The Happy Meal, designed specifically for children, was originally fielded in 1977 and ultimately released nationwide in 1979.
"Twinkies" are Hostess Cake most-popular brand, with Hostess itself being a staple of the American snack industry.
The criminal organization was able to saturate the market with 100 tons of contaminated tofu due to being able to modify its color and texture with the salt rongalite.
Answer: Black Panther
The Black Panther Party's "Free Breakfast for Children Program", implemented in 1969, served as the inspiration for similar initiatives run by the US federal government today.
Answer: Clarence Birdseye
As can be ascertained from his surname as it is also the name of the Birds Eye Group, Clarence Birdseye (1886-1956) was the inventor of flash freezing, which ushered in the age of the frozen-food industry.
Due to its relatively-low levels of moisture and high levels of acidity, bacteria and microorganisms have a hard time making a permanent home out of honey.
The McDonald brother, Maurice (Mac) and Richard, opened their first restaurant in San Bernardino, California in 1948.
Answer: Palm Oil
It is estimated that approximately 50% of processed goods used in the United States, from foods to cosmetics to cleaning supplies, contain some degree of palm oil.
Answer: A Float
A "float" refers to ice cream floating on top of a beverage which is usually soda, with the most-common variety used being root beer.
Answer: Blood Plasma
Coconut water can be used intravenously instead of blood plasma, though it is not an ideal solution.