The Best Walmart Frozen Foods

Will Kreznick

Walmart is the ultimate “one-stop-shopping” store—and, of course, it has a robust food section that includes a wide variety of frozen foods.

Although frozen food sometimes gets a bad rap, there’s actually no shortage of healthy options. Case in point: These are the 15 best frozen foods at Walmart.

And for more, don’t miss these 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.

Per 1 cup (110 g): 100 calories, 2 g fat (0.5 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 50 mg sodium, 10 g carbs (7 g fiber, <1 g sugar), 15 g protein

Natalie Rizzo

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Liam Charles’ recipe for Boxing Day tiffin | Christmas food and drink

Will Kreznick

It’s Boxing Day, another day of sitting around and feasting – this time, on yesterday’s leftovers. If you have any energy left, and the urge to make a simple sweet treat, I got you. My assorted chocolate tiffin is the ideal way to use up any leftover Christmas biscuits, or the dregs of a tub of Quality Street. You can knock it out in 20 minutes and leave it to chill until you’re ready for it.

Boxing Day tiffin

Prep 20 min
Chill 2 hr
Makes 12-15

225g unsalted butter, cubed, plus extra for greasing
80g caster sugar

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Is Taco Bell Joining the Fast Food Chicken Wars?

Will Kreznick

2021 is starting to feel a bit like 2019. Everyone’s talking about fast food fried chicken sandwiches again. You might even say the so-called “chicken wars” are raging on, now that KFC and McDonald’s are finally launching new-and-improved sandwiches. And now, a somewhat surprising competitor may be joining the crowded coop.

Taco Bell—fresh off of announcing the return of its beloved potato menu items—recently hinted that its gearing up to release a fried chicken menu item of its own. The Doritos Locos slinger is teasing it as a bit of game-changer. 

“I love watching the competitors,” Global Chief Food Innovation

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Could 2021 be the breakout year for cannabis-infused food and beverages?

Will Kreznick

There were big expectations for the cannabis-infused food and beverage space leading up to the start of last year. Venture capital investment was increasing, seasoned executives were jumping into the trendy space and established players pledged to launch products

But 2020 was not the breakout year for cannabis that some had anticipated. 

Although the industry made progress, the pandemic slowed down product development as many companies shifted focus to the coronavirus. Federal regulation also stayed in a gray area, with no further guidance and many questions around the space unanswered.   

But now analysts and companies are saying that

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COVID vaccines reach Long Beach food workers; teachers next

Will Kreznick

The city of Long Beach this week expanded distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to food workers, the first group of essential workers in Los Angeles County outside the healthcare industry to be offered the critical shots.

Those eligible include grocery store and restaurant workers who live or work in Long Beach.

Drivers who deliver food through apps, including GrubHub, Instacart and UberEats, are not part of the new distribution phase. They will be included in the transportation group, which is Phase 1C, or the third round of vaccine access, city officials said.

Vaccinations are administered by appointment only at the Long

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