Lifestyle Foods Presents A Spicy & Chill Taco Salad With Only 160 Calories

September 30, 2011 Lifestyle Foods

Time to start the Fiesta? Cue Lifestyle Foods' newest addition: the Taco Salad. The Taco Salad is the first of its kind of combine a cold salad with a hot topping in one grab-and-go container. It also sets itself apart from the standard "fast food" fare with its low calorie count — only 160 calories, while restaurant versions often contain upwards of 900 calories.

Healthy Ones Partnering With The Breast Cancer Research Foundation

September 30, 2011 John Morrell Food Group

Healthy Ones is turning pink! Healthy Ones announced its partnership with The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) to help increase breast cancer awareness and raise money for breast cancer research. Purchase Healthy Ones this October to help raise money for BCRF and their mission to achieve prevent and a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime.

Inline Plastics Corp. Introduces Tamper-Resistant Sandwich Wedge Packaging

September 30, 2011 Inline Plastics Corporation

Inline Plastics Corp. (Shelton, CT) announces the introduction of a new Sandwich Wedge clamshell container, the newest version of the company’s breakthrough Safe-T-Fresh® line of products.

Verlasso Launches With FreshDirect To Bring Harmoniously Raised Salmon To NYC

September 30, 2011 Verlasso

Verlasso™, the world's first provider of harmoniously raised fish, today launched its premium salmon with FreshDirect, New York City's premier online grocer. FreshDirect is the first retailer in the United States to offer Verlasso salmon.

Senators Blumenthal, Lieberman Introduce Shellfish Equity Act

Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) today introduced the Shellfish Equity Act, which will add shellfish to the list of eligible crops that are covered by two disaster relief programs administered by the United States Department of Agriculture. During Tropical Storm Irene, shellfish farmers along the Connecticut coastline were adversely affected, yet were ineligible to receive disaster assistance from the Department of Agriculture. The Shellfish Equity Act would address that inequality.