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Hostess launches new line of muffins

BY Alaric DeArment

IRVING, Texas Hostess is launching a brand of muffins to coincide with the back-to-school season, the baked goods manufacturer said Monday.

The company said the baked whole-grain muffins would provide fiber and 150 calories per serving, and will be available in blueberry, banana-nut and chocolate chip varieties.

“Hostess has been producing delicious baked goods for generations,” Hostess Brands VP snack marketing Mike Touhey stated. “As consumers continue to look for convenient breakfast and snack options to start their days off right — especially families stretched for time as they start the new school year — Hostess’ new line of muffins delivers the great taste and convenience that consumers expect from Hostess with additional nutritional benefits.”

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FDA orders nationwide egg recall

BY Alaric DeArment

SILVER SPRING, Md. Cases of food poisoning in consumers eating eggs from an Iowa-based company have prompted a nationwide recall.

The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday that it would recall some 380 million eggs produced by Galt, Iowa-based Wright County Egg due to the possibility that some may contain Salmonella Enteritidis.

The eggs are produced at all five of the company’s farms and sold under different brand names.

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The Trump Organization, Talbott Teas collaborate on line of teas

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NEW YORK The Trump Organization and Talbott Teas will collaborate to develop a line of teas under the Trump Tea brand, the two organizations said.

The blends will include “Park Avenue,” a mix of white tea, orange and raspberry; “Union Square,” a blend of black tea and vanilla; “Mar-A-Lago,” which includes fruit and Sencha green tea; and “Westchester,” made from blueberries, hibiscus, rosehips and elderberry.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Talbott Teas on this collection of tea which offers the opportunity to indulge in an affordable way,” said Cathy Glosser, EVP of the Trump Organization, part of billionaire Donald Trump’s business empire. “Our mission was to create unique blends that would make the tea-drinking experience both relaxing and luxurious.”

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