The National Restaurant Association (NRA) announced this year’s National Food Safety Month theme: “The Future of Food Safety.”
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By The Culinary Visions Panel
Higher education institutions may want to keep an eye out for a new kind of incoming freshman - senior citizens. For today's "new senior" citizens, retirement no longer means a period of slowing down. It means a second chapter in recreation, education, entertainment and even careers.
The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) introduced a primarily online executive-format master’s degree examining the business of food. The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Food Business allows working professionals to devote time to advancing their careers and businesses according to their schedules.
Grand Rapids Community College’s(GRCC) Secchia Institute for Culinary Education works with more than 60 local restaurants to create a unique Restaurant Week experience. Diners are offered special menus at local establishments, including an exclusive "Chef's Choice" option, with $1 of each meal going into a culinary scholarship fund.
Advances in the development of cultured meat products and plant based “meat alternatives” are hot topics in the media, though often with inaccuracies about the environmental impact, nutrition and safety of traditional meat products. To help address many of these common mistakes, the North American Meat Institute has developed its newest Media MythCrusher. The document discusses 13 different misperceptions and provides the facts behind the inaccurate ideas.
As interest in global cuisine grows, so does the spotlight on Italian food—but it’s more than just pepperoni pizza and spaghetti with meatballs that consumers want to see. To support these trends, SupHerb Farms released a white paper, “Trending Now: The ‘New’ Italian,” which spotlights ingredients and techniques that take classic Italian dishes to new heights.
The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) welcomed Japanese sake producer Asahi Shuzo to the Hudson Valley. Asahi Shuzo—maker of Dassai super premium sake—will build its first U.S. brewery in Hyde Park, NY, becoming the first sake producer from Japan to establish a facility on the East Coast. The company selected the location because of its proximity to the CIA.
Chinese 5-Spice Seasoning and Latin Adobo Blend Make It Easy to Explore the Tastes of the World Without a Passport