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In 2015, long before the pandemic forced the restaurant world to do without food service, Everytable launched as a new kind of restaurant concept with a social justice mission. It started out as a physical store with a menu of healthy and fresh take out. Served by a central commissary kitchen, the stores offered dishes …

The location was a major draw to the Misiaks, both due to the options available in the building and the growing number of other valve houses near downtown Longview. Antidote Tap House is across 14th Avenue and Tapped Roots is a few blocks east of Broadway. Rather than seeing other businesses as competitors, the Misiaks …

Based in Illinois CF Industries (FC) said last week it would shut down operations at its two UK factories indefinitely due to the high price of natural gas. Those factories provide 60% of the UK’s food-grade CO2 as a by-product of fertilizer production, according to the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA), which warned on Friday …

In the heart of downtown Rochester is County Monroe’s only community kitchen. Launched in October 2020 in the Sibley building, Commissioner is Rochester’s premier food business incubator. Last week, I visited the site and chatted with Laura Fox O’Sullivan, President of The Commissary, to learn more about this exciting company. She is also vice-president of …

Starbucks baristas are allowed to mix fruit in drinks, but not other foods. Still, baristas say some patrons ask for cakes, pastries or egg bites to be mixed into drinks. One said she even asked to be asked to add protein shakes to drinks. Loading Something is loading. If you ask your Starbucks barista to …

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit E-mail To print Submitted photo Mykela Jackson Pop-up Herbal Offers Healthy Kitchens at North Mpls Mykela Jackson aka “Keiko” is on a mission to help others improve their health. She is the owner of Keiko’s Kitchen, a pop-up herbal restaurant located in North Minneapolis. The place is known for its tasty …

From left to right, Dave Spann, Chautauqua County Soil and Water Manager; Greg Rater, Owner of Slab City Organics; Chautauqua County Legislator Bill Ward. Lawmaker Bill Ward reviews Slab City Organics plans with owner Greg Rater Photo submitted From left to right, Dave Spann, Chautauqua County Soil and Water Manager; Greg Rater, Owner of Slab …

Concerns over the impact of high energy prices in Britain reached a new level on Friday when the country’s meat industry warned that supplies of chicken, beef and pork could be affected. The British Meat Processors Association said the recent closure of fertilizer factories in Britain and elsewhere in Europe due to soaring prices for …

Not that long ago there was a time when going to grocery stores or restaurants was pretty much the only way to get food. Oh, the big cities had pizza and Chinese food deliveries. But that was about it. Then came the pandemic, and everything changed. And some of these changes seem to persist. The …

Massachusetts Institute of Technology students just got new on-campus dining options. Working with CommonWealth Kitchen – a Dorchester-based non-profit incubator that helps food industry entrepreneurs launch their brands – the prestigious tech university recently opened a food court called Launchpad at MIT inside its Stratton Student Center. The Launchpad includes three companies: Bibim Box, a …