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37 snacks that will take you back to the '90s

Despite our parents' best attempts to make us eat vegetables, most kids in the '90s would've preferred to feast on junk food. And let's face it, '90s snacks were especially delectable. For your daily serving of nostalgia, take a look back at our
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7 of the best popcorn poppers for stepping up your snack game

Popcorn makes snack time pretty magical. For starters, it’s a healthy alternative to candy, cookies, and other junk food. It also doesn’t take too long to make and you can use a microwave or stove. Oh, and we can’t forget about
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It's totally fine to snack at your desk — just don't lick your fingers. Get a finger mop like an adult.

Snacking at your desk is basically proven to increase productivity at work (and if your office has free snacks in the can forget about that diet). While we'll be the first to confirm that eating three bags of Cheetos a day is a 100%
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8 snack hacks to make your next junk food feast even better

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Marketing to kids is no child's play

From: Buisness-standard By Pankaj Gupta Recommended by: business-standard Food and beverage (F
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5 ways Amazon could use Whole Foods to crush the competition

From: Mashable By Patrick Kulp Recommended by: Mashable On paper, Amazon just bought a struggling overpriced grocery chain for more than $13 billion. But the online retail giant sees much more in Whole Foods than a simple
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Gourmet food has moved into the snack food space: Vikram Agarwal

From: Buisness-standard By Sangeeta Tanwar Recommended by: business-standard In the snacks segment, new launches and investments have followed a set pattern. This has led to the growth of me-too brands, Vikram Agarwal tells