The all-time sweetest chocolate ads
Adweek's 10 most memorable television ads for chocolate include the Snickers ad starring Betty White and the "Sexy and I Know It" ad for M&M's, which both debuted during Super Bowls. Also on the list is a Kit Kat ad showing computer-generated singing and dancing squirrels. Adweek
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Greg McCormack urges colleagues to "End Big Sugar"
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Intelleflex introduces RFID tracking system
Intelleflex is launching a food tracking system that uses cellular RFID tags that contain global positioning devices. The tags, which cost about $1 per use, record the location of food cases, along with the temperature and time, sending the information to the cloud for users to access. Food Business Review
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