Evening Standard: You Can Now Buy Low-calorie 'skinny’ Prosecco
"The Skinny organic prosecco, which hails from Soligo in Italy’s Treviso province, claims to contain just seven grams of sugar per litre and 67 calories per glass. The launch comes as latest figures show sales of champagne have fallen flat, and drinkers are more likely to opt for a bottle of prosecco than a premium fizz. The milder taste and cheaper price of Italian prosecco is tempting drinkers away from French champagne, and sales of the former have soared in the UK." Read full story.
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The Street: Dunkin Donuts Testing Chicken and Waffles
"Dunkin' Donuts has started tests on several items across the country that are a bit fancier than its standard fare of donuts and coffee, confirms a company spokeswoman. Following a year of sluggish sales due to fierce price competition in the coffee and breakfast sandwich categories, Dunkin' could use the lift from attention-grabbing new items." Read full story.
NY TIMES: Food For Retaining Thought
"How brain-healthy a fat is tends to vary by individual, depending on precision nutrition. Despite some differences in data on effectiveness in treating a person already given a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Isaacson said, studies suggest that diets containing healthy levels of unsaturated fats may help protect against its development." Read full story.