In celebration of National Waffle Day, Comfort Inn and Comfort Suites hotels are asking breakfast lovers to raise their voices, and their forks, to help pick a new waffle flavor to be served at complimentary breakfasts at select Comfort brand hotels.
The #WhatsYourWaffle campaign kicks off today and runs through October 12, 2017.
• Entrants can vote between a trio of tempting flavors – Birthday Cake, Sweet Caramel or Cinnamon Roll – at ComfortHotelsWaffleDay.com or on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using the hashtags #WhatsYourWaffle and #Sweepstakes.
• Voters can enter a sweepstakes for the chance to win 500,000 Choice Privileges Points, the equivalent of approximately 30 free nights at a Comfort brand hotel.
• Participants can also showcase their culinary creativity by suggesting their own waffle flavor idea.
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If there’s one thing that socially responsible businesses have learned, it’s that they can’t go at it alone. Whether it’s implementing responsible sourcing initiatives or creating a positive corporate model to make an impact on sustainability, there is strength in numbers. So where did Ben & Jerry’s turn for help and inspiration for its latest ice cream flavor? Colorado-based New Belgium Brewing. Never has the phrase “polishing off a pint” been so perfectly poised in any partnership for a delicious double-entendre.
Collectively committed to making a better impact in their global communities, the two B Corp companies proudly introduced Salted Caramel Brown-ie Ale ice cream, which will be featured in Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops as well as in pints across the country as a Limited Batch flavor this fall (MSRP $4.89). The concoction consists of New Belgium Brown Ale Ice Cream with Salted Caramel Swirls and Fudge Brownies. The ice cream, arriving on shelves this month, was unveiled Wednesday evening at a Washington D.C. launch “Brew-Ha-Ha” in the confines of the historic Howard Theatre. The launch event was heralded as “a night of music, climate activism, beer, and ice cream.” Musicians Galactic and Dr. Dog performed at the unveiling of Ben & Jerry’s newest ice cream flavor to highlight climate activism.
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Calling all cheesecake fanatics! Fiber One is introducing the perfect treat to satisfy cheesecake cravings any time with new Fiber One Cheesecake Bars in Salted Caramel and Strawberry. In honor of the new, guilt-free treat, Fiber One is turning National Cheesecake Day – July 30 – into a month-long cheesecake celebration. The brand kicked off the celebration with a pop-up Cheesecake Café sampling event at Grand Central Station, in New York City on National Cheesecake Day. The cheesecake celebration will continue throughout August 2015, when Fiber One will host its own Cheesecake Appreciation Month Sweepstakes* and a partnership with Hungry Girl to give tips on guilt-free ways to indulge in the dessert.
“We are excited to introduce a guilt-free option inspired by a classic American dessert,” said Maria Lopez, associate marketing manager. “Fiber One Cheesecake Bars have cheesecake taste and texture that fulfill cheesecake cravings. This new offering is definitely worth celebrating throughout August and beyond.”
With five grams of fiber and 150 calories per individually packaged bar, Fiber One Cheesecake Bars are the perfect guilt-free dessert with the added benefit of fiber. The irresistible layers of graham cracker-y goodness and creamy cheesecake allow you to indulge in a sweet treat without fighting your instincts to fill your cheesecake cravings
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In response to the growing popularity of sweet and salty flavor mash-ups, Snyder’s of Hanover is excited to add Cinnamon Sugar and Salted Caramel varieties to its existing line of Flavored Pretzel Pieces.
Hitting store shelves this January, consumers are now offered an expanded opportunity for enjoyment beyond Snyder’s of Hanover’s traditional savory flavors. Both of the sweet and salty varieties will retail around $3.69 for a 10-oz bag.
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Seattle’s Best Coffee, together with innovative food manufacturer Inventure Foods, Inc. (NASDAQ:SNAK)—the company responsible for bringing the “at home” frozen smoothie category to life in grocery store freezers three years ago—today unveiled Seattle’s Best Coffee® Frozen Coffee Blends, available in grocery, club and mass merchandise stores nationwide. Part of Starbucks corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX), Seattle’s Best brings great coffee to new and unexpected places. The blended coffee drink category continues to grow, with U.S. sales surging to $4.3 billion last year.
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This summer, let refreshing desserts take center stage at backyard picnics, barbecues and Fourth of July festivities.
If you like to save room for dessert, this delicious Caramel Macchiato Ice Cream Pie is a crowd pleaser. A combination of smooth coffee ice cream, Dulce de Leche, Nestlé Toll House chocolate morsels and an almond graham cracker crust creates a delightfully grown-up taste.
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