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General Mills Partnering With Brewery to Make HefeWheaties

General Mills will partner with Fulton a microbrewery in Minneapolis to launch a limited edition, wheat, German-styled beer HefeWheaties that will look to capitalize the iconic brand of the food giant. Wheaties are not ingredients in the new beer but its label will mimic the usual orange Wheaties box although without the signature photo of an athlete on the front. The collaboration of Fulton and General Mills grew from the fact a few of the founders of the microbrewery also worked at General Mills, which is headquartered in Minnesota’s Twin... 
 

Losses May By Eminent For American Apparel Investors (NYSEMKT:APP)

Investors in American Apparel are watching nervously to see if the troubles at the company will result in them losing their investment. The retailer recently announced that it does not have the funds to continue operations next year. This means that the company will have to find new financing or raise money before it runs out of funds. Shares of the company’s stock fell sharply after the announcement. American Apparel warned that investors could suffer big losses on their investments if it does not come up with a solution to its issues quickly.... 
 

Burger King Joins Trend Toward Spicy With Fiery Chicken Fries

Burger chain Burger King hopes some heat helps it finish off its summer with some strong sales. After chicken fries played a big part in boosting sales of same-stores by 6.7% during the second quarter, Burger King will introduce a spicy version of this cult favorite in the U.S. during this week. The thin fried chicken strips are flavored with black and cayenne pepper and were created to appeal to the spice seekers, said the CMO of the burger maker Eric Hirschhorn. He added that they wanted to make sure it work for people who like to eat spicy food,... 
 

Netflix Extends Maternity and Paternity Leave to One Year

Netflix announced last week that it was changing it leave policy for maternity/paternity to give new parents as much time off, which is paid, as they need in the first year following the birth of their baby or when they receive one who is adopted. This move comes as Microsoft was updating its policy for maternal/paternal. It was reported that Microsoft would extend its paid leave for mothers and fathers to 12 weeks, with an option of an additional eight as maternity disability leave. In a prepared statement on Wednesday, Microsoft announced that... 
 

Hershey Posts Flat Sales for the Quarter, Forecast Cut

Hershey Co the chocolate maker reported sales that were flat for the quarter for just the first time in over five years, as its volumes dropped in North American due to hikes in price and demand was weaker across China. The maker of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Hershey’s Kisses also lowered its sales forecast for the full-year. It was the fourth time the company has cut its sales forecast. Slowing growth in the China economy has weakened the spending on consumer items that are non-essential, including Hershey’s Kisses, which make popular... 
 

Disney Fails To Meet Expectations For 3Q (NYSE:DIS)

Walt Disney Co. saw its shares fall after the company failed to meet expectations on earnings for the third quarter. In its fiscal third quarter, revenue for the company totaled $13.1 billion, below analysts’ estimates of $13.22 billion. The difference between the two numbers was mostly due to unfavorable exchange rates. The company reported that quarterly profit increased 11 percent to reach $2.48 billion, or $1.45 a share. Analysts had expected $1.42 a share in profit for the quarter. After the earnings announcement, Disney’s shares fell about... 
 

Time Warner Keeps Profit Forecast for Full Year

Time Warner Inc was down over 4.1% as the huge media company kept its profit forecast for the full year unchanged following an earnings report that topped estimates of analysts by a hefty margin during the last quarter. Maintaining their guidance following earnings for the second quarter of 22 cents per share higher than the predictions suggests that the estimates for the second six months of the year might be too high to reach, said one Wall Street analysts. Shares were down 2.7% as of 10:00 a.m. Wednesday morning. The release of Batman: Arkhaam... 
 

Noble Energy Beats on Profit as Production Increases

Gas and oil producer Noble Energy Inc reported a profit for the quarter that was better than had been expected as higher production was able to offset the huge impact of a drop in the price of crude. Noble announced on Monday that total sales volumes were up 3% for the quarter to just over 299,000 barrels per day of oil equivalent. The company raised its forecast for sales volume for the rest of 2015 to between 305,000 and 320,000 from its prior forecast of between 300,000 and 315,000. Noble and other companies that produce gas and oil have used... 
 

Bank in Colorado Suing Fed Over Marijuana

A bank in Colorado sued the U.S. Federal Reserve, as the federal agency did not give permission to the bank to provide financial services to businesses that are dealing in marijuana. Denver’s Fourth Corner Credit Union filed its suit on Thursday against the Federal Reserve’s Kansas City branch, which supervises all banks in Colorado. That branch denied the request of the Fourth Corner to allow it to operate within the federal banking system. In 23 states, medical marijuana is now legal and in Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and the District... 
 

Whole Foods Hit by Bad Press on Overcharging

Shares at Whole Foods tumbled on Thursday after the grocer posted bad news in its earnings report for the quarter. The company announced soft sales growth in comparable stores, admitting that bad press that surrounded a recent scandal related to overcharging had weighed on its sales during a time when it has been struggling to compete against the huge proliferation of organic and natural offerings at other grocers that are more mainstream. It also missed estimates on earnings on both its top line and bottom and gave guidance for its fourth quarter... 
 

GrubHub Increases Its Outlook for 2015 as Profit Surges

GrubHub Inc announced on Tuesday that it raised its guidance for the 2015, as the food ordering and delivery online company reported that earnings had soared during the second quarter. For the full year, GrubHub is projecting its earnings prior to taxes, interest, amortization and depreciation will be between $104 million and $112 million, with revenue reaching between $358 million and $364 million. Those figures are up from its estimate previously of between $101 million and $109 million with revenue of between $346 million and $361 million. For... 
 

Discovery Communications, Comcast Reach Agreement On Distribution (NASDAQ:DISCA)

Discovery Communications and Comcast have announced that they have reached an agreement on a new distribution pact. The distribution pact regards the carriage of Discovery’s 12 U.S. networks on Comcast cable systems. Those networks include Animal Planet, Discovery and TLC, three of Discovery’s most popular networks. The old distribution pact between the two companies reportedly expired last month. As part of the pact, Comcast can include Discovery’s networks in its TV Everywhere service for Comcast Xfinity customers. The TV Everywhere... 
 

Amazon Passes Walmart in Market Value

When Amazon posted its earnings for the second quarter investors were looking for one thing – profit. Amazon did not disappoint sending the price of its stock up nearly 19% during trading after hours and securing its new place as the world’s largest retailer by market capitalization, knocking the former holder of first place, Walmart, down a notch from the perch it held for a number of years. The company was valued during trading after hours on Thursday at $267 billion and Walmart was sitting at $233.5 billion. The increase in share value reportedly... 
 

U.S. Jobless Claims at a Four Decade Low

The fewest Americans in the past four decades filed last week for benefits of unemployment, continuing to lower the surge of early July that was likely tied to the mid-year shutdowns in factories and vacations at schools. Jobless claims plummeted to 255,000, a drop of 26,000 for the week ending July 18, the fewest claims since November of 1973, said a Labor Department report in Thursday. The forecast of economists was for 278,000. The volatility is typical during this part of the year as auto factories retool to prepare for the new models for the... 
 

Harley-Davidson Sales Stall Causing Earnings to Sputter

On Tuesday, Harley-Davidson said revenue and profit slid during the most recent quarter, although earnings were still better than what Wall Street had expected. Shares, which slid this year by 17%, were up Tuesday 3.6% in trading before the bell. The company, based in Milwaukee, said that worldwide dealer sales of its new motorcycles were lower by 1.4% during the quarter that ended during June, in comparison to the same period one year ago. Dealers in the U.S. sold 57,790 motorcycles, which was down from last year during the same period of 58,220,... 
 

IBM Reports Revenue Drop For 2Q (NYSE:IBM)

IBM’s overall profit and revenue declined in the second quarter of its fiscal year. IBM reported that its revenue fell 13 percent in the quarter. This was the 13th consecutive quarter of slipping revenue for the company. The second-quarter revenue fell short of the average estimate of Wall Street analysts of $20.9 billion, as compiled by Thomson Reuters. IBM reported a 17 percent decline in net income for the quarter, falling to $3.5 billion. It delivered earnings per share from continuing operations of $3.84 a share. That was above the consensus... 
 

T-Mobile Paying $17.5 Million for FCC Investigation

T-Mobile was ordered to pay a fine of $17.5 million after it did not comply with the FCC standards as well as not notifying the regulatory agency of two specific outages in August of 2014 of the mandatory service of 911. This in turn has caused the company to become under much scrutiny and facing mandates changes. On July 17, the Federal Communications Commission announced the $17.5 million T-Mobile fine for not addressing the two national outages that lasted close to three hours in duration on August 8 of 2014 that affected the response communications... 
 

Honeywell Profits Pass Estimates Thanks to Cost Controls

Honeywell International Inc has posted an increase that was better than had been expected for quarterly profit as the climate control systems and aircraft parts maker reined in its costs amidst declining sales. Shares of Honeywell were up 3% in trading on Friday after the company raised its low end of its forecast full-year earnings. The company, which has amongst its customers Bombardier and Boeing Co, has slashed jobs and sold or merged a number of businesses to lower costs. Honeywell’s expenses fell by 7% during the quarter, lifting its operating... 
 

Greek Pharmacists and Civil Servants Go on Strike

Pharmacists shuttered their businesses in Greece Wednesday, while civil servants walked off the job protesting against the new bailout agreement that saved Greece from going bankrupt but imposed strong reform in a nation already racked with crisis. Protesters were marching against the austerity measures in Athens on Wednesday holding banners that read “Cancel the Bailout” and “No to the EU, IMF and EU” policies. However, just a few thousand showed up for the early rallies. There were more marches planned for later Wednesday but opposition... 
 

Lego Bricks Finally Getting First Makeover in Decades

The ease of working with the interconnected bricks by Lego is the big reason the toymaker based in Denmark is one of the largest companies in the sector today. However, Lego is on a quest of 15 years in tinkering with such success. Lego has put together a team to find the bio-based alternative to its plastic that is petroleum based that it has been using for decades. The blocks have become a huge contributor to the carbon footprint of the company. The story was first told by a large national newspaper in the U.S. Lego in June committed more than... 
 

Diabetes Affects Brain Function and Thinking Skills

A study that has just been published in the online journal Neurology indicates that people suffering from type 2 diabetes also demonstrate a drop in cognitive skills as well as the ability to regulate their blood flow to their brain. This is due partly to inflammation, which is one of type 2 diabetes’ common components. Normally, blood is distributed by the brain as needed to areas where there is increased neural activity, In people that suffer from diabetes however, that process can become impaired. For the recently published study, researchers... 
 

Microsoft Announces Another Round Of Layoffs (NASDAQ:MSFT)

Microsoft has announced that it would be undertaking another round of layoffs, cutting up to 7,800 jobs, mostly from the mobile phone business recently acquired from Nokia. Microsoft’s current chief executive, Satya Nadella, announced a broad rethinking of the company’s phone strategy on Wednesday. The company will also be writing off nearly all of the value of the Nokia acquisition. Microsoft said it would take a $7.6 billion accounting charge during its fourth fiscal quarter related to its acquisition of Nokia’s handset operations. Microsoft... 
 

PepsiCo Revenue and Profit Beat the Street

PepsiCo Inc has reported quarterly sales and profit that was better than had been expected. The soft drink beverage maker raised its forecast for adjusted earnings for the year as its higher prices have helped drive its revenue growth in the beverage business for the second time in close to four years. The shares at PepsiCo were up 3% in trading just after the bell on Thursday. PepsiCo like other makers of soft drinks has been battling dropping sales in soda in the U.S. with customers opting for drinks that are healthier and more ingredients that... 
 

FBI Reportedly Raids Home of Jared Fogle Subway Spokesman

State and federal investigators reportedly served a search warrant at the home of Jared Fogle in Indiana Tuesday morning. Fogle is a spokesman for Subway who famously was able to lose over 200 pounds by eating only the sandwiches made by the company. Sources at the FBI told a local television stations that the Tuesday raid had been part of an investigation into child pornography. It comes after Russell Taylor the former Jared Foundation director was arrested on charges of child pornography earlier in 2015. Taylor was in custody on May 6 when he... 
 

Toshiba Markdown on Profit Nearly Doubles Its Prior Estimate

Toshiba Corp will likely mark down its operating profit from the past by as much as 100 billion yen or $814 million, which is nearly double its estimated restatement made earlier, due to accounting irregularities, said a person close to the situation. In what could be shaping up to be the biggest Japan corporate debacle since the Olympus Corp one in 2011, an independent Toshiba appointed panel has investigated the electronics giant’s infrastructure after a financial watchdog in Japan warned of possible irregularities in finances during February. Toshiba... 
 

Prices of Oil Fall on Shale Supply

Oil prices dropped on Friday over concerns of the resilient crude production in the U.S. and a deal between the West and Iran that would unlock millions of barrels of oil to the world market that is already oversupplied. The number of oil drilling rigs in the U.S. increased this week by 12 to reach 640 snapping a run of 29 consecutive weeks of declines. The rig count, which investors see as proxy for oil industry activity, has dropped sharply since the prices of oil headed downward in 2014. The oil output in the U.S. however has been strong and... 
 

Macy’s Cuts Ties With Donald Trump After Controversy (NYSE:M)

Macy’s has decided that the company would no longer do business with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump after he made controversial statements denigrating Mexicans and immigrants. Trump called Mexican immigrants rapists and drug runners in a speech in which he announced his intention to run for president. He then doubled down on those remarks on Twitter. Macy’s released a statement that said, “We are disappointed and distressed by recent remarks about immigrants from Mexico. We do not believe the disparaging characterizations portray... 
 

Profit at General Mills Cut in Half by Impairment Charge

General Mills Inc, which makes Betty Crocker brownie and cake mixes and Cheerios cereal, said profit for the fourth quarter halved due to recording a charge of $260 million to write down its value of one of its canned and frozen vegetable businesses. An assessment of its brand Green Giant, showed the market value of the business was lower than it the carrying value, announced the company on Wednesday. General Mills put Green Giant up for sale in March, said people close to the matter. Shares at the company were up 0.5% to $56 in light trading early... 
 

Pending Home Sales in U.S. Reach Nine Year High

This is the latest sign that the housing market will gain traction following a shaky start to this year. An indicator that is forward looking of home sales was up to its highest level for the past 9 years during May. On Monday, the National Association of Realtors said its index for pending home sales was up 0.9%, its highest mark since April of 2006. This index tracks the signing of contracts, which usually will close within a two-month period. The index for April was revised downward by the NAR. Economists had estimated that the increase in May... 
 

Skinny Jeans Not Just Uncomfortable But Also Dangerous

Skinny jeans have made the headlines recently and not only for good things. A woman in Australia who is 35 apparently was stuck inside her skinny jeans and was forced to be admitted to the hospital according to a magazine. Someone found her lying on the ground and rushed her to a nearby hospital, Apparently the skinny jeans she had one while helping a person move from one apartment to another and the repeated overall movement and squatting caused her muscles to swell in her legs. The woman began to feel numbness in her feet and fell to the ground... 
 

Match.com Operator and Tinder Being Spun Off

IAC or InterActiveCorps the media conglomerate announced Thursday that it was planning an initial public offering for Match Group its online dating business. The offering of shares newly issued would spin off the different variety of dating websites and accompanying apps under the banner Match Group including OkCupid, Tinder and Match.com. Barry Diller the Senior Executive and chairman of IAC said the he has long felt as the entities grow into maturity it is healthy to have them separated and independent from the parent company. The IPO would consist... 
 

Whole Foods Accused Of Systemic Overcharging (NASDAQ:WFM)

Whole Foods Market is facing accusations from a New York City agency that the company has been systemically overcharging its customers for its goods. New York City’s Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) reported that an ongoing investigation had found evidence of the overcharging at Whole Foods stores across the city. The investigation was first reported by the New York Daily News. Throughout the investigation, 80 different package types were tested and all were found to have mislabeled weights. The products tested included prepackaged meat, dairy,... 
 

Olive Garden: Sales Increase as Discounts and Gas Prices Fall

Olive Garden posted quarterly sales that increased by 3.4% at its established restaurants as customers spent more money at the Italian chain that has been struggling. Darden Restaurants, the parent company, has moved away from heavy discounting that the restaurant relied on to increase traffic. Included in those deep discounts were promotional entrees that cost $9.99 or $10.99. However, CEO Gene Lee said the Never Ending Pasta Bowl would remain. The chain was helped thanks to lower prices of gas. More people ordered appetizers and wine, said the... 
 

Altice the European Telecom Offers $11.4 Billion for Bouygues

Altice SA the telecommunications company based in Europe has offered approximately $11.4 billion to acquire Bouygues Telecom the mobile operator based in France. The deal could face some stiff hurdles from regulators in France, as it would lower the number of mobile operators in the country to 3 from its current 4. Altice, which is controlled by Patrick Drahi the French cable magnate, made the offer for Bouygues Telecom almost 10 days ago. It would include the merging of the unit with the French operations of Altice, known as Numericable-SFR. Bouygues... 
 

Shareholders at Office Depot Approve Deal with Staples

Shareholders with Office Depot overwhelmingly approved a proposal for competitor Staples to acquire the company, based in Boca Raton, Florida. The shareholders vote was in favor of the company’s acquisition during the annual meeting, according to the vote count. The final vote count is expected to be released on June 22 in a regulatory filing. In the agreement made between the two companies, Office Depot shareholders will get cash of $7.25 per share and 0.2188 of a share of Staples stock for each share of Office Depot owned. This transaction should... 
 

Golden State Defeats Cleveland to Win NBA Finals

The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 of the NBA Finals to win the NBA Championship. It is the first time since 1975 the franchise has won the NBA title. Players formed a mob at center crowd following the final buzzer on Tuesday night as silence fell on the Cleveland crowd who watched their team fall to defeat. The Warriors trailed in the series 2-1 after Game 3, but roared back to win three straight countering every Cavaliers move and all the points, assists and rebounds that LeBron James could make. Stephen Curry... 
 

Starbucks Shuttering All La Boulange Bakery Locations (NASDAQ:SBUX)

Starbucks has announced that it would be closing all 23 of its La Boulange bakery locations over the next couple of months. The closures include 22 La Boulange retail outlets in San Francisco and one in Los Angeles. Starbucks is also closing two manufacturing plants serving the La Boulange bakery cafes. Pascal Rigo, the French baker who founded La Boulange, will be leaving Starbucks as well. In 2012, Starbucks paid $100 million to buy La Boulange’s owner, Bay Bread Group. The bakeries made products like blueberry scones, iced lemon pound cakes... 
 

Colt Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Seeks Quick Sale

Colt Defense LLC the iconic gun maker based in Connecticut filed late Sunday for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, allowing for the quicker sale of its operation in Canada and the U.S. In the filing, the company estimated its assets as well as liabilities to be between $100 million and $500 million. The company said it was able to secure financing in the amount of $20 million from its lenders and will continue its operations while under bankruptcy protection. The complete restructuring process should be completed in less than 90 days, of which afterwards... 
 

YouTube Launching Online Gamers Site and App

YouTube Gaming is to be a destination to find gaming videos, Internet personalities and live streams. YouTube wants to win over gamers. The video giant online announced its plans before the Electronic Entertainment Expo next week to launch a separate site and app specifically for video games fans. Alan Joyce the product manager for YouTube said through a prepared statement on Friday that the new site – YouTube Gaming – will be a new destination for users looking for gaming videos, Internet personalities and live streaming. The site and app will... 
 

Luxury Goods Industry Facing Inequality and Resentment

Johann Rupert the Richemont chairman that owns Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier gave the luxury goods industry a scare this week as he warned of the damage the industry is facing from the increasing inequality in wealth and the resentment amongst the have-nots for those flaunting luxury jewelry and watches. He told attendees at the FT Business of Luxury Summit held in Monaco that he is kept awake nights about how society will cope with envy and unemployment, class warfare and hatred. He discussed his fear there was an artificial intelligence that... 
 

Lululemon Increases Revenue and Profit for Full Year

Lululemon Athletica Inc increased its revenue and profit forecast for the full year, the most recent sign the yogawear retailer based in Canada is recovering from turmoil caused by the recall of yoga pants that caused great embarrassment due to being too sheer in 2013. The company reported as well a profit that was better than had been expected for the eighth consecutive quarter, which helped send its shares up more than 3% in Tuesday premarket trading. Lululemon is going through a turnaround that is improving quality, expanding its line of products... 
 

Ajay Singh Investing More in SpiceJet Fleet

With the fortunes of India based SpiceJet moving up again, its main supporter and chairman Ajay Singh will look into putting more money into an expansion of the fleet, even as he is exploring a number of options for investment. Singh is one of the original co-founders of the airline. Thus far, he has invested large sums of money into the no-frills carrier since he took back control in December of last year after a huge crisis hit the business. Under a plan to boost its fortunes, SpiceJet’s most important priority at this time is to regain the... 
 

Steam Machines Launched by Cyberpower and Alienware

The first two Steam Machines are now available for pre-order. Cyberpower and Alienware two makers of PCs have each announced they have new machine that will be sent to buyers during October. Both companies are offering the machine in the hope of bringing PC gaming, to much wider audience. Several different Steam Machines are set to become available later this year, an attempt by Valve the games publisher to compete with consoles like PlayStation and Xbox. Many analysts still are not yet convinced they will pose a threat to the well-established brands... 
 

Instagram Launches Fully Developed Ad Platform

Instagram’s ad business just got a boost thanks to Facebook. Instagram’s Today photo-sharing app is opening up to millions of advertisers potentially interested in sharing ads on the app. The photo-sharing app is very popular, more than 300 million users. New technology, more ad styles, and sophisticated targeting tools from Facebook have been added to the app to make it more attractive to advertisers. Instagram posts will now have Shop Now, Book Now, Download, Learn More and Sign Up links. The goal of the ad design has been to add commercial... 
 

Alerts Issued by Interpol After Blatter Resigns

On Wednesday, Interpol issued wanted people alerts for four corporate executives and two former senior officials with FIFA, just a day after the surprising resignation of Sepp Blatter the President of soccer’s world governing body. As more questions over corruption at FIFA have renewed the scrutiny on the winning bids for the World Cup of Qatar and Russia, officials from each country insisted that the right to host those games was not being threatened. Blatter, who was in charge of FIFA for the past 17 years, was seen as an influential and towering... 
 

Gannett Acquires Eleven News Organizations

Gannett Co, the largest newspaper business in the country announced on Monday that it had acquired 11 new organizations including the El Paso Times. The 11 are in Texas, Pennsylvania and New Mexico. In this deal, Gannett takes 59.35% of the Texas-New Mexico Newspaper Partnership that it did not already have, by assigning its own 19.49% to Digital First in the California Newspapers Partnership and cash. That gives Gannett ownership of 100% in the Texas-New Mexico business and no ownership in California. Sergio Salinas the CEO and President of the... 
 

Bristol-Myers Shares Hit Hard from Results on Cancer Drug

A new cancer drug from Bristol-Myers Squibb that works through unleashing the immune system of the body extended the survival rates for patients with lung cancer compared with chemotherapy during a clinical trial. However, the trial’s results were short of expectations on Wall Street and shares of Bristol-Myers tumbled on Friday. The pharmaceutical giant’s stock was down 6.6% after the results of the study for Opdivo had been released during the afternoon. Analysts said the survival benefit overall was smaller than was expected and that the... 
 

Apple Enhancing Mobile Payment Offerings (NASDAQ:AAPL)

According to sources close to the company, Apple will announce details about enhancing its Apple Pay mobile payments platform at its software conference next month. As more consumers show that they are willing to make purchases using smartphones, Apple and other companies are competing to establish dominance in the market. Forrester Research predicts mobile payments will continue to grow rapidly, rising in the United States to $142 billion by 2019 from $52 billion in 2014. Apple introduced Apple Pay last October, effectively increasing consumers’... 
 

Abercrombie & Fitch Miss Expectations With Results

On Thursday, struggling retailer Abercrombie & Fitch reported a drop in revenue and loss that was wider than had been expected during its first quarter, although the teen retailer said it is expecting to see sales trends improve during the year. Arthur Martinez the Executive Chairman said during a news release the results for the first quarter had been pressured by both external and internal factors, but that the company saw some sequential sales improvements, in particular within the Hollister brand. Martinez said sales at Abercrombie’s continued... 
 

Taco Bell and Pizza Hut Eliminating Artificial Ingredients

Taco Bell and Pizza Hut announced that they are eliminating the artificial flavors and colors, which makes them just the most recent big company in the fast food industry to put a distance between themselves and ingredients consumers might not find too appetizing. Instead of Taco Bell using ingredients that give a product “black pepper flavoring,” it will be using real black pepper for its beef, says the chains food officer. The chain that features Mexican-style food also announced that Yellow # 6 an artificial dye will no longer be used in... 
 
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