Breakfast Buzz: Shamrock Shakes and Szechuan Sauce are Back

Walmart is revamping its website, launching a new section dedicated to home products such as furniture and decorative items. That story tops this morning's Breakfast Buzz

The new page will feature curated collections in nine different styles, including modern, mid-century and bohemian. Walmart's move takes aim at Target, which has been investing in exclusive home brands, as well as Amazon, Wayfair and IKEA. The section is part of a broader overhaul of, as it tries to combat slowing online sales.

You're in luck if you're craving a McDonald's shamrock shake.  It's available now, but, the company hasn't said exactly how long it will remain on the menu.  For the occasion, the fast food chain has launched an app to help users track down the closet store selling the milkshake. In addition, the golden arches is also bringing back Szechuan sauce. The dipping sauce was an instant sensation when it was introduced for one day only last October.

Goodbye free footlongs. Starting next month, Subway will be rolling out a new loyalty program.
instead of free sandwiches, customers who spend $50 will get a $2 discount toward sandwiches, salads, or other menu items. It's part of Subway's plan to keep its loyalty program strong, and fight declining sales that fell more than 4% in 2017 according to an industry food tracker.

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