Exercise great caution around this beer: The Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
Plus why we win at coffee and sales you might want to skip
Miss something this week? Don't panic. CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need.
The new national beverage?
(And some mornings, that really doesn't seem like enough.)
Not to get between you and your caffeine fix, but it probably means those recycling problems could really be a very bad thing.
Exploding beer. Repeat: exploding beer
Some Amsterdam Brewery's Sweetwater Radler Blood Orange has been recalled in Ontario because, well, it might burst due to excessive internal pressure.
Approach with caution.
This week in getting scammed
(Also, good luck getting this song out of your head.)
Elsewhere in getting taken: Hey Maritimers, watch out for this one.
There's a new iPhone ICYMI
Most controversial about the new phone: There's no headphone jack, so wireless earbuds – called AirPods – are about to be a thing.
No word yet on what terrible advice the internet has on how to talk to women wearing headphones if you can't tell she's wearing headphones. (Seriously, just don't.)
The FDA announced the ban because of lack of evidence that they're safe, or, that they're any better than your basic soap and water.
We'll just be over here waiting patiently for Health Canada to publish its own assessment.
Get out of the car
The Ford recall involves doors that can spring open while you're driving.
The Mazda issue involves SUVs where the hatch could fall on you.
Bell's big shift
The issue: For the cheaper plans, Bell had been requiring that customers also sign up for the company's internet service.
The CRTC said the timing could be seen as "somewhat surprising." Ahem.