Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. (BPT) - By Michael Lindsey Americans are increasingly going global. Or at least our taste buds are. From ginger and wasabi to seaweed and passion fruit, we’re indulging on flavors and ingredients previous generations hadn't even heard of. In fact, over three-fourths of Americans say they like trying flavors from different places and cultures, and more than two-thirds say they enjoy globally-inspired foods at least once a month. Those are just a couple of fascinating findings from the Frito-Lay U.S. Snack Index survey about global flavors and their influence on the snack industry. The results offer surprising insights into what consumers want for snacks. (Hint: It’s not the same old thing.) At Frito-Lay, we continually strive to develop and quickly bring to market snacks to keep up with consumer taste preferences, even while they're constantly changing. Consumers have always sought variety, but the types of snacks … [Read more...] about Expert Series: Frito-Lay Exec Michael Lindsey Explains the Globalization of Flavor in the Snack Industry
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close Video Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines for Dec. 10 Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for Dec. 10 are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Julie Fudge was just 4 years old when she lost her mother, one of the most influential singers in country music history. Patsy Cline perished in a plane crash at age 30 in 1963. Most recently, Cline was the subject of a Lifetime biopic titled “Patsy & Loretta,” which detailed her bond with fellow iconic songstress Loretta Lynn before her life was tragically cut short. Fudge, who was involved with the film, has been determined to keep the legacy of her mother alive. She also closely works with the Patsy Museum in Nashville, which houses the largest collection of artifacts in the world, including personal letters, costumes and other rare memorabilia from the matriarch’s home that were previously locked away for more than 50 years. ELIZABETH … [Read more...] about Patsy Cline’s daughter reveals how she’s keeping late country icon’s legacy alive
Get '5 things' in your inbox If your day doesn't start until you've gotten up to speed on the latest headlines, then let us introduce you to your new favorite morning fix. Sign up here for the '5 Things' newsletter. (CNN)There's a high chance New Zealand's White Island volcano could erupt again today, making it even harder for authorities to conduct rescue operations after this week's eruption. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.) 1. Impeachment Articles of impeachment are officially on the table. House Democrats announced they'll move to charge President Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, setting in motion the third presidential impeachment in American history. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her fellow Democratic leaders decided to forego adding another article on obstruction of justice related to the … [Read more...] about 5 things to know for December 11: Impeachment, trade, India, Judaism, Jersey City
close Video Resources running low as migrants flood Tijuana City officials say they're worried about money running low and resources running scarce as more than 6,000 Central American migrants crowd the Mexican border town; Jeff Paul reports from Tijuana. U.S. immigration policy is a swirling sea of contention. It rouses ire with every viral photo of an immigrant child in a detention center or escaping a cloud of tear gas. Children separated from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border is another apple of discord on the American conscience. President Trump seeks to mitigate the controversy. But how? The Trump administration has pointed to a 20-year-old court agreement known as the Flores Settlement and a 10-year-old human trafficking law to explain the current climate. What is the Flores Settlement? Though reached in 1997, the circumstances surrounding the Flores Settlement date back to 1985. It was named for a young El Salvadoran girl, Jenny Lisette Flores, who crossed … [Read more...] about The Family Circle of Separation: What are the laws on minors and human trafficking at the border?
close Video Jaden Smith has always been 'super duper fly' Fox411: Actor says if anyone is getting bullied, he has their back Jaden Smith, son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, opened up to Variety about acting, rapping and his love of fashion. He has constantly made headlines for his fashion choices such as the dresses and skirts and a white Batman suit he wore to prom. “I’ve always been super-duper fly and super-duper different,” he said of his style, adding he’s worn dresses for at least the last 10 years. “People just start caring when they have a reason to start caring.” Smith said he knows what it feels like to be different. “I’ve always looked at life differently,” he said. “I always knew no one was going to understand me — since before I could talk — and that’s why I was so quiet. I was very calm, very to myself. I could tell I felt about life differently than other kids; I could … [Read more...] about Jaden Smith talks wearing dresses, says he’s ‘ super-duper fly’ and ‘different’