта, 02:10

9 Old-School Exercises No Trainer Would Dream of Doing Today

Some exercises are just too far past their prime. Here are the old school staples that today's trainers don't want you to do.

23 марта, 00:11

Ride Out Market Volatility with These 4 Beverage Stocks

CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) saw a steep rise on Tuesday, escalating almost 10%. Given this widespread uncertainty, investors can go for safer stocks considering that other economic indicators are coming in positive.

22 марта, 17:40

Can McCormick (MKC) Spring a Surprise in Q1 Earnings?

McCormick & Co., Inc. (MKC) is set to report first-quarter 2017 results on Mar 28, before the market opens.

22 марта, 16:07

Everybody’s got good Neighbours – but maybe not for much longer | Maya Hattenstone

Will Channel 5 really axe the Aussie soap? We still need its sunny disposition – especially those of us who have invested 31 years in Ramsay StreetIs Channel 5 really thinking of axing Neighbours? Reading the news broke my heart. I have watched Neighbours religiously since I can remember, and it just would not seem right if it were no longer aired in the UK. After 31 years (22 of them on BBC1) the Australian soap is one of the staples of British life.Neighbours is not just a TV programme, it is a tradition that stretches across four decades and all the world’s continents – 7,563 episodes, watched in more than 60 countries, viewing figures of 19.1m in the UK for Scott and Charlene’s wedding (surely, the wedding of the 20th century), and the creator of too many stars to mention (Kylie, Jason Donovan, Guy Pearce, Delta Goodrem, Jesse Spencer and Natalie Imbruglia, for starters). Continue reading...

22 марта, 15:30

Vince Holding Corp (VNCE) Catches Eye: Stock Jumps 10.7%

Vince Holding Corp (VNCE) shares rose almost 11% in the last trading session.

22 марта, 13:45

Europe ETF (FEZ) Hits New 52-Week High

This Euro zone ETF hit a new 52-week high. Are more gains in store for this ETF?

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21 марта, 22:54

Health Savings Accounts: A Staple of Conservative Health Care Reform

Conservatives have long advocated for expanding Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) to help Americans afford health insurance. pic.twitter.com/d4aavJ8bzh — Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) March 14, 2017 Health Savings Accounts, or HSAs, are tax-free health care savings accounts for Americans with high-deductible health plans. This may sound like more beltway jargon, but HSAs are critical for helping Americans save and spend their health care dollars more wisely. The American Health Care Act would nearly double the amount Americans can contribute to their accounts, which will give you greater choice and flexibility in purchasing coverage. This idea was in the Better Way plan released last June, and it is modeled after a bill introduced by now-HHS Secretary Tom Price. That proposal was cosponsored by 84 House Republicans. Conservative leaders have long advocated for making HSAs a focal point of health care reform. Take a look: Heritage Foundation: “Health Savings Accounts offer Americans a new coverage option for their health care needs. They give them a new choice in coverage design, greater control of their health care spending, and the ability to own their own health care plans. These are all key features in moving America's health care system to a consumer-based system.” American Enterprise Institute: “HSAs should be a central component of health care in the United States. The accounts provide strong incentives for their owners to seek the best value for their health care purchases, and they provide a ready vehicle for providing additional protection against high medical expenses.” Cato Institute: “HSAs reduce government’s influence over consumers’ medical decisions by reducing the price distortions created by the federal tax code. . . . HSAs should be expanded further still to give individuals full ownership of and control over all their health care dollars.” 2017 Project: “The key to lowering health costs is to inject new life into the individual market, which has long labored under a huge government-created disadvantage. . . . we propose borrowing from the 2009 House Republican bill, from the Republican Study Committee’s recently released America Health Care Reform Act, and from the Coburn-Burr-Hatch proposal, all of which would liberalize rules regarding contributions to, and spending from, health savings accounts (HSAs).” Americans for Tax Reform: “Expanding and protecting HSAs is one component to ensuring Americans have access to patient centered health care that best fits their needs and keeps costs low.” Freedom Works: “We need to expand and strengthen patient-friendly HSAs in order to allow more Americans to save money for their own health care and to continue driving down costs.” Americans for Prosperity: “Unleashing the full potential of HSAs by allowing Americans to use the funds they have saved to pay for the type of health care they want–without the government needlessly interjecting prohibitive restrictions–is certainly a patient-centered reform.” Learn more about the American Health Care Act here, and read the full bill at passthebill.gop.

21 марта, 19:49

The Death of This Consumer Staple Has Been Telegraphed for Years

2016 will be remembered as the year bottled water finally overtook soft drinks. Should investors fret about the fortunes of soda giants Coke and Pepsi?

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21 марта, 18:11

Q1 Earnings in Focus

Q1 Earnings in Focus

21 марта, 17:19

General Mills (GIS) Beats on Q3 Earnings, Sales Fall Shy

General Mills (GIS) reported third-quarter fiscal 2017 adjusted earnings per share of 72 cents, surpassing the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 71 cents by 1.4%.

21 марта, 17:01

Return to Earnings Island

Each quarter, there is a week of earnings activity from a number of companies that report fiscal results off the beaten path.

21 марта, 17:01

What Propelled Office Depot's Shares in Past Six Months?

Office Depot (ODP) has undertaken a strategic review of its business operating model, growth prospects and cost structure to bring itself back on growth trajectory.

21 марта, 16:38

Can Avon's Transformation Plans Pull it Out of Doldrums?

The difficult times seem to be never ending for beauty products company, Avon Products Inc. (AVP) as the company's dismal top-line and bottom-line performance have become the order of the day.

21 марта, 00:00

Nigeria’s Fish Farmers Take New Paths to Profitability

For many Nigerian farmers, aquaculture means opportunity. The West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program, or WAAPP, is helping make fish farms more productive, so that they can feed more Nigerians. And with innovations like the 'Smoking King' which extend the shelf-life of one of Nigeria’s staple foods, fish farming is becoming more profitable.

20 марта, 23:22

Constellation Brands Efforts Well on Track: Should You Hold?

Constellation Brands (STZ) looks in good shape on the back of its brand strength, strategic initiatives and superb earnings surprise history.