Monday, February 6, 2017

Phil's Food Reviews

Daily Insights 02/06/2017
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Phil's Food Reviews for February 6th, 2017

This week Phil reviews: Arctic Zero Chunky Pint Banana Pudding, Post Cinnamon Pebbles, Good Karma Foods Dairy Free Yogurt Blueberry, Maple Hill Creamery Whole Milk Greek Yogurt Vanilla Bean, and Saffron Road Chickbean Crisps White Cheddar. Watch reviews.

Joe & The Juice Might Well Be The Next Starbucks

Hiring the right people makes for a "unique culture and environment."

A few days ago I was headed to one of my old standby restaurants Santa Fe on the upper West Side in Manhattan and came across the construction of a soon to open Joe & the Juice around the corner. This is a chain from Denmark that you should be watching. Their approach is a bit different and designed for a younger hipper customer who is equally concerned about the experience as they are the food. Yes the food, coffee and juices are important – they specialize in fresh - but the ambiance is their magic. This could well be the Starbucks killer at a time where the coffee chain seems to be faltering.

Fat, The 4 Things Your Shoppers Need to Know

Here's the reason we all need fat.

Dietary fats are more important than your shoppers may have previously thought. Of course we know they are essential for keeping inflammation at bay (omega-3s), but they are also deeply satisfying, providing a feeling of fullness, and add a flavor, texture, and consistency to foods that we like – and expect. Fats are found in every cell membrane in all the cells in the body, and they are critical components of brain and nervous tissue. Additionally, fats are used to make hormones that affect blood pressure, blood clotting, immune function, and smooth muscle contraction.

 

Quick Poll
 

Are you concerned about animal welfare? 

With potentially significant changes in regulations when it comes to animal welfare practices by food manufacturers, we would like to hear from YOU, our consumer panel, on how YOU feel this could affect or not affect your purchasing choices. Let us know what you think in this short quick poll. 

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