Brick and mortar going to be a reality! Having cultivated many friends and contacts throughout the years I became good friends with a guy I met on Twitter. We were tweeting about craft beer and agreed there is loads of commercially-produced swill on the market. You know the crap!! Well it turns out this guy… Continue reading Bent Kettle Tap Room a Reality….
Having wasted my time with Facebook and LinkedIn proved to me that people are rubes and traitors. Facebook, besides the constant bitching from morons who suffer with passive aggressive relationship disorder, foolish blind parents who brag about their juvenile delinquent miscreant children and women who think their pussy doesn’t stink like a sewer who would… Continue reading LinkedIn & Facebook the new commie cell….
The St. Paul Fish Company area at the Milwaukee Public Market was a busy place Tuesday afternoon. The Market set records for sales and visits in 2015. Riding a wave of interest in urban living and craft foods, the now-thriving Milwaukee Public Market posted another good year in 2015, breaking records for both sales and… Continue reading Milwaukee public market sets records in 2015!
Salmon is now the most popularly traded fish, overtaking shrimp which was two percentage points below salmon’s total traded value, according to figures from the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). Shrimp was the most traded seafood for decades, but its production and price volatility due to disease has reduced its share. Production of… Continue reading Salmon is now more popular than prawns….
This document is scheduled to be published in the Federal Register on 02/15/2016 and available online at http://federalregister.gov/a/2016-00678, and on FDsys.gov DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Agricultural Marketing Service 7 CFR Part 205 [Document Number AMS-NOP-14-0012; NOP-14-03] National Organic Program: Notice of Final Guidance on Substances Used in Post-Harvest Handling of Organic Products AGENCY: Agricultural Marketing Service,… Continue reading USDA releases guidance document on organics….
The first-ever algal cooking oil in the United States is now on shelves. Thrive’s Algae Oil offers numerous benefits, including a high smoke point, neutral taste, and, most importantly, a healthy dose of monounsaturated fat, giving consumers and chefs “a better choice for their everyday oil,” the firm says. Created from chlorella algae, the zero-trans-fat… Continue reading First Algae Cooking Oil on Grocery Store Shelves….
In the last year, U.S. sales of products labeled as “made with ancient grains” have grown by 35% to reach more than $209 million, according to SPINS1 (Schaumburg, IL). And while quinoa may still be the most ubiquitous, much of the growth is driven by up-and-coming ancient grains, such as farro. SPINS data indicate sales… Continue reading Farro is driving the ancient grain thang….