- Trix is going back to the rainbow: Cereal fans definitely hated General Mills’ attempt to eliminate artificial colors and flavors from its vibrant product Trix, so the company announced yesterday it’ll bring back the “original” version in October.
- Some chefs might want to ”give back” their restaurants’ Michelin stars, but New York City’s Italian impresario Mario Batali would not opt out of the honor. As Batali Tweets, recognition by the guide “is the gold standard” — his Chelsea restaurant, Del Posto, currently holds one star.
- New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells argues that online review site Yelp is actually useful, sometimes.
- Whole Foods will soon carry a vegan “sushi” designed to mimic tuna: Ahimi, a product made from infusing tomato with “umami-rich” ingredients, hits shelves in early November.
- Two New York City college students are suing the trendsetting raw cookie dough shop Dō, saying the product made them sick.
- Even more than classic cars and expensive art, fine wine is now the Rich People Collectible of choice.
- Dear bloggers: Don’t ask for free meals in exchange for “exposure”; Twitter will rightfully roast you.
- Happy first day of fall, everyone: Oreo-flavored hot cocoa is now a thing.
Trix Brings Back Rainbow-Colored Cereal After Public Outcry
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by Erin DeJesus
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