Food & Drink

Cargo’s box of convenience items for backseat purchase boosts driver earnings, and therefore, contractor retention and growth. It could help Uber take the competition in Latin America, starting with Brazil. Courtesy: Cargo If it’s going to conquer the world one foreign market at a time, Uber has considerable work to do in Latin America. Populous cities
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Hey, ‘Ultra Processed’ foods. What are you doing to people and their bodies? (Photo illustration by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) Getty Oh, ultra-processed food. You may say that you have the same calories, sugar, fat, fiber, and macronutrients as that unprocessed food over there. But are you really the same? What about the study just published in
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Jenny Zhiya Qian, founder and chief executive officer of Luckin Coffee Inc. (Photographer: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg). © 2019 Bloomberg Finance LP China’s hottest new coffee chain momentarily catapulted its founder into the billionaires club, less than 20 months after the startup opened its first trial location in Beijing. Luckin Coffee, whose ascendance in the world’s
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For the second year in a row, a highlight of the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas was the pop-up dinner hosted by the House of Scandinavia. This year visitors enjoyed Lokal, an incredible experience hosted by Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) that combined Austin products with Nordic techniques and ingredients to create innovative sustainable plates. The concept
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Petch Osathanugrah, chairman and chief executive officer of Osotspa Pcl., poses for a photograph at their headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand. Brent Lewin for Forbes Asia This story is part of Forbes’ coverage of Thailand’s Richest 2019. See the full coverage here. Petch Osathanugrah is a walking, talking advertisement for M-150, the energy drink his family’s company
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“Every region of the globe offers us natural healing. When people ate food provided by the Earth without tampering with it, there were fewer cases of cancer.”  – Liana Werner-Gray Cancer is the second leading cause of death due to non-communicable diseases in the English-speaking Caribbean. In 2018 alone, the region experienced close to 112,000 new
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Which is more sustainable: direct-to-consumer meal kits or shopping, chopping, and cooking the old fashioned way? A new study compares 2 options. Photo by Raquel Martínez on Unsplash Consumers love the convenience of meal kits, though the category continues to scrabble towards a profitable business model. From 2005, when San Francisco’s Slanted Door restaurant first started kitting their menu
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         Ramon Bilbao’s Sala de Fundador is located in Spain’s Rioja Alta region. Ramon Bilbao Back in the 1990s the wines of Rioja were a game-changer in the way the world perceived Spanish wines after decades when most being exported were indifferently blended reds without vintages, along with commercial sangria poured over ice.                  Early
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Garrison Brothers, the first corn-to-cork bourbon distillery outside of Kentucky and the first legal whiskey distillery in Texas, continues their mission to give back to the community while producing high quality bourbon. Their latest contribution was a $30,000 donation to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation from Good Bourbon for a Good Cause, the 501(c)(3)
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