Restaurants in deep-blue cities starved for diners while Florida is feasting

Restaurants in deep-blue cities starved for diners while Florida is feasting

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! It’s famine or feast for American restaurants right now. Establishments in deep-blue cities that faced both excessive COVID-19 restrictions plus violent protests in 2020 are starved for diners, according to global data. The same source shows that Sun Belt boomtowns in Florida, Texas and Arizona are busier … Read more

The Healthy Food Movement Comes To Kenya’s Tea Capital

The Healthy Food Movement Comes To Kenya’s Tea Capital

Jackline Cherono walks in from tending to her acre of tea in Ainamoi, a settlement in Kenya’s Kericho County where she works as a lead farmer. The lettering, “Toror Tea Factory” embroidered on her iridescent yellow jumpsuit pops out against the vibrant greens of dense Camellia sinensis leaves. Jackline’s confident, wise and upbeat personality disguises … Read more

YouTube Influencer Emma Chamberlain Founded Coffee Company Closes $7 Million Series A Funding

YouTube Influencer Emma Chamberlain Founded Coffee Company Closes  Million Series A Funding

Chamberlain Coffee is the brainchild of YouTube phenomenon Emma Chamberlain. FELISHA TOLENTINO Chamberlain Coffee, the brainchild of YouTube phenomenon Emma Chamberlain, has onboarded multiple e-commerce and beverage experts to join the company’s latest $7 million series A funding round to develop new products and expand retail footprint. Nik Sharma, who has invested and advised several … Read more

USDA gives religious schools Title IX school meal funding exemption

USDA gives religious schools Title IX school meal funding exemption

In this edition of 5 Things, Food Management highlights five things you may have missed recently about developments affecting onsite dining. Here’s your list for today: USDA grants religious schools Title IX exemption for school meal funding Related: 5 things: Groups charge USDA with “dietary racism” over school milk policy Religious schools will not be … Read more

11 easy meals for filling your kid’s lunchbox

11 easy meals for filling your kid’s lunchbox

Packing a wholesome school lunch is every parent’s objective. A lunch that features nutritious grub will keep your munchkins energized and satisfied all day long — but only if they eat it. Offering a wide variety of smaller items is often more desirable than simply sending them with a sandwich and an apple and it … Read more

World-class chef evolves downtown restaurant with tasting menus, special events – SiouxFalls.Business

World-class chef evolves downtown restaurant with tasting menus, special events – SiouxFalls.Business

Aug. 16, 2022 This paid piece is sponsored by J&L Harley-Davidson. “Look at this,” restaurant owner and chef Bryan Moscatello says, opening a copy of the menu for Harvester Kitchen. He points to a column of dishes on the left side of the menu, grouped under the heading “plant based.” There’s a preserved tomato arancini, … Read more

Bryant-Denny Stadium alcohol license approved by Tuscaloosa city council

Bryant-Denny Stadium alcohol license approved by Tuscaloosa city council

Tuscaloosa’s city council on Tuesday evening voted to approve alcohol sales at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The application for an alcohol license was made by Levy Premium Foodservice LP, the concession company serving Alabama football games. The seven-member council voted in favor of the license, which must now be approved by the state of Alabama’s alcoholic beverage … Read more

Applebee’s: Healthiest and Unhealthiest Menu Items: Dietitian Review

Applebee’s: Healthiest and Unhealthiest Menu Items: Dietitian Review

Ilana Muhlstein, a dietitian, reviewed an Applebee’s menu for Insider. She said she’d avoid deep-fried foods and select menu options that include vegetables and protein. She said she’d also avoid menu items with high fat or sugar content, such as the quesadilla burger. Loading Something is loading. Chain restaurants offer convenient sit-down or to-go meals … Read more