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King & Prince Recalls Nova Style Salmon, Other Products Due To Listeria Risks

BRUNSWICK, GA (November 25, 2011)—King & Prince Seafood Corp. has initiated a voluntary recall of Nova Style cold smoked salmon and sable fish lox, salmon...

Authenticity is Key Ingredient in Ethnic Fare, Reports Mintel

CHICAGO (February 29, 2012 - PRNewswire)—Ethnic food preparation and consumption has been on the rise over the past several years and according to Mintel's...

WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 17, 2012)—Driven by consumer choice, the U.S. organic industry grew by 9.5 percent overall in 2011 to reach $31.5 billion in sales...

ROSEMONT, IL (August 16, 2012)—Reinhart Foodservice Louisiana, L.L.C., announced that it acquired certain assets of P.A. Menard’s business in New...

RIDGEFIELD, CT (January 2, 2013)—The Chefs' Warehouse, Inc., a distributor of specialty food products in the United States, announced that it has acquired...

HOUSTON (May 20, 2013)—Sysco Corporation, North America's largest foodservice distribution company, introduced its new Solutions and Services business,...

Licensing products doesn't have to be a huge undertaking. Brands with small programs that they say are lucrative as well as simpler to maintain—and began with relative ease. For restaurateurs looking into licensing, there are lessons to learn at every level.

In my early days as a restaurateur I learned a valuable lesson about guest perceptions. By featuring the right branded products, I improved my profits.

The low-carb trend appears to have plateaued, according to new research, which says more than half of all consumers who tried the diet have given it up.

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