Canada-based nonprofit Encorp Pacific has launched its "Return-It to Win-It" campaign, which will give consumers their bottle refunds and also enter them into drawings for prizes. The campaign is designed to encourage more consumers in British Columbia, Canada, to recycle.
Eating like a caveman can help prevent obesity, heart disease and high blood pressure. A recent study put participants on a diet consisting of berries, nuts, lean meat, fish, vegetables, and coffee and tea without milk or sugar, and found weight loss and health results after only a few weeks.
"The Night of 100 Stars Oscar Gala," an official viewing party for the 80th Annual Academy Awards, featured samples of Mini Thin Rush energy drinks. The company claims its products, available in 2-ounce liquid shot, capsule and gum forms, provide six hours of energy.
Campbell Soup plans to expand its tomato-processing facility in California's Bay Area and use more locally grown produce in its products, including the company's V8 Splash drinks, V8 vegetable juice and V8 V-Fusion.