Food & Dining Timeline

Ben & Jerry’s BRRR-ito: Like The Choco Taco, Only Bigger

Ben & Jerry's BRRR-ito Coming April 20

Ben & Jerry’s BRRR-ito (aka “ice cream burrito”) is coming your way on April 20, according to a new ad that parodies the classic 1984 Apple Computers Super Bowl ad. “On April 20th, Ben & Jerry’s will introduce the BRRR-ito. And you’ll see why 4.20 will be exactly like ‘4.20,’” the ad reads. As Slate… Read more »

#BYOCupDay: 5 Things To Remember For 7-Eleven Slurpee Promo

Slurpee

Bring Your Own Cup Day (#BYOCupDay) — the day when the dreams of so many Slurpee fans will finally come true. USA Today reports that the “Bring Your Own Cup Day” Slurpee promo is more of an early “summer kickoff,” according to Laura Gordon, 7-Eleven’s Vice President of Marketing and Brand Innovation. It didn’t take… Read more »

Taco Bell Delivery Service: Testing To Begin ‘Late This Year’

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Taco Bell delivery service is set begin testing “late this year,” according to CEO Brian Niccol. Although the logistics of delivering fresh, hot, crispy tacos are a specific concern, Niccol said plans are in the works. As discussed on the company’s website, Glen Bell opened the first Taco Bell in Downey, California, in the mid… Read more »

McDonald’s To Test All-Day Breakfast

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McDonald’s will reportedly test an all-day breakfast menu in the coming months. Analyst Mark Kalinowski, with Janney Capital Markets, said it simply “makes sense” to include breakfast items on the regular menu. Although McDonald’s was founded in 1948, breakfast options were not available until 20 years later. As reported by McDonald’s, the concept of fast-food… Read more »

Hello Kitty Tea House Opens In Japan

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Hello Kitty has been an iconic bit of pop culture since the ’70s, when the doll was all the rage with little girls everywhere. With the familiar white, oval face emblazoned on everything from stickers to cookware, Hello Kitty has become a name everyone and their grandmother recognizes. Now, a tea house in Japan is… Read more »