Over the past few years the food conversation has been focused on how the Millennials have changed all the rules and how this generation is making their food choices based on a unique set of criteria including the traceability and sustainability of our foods and the companies that produce them.
And it goes beyond our American borders. Counterpunch reports that food is the organizing principle behind the main challengers of existing power structures. In their interview with Miguel Ramirez the national coordinator of El Salvador’s Organic Agriculture Movement he shared that, “We say that every square meter of land that is worked with agro-ecology is a liberated square meter. We see it as a tool to transform farmers’ social and economic conditions. We see it as a tool of liberation from the unsustainable capitalist agricultural model that oppresses farmers.”
Thanksgiving is just over a week away and that means the holiday excitement and stress have arrived – from your retail team to your shoppers here’s what you need to know about natural stress relief in the supermarket. Additionally, there are also certain combinations of foods that can leave you feeling blissful, satisfied and nourished.
Why are some foods considered calming? For the most part, calming foods are easy to digest and contain nutrients that can relax the nervous system or boost mood naturally. Here are a few suggestions to share with shoppers and your staff, on how to naturally promote relaxation through food and drink, and infuse some calm into the busy holiday season.
Phil's Food reviews Inglehoffer Mustard Ghost Pepper is a HIT! The label says this is America's Hottest Mustard, and I believe it! But it is also one of the best tasting mustards I've had. Yes it's hot, but also the mustard flavor comes through and has a nice clean burn, especially on the tip of your tongue. Watch my full review.