Food & Drink

As the world slowly starts to reopen, the forgotten art of party planning is becoming relevant once again. But maybe you’re feeling a little rusty after all this time off. Thankfully, Party by Numbers is here to help you gather gracefully—with minimal thought or effort. If you’re looking to host a minimum of 8 people
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Lisa Barnett spent nearly a decade working in venture capital and spending a lot of time with companies that were solving chronic health issues like diabetes and heart disease, illnesses people encounter in later years. Through that, she started to realize the critical need for high-quality, nutritious and fresh food from the beginning of life.
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Alcohol alternative brand Kin Euphorics is pushing deeper into the ready-to-drink beverage segment. The New York-based company, launched in 2018 by entrepreneur Jennifer Batchelor and Soylent co-founder Matthew Cauble, on Thursday unveiled its second nonalcoholic RTD, called Lightwave. The lightly carbonated beverage — which features a blend of nootropics, adaptogens and other botanicals — is
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It seemed like a ready China business-book hit: Juan Antonio Fernandez and Laurie Underwood, two business professors in China, last year updated their successful book from 2006 “China CEO” with a new look at how foreign companies have been faring in the country’s fast-growing economy. “China CEO II” highlights hiring, digitalization and consumer power through
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Surging sales of hard seltzer, imports and craft offerings have helped the beer category grow 7.1% year-to-date, according to market research firm IRI. The Chicago-based firm — which tracks sales at major off-premise retail chains, grocery outlets, and convenience stores — reports that hard seltzer dollar sales were up 56.6% during the year-to-date period ending
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Craving an IPA but want to skip the booze? Why not crack open a can of hop water. Over the last several months, a number of beverage brands have introduced hop-infused concoctions designed to replace both alcohol and traditional sparkling water. Most recently, Colorado-based beverage company Hoplark – which makes the “HopTea” brand of hoppy
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