The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

August 11, 2019


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first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo The Arizona Cardinals announced Wednesday that they have re-signed linebacker Philip Wheeler.The nine-year NFL veteran has 513 tackles, 133 games and 66 starts for the Colts, Raiders, Dolphins and Falcons on his resume. Last season for Atlanta, he recorded 28 tackles in 16 appearances.He spent the preseason with the Cardinals before being released prior to Week 1 due to his salary situation.Wheeler was re-signed by the team on Sept. 11, then released last Friday. With the recent release of tight end Jim Dray, the Cardinals had an open roster spot available for Wheeler. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 1 Comments   Share   New England Patriots’ Julian Edelman is up ended by Atlanta Falcons’ Philip Wheeler, during the first half of the NFL Super Bowl 51 football game Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017, in Houston. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum) Top Stories last_img read more

Birds Eye introduces range of frozen vegetarian pasta meals

July 25, 2019


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first_imgBirds Eye introduces range of frozen vegetarian pasta mealsPosted By: News Deskon: November 10, 2017In: Food, Industries, New products, NutritionPrintEmailBirds Eye has launched a new line of frozen vegetarian pasta meals in the US as it aims to create more ways for consumers to enjoy vegetables.Called Veggie Made Pasta, the range is available in four flavours: original, cheddar, marinara, and Alfredo. Each is served with either courgettes and lentils or spinach and lentils. Birds Eye said that the vegetables used are harvested at the peak of freshness.The company aims to tap into the popularity of pasta in the US and provide a healthier alternative to other options on the market.In a statement, the company said: “Getting families to eat more vegetables can be easier said than done, and we know how important your family’s nutrition is.“At Birds Eye, we are dedicated to creating new ways to enjoy vegetables that are healthy, convenient and, of course, delicious so it’s easier for everyone to eat more vegetables, more often.”Birds Eye vice president of marketing Risa Cretella added: “Birds Eye Veggie Made Pasta doesn’t just contain vegetable ingredients, and isn’t just plain vegetables cut into shapes of noodles. It looks and tastes just like regular pasta, and it’s made completely out of actual vegetables.“It’s a guilt-free way to enjoy the comforts of pasta with a full serving of vegetables, without having to boil water or clean pots, making it an easy choice to include in holiday recipes or any meal.”Share with your network: Tags: Birds Eyefrozen foodnew productUnited Stateslast_img read more