N.J. Fishing Industry to Get Another $9.5M for COVID Relief

New Jersey is set to receive another $9.5 million in COVID-19 relief money for the state’s fishing industry, U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone, D-6th, announced Tuesday.

The Chefs’ Warehouse Affirms its Commitment to Supporting Restaurants

June 11, 2021 The Chefs' Warehouse

A recently launched campaign is highlighting the stories of innovative chefs reopening dining across the country. The campaign to promote menu-driven independent restaurants will emphasize the personal stories of their chefs to the world through the company’s social media platforms.

Will Food Become Healthier in 2030? Consumer Expectations for the New Normal

June 10, 2021 Puratos Taste Tomorrow

73% of consumers worldwide state depression and mental health have a moderate to severe impact on their everyday life right now. A further 60% say their household income has been impacted by the Covid-19 crisis. Consumer resiliency is stretched to the max in these unparalleled times, which is causing stress and anxiety. It will come as no surprise that the pandemic has added new dimensions to consumer expectations of health, food and the foodservice industry.

Covid’s Impact on Flower Dealers and The Lingering Effects on the Cut-Flower Industry

How COVID-19 affected the cut-flower industry, and the ways it adapted to the pandemic to stay in business, so we could still buy fresh Spring and Summer blooms.

New Study Finds 30% of Food and Beverage Executives Expect Another Global Pandemic in the Next Four Years

May 10, 2021 AIB International

According to a new study by AIB International, 78 percent of food and beverage executives say they are actively preparing for a future global pandemic, with 30 percent expecting another one within the next four years and 50 percent expecting one within the next decade.