Month: February 2024

Supermarkets and food companies have registered dietitians in strategic leadership roles and adding registered nurses, nurse practitioners, medical doctors, and health coaches to drive their health and well-being initiatives and to fuel their commitment to “Food as Medicine”. FMI – The Food Industry Association released the findings from its latest survey report, “Food Industry Contributions
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The wilds of Alaska, British Columbia, and Yosemite Valley are three locations beloved by travelers looking to escape into the beauty of nature and explore the outdoors—and all three destinations will have even more to offer this upcoming year. These destinations all include brand-new accommodations and experiences launching soon in 2024, so book your next
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Miniature models of Boeing commercial airplanes displayed at the Singapore Airshow in Singapore on February 20, 2024.  Roslan Rahman | Afp | Getty Images SINGAPORE — Boeing touted its 737 Max aircraft as “the safest airplane” and said China’s latest domestic jetliner Comac C919 is similar to offerings by Airbus and Boeing that are already
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Chicago-based investment firm, Bluestein Ventures, has closed its oversubscribed third fund at $45 million, and it aims to continue investing in early-stage businesses across the entire food and beverage supply chain. Anchored by the Bluestein family and the first to receive backing from external family offices and entrepreneurs with expertise in the food space, the
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The wilds of Alaska, British Columbia, and Yosemite Valley are three locations beloved by travelers looking to escape into the beauty of nature and explore the outdoors—and all three destinations will have even more to offer this upcoming year. These destinations all include brand-new accommodations and experiences launching soon in 2024, so book your next
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Outbound passengers queue up to check in at Yantai Penglai International Airport on February 9, 2023 in Yantai, Shandong Province of China.  Vcg | Visual China Group | Getty Images Asia-Pacific’s travel sector is seeing strong growth, with demand for flights set to match pre-pandemic levels this year — thanks to Chinese tourists. The region’s
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To help keep your finger on the pulse, I’ve worked with IYC’s leading sales consultants to predict this year’s top five features for superyachts. From cutting-edge technology to eco-conscious considerations, these features are not only captivating discerning buyers but also founding perspectives for charterers. Whether this is the year you decide to purchase your first
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Picture miles of sprawling vineyards surrounded by mountains, dotted with boutique wineries, tasting rooms, world-class restaurants and quaint places to stay just minutes from the Pacific Ocean. No, this is not Napa, it’s Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California, Mexico, only 90 miles south of the San Diego-Tijuana border. Often hailed as the Napa Valley
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In my estimation, few London neighborhoods compare to Bermondsey for food and drink lovers. In fact, there’s some of south-east London’s best restaurants, bars and coffee shops on Bermondsey Street alone. Just a smidge southeast of London Bridge and Borough Market – yet, somehow, attracting 95% less tourists – Bermondsey Street has long been a
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The food industry is grappling with the growing prevalence of child labor. Many Republican-led states continue to weaken child labor protections. Meanwhile, major food brands face new pressures from shareholders and advocates to build more fair and dignified supply chains. At a recent Tyson Foods TSN shareholder meeting, workers and faith-based investors demanded the corporation
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