Wednesday’s business headlines

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at Wednesday’s business headlines.

Midwest move

Researchers at Porch say Midwest cities tend to have low costs of living and low unemployment rates for recent college graduates.

In fact, it ranks Indianapolis as the 12th best city for a college grad to go.

It says the median income for starting college grad in Indianapolis is $40,000 and the cots of living is about 9% lower than average.

Europe trips

United and Delta will offer seasonal daily service to Iceland and Greece this summer.

U.S. tourists do have to prove they are vaccinated against COVID-19.

Both countries heavily depend on tourism and the EU is under pressure to reopen to travelers.

Taco Bell

Taco Bell said that more than 8 billion sauce packets are used every year in the United States, a massive number that is potentially environmentally damaging.

The restaurant chain will launch a recycling pilot program later this year and says participation will be simple and involve free shipping.

BBQ supply

Experts predicts that as BBQs and cookouts return this summer, the supply of port products could be further stressed.

Some experts are predicting that outdoor events, like BBQs and cookouts, will be extremely popular this summer, Business Insider reports.

This is due to the fact that while most Americans will be vaccinated by then, they will likely prefer outdoor events over indoor experiences.

There has reportedly been a shortage of hogs for over a year now.