Coffee Bar Solutions for the Afternoon Snack Attack


Consumers’ definition of what constitutes a “snack” is becoming broader as time goes on. For retailers, this presents an opportunity to innovate with snack-time offerings—even at the coffee bar.

For the majority of consumers (61%), a snack is defined mostly by consumption outside of a typical mealtime and less by the type of food itself, according to Technomic’s 2020 Snacking Consumer Trend Report. Many look for certain benefits in their snack—“energizing” is the most appealing snack attribute, according to consumers. It makes sense, then, why 38% of consumer report vising a coffee shop to purchase a snack at least

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Everything you need to buy for food stylist and photographer Danielle Campbell’s Week of Meals recipes


Week of Meals is a weeknight dinner series that brings you five, easy-to-prepare weeknight recipes from one shopping trip that costs less than $100. Here’s your grocery list and the prep work to do on the day of shopping to set yourself up for effortless cooking the rest of the week.

For Danielle Campbell’s recipes, here’s what you’ll need:

These ingredients will need to be purchased if you don’t already have them.

Meat and seafood
2 pounds salmon filets
1 pound lean ground beef, lamb or pork
4 ounces pancetta
1 whole chicken (3 1/2 to 4 pounds)

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What doctors wish patients knew about healthy eating


What you eat plays a leading role in your health and well-being. When someone eats healthy, it helps to protect against many chronic diseases such as heart disease, prediabetes, type 2 diabetes and obesity. But with so many fad diets and food recommendations out there, it can be hard for patients to navigate what to eat and what not to eat.

Two AMA members took time to discuss what they wish patients knew about healthy eating. They are:

  • Stephen Devries, MD, a preventive cardiologist and executive director of the nonprofit Gaples Institute in Chicago.
  • Ethan Lazarus, MD, a family physician
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Why vegetarians are winning the inflation battle


Now is a great time to become a vegetarian.

That’s because beef and pork-based foods are increasingly becoming more expensive. In June, Americans paid 4.5% more on the month for beef and veal and 3.1% more for pork, according to data from the Consumer Price Index published on Tuesday.

Beef steaks, roasts, pork chops, ground beef and ham saw the largest price increases over the past month compared to May: 6%, 5%, 5%, 3.4% and 3.1%, respectively.

In contrast, frozen vegetables and canned vegetables cost 1.2% and 0.7% less respectively last month compared to May, according to CPI data.


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The Primula Burke Cold Brew Maker Is Ideal for Solo Coffee Lovers


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Finding a cold brew maker that makes coffee worthy of giving up your daily trip to Starbucks is no simple task. Beating out the professionals who have tried, tested, and excelled at finding a deliciously smooth recipe might sound impossible, but not if you’ve got the cold brew maker with 7,700+ perfect ratings.

Primula Burke’s Deluxe Cold Brew Iced Coffee Maker‘s sleek design fits in most refrigerator doors, and the borosilicate glass

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