How NYC’s Iconic Katz’s Deli is Keeping the Pastrami Piled and Frontliners Fed During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Legendary Katz’s Deli has been slinging pastrami sandwiches and matzo ball soup in Manhattan’s Lower East Side neighborhood for 132 years. Through wars, terrorist attacks, hurricanes and more, the restaurant has remained open to serve hungry New Yorkers and tourists.

Tillamook County Creamery Association Releases Maker’s Reserve 2010

Tillamook County Creamery Association, the 111-year-old farmer-owned dairy coop, is proud to announce the release of Maker’s Reserve 2010, the oldest vintage in its aged cheddar program.

Stilton Cheesemakers Warn They Risk Going Bust as Sales Plunge 30%

The UK’s only trademarked cheese risks disappearing with restaurants closed and British shoppers opting for foreign produce instead, an industry body has warned.

Survey of Cheese Industry Reveals Economic Impact of Pandemic

In an effort to better understand the economic impact of coronavirus on the cheese industry, the American Cheese Society (ACS) released a survey to members across the nation titled “COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on the American Cheese Industry: Business Operations.” Conducted in May 2020, the survey compiled data from nearly 1,000 members including producers, distributors and buyers.

Specialty Food Association Names Bill Lynch Interim President

May 21, 2020 Specialty Food News

Bill Lynch has been appointed the interim president of the Specialty Food Association by the SFA’s Board of Directors. Lynch, who has 20 years of experience with the Association, will take over the leadership position as the contract expires for the current president, Phil Kafarakis. Kafarakis will assist Lynch over the coming month to take over leadership duties.