Food & Drink

No longer Provencal copycats, American rosés are increasingly capable of reflecting their geographies. Fly the flag for American roses! Illustration: L. Bortolot It’s our first Fourth of July during a pandemic. I have no words of wisdom for these extraordinary times, except keep your distance (6 feet), and remove your mask only to taste these
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Philadelphia — Chef/Owner Marcie Turney of Little Nonnaâ’s restaurant oversees a kitchen dedicated … [+] to creating Italian dishes. Turney and partner Valerie Safran own a handful of restaurants and boutiques that have helped transform Philadelphiaâ’s Washington Square West neighborhood into the trendy district it is today. EDITORIAL USE APPROVED Reflecting similar organizing efforts gearing
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Coronavirus outbreak at pistachio processor Primex Farms is more than the facility has acknowledged, … [+] according to the United Farm Workers. ASSOCIATED PRESS Seventy-six farmworkers who work for Primex Farms in Wasco, California have tested positive for COVID-19—over twice as many workers as the company has publicly acknowledged. The United Farm Workers labor union has
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TOPLINE The restaurant industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and there has been hope that as states reopen, people will return to restaurants—but a recent poll indicates that 60% of Americans won’t be comfortable going to restaurants within a month of the coronavirus infection rate flattening.  People eating outside in New York
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From calorie count to portion size, we compared everything between the UK and US McDonald’s. MORE FOOD VIDEOS: Best Sandwich In Every State LA’s Most Legendary Mochi Is Made In This 117-Year-Old Shop What Dessert Looks Like In 33 Countries Around the World —————————————————— #FastFood #McDonalds #FoodInsider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people
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The QT camera above the pack station in a Domino’s store leverages artificial intelligence to ensure … [+] product consistency. Domino’s Australia In 2019, a bunch of restaurant chains started dabbling in artificial intelligence, leveraging the technology to enable voice ordering, ensure quality assurance, improve labor costs and more. McDonald’s MCD $300 million purchase of
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Like many businesses and educational institutions operating during the pandemic, restaurants are considering whether to seek COVID-19 waivers from customers and employees. Restaurants should be wary, though, because seeking a waiver could end up doing more harm than good. What Is A Waiver? A waiver (or “hold harmless” or “assumption of risk”) agreement is a contract
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Polish co-founder Kamila Hankiewicz discusses the challenges of navigating the male-dominated … [+] Japanese blacksmith industry, and more. Credit: Japana Kamila Hankiewicz, a Polish woman living in London, started a kitchenware company highlighting minimalist Japanese design three years ago following a challenging search for the perfect Christmas gift for her partner. She stumbled upon some
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When Ralph Birkhoff relocated to the Caribbean nine years ago, from his native Toronto, it did not take him long to recognise that agriculture and energy were two critical areas that needed to be improved within the region. Birkhoff and partner, John Martin and a group of shareholders, co-founded Alquimi Renewables LLC, focusing on renewable energy
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Stilton cheese at the Cropwell Bishop Creamery near Nottingham, England. Getty Images Many cheesemakers have suffered a huge dip in sales during the pandemic, leading many producers in France and England to worry about the future of the industry. The wonderfully pungent and crumbly Stilton cheese, which Robinson Crusoe author Daniel Defoe called in 1724,
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Food delivery. Getty Square, a point-of-sale and payment processing platform, has launched a new on-demand delivery service for its sellers. Restaurants and others can now dispatch delivery drivers for orders that customers place on their websites without paying commissions. Square is competing with third-party delivery services, such as DoorDash. “In this challenging new business environment,
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Augmented reality in a food production environment. Getty Images On May 5, CBS News reported that nearly 145 field employees for the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service were absent from work due to exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Despite the proliferation of digital technologies and instant communication, face-to-face meetings, inspections, and consultations were still a
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