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  • I love to consume flamin hot cheetos and wash it down with a cold. So I chose to bring a bag for Chef Robert to see exactly what he could develop with this easy treat. It took about 4 efforts to obtain it just right and undoubtedly we did. Our patrons love this unique roll! This roll has actually echoed a bunch of babble and if you've tasted this crispy monster you would understand why.
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  • 1. Cheetos Rolls Out App with TP by Howard Davidson, Arlington, MA Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA
  • 2. Cheetos Rolls Out App with TP Talk about playing to your audience, Cheetos seems to be lasering in on the junior high boys who love the cheese-flavored snack with its latest app. Just in time for Halloween, Project TP allows you to virtually toilet paper your domicile or most every other public venue available using Google Earth and Google Streetview (Cheetos wisely chooses not to include 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC, perhaps out of fear of getting a call from the Department of Homeland Security). Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA
  • 3. In their promo video, a wisecracking English-accent-like cheetah leads a toilet paper strafing run to the tune of “The Ride of the Valkyries.” While the video copiously says one should not try this at home, you know damn well that millions of pimply-faced kids on October 31 st will be donning shades and talking low like the spokesanimal as they lob Charmin at the houses of school officials. (One wonders if the Cheetos campaign can be held liable for the distress of having to clean up TP hung up in a tree after a rainstorm.) Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA
  • 4. Cheetos is declaring victory with its toilet paper campaign, claiming that 300,000 feet of virtual paper have been let loose in cyberspace. I guess it’s good to have ad campaigns that try and spice up Halloween. It is a time for tricks, as well as treats, after all, and we’ve been getting entirely too mild about a holiday dedicated to chasing away our demons in a night of debauchery. posted by Howard Davidson Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA
  • 5. Lest you think this is all talk, Nestlé has already reached the zero waste goal for all of its factories in the UK and Switzerland. Worldwide, the global food giant has achieved zero waste in 39 of its 468 factories as of 2012. A most recent Access to Nutrition Index places Nestlé in third place among companies trying to combat global trends of obesity and malnutrition. With this much effort being expended, it’s surprising they only ranked third. posted by Howard Davidson Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA
  • 6. Lest you think this is all talk, Nestlé has already reached the zero waste goal for all of its factories in the UK and Switzerland. Worldwide, the global food giant has achieved zero waste in 39 of its 468 factories as of 2012. A most recent Access to Nutrition Index places Nestlé in third place among companies trying to combat global trends of obesity and malnutrition. With this much effort being expended, it’s surprising they only ranked third. posted by Howard Davidson Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA