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Cecilia Chiang, Who Brought Authentic Chinese Food to America, Dies at 100

New York Times
Cecilia Chiang, whose San Francisco restaurant, the Mandarin, introduced American diners in the 1960s to the richness and variety of authentic Chinese cuisine, died on Wednesday at her home in San Francisco. She was 100. Her granddaughter Siena Chiang confirmed the death. Ms. Chiang came to the United States from......
Food Business News

Specialty Food Association names top 2021 trends

FoodBusinessNews
NEW YORK — The events of 2020 will largely shape how consumers eat and drink in 2021. As Americans continue to cope with the ongoing pandemic, racial unrest, and political and economic turmoil, brands and products promoting an elevated experience, positive social impact and immunity benefits will gain even greater......
In the News

Guy Built A Bird Feeder That Accepts Bottle Caps For Food, And These Wild Magpies Love It

IA
It’s mind-blowing to see animals learn meaningful tricks. Sure, a dog who can bring you a beer from the fridge is awesome too, but in today’s world, you gotta start thinking bigger than that. Hans Forsberg works with robotics on industrial applications for artificial intelligence and had an idea on......
Food Business News

ADM finds five trends shaping the food industry

FoodBusinessNews
CHICAGO — Behavioral and societal changes spurred by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will impact the way consumers eat and drink in the new year, according to Archer Daniels Midland Co. Drawing on research from its OutsideVoice consumer insights platform, the company’s top trends for 2021 are shaped by heightened stress......
Food Business News

Taste and price are table stakes for trendy food items

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CHICAGO — Consumers are most concerned about how trendy foods taste, what they cost and how good they are for their health, according to a new report from Kearney. The management consulting firm surveyed 1,000 consumers about the factors that go into trying a new food trend. Nearly 80% said......
TMZ.com

Vote.Org Food Trucks Feeding Voters for Free at Polling Locations

TMZ
Some lucky voters casting their ballots are getting a tasty reward — even before election results — in the form of free tacos!!! Here’s the deal … Vote.org branded food trucks are descending on voting sites through Election Day, providing folks braving the long lines with free grub, water and......
CNBC Business

World Bank Group invests in a start-up tackling the $2.5 trillion food waste problem

CNBC
CNBC – For more and to sign up click here IFC invests in start-up tackling $2.5 trillion food waste issue Search quotes, news & videos Source – Click here for more To Return to the Main Aggregate News Page – click here...
CBS US News

“It’s brought joy”: Georgia food writer opens porch restaurant for chipmunk

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CBS News – For more and to sign up click here For Atlanta-based food writer Angela Hansberger, the coronavirus pandemic has been hard to swallow. She can’t write about restaurants when they’re closed. “I was facing a lot of anxiety. I kind of hid it,” said Hansberger. “Gosh, I’m crying.......
In the News

70 Side-By-Side Comparisons Of The Food Restaurants Advertise Vs. What They Actually Serve

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When you don’t have any expectations, you can’t get disappointed. But when there’s an advertisement for a delicious meal shoved right up in your face but you get served a big pile of cheap-looking cooking, you can’t help but get angry. Nobody expects picture-perfect food at restaurants. However, some of......
Cleveland Scene

Imports and Ex-Pats: Recent Little Italy Addition Home Bistro Hits All the Right Notes

ClevelandScene
click to enlarge We often hear of restaurants being described as “neighborhood spots,” but what exactly does that mean? Well, there’s the location, for starters, which requires that the restaurant be situated in an actual neighborhood where people live as opposed to, say, a lifestyle center where people shop. In......
History

A Brief History of the TV Dinner

Smithsonian
In 1925, the Brooklyn-born entrepreneur Clarence Birdseye invented a machine for freezing packaged fish that would revolutionize the storage and preparation of food. Maxson Food Systems of Long Island used Birdseye’s technology, the double-belt freezer, to sell the first complete frozen dinners to airlines in 1945, but plans to offer......
Food Business News

SFA cancels Winter Fancy Food Show, announces virtual event

FoodBusinessNews
NEW YORK – The Specialty Food Association (SFA) has canceled the 2021 Winter Fancy Food Show, which was scheduled to take place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco Jan. 17-19.  The cancellation of the 46th annual winter show was driven by the closure of the Moscone Center due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing......
Cleveland Scene

How Did Cleveland Come to Love Clambakes So Much?

ClevelandScene
click to enlarge Cleveland Memory Project Chef John Comella of the Euclid Fish Company has assistance sorting clams for a catered clambake in 1964 “I don’t think any other part of the country has a fall clambake season like ours,” Bill Gullo, director of purchasing at Catanese Classic Seafood in......
History

New Project Aims to Revive Ozark Cuisine Through Seeds

Smithsonian
Since she was a young girl, Xanthia DeBerry has revelled in all the twists and turns leading up to a garden harvest. But this year, when it was time to plant new seeds, her impetus for producing food became more meaningful than any past growing season she remembers. On a......
In the News

Baker Makes Various Colorful Shag-Rug And Other Cakes, Including This Ancient Persian Rug Cake

IA
There are a handful of things that make life complete. And though they vary from person to person, I think it’s safe to say that cake would make it into everyone’s list. Now, what if I told you that cakes nowadays come in all shapes and sizes? And sometimes they......
Food Business News

Six megatrends shaping the food industry

FoodBusinessNews
BOSTON — Major food companies are seeing increased competition from smaller brands and rising costs of production, even in the face of industry wide growth, according to a new report from Lux Research. “While it was once beneficial to be big, to have an integrated supply chain and costly capital......
BBC - Politics

Parliamentary tussle over food standards to resume

BBC
A parliamentary tussle over post-Brexit plans for food standards is set to resume. MPs are set to decide whether to accept or reject changes to legislation, such as whether to require imports after 1 January to match UK legal standards. Campaigners warn the UK may have to accept lower standards......

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