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New York Considers Requiring Raw Fish To Be Kept Frozen

The New York Department of Health is reportedly pondering new standards that would require all fish for sushi and ceviche to be frozen, and some restaurateurs are not happy about it.

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Hollywood Brings NYC Deli Traditions To Big Screen With Deli Man Release

For some, delicatessen food is close to a religious experience. A tender, crumbling cut of corned beef steeped in its juices. A full-bodied garlic dill pickle.

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Bronx Based Allied Metal Set To Bring Gluten Free Cookware Solutions To NAFEM Show

As more and more restaurants are seeing the need for gluten-free dishes on their menus, it’s not just about the flours they use but also the equipment.

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Award Winning London Restaurant Opens First Ever US Outpost In NYC

Zuma, London's award-winning restaurant, late last month officially opened its highly anticipated location in Midtown Manhattan, the ninth outpost in its international collection.

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Pride Of New York Marketplace/Taste NY To Feature Locally Sourced Products At IRFSNY

The Pride of New York Marketplace/Taste NY Pavilion will preview exclusive products from New York growers and producers at the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York from March 8 - 10, 2015, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City.

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CT Optometrist Brings Eater’s Readers Solution To Tri-State Patrons With Goal Of Maximizing Per Check Yield

How many times have you seen diners fumbling angrily for their reading glasses, only to have to borrow ones from their partner?  A new business can make that never happen again in your restaurant.

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Long Island’s Americold Brings Seasoned Refrigeration Expertise To Tri-State Food Service Operators

Foodborne diseases caused 5,000 deaths and an astounding 76 million illnesses in 2014. With stakes this high, foodservice operations must guarantee food safety. So for many leading Metro NYC operators, Americold provides a dependable solution.

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2015 Latino Food Industry Trade Show Features Producers and Dynamic International Business Exchanges

At the heart of the Latino market in the Tri-state New York Metropolitan area, the “World of the Latino Cuisine: El Mundo de la Cocina Latina, a food product and beverage trade show, will showcase domestic and international food products  on August 26-27, 2015 , at the Meadowlands Expo Center in the New York/New Jersey market.

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BJ’s Restaurants Opens in Nanuet, New York

BJ's Restaurants, Inc. (Nasdaq:BJRI) today announced the opening of its newest restaurant in Nanuet, New York, on Monday, February 2, 2015. The new BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse® is located on Fashion Drive as the latest addition to the 1 million square foot regional shopping destination, The Shops at Nanuet. The restaurant is approximately 8,000 square feet, seats approximately 250 guests and features BJ's extensive menu, including BJ's signature deep-dish pizza, award-winning handcrafted beer and famous Pizookie® dessert.

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With New Cloud-Based Software, ShiftZen Offering Restaurants a New Approach to Employee Scheduling and Shift Planning

Imagine shaving about four to five hours off the time you spend scheduling your employees.  There’s the schedule you post to the wall – irrelevant the minute you put it up -- the phone calls when workers don’t show up, the shifts that need to be covered, or changed, to suit employees’ needs.  And you’ve just wasted about half the day simply setting up and managing schedules.

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