Pedigree brand Wet Dog Food Recall announced for possible Plastic

Pedigree canned Dog food involved in recall - FDA

(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the voluntary recall of certain Pedigree brand canned dog food because it could contain small pieces of blue plastic. Mars Petcare US, the company responsible for the dog food, said that they apologize for the inconvenience and want to reassure consumers that the problem has been identified and resolved.

The concern is that dogs could possibly choke on the plastic pieces. Consumers found the plastic pieces in the dog food. Mars Petcare US did not receive any reports of dogs being hurt or sickened from the food. The recalled dog food was distributed throughout the US. Only certain varieties of the PEDIGREE® weight management canned dog food is involved in the recall. All other Pedigree canned dog food is safe for the dogs to eat.

Necomimi Mood Controlled Cat Ears come to the US

Necomimi Cat Ears - credit: Neurosky

(Best Syndication News) - Forget mood rings. That was so back then. The new thing, is a head band that has fuzzy cat ears attached that respond to your moods. Neurowear, who are from Japan, first introduced these brainwave activated novelty items overseas. They soon became popular among the anime and costume crowds. Now, NeuroSky will be launching the Necomimi in the US. NeuroSky will be introducing them at the 2012 Comic-Con event that will be held on July 12 – 15, 2012, in San Diego.

The Necomimi cat ears move according to your mood or thoughts, the company claims. Therefore, if you are relaxed, the ears will turn down. If you are excited about something or concentrating, the ears will swing upwards. If you are focused and highly relaxed, the ears will wiggle back and forth.

Jenn-Air Master Class Blog includes Cooking Skills

Jenn-Air logo

(Best Syndication News) - Kitchen appliance company, Jenn-Air, launched a Master Class Blog that will educate visitors on how to cook, entertain, and how to design the perfect kitchen. Additionally, the company has a free Apple iPhone app called DesignVision that will let consumers take a photo of their kitchen and overlay the Jenn-Air appliances to see what they would look like.

Susan Brennan is the Winner of the Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest

Susan Brennan wins contest Photo: Business Wire

(Best Syndication News) - The Eighth Annual Cheap Chic Weddings Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest named a winner today at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square Odditorium in New York City. The winner was Susan Brennan who is from Lake Orchard, Michigan. She worked weeks to prepare her toilet paper wedding dress. The only supplies allowed to create the gowns included Charmin toilet paper, tape, glue, and/or needle and thread.

The contest was put together by Cheap-Chic-Weddings.com and Charmin partly sponsored the event. The Cheap Chic Weddings website is all about putting on a frugal wedding, and this contest makes a bit of fun out of making a cheap wedding dress using toilet paper.

Surprisingly, the wedding gown was quite beautiful. Other entries also amazed Susan Bain, one of the founders of Cheap Chic Weddings. She said that this year the gowns showcased faux embroidery, ruffles, pleats, and simulated lace.

Union Pacific commemorates 150 Years of Railroad History with a Free eBook and Online Timeline

screenshot of Union Pacific's Timeline website

(Best Syndication News) - The Union Pacific Corporation (NYSE: UNP) is celebrating 150 years since they first got the approval from President Abraham Lincoln to build the transcontinental railway line. To commemorate this event, they have put together a free ebook and an interactive website that discusses the long history of the company.

The railroad line all started on July 1, 1862, when President Abraham Lincoln signed the Pacific Railway Act into law. It was not until May 10, 1869 when the golden spike ceremony was held to officially connect the two railroad tracks in Promontory Summit, Utah. This first railroad line operated until 1904. That was when it was replaced with the Lucin Cutoff.

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