INDIANAPOLIS — Here's today's Consumer Catch-up:
Familiar product gets new name
Aunt Jemima's replacement is hitting store shelves.
'Pearl Milling Company' is the new name of the breakfast products and it has the same red and yellow packaging.
Shipments started going out May 31.
Cruise line resumes service
Royal Caribbean is setting sail Saturday in Florida.
It's the first passenger cruise since the pandemic no-sail orders.
The ship is running at 36% capacity, which is about 1,100 passengers.
Royal Caribbean said nearly all of the passengers are vaccinated.
UK scrutinizes online reviews
Online reviews often dictate what we buy, so they're an important part of doing business.
United Kingdom regulators are investigating Amazon and Google over concerns that they're not doing enough to stop fake reviews.
They want to know if the companies are penalizing the bad behavior.
Mortgage rates rise
Mortgage rates are slightly up again.
They climbed past 3% for the first time in over two months, according to Freddie Mac's latest survey.
Economists expect rates to continue to go up as a result of elevated inflation, and signals from officials that the Fed may raise interest rates sooner than expected.
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