Food & Drink

“The biggest surprise this year is that consumption of packaged foods remained elevated despite mobility returning and food-service establishments regaining customers.” that according to Robert Moskow, a senior analyst at investment bank Credit Suisse. The questions that I have is whether this consumption behavior is due three issues: the need of so many of us
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A new agreement with Coca-Cola KO to create alcoholic Fresca cocktails could be part of the solution to help pull Constellation’s Wine & Spirits Division out of the red. In an early morning third quarter fiscal year 2022 earnings conference call, Constellation CEO, Bill Newlands and CFO, Garth Hankinson, shared the company’s most recent results,
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Only days into the new year, two major cities are slated to get even more delicious. Harlem-based Chef Alexander Small, the James Beard award-winning visionary of The Cecil and its sister restaurant Minton’s, is opening the world’s first African food hall, Alkebulan. Small, a former opera singer turned culinary activist, debuted the concept at Expo 2020 Dubai in October 2021. Following
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In Utah, Arizona and Idaho, soda shops, such as Sodalicious, Swig and Fitz, have been proliferating. Located in states known as the Mormon corridor (though the Mormon church is now called the Church of Jesus Christ of Ladder-Day Saints), these stores have flourished, to some extent, because this church prohibits drinking coffee and tea. Hence,
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While many would-be drinkers are starting off “Dry January” with something alcohol-free, Pabst Blue Ribbon is ringing in the new year with an apology. Earlier today, the beer brand’s official Twitter account posted a series of questionable tweets criticizing the month designated for abstaining from alcohol. Some saw the commentary as insensitive to anyone cutting
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While zero-ABV beers and spirit-free liquors continue to command more attention, there’s one segment of the non-alcoholic category that holds a huge amount of potential according to experts: functional beverages. “Over the next few years we’ll see the non-alcoholic beverage sector grow in the RTD category and on-premise with a heavy emphasis on functionality,” says
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There isn’t much middle ground when it comes to Champagne Henriot’s Cuvée Hemera 2006. As a vintage Champagne that has just become available on the market this month, at $185 SRP, it’s here to make a statement. The composition of the wine reads like a straight-from-central-casting portrayal of what we imagine a historic Champagne house’s lineage to
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When her father, Gianni, passed away suddenly in 2008, Miriam Lee Masciarelli assumed his role of Winery Administrator. Enrolled at the time in a program that would earn her a degree in Economics and Management at Rome’s Luiss University, the 18-year-old student also became a Junior Brand Ambassador for Masciarelli Tenute Agricole, the winery started
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