Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - May 27 2021

Newsletter 05/27/2022

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Prices are surging, but Costco and BJ's rotisserie chicken is still dirt cheap

At the grocery store, shoppers have seen food prices increase at their fastest pace in decades. Yet the price of one hot, juicy, spit-roasted favorite hasn't budged at several top chains: rotisserie chickens. Despite a 16.4% annual increase in chicken prices rotisserie chickens remain $4.99 at Costco and BJ's Wholesale Club At Sam's Club they cost a penny less than that. Meijer still sells its rotisserie chicken for $5.99, while Giant Eagle has kept it at $6.99 and Publix at $7.39. -CNN

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Saying "Happy Memorial Day"

While human instinct may prompt a person to wish someone a happy Memorial Day, there's debate over whether that's an appropriate thing to say on the somber holiday. Unlike Veterans Day which is intended to honor all those who served, Memorial Day is a time to honor those who gave their lives in service to their country. Since the word happy has joyous connotations, some people think it's inappropriate to wish someone a "Happy Memorial Day." -Newsweek.

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Walmart Apologizes for Juneteenth Ice Cream After Criticism

After several days of criticism on social media, Walmart has apologized for selling a "Juneteenth"-themed ice cream flavor, and has suggested that it may remove the Great Value-brand dessert from its stores entirely. - Foodandwine.com

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Weird Food Mashups

"Opposites attract," the saying goes. True in physics; not always in relationships. Sometimes, opposites find good reasons to hate each other. And sometimes, when two opposites are thrown together, who knows what the outcome could be? Here are a few of the new food mashups that are available now--which would you try?

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