Food & Drink

The U.S. government shutdown continues to drag on, past 19 days today with no end in sight. One agency feeling the impact is the Food and Drug Administration, which is responsible for conducting routine food safety inspections in food production and food-processing facilities throughout the United States. Without federal funding, the FDA’s routine food safety inspections can’t be scheduled as
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A naked restaurant in Paris, France, is closing its doors.Getty If dining naked in Paris seemed like a good idea to you, you are no longer in luck. O’naturel, the city’s premiere–and only–naked restaurant is closing. Conde Nast Traveler reports that after a 15-month run, the high-concept-low-clothing theme establishment has discovered that, for some incomprehensible
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Chef Jose Andres’ Jaleo is offering free food to federal employees. (AP Photo/Beth J. Harpaz) A recent spate of natural disasters have prompted some impressive responses from restaurant owners. Think Hurricanes Harvey and Maria, and the floods that followed, which led to volunteer efforts by a number of chefs. Now, the government shutdown is prompting
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The maker of the infamous “bleeding” plant-based Impossible Burger has debuted a new recipe that aims to cook more like animal meat, tastes more like animal meat and is better than you for animal meat.Impossible Foods Plant-based dieters and line-stepping meat eaters rejoice: the Impossible Burger is somehow getting more realistic . Impossible Foods confirmed today
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While this year’s JPM healthcare conference promises to be similar to so many in the past – frenetic, overscheduled, gratuitously wet and miserable – one significant difference for me this year is that I’ll be arriving more than eighty pounds lighter than the year before. Especially in the context of New Year’s resolutions, I thought
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By Kevin Ketcham and Justin Zacks Each trading day, Dealreporter analysts pick out hints of future material developments in merger arbitrage and special situations by combing through dozens of transcripts, SEC filings, analyst reports and news stories. This raw data is combined with proprietary insights and commentary to produce an exclusive report that offers short and
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Youssef OmaïsYoussef Omaïs Senegalese entrepreneur Youssef Omaïs founded PATISEN in 1981 as a small trading business to import and sell flour to bakeries across Dakar and other neighboring cities in the West African nation. Over the last 37 years, the company has snowballed into a $200 million (revenue) FMCG conglomerate with more than 7,000 employees,
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