Food & Drink

Center-stage startups may soon become gamechangers, but their journey may already contain a valuable lesson for us all. Innovation Spotlight Dishare is a personalized, culinary health-sensitive platform based on social networks, crowdsourcing, and AI that leads users to better culinary choices. Startup Cofounder, CEO Bar Reuven, CTO Pavel Kirillov, and Head of Product, Andrew Amann
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We’re one month into 2023, and this year’s top drink trends seem to be punctuated by premiumization and digital drinking. According to Whole Foods, there’s one more ingredient on the rise: Yaupon tea. Originally known as Cassina by the Timucua tribe, “Carolina tea” in England and “black drink” in Spain, Yaupon is a tea made
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Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Happy Friday! We’ve almost made it! Take a moment to congratulate yourself. I know I’ve had a full week. What about you? My highlights included interviewing the CEO of the country’s largest fishing company, as well as a fun lunchtime talk with Northwestern M.B.A. students. We’re
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Corporate consolidation in our food system is going on without most of us knowing. Massive companies are controlling a greater and greater proportion of food production. And at a time when we urgently need to be taking steps forward in protecting our climate, biodiversity, and workers, this sort of industrialization is actively pushing us backward.
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From calorie count to portion sizes, we wanted to find out all the differences between fast food in India and the United States. This is Food Wars USA vs. India! —————————————————— #FoodWars #IndiavsUsa #FoodInsider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science,
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As a kid growing up in Manila I was always given a mixture of hot water, honey, and lemon whenever I felt marginally under the weather—a non-alcoholic toddy, if you will. And while it didn’t always “cure” whatever ailed me, it certainly eased some discomfort and made things a tad more tolerable. (After all, the
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Earlier this month, I quizzed top bartenders on trends they expected to come to play in 2023. There were AI bartenders and batched beverages, healthier drinking and the rise of rum. But one of the biggest trends? The continued influx of non-alcoholic products. “I definitely feel like spirit-free and low-ABV cocktails will continue to pick
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Guy Fieri will pop up stadium-side this Super Bowl Sunday, hosting the largest free culinary event in football history: the Flavortown tailgate. Part food festival, part music festival, the 10,000-person Tailgate will feature Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives restaurant pop-ups, local Phoenix greats, tons of bars, tailgate fun, and much more. “Everybody knows that I love
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The company’s share price has fallen since the arrest in November of the CFO, the 32-year-old, fourth-generation heir apparent, on intoxication and trespassing charges. By Chloe Sorvino From a young age, John R. Tyson has been preparing to potentially take over the family business, Tyson Foods, the biggest U.S. meat company. He’s followed the prescribed
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Michel Cluizel in Normandy, France is a sweet paradise for praline lovers. The factory has been making chocolate for over 70 years. Praline chocolate is one of their specialties. Praline is made from caramelized nuts that’s used in a variety of sweet treats. You can find their stores in Paris, Normandy, and New York. See
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