WW, formerly Weight Watchers, launches a weight loss app for kids

Last February, Weight Watchers drew criticism when it announced a free weight-loss program for teens ages 13 to 17. Skeptics feared the program would encourage obsessive eating habits in adolescents, but Weight Watchers -- since rebranded WW -- isn't...

Domino’s will use e-bikes to deliver pizzas across the US

Domino's Pizza is once again adopting cutting edge delivery vehicles, although you're much more likely to see these ones in action. In the wake of successful tests, the restaurant chain is launching a US-wide e-bike delivery program that will give st...

Beyond Meat comes to Subway in the form of a meatball

Beyond Meat didn't take long to respond to Impossible Foods' Burger King deal. Subway has announced that it will test a sub with plant-based meat, the Beyond Meatball Marinara, in 685 North American restaurants this September. It's far from vegan w...

Grubhub and Seamless will deliver Shake Shack across the US

Sometime soon, you won't necessarily need to wait until the buzzer in your hand goes off to know when your food is ready at Shake Shack. The popular burger chain is teaming up with Grubhub for nationwide delivery across the US.

The Burrito Blanket Looks Like a Giant Tortilla

Do you like burritos? So do I. So it’s no wonder that this burrito-inspired blanket is making my mouth water. It looks just like the delicious, slightly charred dough from a flour tortilla, but human-sized. I’ve been to a place that sells burritos as big as your head, but never ones this big.

While you or your kids can fit inside of these, I don’t recommend trying to take a bite, nor do I suggest slathering the inside of the blanket (or your family members) with beans, rice, sour cream, cheese, guacamole, pico de gallo, and grilled meat. Though if you do, at least this thing’s microfiber polyester fabric is machine washable.

The burrito blanket comes in a variety of prints, ranging from lightly toasted to well done, and in 47″, 60″, and 71″ sizes over on Amazon.

T-Mobile hopes to reel you in with free Taco Bell at its stores

T-Mobile has a simple way to draw you into its stores: it's straight-up bribing you with free food. The carrier is partnering with Taco Bell on "T-MoBell" (yes, we know) pop-up stores at signature T-Mobile locations in Chicago, Los Angeles and New Y...