Food & Drink

This needs little reiterating but over the last few years, hard seltzer has dominated drinking culture. Brands like White Claw and Truly have commandeered the zeitgeist, finding its way into the hands of college students, moms, the health-conscious, and seemingly every other category of drinker in-between. Now, the category is on rocky ground. Sales of hard seltzers
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Coca-Cola is harnessing its history of collectibles with a first NFT as marketers continue experimenting with the intersection of cryptocurrency and culture. The Atlanta-based beverage giant is selling a series of four NFTs—known as non-fungible tokens—that will be sold as a single asset with proceeds benefiting Special Olympics International. NFTs are digital assets backed by
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Gloria Yip is a self-taught baker who creates Pokémon-themed desserts. Recently she started to make Poké Ball hot chocolate bombs, made up of chocolate, hot chocolate mix, and marshmallows. When hot milk is poured on the chocolate Poké Ball, the Pokémon is released. She creates these desserts as a hobby. For more, visit: https://www.instagram.com/miscellaneousmao/ https://www.facebook.com/miscellaneousmao
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On July 26, the restaurant group by CHLOE. rolled out a full rebrand at all of its locations, repositioning itself as Beatnic. The new name is inspired by the vegan restaurant’s original Greenwich Village location, Beatnic aims to reflect its creative, inclusive, and vibrant cultural values in its new iteration. Following a busy year of significant challenges
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Topline Despite widespread protests, France’s parliament Monday passed a controversial law requiring special “health passes” for people that choose to dine-in at restaurants or travel domestically, in addition to mandating universal vaccinations for healthcare and other essential workers, as the country attempts to combat a surge in coronavirus infections.  Key Facts All adults wishing to
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José Andrés, renowned restaurateur and hands-on philanthropist, undertakes dual roles as leader of both the nonprofit World Central Kitchen, known for its work delivering food relief in the wake of natural and humanitarian disasters, and as chef and owner of ThinkFoodGroup, a collection of nearly thirty restaurants, with more than a half dozen more opening in 2021
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Bean there, done that. A study Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications is getting some attention because it showed that the extract from nattō beans, a traditional Japanese food item, could prevent Covid-19 coronavirus infections. However, before you start consuming nattō by the truckload, keep in mind that these findings may only apply if you happen
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