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Some Starbucks, McCafe and Tim Hortons beverages contain shocking amounts of sugar.
If your morning routine includes stopping at one of these coffee shops, get ready for some sugar shakes.
Market McCafe, Starbucks and Tim Hortons reviewed online nutritional information for popular beverages and found that beverages—which may sound as healthy as a fruit smoothie or matcha tea latte—contain surprising amounts of sugar.
“I think people are addicted to sweets, and this is leading to a health care crisis,” said hepatologist and gastroenterologist Dr Supriya Joshi, who believes that most people are not aware that the daily dose of caffeine actually contains How much is sugar? read more
Marketplace Tested Perrier, LaCroix, Bubbly Sparkling Water To See Which Is Acidic
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When it comes to your teeth, sparkling water isn’t always as safe as you might think. Some flavors can be dangerous to your oral health.
To see which products pose the greatest potential risk to your smile, Market Tested the flavors of several Perrier, Bubbly and LaCroix sparkling waters available on Canadian store shelves to find out which ones are acidic.
Everything we eat and drink has a pH level; The lower the pH level, the higher the acidity. Acidic foods and drinks can pose a threat to your teeth because they can weaken tooth enamel (the outer, protective layer of your teeth).
The Canadian Dental Association states that people should be wary of drinking certain carbonated water beverages because “high acid levels increase the risk of damage to tooth enamel and may increase the risk of enamel erosion and tooth decay.” ” read more
Reitman removes clothes from factory on suspicion of North Korean forced labor after marketplace investigation
Canadian retail company Reitmans Ltd. will remove all remaining inventory made at a factory in China suspected of using North Korean forced labor from its stores, according to a company press release.
The release was posted on corporate website And facebook page On the evening of November 5, just like that Market Episodes in which the company’s broadcast was shown,
“The story outlined by businesshala has brought new information to light,” read the post. The lengthy media release on the company’s website emphasized that its previous audit of the factory had not found evidence of “any guest workers or forced labour”.
Canadian women’s fashion retailer says it will not only pull jackets identified by Market (seen below) But three other Pennington styles and two Reitmann styles were also obtained from Dandong Huayang Textiles and Garment Co., Ltd., a Chinese factory on the border with North Korea.
Reitmans says he will donate the clothes to a local charity.
NS Market The investigation found that Retiman had previously brought more than 100 shipments of clothing from the factory to Canada. read more
How some Canadian travelers returning home are getting free COVID-19 tests in the US
Canadians traveling home from the United States and fearing the cost of a mandatory and potentially expensive COVID-19 test may be in luck.
Some Canadians tell businesshala News that they have been successful in getting the test done for free at US pharmacies.
“It’s surprising to think that people are paying $200 for those tests,” said Andrew D’Amours, co-founder of travel information website Flytrippers.
D’Amours of Trois-Rivires, Ky., took a free self-administered nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) — which is listed as a Canadian government-approved test — at the US Walgreens drive-thru site last Sunday.
But he cautioned that NAAT/ID Now tests aren’t available at all Walgreens locations, so Canadians should check online before planning a U.S. trip. He added that passengers may have to book their free test several days in advance to secure an appointment. read more
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This baby walker has been recalled due to potential injury risk
Consumers should immediately stop using the baby walker and contact Shandong Chengyan Culture Development for a full refund.
These Broadwood Farms Microgreens Have Been Recall Due to Salmonella
Do not consume the recalled product.
These outdoor plays have been recalled due to a lurking threat.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled playsets and contact Backyard Play Systems for a free repair kit.
Some harvested mushroom products recalled due to listeria
Do not consume, use, sell or service the affected products
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