Posts tagged food maker
Ello Raw Dessert Bites Put Healthy Eating in Hand To Satisfy Sweet Cravings

Sleepless nights, tired mornings, your diet could be the problem. Eating more raw food might help you change the pattern.

Thankfully getting more raw food into your diet doesn’t have to mean increasing your daily consumption of uncooked carrots. In fact, if you could enjoy the flavor of cookie dough instead without the empty calories and negative health consequences, you might be inclined to eat it all the time, right?

New food entrepreneur and founder of Ello Raw out of Raleigh, North Carolina, makes that more possible than you may think.

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Treatmo Puts Power in The Hands of Food Makers

Ship, deliver, or offer pick-up? Treatmo mobile order and pay app makes it easy to do business.

The demand for better for you food and greater access to it has created many opportunities for innovative food makers to make delicious food and beverages with healthful ingredients and sell it by whatever method makes sense. This can be shipping, local delivery, pick-up, and/or from a physical store or retail outlet. Making a product available through one or many access points helps more people get to it faster.

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A Nutrient Dense Bone Broth That Nourishes And Restores

Food trends come and go. But a food that is less of a trend and more of a revival is bone broth. Linked to the diet of our ancestors, bone broth has a centuries-old history. Linked to the diet of our ancestors, bone broth has a centuries-old history. It's a cultural and familial tradition and a chef's staple. The nourishing aspects of bone broth have caught on in the mainstream, and more people are finding ways to enjoy it everyday.

Since 2011, Michele "Shelly" Vie of Scottsdale, Arizona, trained in culinary arts and Arizona State University graduate, has been supplying residents of Arizona and beyond, with bone broths, tallow and ghee. Owner and founder of Nourished Foods, she aims to elevate your home cooking and provide you with clean and nutrient rich food. 

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Capital Kitchens a Launch Pad for Food Entrepreneurs in Austin

Austin is well known nationally as a live music capital, but lately it has become celebrated for even more than great sounds. CNBC ranked it as the best city to start a business in America. Due to the lower cost of doing business, quality of life, skill of the labor force (powerhouse school University of Texas at Austin is located here), and diversity, it has the highest rate of entrepreneurship in the country.

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Treatmo Revolutionizes Ordering by Placing POS Systems on Customers' Phones

Restaurant POS systems are a crucial part of the business. They often determine how efficient a business will run and how quickly merchants can take and process orders. The right POS system can mean the difference between customers standing in line and complaining or happily enjoying their food.

Today many vendors now offer a mobile POS system (mPOS) which works on an iPad and can be carried to the table by the server to process the order immediately. Some mPOS systems sit prominently on the customer’s table which can be seen most noticeably in some airports around the country.

Restaurant POS systems are a crucial part of the business. They often determine how efficient a business will run and how quickly merchants can take and process orders. The right POS system can mean the difference between customers standing in line and complaining or happily enjoying their food.

Today many vendors now offer a mobile POS system (mPOS) which works on an iPad and can be carried to the table by the server to process the order immediately. Some mPOS systems sit prominently on the customer’s table which can be seen most noticeably in some airports around the country.

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Food Makers Flourish at Brooklyn FoodWorks

When searching for artisan style food products that are hand made, use natural, minimally processed ingredients, and make you feel as if you're getting back to an iconic farmhouse lifestyle, it usually requires a 100 mile drive into the countryside. Up until recently, that was the case. But it's not any more.  

The new style of food making, that has a do-it-yourself, straight from the kitchen feel to it, is happening in America's busiest city and shows no signs of stopping. Brooklyn is home to a burgeoning culinary movement that is characterized by traditional methods for making food, an appreciation for authentic flavors and textures, and an ability to show imagination in the kitchen that is both intelligent and inspiring. Many have found a home at Brooklyn FoodWorks, a unique commercial kitchen which provides  a platform for food makers to launch their businesses.

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