Category Archives: Food and Drink


Tripadvisor Serves Up the World’s Best Restaurants

TripadvisorⓇ, the world’s largest travel guidance platform, today announces its final Travelers’ ChoiceⓇ Award for 2023: Best of the Best Restaurants. As Tripadvisor’s latest seasonal travel data indicates, food is the most exciting factor of upcoming trips – over two-thirds of travelers will prioritize food (67%) during their fall travels1. To help guide those planning with their stomachs, Tripadvisor is delivering this year’s best places to eat in top travel destinations around the world. Continue reading


Discover the Legumes From Europe project. Which legumes have the highest amounts of protein and why you should make them part of your diet.

Encouraging the consumption of legumes is one of the objectives of the Legumes from Europe campaign led by ANICAV – the National Association of Canned Vegetable Industries – and co-funded by the European Union to promote a healthier and more active lifestyle, based on a conscious and varied diet. Continue reading


Top 150 Italian wines in American Restaurants – wine2wine Business Forum unveils 150 most-placed Italian wines in American restaurants

wine2wine Business Forum, the influential wine industry conference hosted in Verona on 13-14 November 2023, presents the 150 most-placed wines in American restaurants as powered by data-partner The list, available now on the wine2wine Business Forum website, provides users with a unique snapshot of the drinking habits of American restaurant-goers, enabling producers to understand evolving tastes, preferences and price points, all with the overall objective of improving on-premise sales. Continue reading


Máka Mia Pizza Introduces Mia V4.5, a New Robotic Pizza Shop

Máka Mia Pizza is revolutionizing the North American pizza market with the introduction of its new Mia V4.5 Robotic Pizza Shop. Partnering with a thriving pizza robotic system from Europe, Máka Mia has combined its superior pizza with the newest version of the robotic oven and are introducing it to the the United States food industry market. This new process creates unbelievably great tasting pizza in three minutes using precision robotics. Continue reading



Maison Courvoisier, the Most Awarded Cognac House*, proudly announces the return of British Nigerian artist Yinka Ilori as its “Ambassador of Joy,” a role created exclusively for the artist, designer and storyteller. Ilori returns for a second year to introduce a limited-edition Courvoisier VSOP (Very Superior Old Pale) bottle design inspired by the joy of a summer’s day in Jarnac, France, the home of Courvoisier. This special release will be offered in four unique ombre colors, amplifying the vibrant beauty of Jarnac. Continue reading


Treat culture: why indulging in small, affordable pleasures can help you cope with tough times

Kokho Jason Sit, University of Portsmouth

Life today is stressful. Since the start of the pandemic, social media has been flooded with coping mechanisms and wellbeing trends to help people manage their emotions and worries about the state of the world. If you’ve tried therapy and “hot girl walks”, you may also have heard of the latest life hack: buying yourself a little treat.

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Cultivated Chicken Has Been Approved in the USA – IDTechEx Examines What’s Next for the Cultured Meat Industry

The cultured meat industry passed a key milestone in June 2023 – two companies, GOOD Meat and UPSIDE Foods, received approval to begin the commercialization of their cultivated chicken products in the USA. Cultivated meat, or cultured meat, refers to meat products produced from lab-grown animal cells and is proposed as a solution for some of the environmental and ethical issues associated with meat consumption. IDTechEx have been following the cultured meat industry for the past four years, and in its most recent report, Cultured Meat 2023–2043, forecasts the market to exceed US$13 billion by the year 2043. So, with this key milestone of US regulatory approval achieved, what is next for the industry over the next few years? Continue reading


Dom Pérignon, Liquid Icons and the Gérard Basset Foundation Announce the New Dom Pérignon Golden Vines® MW Scholarship

Dom Pérignon, the renowned Champagne House, announced today that it is partnering with Liquid Icons (the fine wine research and content production company founded by the late, great Gérard Basset OBE MW MS and his friend Lewis Chester DipWSET) and the Gérard Basset Foundation to launch a new Dom Pérignon Golden Vines® MW Scholarship. Applicants can apply online from today until 10 July at: Continue reading