Egg Prices Reach 10-Year Lows as Production Outpaces Demand

admin | July 22nd, 2016 - 6:08 pm

  In less than a year, eggs have gone from being an expensive staple at the height of the bird flu crisis to reaching the cheapest prices in a decade due to fully restocked poultry barns. But the demand for eggs has been stifled because bakeries and companies using powdered eggs in things like pancake […]

Growing Meat Mountain Means Cheaper Beef, Pork as Futures Slump

admin | July 21st, 2016 - 6:08 pm

With U.S. meat prices this cheap, more summer barbecues are in order. Cattle and hog futures have been sinking amid record American production of beef and pork that doesn’t look to be slowing down any time soon. As the meat piles up, retail prices have already been falling and more supplies means that grilling staples […]

Why new restaurants often serve only dinner at the start

admin | July 14th, 2016 - 6:10 pm

Opening a restaurant can take months, if not years. When it does open, chefs and owners are obviously hoping to start making money as soon as possible. But in a move that seems contradictory, many of them hold off on offering certain meals for weeks or longer. Why not debut full service when the buzz is still high? It’s a […]


admin | July 1st, 2016 - 8:28 pm

 Important Notification to Customers- Product Recall Gold Medal and Pillsbury Hotel & Restaurant Flour and Gold Medal Wondra July 1, 2016– General Mills announced today an expansion to the May 31st, 2016 recall involving Gold Medal Flour. Pillsbury Flour and Gold Medal Wondra due to the potential presence of E. coli O121. The recall is […]

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