Industry Insights

Public Relations Tells The Stories Behind The Food

So often, we sit down for lunch or dinner at a restaurant and make no connection whatsoever with the food we are eating. by Cindi Avila

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Global Mixology

There are times in a career when work travel sounds like so much fun. It’s exciting. It’s glamorous. It’s a different country with a different language, different food, drink and culture and all that the city has to offer.  And it takes its toll. by Karena Wu

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Just as Sweet

Looking to revitalize your dessert wine list? Just look to the south of Bordeaux, France to the wine region of Entre-Deux-Mers. Its name literally translated means “between two seas” as it’s positioned between the Dordogne and Garonne rivers. This triangle of land offers picturesque landscapes, historical forts, quaint villages and impressive monasteries that date back to the Middle Ages.

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Jersey Firm Sets Sights On Enabling Foodservice Operators To Serve Signature Waffles

Co-founders of WaffleWaffle, a gourmet Belgian waffle manufacturing business that blasted off a year after the guys graduated from college, the company's products can now be found in almost every state in the Union - in supermarkets, specialty stores, restaurants and convenience stores.

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Thinking of Opening a Food Business?

Thinking of opening a restaurant or food business? The International Culinary Center (ICC) in Manhattan has a course that can help you do just that.

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What If …? A Fantasy

If you have driven on an interstate highway, you have probably seen the bumper sticker on most tractor trailers that reads “Without Trucks – America Stops.” There is no question that these four words make a compelling argument for the trucking industry.

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Safety Standards for US Importers & Foreign Exporters

Know the requirements for food products that are manufactured or processed outside the country.

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Metro New York Mixology

With limited distribution at present, currently only in New York State, Sag Harbor “Old Whalers Style” Rum should be on your very short list of things that you must find. by Warren Bobrow

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Foodservice Tenants - Negotiate Your Commercial Lease or Renewal

For the past 10 years, The Lease Coach has been speaking at foodservice shows all across the United States and Canada. Some of the most popular shows where thousands of tenants have taken our seminars are the California, Florida and New York Food Service shows.

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Youth in Bars

When we were young, boy was it fun to go to the bars to get drunk.  Then we got a little older and we decided to eat before we went out.  Then, we got even older and found that we could eat and drink right at the bar without the hassle of the restaurant reservation and the rowdy crowds at the bar.  And who do we trust to service us so completely?  Our bartenders!

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