Though you might not have even heard of spiked seltzer as recently as twelve months ago, there’s been no escaping it in 2019. From the “no laws when you’re drinking Claws” movement to the proliferation of alcoholic carbonated water launched (or teased) by everyone from Polar to Four Loko, it felt like everyone who can put booze inside a can wanted a piece of the estimated $550 million market for spiked seltzer.
For years, Pop-Tarts have been a tasty treat that you could also pass off as a very rushed breakfast in a pinch. They’re available in a plethora of sweet flavors ranging from the fruity to the downright dessert-like. But for the latest Kellogg’s toaster pastry offering, things are about to get a bit saltier.
For a long time, our neighbors to the north have enjoyed the bounteous gifts of Tim Horton’s, a Canadian coffee chain that makes Dunkin’ look weak by comparison. While their Timbits are considered special by any self-respecting Canuck, Timmy’s isn’t above mixing it up and adding in some unexpected flavors.
The fast food drive-thru is supposed to represent the height of American convenience. Just roll down your car window, awkwardly yell into a box, and your food will materialize soon enough. But if you’ve been waiting more impatiently than usual in the drive-thru lane recently, new data suggests it’s not just your imagination.