DO, a company that creates desserts that feature raw cookie dough that's safe to eat, will open a store in New York next week. The Greenwich Village location will offer cookie dough incorporated into cups, cones and included in treats such as milkshakes and sundaes.
A stevia-based syrup has been launched by Steviva Brands, which says it can be used as the principal sweetener for soft drinks in place of HFCS 55. The syrup is "optimized to provide sweetness and body" and provides a mouthfeel identical to HFCS, Steviva president Thom King said.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is the new spokesman for Haribo, which has its U.S. headquarters in Baltimore. "The original gummi bears are Flacco’s go-to choice while prepping for the big game," said the company. "Known for his sweet tooth, Flacco's favorite flavor is pineapple."
Ice cream and milkshake retailers in Bean Town need a special bilingual
talent because an order for a Boston milkshake will get you shaken milk
but a frappe means ice cream added. Elsewhere in the state, the added
ice cream is an assumed ingredient in a milkshake.