Ian’s, maker of delicious, convenient, and trustworthy allergy-friendly foods, announced key distribution advances across traditional grocery, mass merchandiser, naturals and online channels. In 2017, the brand secured more than 13,000 new points of distribution, significantly increasing its national presence.
Burgers are a popular menu category, and the incidence of turkey burgers in particular increased by 20 percent at the top 500 limited-service restaurants from 2015 to 2017. Understanding what consumers are seeking can help operators distinguish their offerings from the competition’s.
Campbell’s Foodservice supports culinary professionals by providing more than 500 soups, beverages, broths, sauces and entrées from trusted brands—Campbell’s, Pepperidge Farm, V8, Prego, Pace, Swanson, and more.
Italian entrepreneur Tommaso Chiabra is also investing in Beyond Meat, the company founded in 2009 by Ethan Brown, committed to producing meat with vegetable proteins that perfectly replace animals ones.
The beloved Columbus Circle Holiday Market, presented by Urbanspace, will open on November 28 at Central Park West and 59th Street. Internationally known as one of the most elegant and beautiful places for holiday shopping, the highly anticipated annual bazaar returns for the 2017 season featuring a diverse mix of over 150 original concepts from local chefs and homegrown retailers.
Residents and visitors of Alliance Town Center, the 900-acre mixed-use development within AllianceTexas, will soon have several new options for savoring a delicious meal or enjoying a refreshing drink on a patio overlooking scenic Bluestem Park.
Beyond Meat, a leader in plant-based meat, announced today the addition of Leonardo DiCaprio as an investor and advocate.“I am thrilled to officially welcome Leonardo DiCaprio to the Beyond Meat family,” says Ethan Brown, CEO of Beyond Meat.
Slater’s 50/50, a Southern California restaurant phenomenon that takes its name from its patented burger made of 50 percent ground beef and 50 percent bacon, has partnered with Jensen Meat Company to bring the legendary patty to grocery stores.
Grand Bazaar Shops, the destination retail and entertainment attraction at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, is expanding its robust food, beverage and entertainment experience with several new offerings that have recently opened, with more to come this summer.
Brothers Jack, Jeff and Russ Sinanaj started Empire Steak House in 2010 after working within the hospitality industry for decades, honing their craft in order to create an exceptional brand of their own.
Victory Park’s rebirth continues in Dallas: Two of the biggest names in dining and fitness have signed on at Victory, adding to the growing list of new tenants opening at the mixed-use district.Mesero, the latest concept from local Mexican food empresario Mico Rodriguez, will open a flagship location at Victory Park, joining Victory’s curated collection of best-in-class local food and beverage operators.
This spring, Isaly’s, one of the most trusted names in the dairy and deli business, is making its return to freezer shelves with Isaly’s Ice Cream. The relaunch of the iconic super-premium ice cream will adhere to Isaly’s family tradition and source only high-quality ingredients including fresh cream and the purest flavors—a commitment to quality that customers have long associated with the Isaly's name.
Friendly’s Manufacturing and Retail, LLC, the manufacturer of the iconic Friendly’s-branded packaged ice cream and frozen dessert treats, introduced Signature Sundaes, a new line consisting of four unique, indulgent sundae creations, and Naturally Friendly’s, an ice cream line featuring eight delicious flavors made from simple ingredients with no artificial favors or preservatives.
Dream Dinners, originator of the meal assembly industry, announced that it has signed a franchise deal with Ken Kleban to expand its presence in Alabama. Kleban and his partners have signed an agreement to open a store in Daphne, Alabama this summer with a long-term goal of continued development throughout the Gulf Coast.
More than 60 representatives from retailers, grocers, convenience stores, and restaurants will gather in Washington this week to meet with lawmakers. The groups will discuss the importance of upholding hard-fought debit swipe-fee reforms as Congress readies legislation to repeal it.