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Website Developed to Assist Specialty Food Businesses
A new website designed to provide specialty food companies and entrepreneurs immediate access to industry-specific business information and expert advisors has been launched by veteran specialty food coach and consultant Deb Mazzaferro. The website, GrowingYourSpecialtyFoodBusiness.com, provides easy access to relevant information based on a company’s stage of development from start-up through emerging companies to legacy brands, including those who are just exploring the possibility of launching a specialty food business, Mazzaferro said.  “A lot of people don’t know where to start whether they are launching a company or trying to get to the next level,” she said. “We wanted to ...
New York Tabletop Market Seminar to Feature Antiques Roadshow Appraiser
Nicholas M. Dawes, who for the past 20 years since Antiques Roadshow first aired on PBS has been one of the show’s popular appraisers, specializing in china, glass, silver and decorative objects, headlines the annual breakfast seminar during The New York Tabletop Market.  Dawes will appear April 13, when Forty One Madison hosts the buffet breakfast from 8 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. in The Café on Level A.  As part of his presentation, Dawes will conduct on-the-spot appraisals for guests who bring their own small tabletop treasures. “Who doesn’t wonder what happens behind the scenes of Antiques Roadshow? How are ...
Peapod Launches Grocery Pick-up at DC Metro Stations
 Making lives easier for Washington, D.C., area residents, Peapod by Giant announced a first-of-its-kind offering that allows shoppers to place their orders online and pick them up at one of three Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) stations: Fort Totten, Glenmont and Vienna.  "Today there's no one-size-fits-all for food shopping, so we offer flexibility," said Jennifer Carr Smith, president of Peapod. "Working with Giant allows us to be that trusted resource that can deliver to your home, offer a quick pick-up option or provide traditional in-store shopping. This new Metro partnership is just one more way we're trying to simplify the ...
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