Food

3 Apps That Are Helping Restaurants Make Money…Without Serving Food
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lulu, luluapp, new york post, bagbnb, kettlespace

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How I Went From Food Stamps to Running a Seven-Figure Business
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It all came down to four critical pieces of financial advice.

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This Outback Steakhouse Employee Posted Online About a Customer Who Bought $735 Worth of Food But Left No Tip. I'll Bet You Can Guess What Happened to Her
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The customer, a Florida megachurch, says it didn’t want her fired. But she lost her job anyway.

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Food + Beverage Entrepreneurs Leverage Crowdfunding as a Marketing Tool
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Smart entrepreneurs are using crowdfunding platforms like PieShell to market their products and gain a following.

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How One of the Most Powerful Women in the NBA Became a Food Entrepreneur
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Her work helped give a face and voice to the NBA. Now she has her own business and shares her tips for making it all work.

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Walmart Is Beating Amazon's Food Delivery in 1 Important Area
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Many speculate Amazon bought Whole Foods to help the food delivery business, but Amazon is lagging behind Walmart in one thing.

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How sham food became big business in Japan
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GUESTS to the factory of Tsuyoshi Iwasaki are presented with a rasher of bacon. The succulent marbled sliver is branded with his name, title and e-mail address—an apt introduction to the owner of Japan’s biggest manufacturer of replica food. At the headquarters of Iwasaki Co on the outskirts of Tokyo, racks of golden-brown gyoza jostle […]

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Why Using Food Stamps on Amazon Could Cost You More Than $300 Annually
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The e-commerce giant is one of seven online retailers chosen to participate in the U.S.D.A.’s food stamps program. That’s both a net positive and negative for users.

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Nestlé looks for ways to boost stale growth as consumers snub unhealthy food
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LARGE food companies have long been among the world’s most solid, with reassuringly consistent returns even in hard times. None would seem steadier than Nestlé, based in the Swiss town of Vevey, on a lake near snowy peaks. For its 150th anniversary in 2016 it opened a new museum filled with corporate heirlooms: the first […]

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How Fake Food Is Finding Real Money–and Lots of It
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Last year, delivery startups alone raised $5.5 billion.

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