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Review: TruMoo Protein Plus

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of TruMoo Protein Plus for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. If you haven’t already tried TruMoo’s new TruMoo Protein Plus, then you are truly missing out!  These new Protein-packed drinks come with 25 grams of protein and is also …

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The Fresh Facts On Frozen

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Frozen Foods Institute and the Frozen Food Roundtable for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Frozen foods, they’re quick, tasty and take the guesswork out of family meal planning. But whether you’re feeding one or a family of …

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Fantastically Frozen Fast & Fresh

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Frozen Foods Institute and the Frozen Food Roundtable for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. When you always seem to be busy, like most shoppers these days, there isn’t always time to spend cooking a meal from scratch. …

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Coke Life Half Full or Half Empty?

  Funny Story: last year, my wife and I went to the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, and we almost saw a senior citizen get arrested for a big no-no. You see, a couple of years back, the Coke higher ups decided to place the Coca-Cola recipe in a high-security …

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Starbucks Energizes its Customers

Starbucks Powermat

If college students, writers, start-ups and cloud-based businesses needed another reason to stakeout tables at Starbucks for entire days on end,* the beverage giant announced a partnership with Duracell to offer mobile device charging stations. Starting with San Francisco-area locations (which represents the largest community introduction of the product), Starbucks …

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2014 Wine Shortage – Fact or Myth?

There seems to be some discrepancies about whether or not the world will face a wine shortage in 2014. A recent Morgan Stanley report stated that the worldwide wine demand exceeded the production of wine by 300 million cases in 2012. The report said bad weather and fewer vineyards were …

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