Food & Drink

Before moving to Long Eddy in the Western Catskills to run a distillery, tasting room and line of honey-based food products, the women behind Catskill Provisions, Claire M Marin, Founder and Head Distiller, and Cathy Leidersdorff, Co-Founder and Alchemist, led wildly different lives. Claire grew up in Spain, lived briefly in Brazil, then landed in
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Grab Holdings cut its full-year earnings projections on Tuesday, citing uncertainties over pandemic-related movement restrictions as Southeast Asia continues to grapple with the virus. The ride-hailing and delivery giant also said that its $40 billion deal with a U.S. special purpose acquisition company is likely to be completed later this year.  Grab expects to report
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Anheuser-Busch has joined forces with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and Uber UBER to target impaired driving in a just-launched new campaign.  This comes just weeks after spirits house Diageo unleashed new virtual tools to spread awareness about impaired driving.  The brewing house’s new coalition will utilize all three group’s best assets—Uber’s fleet of safe
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Back in 1855 a group of Bordeaux merchants at an Exhibition in Paris decided to make some sense of the myriad estate vineyards by classifying them according to which wines consistently sold for the highest prices within the industry. That classification, which ranked wines from premier crus (first growths) to Cinquième crus (fifth growths). Sixty-two
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When it comes to price, Walmart has always delivered, but consumers these days want more than low cost and many choices. In the age of Amazon and a pandemic where curbside and delivery became “essential,” consumers want convenience. As part of its effort to provide quick, cheap delivery and compete with Amazon, Walmart recently expanded
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Barbecue chicken is universally loved and also not considered “serious BBQ” by grilling and barbecue aficionados. I think that is because the barbecue part has more to do with a sweet red [bottled] sauce than real barbecue. The barbecue chicken that most of us grew up on was made by slathering chicken pieces with that
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Mondelez has put sustainable cocoa in the spotlight in the travel-retail channel using an activation at Oslo Airport in partnership with Travel Retail Norway, in which duty-free company Heinemann has joint ownership. Called Cocoa Life, the multi-brand promotion—developed by the World Travel Retail division of the confectionery giant—is also the first to features a “zero
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U.S. consumers’ climbing interest in skyr, an Icelandic yogurt that delivers more protein using four times the amount of dairy than traditional yogurt, bodes well for Thor’s Skyr, the latest brand cofounded by Icelandic strongman Hafþór Björnsson, actor Dylan Sprouse, and restaurant industry veteran Unnar Danielsson. Yogurt sales in the U.S. have been relatively flat
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For Dolly Meckler, founder of Challah Dolly, the Jewish High Holiday season that includes Rosh Hashanah (which is the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), can essentially be considered her business’ “Black Friday” in terms of demand. Meckler’s signature selection of challah loaves are available year-round on Challah Dolly’s website, but she
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Hollywood, California is obviously no stranger to cutting-edge nightlife. So when the Dream Hotel opened in this famously vibrant section of Los Angeles five years ago, it needed to come correct. This took the form of diverse lounge and leisure options accompanying its 178 stylish guest rooms. The energy runs from a modern and verdant
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