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CNN —Some travelers pick a city break based on the destination’s cultural offerings – shortlisting the best museums and galleries to visit. It’s these gourmand travelers Time Out had in mind when the global media organization put together a new ranking of the world’s best foodie cities. “Food is everything when traveling,” Grace Beard, Time Out’s travel editor told CNN Travel. The city’s Central restaurant, recently named as number one in the 2023 World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards, naturally gets a mention too. Alexandr Milodan/iStockphoto/Getty ImagesOther cities on the list include Ho Chi Minh City (number four), Beijing (number five) and Bangkok (number six).
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Last year, Gwyneth Paltrow revealed that she eats an anti-inflammatory diet after suffering from long COVID. Eating an anti-inflammatory diet — meaning mostly fresh or minimally processed foods and minimal highly processed foods — can help reduce inflammation, according to the Cleveland Clinic. "Mushrooms contain multiple natural anti-inflammatory compounds, including essential vitamins and minerals, as well as numerous anti-inflammatory metabolites," Kodamala said. "Turmeric contains the active ingredient curcumin, which is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, making it a real powerhouse to include in your diet," she said. Nuts may also have anti-inflammatory properties, according to a 2023 review, and so might ginger, according to a 2022 review — but more research is needed on both.
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In this article NES.N-CH Follow your favorite stocks CREATE FREE ACCOUNTwatch nowThe meteoric rise of weight loss drugs means consumers' nutritional needs are "shifting" which provides new opportunities for food companies, Nestle CEO Mark Schneider told CNBC. "I think what since has emerged is that nutritional needs don't go away. So, you know before, during, after GLP-1 therapy — consumers still have nutritional needs, but they may be different from someone who is not on a weight loss regimen." According to Schneider, consumers who are on weight loss medication simply have different nutritional needs. Nestle is also planning other "companion offerings" for consumers taking weight loss drugs, both in the U.S., where Vital Pursuit products will launch, and elsewhere, Schneider said.
Persons: Mark Schneider, Schneider, CNBC's Silvia Amaro, Nestle, they're Organizations: Nestle, CNBC, Investors Locations: Swiss, U.S
Inflation is taking baby steps towards coming back to where policymakers want it, with a report due Friday expected to show more of that creeping progress. Core inflation is expected to have slowed to 0.2%, which would represent at least some further progress toward easing price pressure on weary consumers. "That said, getting to the Fed's 2% target is apt to be a bumpy landing." However, policymakers' expectations that housing inflation will cool this year have been largely thwarted, throwing another wrinkle into the debate. CPI inflation ran at 3.4% for the all-items measure in April and 3.6% for core, well above the Fed's target.
Persons: Dow Jones, Carol Schleif Organizations: Dow, BMO Family Office, Labor Locations: PCE
Read previewA vacation to Myrtle Beach last spring turned into a wake-up call for Jamie Bernardi and her family. Jamie BernardiThis is what researchers variously call the "trickle-down effect," "the ripple effect," or "the halo effect": when a person's lifestyle changes benefit their family members and close contacts who aren't under medical care. Doctors and researchers hope the trickle-down effect will help curb new cases of obesity. Taking controlThe trickle-down effect isn't just an added bonus. Just three weeks after she first jabbed her belly with Mounjaro, Bernardi bought everyone in her family generic watches to count their steps.
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The war in Gaza has produced a blatant disregard for the mission of the United Nations, including outrageous attacks on the employees, facilities and operations of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees. As I write this, our agency has verified that at least 192 UNRWA employees have been killed in Gaza. UNRWA-run schools have been demolished; some 450 displaced people have been killed while sheltered inside UNRWA schools and other structures. Since Oct. 7, Israeli security forces have rounded up UNRWA personnel in Gaza, who have alleged torture and mistreatment while in detention in the Strip and in Israel. In April, gunfire hit World Food Program and UNICEF vehicles, apparently inadvertently but despite coordination with the Israeli authorities.
Organizations: United Nations, United Nations Relief, Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, UNRWA, West Bank, Agency, Food Program, UNICEF Locations: Gaza, Israel, West, East Jerusalem
Amazon is offering Prime members free Grubhub subscriptions in its latest effort to sweeten the perks of the $139-a-year loyalty program. The e-commerce giant previously gave Prime members a yearlong subscription to Grubhub, which includes free delivery on orders over $12. As part of the move, people without Prime can also place Grubhub orders directly through Amazon's website and mobile app. It launched Amazon Restaurants in 2015, allowing Prime members to order meals from local restaurants, which were then delivered by its fleet of drivers. The company shuttered Amazon Restaurants four years later to focus on grocery delivery.
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New York CNN —Big oil just got bigger, and shareholders could soon be getting richer. Dollar Tree will reopen these stores with its own products under its brand beginning in the fall, reports my colleague Nathaniel Meyersohn. Dollar Tree, a national company with mostly suburban locations, primarily offers discretionary merchandise like party supplies and home goods. Dollar Tree also owns Family Dollar, based mostly in cities. Family Dollar has underperformed Dollar Tree and other discount chains in recent years, and it’s closing 975 stores.
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New York CNN —One of the most eagerly anticipated items ever made by Taco Bell is finally getting a nationwide release. The “Big Cheez-It Tostada” layers ground beef, reduced-fat sour cream, tomatoes, lettuce and cheddar cheese on the cheesy cracker for $3.49. Taco Bell is also adding a "Big Cheez-It Box" to menus for a limited time. Like other fast food chains, Taco Bell’s parent, Yum Brands, isn’t resistant to a slowdown in consumer spending, especially among lower-income diners. Shares of Yum Brands (YUM) have risen nearly 5% for the year.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNestle's CEO is 'very closely' following the ultra-processed food debateCNBC's Silvia Amaro sits down with Nestle CEO Mark Schneider for an exclusive conversation spanning food products, coffee and cocoa prices and the rise of GLP-1 drugs.
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U.S. consumers and businesses alike have turned cautious on spending this year because of elevated inflation and interest rates, according to Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan. That's a sharp slowdown from the nearly 10% growth rate seen in May 2023, he said. Referring to consumers and businesses, Moynihan said: "Both of our customer bases that have a lot to do with how the American economy runs are saying, 'You know what? The same is true for small- and medium-sized businesses, the Bank of America CEO said. Moynihan and other bank CEOs have a birds-eye view of the economy, given their coast-to-coast coverage of households and companies.
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Its fiscal first-quarter revenue was $9.13 billion, versus the $9.17 billion expected from analysts polled by LSEG. Foot Locker's earnings per share came in at 22 cents, versus the LSEG consensus estimate of 12 cents per share. Agilent Technologies — The stock fell nearly 8% after the company reported a slight revenue miss but an earnings beat. However, Hormel's adjusted earnings per share of 38 cents topped the 36 cents expected from analysts. American Eagle Outfitters — The retail stock slipped 3.6% after the clothing company reported weaker-than-expected sales in its fiscal first quarter on Wednesday.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFormer Walmart U.S. CEO: Consumer is focusing on the 'real heavy burden' in food and rent costsBill Simon, former Walmart U.S. CEO, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss the recent retail quarterly earnings results, how affluent consumers are creating a bubble at Walmart, and much more.
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One of Sweden's oldest burger chains wants its customers to stop eating so much red meat. Beef has the largest climate impact of any food, largely because cows burp methane and need vast amounts of land. Since then, Max Burgers has labeled menu items with their carbon footprints and started offering a lot more chicken and plant-based burgers. He added that because Max Burgers is family-owned, it can take more risks than publicly-traded fast food chains worried about their stock price. In 2016, the company quintupled its plant-based options, Török said, including a "green burger" that's been changed several times.
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CNN —A Michigan State Police detective has been charged with murder after investigators say he fatally struck a fleeing suspect with an SUV last month near Grand Rapids, state prosecutors announced. Sterling fell to the ground and began yelling and groaning about pain in his back, body-worn police camera footage shows. Keely, 50, has been charged with one count of second-degree murder, which carries a life sentence, as well as an alternative charge of involuntary manslaughter, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Tuesday. Brian Keely Michigan State Police)“Detective Sergeant Keely’s actions that day were legally, grossly negligent and created a very high risk of death or great bodily harm, which could have otherwise been prevented,” Nessel said. Keely was suspended from his position following the incident, Michigan State Police Director Col. James Grady II said last month.
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In fact, tourism is off to a strong start in 2024, with many islands seeing an increase in visitors compared to 2023. However, as someone who's been traveling to the Caribbean for the past two decades, I've observed some common mistakes first-time visitors make. If you're planning a trip to the Caribbean and want to maximize your experience, here are some mistakes to avoid making while visiting. Mariette WilliamsThe Caribbean is full of gorgeous resorts, but one of the biggest mistakes I see first-time visitors make is never leaving the property. Mariette WilliamsFirst-time visitors to the Caribbean may be surprised to find that, for the most part, life seems to move slower on the islands.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNutritional needs for users of GLP-1 drugs are 'shifting', Nestle CEO saysNestle CEO Mark Schneider discusses the impact of GLP-1 drugs on the food industry and the company's products that are tailored to users of the drugs.
Persons: Mark Schneider Organizations: Nestle
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has a line about the state of small-scale agriculture in America these days. It’s drawn from the National Agricultural Statistics Service, which shows that as the average size of farms has risen, the nation had lost 544,000 of them since 1981. “That’s every farm today that exists in North Dakota and South Dakota, added to those in Wisconsin and Minnesota, added to those in Nebraska and Colorado, added to those in Oklahoma and Missouri,” Mr. Vilsack told a conference in Washington this spring. “Are we as a country OK with it?”Even though the United States continues to produce more food on fewer acres, Mr. Vilsack worries that the loss of small farmers has weakened rural economies, and he wants to stop the bleeding. Unlike his last turn in the same job, under former President Barack Obama, this time his department is able to spend billions of dollars in subsidies and incentives passed under three major laws since 2021 — including the biggest investment in conservation programs in U.S. history.
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Mr. Met poses before the game between the Chicago Cubs and the New York Mets at Citi Field. To that end, the Mets will be working on development, production and distribution with Range Sports, a division of entertainment management firm Range Media Partners. Mets owner and hedge fund manager Steve Cohen is a minority investor in Range through his Point72 Ventures fund. The Mets will be focused on a variety of content, Havens said, from players talking about fashion or what they do in the offseason to storytelling around the culture of Mets fans. "That opens up a bunch of new opportunities to engage Mets fans and non-Mets fans," Havens said.
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A small group of stocks are on the verge of forming a worrisome chart pattern known as a "death cross ." A death cross occurs when a stock's 50-day moving average falls below its 200-day average. Baxter International Stock in medical equipment maker Baxter International is also on the verge of a death cross. Other stocks nearing a death cross chart pattern include Illinois Tool Works and Abbott Laboratories . While the golden cross suggests a potential uptrend, ITW is now approaching the bearish death cross chart pattern only five months later.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Bonnie Herzog, Clorox, TD Cowen, Joshua Jennings, Baxter, Jennings, Abbott's Organizations: Nasdaq, CNBC, Baxter International Stock, Baxter, Abbott Laboratories ., Tool, Abbott Laboratories, U.S . Food, Drug Administration Locations: Hillrom, Illinois, U.S
Sell your blood plasmaBags of blood plasma being examined in a laboratory. During plasma donation, blood is drawn and an automated machine separates the plasma from other blood components, which are returned to the donor. Plasma donation pay varies from site to site, but the average payout is typically around $50 per donation. During the egg donation cycle, patients are injected with fertility drugs so that the ovaries make more mature eggs than normal. For example, here's a list of the most recent paid research studies offered by New York University.
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I lost 73 pounds in 10 months and still like going to my favorite fast-food chains. I try to order protein-packed items, like Taco Bell's black-bean Crunchwrap Supreme. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementLike the majority of Americans who eat fast food at least once a week, I love grabbing a crispy Filet-O-Fish sandwich at McDonald's or a protein-packed Crunchwrap at Taco Bell every so often. As someone who lost 73 pounds and is continuing to work toward other fitness goals, I prioritize lighter, more satisfying fast-food finds to help me stay full.
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watch nowArtificial intelligence for cancer screening has taken off. So, it is quite a challenge," said Brittany Berry-Pusey, CEO of AI screening startup Avenda Health. Nearly 600 of them have been radiology AI applications approved in the last five years. Thorwarth wrote that AI reimbursement is complex and establishing billing codes for every approved AI tool is "problematic." RadNet's executives compare the process with AI screening to the radiology industry's experience with digital breast Tomosynthesis, known as 3D mammography.
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AdvertisementAmong the group were two of Scherer's clients, a couple in their 60s, who inspired her to take on the challenge. She said training for the trek for herself and her clients involved functional exercises with major benefits for strength, endurance, and longevity. "You're not training for some Olympic event, you're training to live a life that's better quality. AdvertisementSome of her favorite exercises are ones you can do at home without any equipment, especially if you're a fitness beginner. She dedicates at least 60 minutes weekly to core exercises to help provide stability.
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I tried the biggest burgers at McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King, In-N-Out, and Shake Shack. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementThe biggest burgers at fast-food chains are usually more expensive, but how do they rank in terms of taste and value? This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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