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Eva Mendes Flashes Silky Smooth Vajayjay Knee At Market!

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Ooh, girl! Only you can pull of ripped jeans in this day and age!

Cameras caught the uber-lovely Eva Mendes shopping at Gelson's supermarket over the weekend in Los Feliz and, even with a hole in her knee, she looked gorgeously glamorous!!

We aren't sure whether the 38-year-old actress was craving a box of Nutter Butters or stocking up on supplies for a bodacious New Year's Eve bash, but all eyes were on her.

We were dismayed Ryan Gosling wasn't by her side, but hopefully she and that slice of seXXXy perfection are swapping spit at the stroke of midnight!

In the meantime, might we suggest stopping by aisle sixteen for thread and a needle? LOLz!

[Image via AKM-GSI.]

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January Jones Shops Healthy At Whole Foods

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January Jones is one pretty and fit lady!

What's the secret to her tight bod??

Healthy eating! Duh!

She was spotted while doing some grocery shopping at a Whole Foods!

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Cory Monteith Treats Lea Michele For Her Birthday…With A Trip To The Grocery Store!

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Nothing says, "Happy Birthday, honey. Let me show how much I love you!" like a list of items to pick up at the super market!

LOLz!

We kid, we kid!

But Lea Michele was spotted yesterday alongside her boyfriend and Glee co-star, Cory Monteith, taking a break from her 26th birthday celebrations to grab a few groceries at the

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Starbucks To Open Three New Juice Stores

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Starbucks kinda has a lock on the whole coffee thing, so now they've set their sights on less bitter beverages.

Juice!

Starbucks is planning on opening three more Evolution Fresh Inc. juice stores in addition to the one they already opened in Washington.

They're even expanding distribution of their ready-to-drink bottles of Evolution juice to supermarkets.

Apparently premium juices are "in."

Starbucks is trying to diversify as more and more places are serving premium coffees.

One Evolution store will open in San Fran with two opening in Seattle.

One Seattle store opens this Friday, the other two this fall.

Get ya juice on!

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Largest Supermarket Chain In The U.S. Stops Selling Pink Slime

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We're so glad food retailers are making the RIGHT decision by ending the sale of beef that includes what the meat companies call "lean, finely textured beef," and what we call "gross."

Kroger, the largest chain of supermarkets in the U.S., has announced it will no longer purchase beef with pink slime, an ammonia-treated filler/cheap and disgusting substitute for real meat.

The grocery giant released a statement explaining their decision that reads:

"Our customers have expressed their concerns that the use of lean finely textured beef — while fully approved by the USDA for safety and quality — is something they do not want in their ground beef. As a result, Kroger will no longer purchase ground beef containing lean finely textured beef."

Thank you!

Kroger has joined Safeway, the second-largest supermarket chain, in their initiative, along with Dutch-owned chain Stop & Shop.

Does your store still sell pink slime? Don't buy it! Tell the managers you want ACTUAL meat and you'll take your business elsewhere if they don't get it.

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70% Of Grocery Store Ground Beef Contains Pink Slime!

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70% of the ground beef available in grocery stores is made out of dog food. Okay, that's a slight exaggeration, but sadly, not by that much.

Earlier this week we told you about this disgusting "pink slime" stuff that was being mixed with meat and fed to kids in school lunches. The beef trimmings were once only legal in dog food and cooking oils, but then the USDA decided it's cool to mix with human food as long as it's treated with ammonia.

Well, this stuff just isn't being force fed to kids either, we're ALL eating it. An ABC News investigation has revealed that 70% of all ground beef found in grocery stories contains pink slime. So, essentially, we're eating what we used to consider dog food.

To make matters worse and 70% of ground beef 100% MORE unappetizing, the original term for pink slime was soylent pink. In case you've never seen the Charlton Heston movie, Soylent Green was made out of dead human beings.

Gerald Zirnstein, a former USDA scientist who coined the term, quit his job after his bosses approved its use in our beef and now grinds his own hamburger meat to avoid digesting the stuff. In an interview, he recalled that when he brought up the issue to former undersecretary of agriculture, Joann Smith, she simply responded that "it’s pink, therefore it’s meat."

She now works for the company that produces pink slime and has made millions of dollars as a result of her legalizing the use of the cheap excuse for real meat.

Don't ya just love how our government works? Check out the ABC News story above for all the details and get ready to go vegan! Ha!

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David Beckham Replaces Jamie Oliver As Spokesman For UK Supermarket

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Out with the old, in with the new!

David Beckham has replaced Jamie Oliver as the face of UK supermarket chain Sainsbury’s for a reported $8 million!

Not a bad way for David to bring home some extra bacon to the Beckham's $165 million empire.

Joining Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds, Beckham will be an ambassador for Sainsbury's Active Kids campaign and promote its sponsorship of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

As a father of four children, the L.A. Galaxy soccer player was impressed by the company's commitment to kid's health, explaining:

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