Low Rock Salt Supply, Nestlé’s Hot Pocket Recall, Milk Prices May Hit Record High in March

Rock salt suppliers across the country are struggling to keep up with demand, leading states like New Jersey to use the creative substitute of pickle juice.

Nestlé is voluntarily recalling Hot Pockets made with meat supplied by Rancho Feeding, after the USDA deemed it “unfit for human food.”

Strong demand is driving up milk prices in the U.S. The cost for a gallon of milk could hit a record high in March, according to analysts.

The Radisson’s new brand, Radisson Red, will cater to the so-called millennials, with emphasis on modern design and the ability to personalize rooms.


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