Pumpkin Spice is big business. According to data from Neilsen, pumpkin and pumpkin spice-flavored items accounted for $414 million in sales in 2017, up 45% from $286 million in 2013, the New York Times reported at the time. While Starbucks has firmly planted the Pumpkin Spice flag with its PSL, the “autumnal” drink hitting the market on August 27 this year, the world has also been gifted with things like Pumpkin Spice Pringles, Pumpkin Spice Coffee-Mate, Pumpkin Spice English Muffins, Pumpkin Spice Beer, and Pumpkin Spice Werther’s Originals. And now this: Pumpkin Spice Spam. Honestly, there aren’t enough barf-face emojis in the world to properly express our thoughts on this product. While rumors of Pumpkin Spice Spam circulated two years ago thanks to a hoax Facebook post, this time it’s all too real. A publicist for Hormel Foods Corp. confirmed to NBC News that the company will begin selling a limited-edition run of … [Read more...] about Pumpkin Spice Spam: Fake news becomes unfortunate reality
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | It’s Hot. It’s August. It’s ... Pumpkin Spice Time? Advertisement Supported by It’s still summer, but the coffee chain Dunkin’ is looking ahead to fall, getting a jump on Starbucks with pumpkin doughnuts, a signature latte and pumpkin-scented lip balm. ByEmily S. Rueb Aug 13, 2019 As a heat wave bears down on parts of the country, what could be better than wrapping your sweaty palms around a steaming If that is not your idea of summer fun, take it up with theannounced on Monday that it was “stepping up the seasonal celebration” by offering its fall spread almost a week earlier Eight Dunkin’ stores will be temporarily rebranded as “Pumpkin” on Wednesday. They will serve free pumpkin-flavored beverages and “ Two new products will also be on … [Read more...] about It’s Hot. It’s August. It’s … Pumpkin Spice Time?
By Rachel Tesler Published August 13, 2019 Retail FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Starbucks CEO: Want to serve coffee in sustainable packaging Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson on the expanding use of technology in the company's strategy, the company's sustainability push and its approach to capital allocation. PSL fans rejoice -- Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte lovers can sip fall earlier than ever this year as the company plans to pour the signature beverage before the leaves change. Continue Reading Below A Starbucks employee allegedly broke the news via social media, according to Business Insider. Fans expressed their excitement about the unexpected release date. While the announcement appears to have been unplanned, the press comes at a strategic time when competitors in the flavored coffee war are adding to their seasonal roster. On Monday, Dunkin' debuted its fall menu items available on Aug. 21 and … [Read more...] about Starbucks to release Pumpkin Spice Lattes early in coffee wars
Published 12:09 pm CDT, Wednesday, March 27, 2019 Pumpkin Black Bean Enchiladas Pumpkin Black Bean Enchiladas Photo: Kristin Teig /Roost Books Photo: Kristin Teig /Roost Books Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Pumpkin Black Bean Enchiladas Pumpkin Black Bean Enchiladas Photo: Kristin Teig /Roost Books Recipe: Pumpkin Black Bean Enchiladas 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The silky-smooth texture of pureed pumpkin mirrors the creaminess found in cheese-doused enchiladas. Pumpkin Enchilada Sauce 1/2 ounce dried pasilla chiles, stems and caps removed 1 pound tomatillos, husks removed, cut into quarters 1 tablespoon safflower oil or other flavorless oil 1 1/4 teaspoons sea salt, divided … [Read more...] about Recipe: Pumpkin Black Bean Enchiladas
By Tracey Kaplan | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 23, 2019 at 3:30 pm | UPDATED: January 24, 2019 at 4:29 am SAN MARTIN — Blaming market conditions, one of Santa Clara County’s largest family-owned farm operations is going out of business, though its most popular attraction — the fall Pumpkin Patch festival — will continue to offer the usual hayrides as well a chance to blast apart the orange suckers with an air gun. About 50 full-time employees and 250 seasonal workers will lose their jobs as family-owned Uesugi Farms winds down operations in more than 5,000 acres in California, Arizona and Mexico, where it grows cabbage, corn, pumpkins and peppers. But the company Wednesday announced it would continue to operate the annual festival from Sept. 28 through Halloween on Monterey Road in San Martin. “The Pumpkin Patch is going to be open this fall,” said Uesugi’s general manager, Pete Aiello, … [Read more...] about Big South County family-owned farm operation to close, but popular ‘Pumpkin Park’ event survives