Food & Drink

Alternative protein-focused VC Unovis Asset Management has closed an oversubscribed €146 million second fund, approximately $166 million, with commitments from institutions, impact funds and investors globally, including Invest-NL, Unigestion, Credit Suisse, Fuji Oil, and Griffith Foods. Having recently onboarded the cofounder of General Mills’ venture arm 301 Inc., Pete Speranza, as an operating partner, Unovis
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The past two years have transformed the global dining scene, and the situation in Rome is no different. While some addresses have sadly closed, it is worth celebrating the courageous entrepreneurs who have withstood many challenges to launch new openings during the pandemic. I’ve enlisted Rome’s leading food writers to highlight new eateries that add
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Indian food dates back to the 19th century in the UK so it’s no surprise that not only is it one of the nation’s most popular cuisines but the quality is also superb. London’s extensive range of excellent Indian restaurants expands every year, from Michelin-starred eateries to casual dining spots. Tamarind, Trishna, The Cinnamon Club,
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The original Mamoun’s Falafel has been serving Middle Eastern staples to customers in New York City’s Greenwich Village since 1971. Insider producer Medha Imam visits Mamoun’s to try their legendary falafel, see how they’re made, and learn the history behind the beloved institution. For more, visit: https://mamouns.com/ MORE LEGENDARY EATS CONTENT: The Best Egg Cream
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We headed to Awash with Rania Sheikh to learn more about the importance of injera within the Ethiopian community. See how it’s made on a traditional round hot plate, or mitad; and talk about the best way to eat and cherish the porous, spongelike food. We also spoke to the chefs about the dish itself
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Poultry grower Trina McClendon was three years into her 15-year contract with Sanderson Farms, America’s third-largest poultry processor, when she was offered a new take-it-or-leave-it contract that would slash her farm’s income by a third. It wasn’t just McClendon’s 350-acre farm. All of Sanderson’s Mississippi growers were being asked to accept a deep cut, one
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Artisan chocolate, made by hand and usually in small batches, means it’s not only fresh and delicious but a more ethical, sustainable and healthier alternative to mass-produced chocolate. Here are eleven excellent artisanal chocolate Valentine’s Day gifts from around the world. 1.Belgium: Pierre Marcolini, Malline of 25 Hearts, £29 The Pierre Marcolini House, founded in
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Bakery workers at a Rich Products frozen foods facility in Southern California have been on strike since November. We spoke with Cristina Lujan, an employee and union member with BCTGM Local 37. Errol Schweizer: Why are you and your co-workers workers on strike? Cristina Lujan: We are on strike because we’re fighting for higher wages,
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I have a new nightly ritual and it is not what I ever expected to add into my routine.  It’s The Hot Toddy and I can’t think of a more relaxing bit of self-care this time of year.   Whether it is an old wives tale or the truth, a Hot Toddy is said to alleviate a cold
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Two weeks ago, the beer and spirits business contributor to Forbes began her annual year-in-review article by noting that 2021 had not grabbed headlines for merger and acquisition activity. Then 2022 promptly began with a succession of newsworthy mergers and acquisitions. The new shape of these transactions suggests the industry had better buckle up for
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