Inside the Ghost Kitchen Serving up Food for 10 Restaurants

I went behind inside Growth Kitchen, a London ghost kitchen company that provides space for restaurant brands to prepare dishes and increase their delivery capacity without the expense of a full-service restaurant. The exterior of Growth Kitchen’s site in Balham, south London. Grace Dean/Insider Source: Insider The ghost kitchen is located on an industrial estate … Read more

HR 8, background check bill pushed by Steve Kerr after Uvalde shooting, likely won’t pass Senate

Placeholder while article actions load Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr had a hard time thinking about basketball after at least 19 children and two teachers were killed in a mass shooting Tuesday at an elementary school in Texas. Outraged, he used this platform to plead with Senate Republicans to move forward on a years-long … Read more

Preserving pet food shelf life

Maintaining freshness through the shelf life of a product not only meets the discerning expectations of today’s pet parents, but also prevents waste and even sickness. It’s all about starting with quality ingredients and effectively preparing and packaging them in a manner that meets the shelf-life demands of distribution and pet owner habits. “Shelf life … Read more

Previous VMware Agreement Protects Relationship Post-Broadcom

Dell Technologies said it expects its close relationship with VMware to continue after Broadcom closes its $ 61 billion acquisition of VMware despite Broadcom’s plan to take the 1,500 largest accounts of the combined company directly. Dell, along with rival Hewlett Packard Enterprises, have traditionally been the biggest resellers VMware virtualization, cloud, and hyperconverged infrastructure … Read more

Why the matter of ‘ultra-processed’ foods and health is far from settled

By Special to The Seattle Times On Nutrition Ultra-processed foods have been blamed for all manner of health ills. But what are these foods, exactly? Are they all lacking in nutrition? Should we avoid them? It’s complicated. Identifying ultra-processed foods should be easy, thanks to the “clear and simple” NOVA classification system. However, a recent … Read more

Uvalde DPS official allegedly interrogated Melissa Lucio

The Texas DPS official who fielded a barrage of criticism about his department’s response to the mass shooting in Uvalde is the same man who interrogated death row inmate Melissa Lucio into giving what her lawyers said was a false confession, according to the filmmaker who made a documentary about Lucio’s case. Victor Escalon, a … Read more

Lack of Patient-Provider Relationship Dooms Health Care Exemption | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Sometime in 2018, Jennifer Murtoff reached out to MyEyeDr. via email, asking about the cost of a new pair of eyeglasses. Afterward, she started receiving automated phone calls from MyEyeDr. and its corporate entity, Capital Vision Services. Although Murtoff requested in August 2020 that the calls stop, she continued to receive them until at least … Read more

3 Unstoppable Stocks That Are Higher Than Before the Market Correction

Over the past six months, the market has fallen sharply thanks to a toxic combination of fears about a looming recession, rising inflation, and rising interest rates. Growth stocks and unprofitable companies have been especially hard hit. Nonetheless, there are a small handful of businesses that have flourished despite the increasingly pessimistic environment. Let’s take … Read more

Las Iguanas unveils Canterbury plans to move into old Café Rouge

A bid has been launched to open Kent’s first branch of a popular chain of restaurants that serve up Mexican, Brazilian and Argentinian food. Plans have been revealed to open Las Iguanas inside what used to be Café Rouge in Longmarket, Canterbury. An artist’s impression showing how the Las Iguanas in Canterbury could look This … Read more