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Home, Gift Industry Recognizes Companies at Icon Honors Event
The 7th Annual Icon Honors celebrated global innovation as top achievers were recognized within the home and gift industry. Staged at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre on July 14, Icon Honors guests enjoyed an evening of cocktails and food, the Honors presentation and a special musical performance.  Honors were conferred upon those in the industry who have achieved success through ingenuity, integrity, creativity, energy and hard work. Retailers, manufacturers, sales agencies and service providers all were eligible to pursue Icon Honors recognition in a broad field of 16 categories of competition.  Honorees were selected through extensive adjudication by highly qualified experts drawn ...
Specialty Food Association Hires President
The board of directors of the Specialty Food Association named Phillip M. Kafarakis as President of the not-for-profit trade association. Kafarakis brings more than 30 years of food industry experience to the Specialty Food Association, with a background in innovative brand management, membership development, and strategic planning. Since May 2013, Kafarakis served as chief innovation and member advancement officer for the National Restaurant Association, based in Washington. The National Restaurant Association is the world's largest foodservice trade association, supporting more than 500,000 restaurant businesses in a $780 billion industry.  Before that, Kafarakis spent 10 years with McCormick & Co. in ...
Plans Underway for SF Cheese Fest
California Artisan Cheese Guild (CACG), the 10-year-old non-profit dedicated to education, support and preservation of California’s artisan cheesemaking community, will conduct its second annual SF Cheese Fest Sept. 17 at the historic Social Hall SF in San Francisco. This year’s theme, “Preservation: Salt, Sugar, Culture and Tradition,” unites local makers dedicated to keeping the tradition of cultured foods alive. Twenty-four Guild member cheese companies will sample dozens of California’s finest cheeses alongside local makers of cured meats, pickles, jams, sauces, craft beer and wine.  Pioneering cheese companies Redwood Hill, Cowgirl Creamery, Laura Chenel’s, Marin French Cheese, Point Reyes Farmstead and ...
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