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The TODAY Show picks top 3 longevity foods. Can you guess what they are?

The TODAY Show searched the world for the top superfoods that enhance and prolong longevity.  They narrowed it down to three finalists and we were pretty excited to learn what they

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Everyone is Moving Back to Nature

When it comes to food innovation, Chef Charles Hayes has it dialed in. During a recent chat, Hayes and his team were working on a short rib. “We’re cooking it

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Frozen Beats Out Fresh For a Number of Reasons

Editorial consulting by the Culinary Institute of America – David Kamen, PCIII, MBA The next time you get ready to place your produce order, consider how much better off your dishes

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Superfoods Drive Healthy Breakfast Innovation

“Real foods” and “clean labels” are driving culinary leaders to bring products and menus back to nature. Culinary innovators like Smoothie King, Au Bon Pain and Chobani are foraging for authentic superfood ingredients that stand out

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Flavor Mash-Ups Bring Excitement to Menus & Packaged Foods

Editorial consulting by the Culinary Institute of America What was once a crème brulée, is now a butterscotch miso crème brulée from Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto. The classic Japanese spicy

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Ten American Chefs + Three Summer Days in Maine + The Power of Wild

When you want someone to fall in love, you don’t send them an email offering “a great deal on a relationship.” You grab ‘em by the hand, take them someplace

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Increase your profit margin with this signature drinks makeover

Editorial consulting by the Culinary Institute of America The holiday season is upon us and as revelers slog through their shopping lists, they’re also looking for full-service restaurants and bars

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How Do Food Manufacturers Get to Clean Labels?

Editorial consulting by the Culinary Institute of America There’s no doubt that the public is seeking greater and faster transparency about their food. In the college and university segment, where

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When Consistency Matters, Frozen Wild Ones Deliver

Editorial consulting by the Culinary Institute of America Living in a quiet part of the Northeastern U.S., late spring and summer is one of my favorite times of year, and

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Dried Wild Blueberries Add Dazzle (and Taste) in All Kinds of Places

Editorial consulting by the Culinary Institute of America In case you haven’t noticed, dried fruit is experiencing a comeback. Remember the days when Trader Joe’s was one of the few

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