• Q2 organic growth 8.7%, beats poll
  • H1 net profit hit by one-offs, misses poll
  • Raises growth outlook, slightly trims margin target
  • Shares fall 1.4%

ZURICH, July 28 (Reuters) – Nestle (NESN.S) warned on Thursday that price hikes could eventually weigh on sales volumes for the maker of Cheerios cereals, Kit Kat bars and Nescafe as it raised its full-year sales growth forecast to 7-8% and trimmed its margin guidance.

Cost inflation hurt the world’s biggest food group less than expected in the second quarter and price increases boosted first-half organic sales growth.

Consumer goods businesses are facing soaring costs for

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Officials with the Prescott Valley Police Department say they have arrested a fast food worker in connection with an assault incident that left a customer with serious injuries.

According to a statement, 35-year-old Antoine Kendrick of Prescott was arrested for alleged aggravated assault, stemming from an incident that happened on July 26 at a fast food restaurant in Prescott Valley.

“A customer complained about his food order at which time, the employee, Antoine Kendrick, came out from behind the service counter and struck the customer in the head,”

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A lawsuit against Mars, the company that makes Skittles, points to titanium dioxide in the candy. The ingredient is one of thousands of additives allowed in foods under federal regulations.

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A lawsuit against Mars, the company that makes Skittles, points to titanium dioxide in the candy. The ingredient is one of thousands of additives allowed in foods under federal regulations.

Mark Lennihan/AP

A California man, who claims Skittles candy contains a “known toxin” that makes it “unfit for human consumption,” is suing the manufacturer, Mars.

That ingredient — titanium dioxide — is

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Pearl Ma sets up her iPhone stand at her kitchen in New York City. (Photo by Jeenah Moon for The Washington Post)
Pearl Ma sets up her iPhone stand at her kitchen in New York City. (Jeenah Moon for The Washington Post)

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Pearl (Yiping) Ma draws you into her TikTok with the words, “Hey foreigners, let’s traumatize Italians.” Off the bat, she’s every Italian grandmother’s worst nightmare: She threatens to break the linguine but instead cuts the cooked pasta with a knife, then breaks an egg on top before brushing Chinese soybean paste and oyster sauce onto the thin strips.

But then she starts to explain. “Pasta is a lot

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DALLAS (KDAF) — Traveling around the world will allow you to experience cuisines like no other and if you’re a foodie, trying out new food, cuisines and dishes is in your blood, but not everyone can afford to do these worldwide travels to titillate their tastebuds.

The U.S. has cuisines from all over the world highlighted in each state including Mediterranean, Asian fusion, new American, Vietnamese, Southeast Asian, Japanese, barbecue, Italian, Korean and Portuguese. Each state has their claim to fame, but according to a study done by VacationRenter, they’ve found some surprises along the way when it comes

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Emerald Farm Tours offers a different slice of nirvana.

Travel agents who have guests seeking unique experiences in the U.S can now recommend a cannabis holiday. Travel curators can tie up with Visit Mendocino’s Emerald Farm Tours to organize enchanting cannabis-based trips that would make the perfect Instagram post.

Tourists can choose from cannabis festivals, cannabis trails, ganja yoga, and packages that combine accommodation and cannabis experiences.

Micro-dosed seven-course meal, weed walks, cannabis trails, a bakery that features artisanal cannabis products presented in bakery-style display cases, a cannabis museum, a half-acre cannabis consumption lounge are the key attractions.

Two unique

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