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Meet the 'Slutty' Winemaker Who's Putting His Phone Number on His Bottles

Meet the 'Slutty' Winemaker Who's Putting His Phone Number on His Bottles | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Brandon Allen, the “Director of Important Stuff and Slutty Winemaker” at SLO Down Wines, thinks you should just pick the bottle with the label you like best.
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Five Lessons from the Digital Revolution

Five Lessons from the Digital Revolution | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Walter Isaacson, the C.E.O. of the Aspen Institute, reflects on how the most imaginative innovators of our time turn ideas into reality.
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40 percent of restaurant workers live in near poverty

40 percent of restaurant workers live in near poverty | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
And we're not talking just about fast food.
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Admit It: Women Are Smarter Than Men

Multiple studies reveal that female leaders are more effective than their male counterparts. The question is, what are you going to do with this information?
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Negotiating? Intimidate Your Boss With Your Big, Fat Face

Negotiating? Intimidate Your Boss With Your Big, Fat Face | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
A host of research speaks to the business advantages of having a wider-than-average face—if you're a man
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Discover the best French wine you've (probably) never heard of

Discover the best French wine you've (probably) never heard of | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Sometimes it pays to step off of wine's well-traveled routes. Wall Street Journal wine columnist Will Lyons on why France's Jura region is worth the trip.
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The 3D printer for make-up is real

The 3D printer  for make-up is real | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
The beauty industry is purported to be worth some $55 billion and may be about to be shook to it’s very foundations by Harvard Business School graduate Grace Choi who has developed a 3D make-up printer called Mink that can print eye shadow, blush...
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Più uniti, più forti, più Unici: cinque eccellenze italiane alleate (anche) sui mercati esteri - Food24

Più uniti, più forti, più Unici: cinque eccellenze italiane alleate (anche) sui mercati esteri - Food24 | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
In comune hanno il fatto di avere piccole dimensioni, di puntare sulle produzioni agroalimentari di qualità e di voler sviluppare i mercati esteri. Ma anche la consapevolezza di non poterlo fare ciascuno (sono cinque) per conto proprio, forte del solo …
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Don’t Fuck Up the Culture

Don’t Fuck Up the Culture | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it

On Monday, October 21, 2013, I sent this letter to our entire team at Airbnb. I have decided to publish this in the event it is helpful to entrepreneurs building their cultures...

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With more patrons with food allergies, restaurants cater to every need - The Boston Globe

With more patrons with food allergies, restaurants cater to every need - The Boston Globe | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it

According to Ming Tsai, asking restaurants to comply with food allergy awareness guidelines is good customer service—and it also makes business sense...

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The Do Something challenge: Tim Dowling takes on butchery

The Do Something challenge: Tim Dowling takes on butchery | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Splitting trotters, boning loins, removing ribs – how would a meat novice cope with a crash course in pork butchery?
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22 Things That Aren't Actually Problems For Vegetarians - BlissTree

22 Things That Aren't Actually Problems For Vegetarians - BlissTree | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it

Recently, there was a listicle posted on Cosmopolitan's blog (and reposted to Yahoo! Shine) that made me and my co-workers roll our eyes...

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Inside the Surprisingly Delicious World of Cat Food Taste Testing

Inside the Surprisingly Delicious World of Cat Food Taste Testing | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Cat food is serious business. Taking underutilized and low-value raw materials like animal byproducts and turning them into high-value foods can be, not surprisingly, very lucrative.
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8 Resurrection Tactics To Galvanize Your Socially Fatigued Audience - SocialBro

8 Resurrection Tactics To Galvanize Your Socially Fatigued Audience - SocialBro | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
The old novelty marketing ideas don't work anymore. Years of social fatigue have made audiences tough to crack, here's 8 pro tips to cut through the noise.
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Opponents of GM labelling triple lobbying spending in 2014

Opponents of GM labelling triple lobbying spending in 2014 | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Coca-Cola, Monsanto and other opponents of mandatory labels on genetically modified food have so far spent $27m in 2014
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Antibiotics Should Resist A Free-Market Paradigm | Animal Welfare | Andrew Gunther

Antibiotics Should Resist A Free-Market Paradigm | Animal Welfare | Andrew Gunther | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
The wide misuse of antibiotics in food animal production raises the question: Should the free market alone decide how to use these vital medical tools?
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America’s New Harvest of Shame

America’s New Harvest of Shame | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Ohio Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur visited the tobacco fields of North Carolina. What she saw there was horrifying and shameful.
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Nestle fined by French court for unfair competition - Irish Times

Nestle fined by French court for unfair competition - Irish Times | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Channel News Asia Nestle fined by French court for unfair competition Irish Times Nestle was ordered to pay €500,000 plus legal fees to Ethical Coffee after a French court ruled that Nespresso competed unfairly against the maker of knock-off...
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How Food Companies Court Nutrition Educators With Junk Food

How Food Companies Court Nutrition Educators With Junk Food | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Corporate sponsorship of professional events for nutritionists has been on the rise. But should the gatekeepers of nutrition information be taking free meals and snacks from McDonald's and Hershey's?
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You Think Food Tastes Better If It's Expensive

You Think Food Tastes Better If It's Expensive | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Restaurant goers who pay more at restaurant buffets think the food is tastier than the same food offered at a lower cost
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Yet another breast cancer drug has been blocked: What's really going on here? - Telegraph

Yet another breast cancer drug has been blocked: What's really going on here? - Telegraph | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
The latest breast cancer wonder drug to be turned down by the NHS for being too expensive follows a spate of similar rejections. Radhaki Sanghani asks what can be done about the flawed system of pharma companies producing drugs that are just too costly to justify
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How UC Berkeley MBAs beat the market with a socially responsible fund

How UC Berkeley MBAs beat the market with a socially responsible fund | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Students at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business learn the ins and outs of ethical investing by managing a real-life investment fund - and have achieved a 50% return over six years
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Prosecco producers in Italy go after the Chinese thirst for sparkling wine

Prosecco producers in Italy go after the Chinese thirst for sparkling wine | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Prosecco producers from Italy’s Veneto region are courting the Chinese market with a slick website --translated into Chinese. It’s a smart move to get in early as the Chinese wine market explodes. According to the Consortium for the Protection of Prosecco from Conegliano Valdobbiadene, exports to Asia have increased 78.9% from 2010 to 2012. With this website, they want to nudge sales further in that direction.
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Fake-food scandal revealed as tests show third of products mislabelled

Fake-food scandal revealed as tests show third of products mislabelled | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Consumers are being sold drinks with banned flame-retardant additives, pork in beef, and fake cheese, laboratory tests show
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What's in Your Fish Oil Supplements?

What's in Your Fish Oil Supplements? | @FoodMeditations Time | Scoop.it
Millions of Americans take fish oil supplements to promote heart and vascular health. But a new analysis suggests that some consumers may not always get what they are paying for.
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Names please! It's a world wide problem and it seems that mislabeling is a frequent problem in the supplement industry...

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