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How airplane food goes from the kitchen to your flight

November 7, 2019 by


How airplane food goes from the kitchen to your flight Inside Gate Gourmet, the airline catering company that makes up to 25,000 meals a day. How airplane food gets to your seat Gate Gourmet at Dulles International Airport caters 18,000 meals for passengers on 275 flights daily. That number can reach 25,000 meals in high […]

If You Do This, You’re Eating Your Yogurt All Wrong

March 26, 2019 by


by Ceara Milligan Next time you peel back the lid of your yogurt cup and see that thin layer of liquid on top, don’t pour it out. Instead, be sure to mix it thoroughly before taking a spoonful. Why? The liquid on top of yogurt is actually a protein that has plenty of health benefits. […]

Food Law and Regulation Boot Camp

October 10, 2017 by


Sponsored Advertorial Food Law and Regulation Boot Camp November 13 – 15, 2017,  Chicago, IL Gain an understanding of how USDA, FDA (including FSMA), and FTC work together to regulate the food industry. Boost your food regulatory IQ and learn from the “who’s who” of the food regulatory bar who will provide instruction and insights […]

Hearthside Whoopie Pies by Bar Harbor Foods

May 11, 2017 by


Sponsored Advertorial Hearthside Whoopie Pies Here at Bar Harbor Foods we are divided. Which is better? Light, fluffy, yet thin whoopies or a more robust, thick and stout whoopie? Guess which won out? It you would like to enjoy these official Maine treats more spongecake-like and thinner, simply add 1/2 cup milk to thin out […]

Organic Food isn’t all its Cracked up to be

March 13, 2017 by


Sorry green-market-loving hipsters, but it turns out eating organic isn’t always that great for the planet, and may only have a marginal effect on your health. A new study published in the journal Science Advances reports that even though organic farms have the ecofriendly benefit of using fewer pesticides, they also use more land, which […]