1) Heinz Canada is expanding its baby food recall to include a second product, citing concerns over possible food spoilage due to broken seals.
The 213-millilitre glass jars of Sweet Potato and Beef Medley infant food with expiration dates of Aug. 4, 2017 have been pulled. This product, which also carries the UPC code 0 579050 2, should not be eaten and the CFIA recommends it be returned to where it was purchased.
— Jenkers News (ENG) (@jenkers_en) April 26, 2015
2) Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre is holding their “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” Boxed Lunch Day on May 5th.
Lunch is $9 and is prepared by Maple City Bakery with proceeds supporting the Women’s Centre. Orders are due by April 30th.
Delivery available in Chatham or you can pick up an order at Evangel Church, 76 Sandys Street in Chatham.
For more info, contact Tracy at [email protected].
3) The Calgary Flames and TJ Brodie have moved onto the 2nd round of the NHL Playoffs. They’ll take on the Anaheim Ducks who will have home ice advantage, Calgary has lost 20 regular-season games in a row in Anaheim. #gulp
4) McDonald’s is testing “Create Your Taste” kiosks, where you can place customized orders on a large flat screen at a few stores.
One mad scientist in Chicago decided to see what would happen if he ordered the maximum amount of ingredients that the touch screens allow for one burger. The result? A burger with two quarter pounder patties and 10X every single other ingredient from onions to bacon.
— Chicagoist.com (@Chicagoist) April 26, 2015
5) A computer glitch made cash registers at 8,000 Starbucks in North America inoperable Friday night.
— RT (@RT_com) April 26, 2015