Ben and Jerry’s are known for their mouthwatering and overwhelming chunks that hide inside almost all of their ice cream flavors. From dark chocolate chips to crunchy sugar-coated nuts, you can never get enough. The chunks are there for a reason and not only for their flavor.
One of the founders of the chain, Ben Cohen, suffers from anosmia, meaning his sense of smell does not perform very well, and there are many ingredients that just pass through his nose as if they don’t exist. The prominent texture of the tasteful chunks in the ice cream compensates for that and delivers a full and indulging experience.
Taco Bell and Their Version of Meat
In 1962, Glen Bell founded two fast food chains. Taco Tia and Bell's Hamburgers. Years later, the two names joined into one, and Taco Bell was born. By 1967 there were 100 Bells and today, there are more than 7000 Bells distributed worldwide. In 2011, Taco Bell was in for a bit of trouble.
It was claimed that the chain's beef filing could not be called beef as it contained a higher percentage of oats, seasoning, and many other things that were not considered...beef. They were sued, however, came to an agreement, and Taco Bell was obliged to change the wording of their ads.
How does KFC manage to keep their recipe a secret for so many years, we ask ourselves? The chain changes its employees and management every other day, and we applaud KFC for holding on to its mystery tightly locked away.
As it turns out, the 11 herbs seasoning secret is manufactured in two separate plants, each plant producing only half of the mixture. The two halves are then combined and mixed by a robot ensuring that no one holds the entire recipe. No one is going to crack this.
Flexibility in a Sub
A food blogger named Food Babe made history and got Subway to change a recipe it had been following forever. Food Babe discovered that the sandwich chain used to use azodicarbonamide in their bread. Azodicarbonamide is a chemical that is used to produce...yoga mats.
When this horrific fact was revealed, Food Babe was not putting up with it and demanded Subway make a change to their bread ingredients. Almost 80,000 people signed a petition which eventually led the chain to buy their bread less flexibly.
He is more famous than Mickey Mouse; he is more recognized than Super Man, and he is the most prominent animated figure in the world. More than 95% of the children in the world spot him from a distance — he is Ronald McDonald.
The fast food chain's animated figure is the most notable cartoon in the world and is not always associated with burgers or fries. Next in line is Santa Clause.