The Daily Dish: November 12, 2015
Today's first course?
You may soon notice something different in one of America's most well-known soup recipes. Leaders with Campbell's Soup say they'll remove a number of artificial ingredients in their classic chicken soup formula. The new ingredient list, which features 20 items instead of the previous 30, mostly contains items that are already in your home, like stock, enriched pasta, chicken, and carrots.
We've learned leaders with one restaurant chain are the first in the nation to test a "no tipping policy" at some of its stores. While you may no longer have to tip your server at one of the 18 Joe's Crab Shack's across the country, you may notice the total cost of your bill might be a little higher than expected. While servers, hosts and bartenders now make between $10 to $15 dollars per hour, menu prices have increased 12 to 15 percent.
Speaking of chains - the Starbucks holiday cup controversy continues. Now, Presidential hopeful Donald Trump is weighing in, suggesting a boycott of the coffee giant. The Republican candidate also reportedly plans to cut business ties with Starbucks and says, "If I become President, we're all going to be saying 'Merry Christmas' again, that I can tell you." Leaders with Starbucks seem unscathed by Trump's comments.
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