P.F. Chang’s dine-in out, to-go in

In Chicago, P.F. Chang’s is rolling out a to-go model that is slated to focus on carryout, catering and deliver according to the Chicago Sun-Times. The first location will open Feb. 3 and will feature 80% of the chain’s menu. The restaurant plans to open additional to-go locations with two more in Chicago and locations […]

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Instapot kids meals coming to you via Tyson

Instant Brands Inc and Tyson Foods, Inc, has joined forces to develop Tyson Insta Pot Kits. These meal kits are designed to cook in 20 minutes and contains 100 percent natural chicken, premium long-grain rice and signature sauces. Consumers can buy three varieties: Hatch Green Chile Chicken and Rice Casserole, Cajun Style Chicken and Rice […]

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6 states linked to Hepatitis A outbreak from blackberries

The Newsweek reported a hepatitis A outbreak from fresh blackberries linked to Fresh Thyme Farmers Market stores, making 16 people sick across six states. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in November that the outbreak affected 11 people in Indiana, Nebraska and Wisconsin and on Monday, the states grew to three more, […]

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Baybel to debut hybrid and plant-based cheeses

FoodDive reports The Bel Group will expand its portfolio by in 2020 with the introduction of hybrid and plant-based cheeses. The company is is strategically focusing on its brand’s expansion plans to meet rising consumer expectations of healthy snacks. The strategic plan will include the removal of artificial flavors and colors in its products in […]

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Puris pea protein is getting a $75 million investment from Cargill

Cargill invested $75 million in Puris pea protein and will retrofit its facility for pea production starting late 2020, according to Food Business News. Puris and Cargill’s partnership started January 2018. “This is more than a pea protein facility, ” Tyler Lorenzen, president of Puris said. “This is the future of food. The Dawson facility […]

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