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Five Celebrity Chefs Honored on New U.S. Stamps
The United States Postal Service (USPS) has released a new series of stamps honoring five celebrity chefs, including James Beard, Julia Child, Joyce Chen, Edna Lewis and Felipe Rojas-Lombardi. The stamps were officially released last week. It was determined to honor chefs after the Postmaster General’s office was flooded with requests to celebrate the culinary arts. And how did the postal service narrow the field of chefs to honor? The selected chefs represent a wide array of cuisines reflecting the “melting pot” of American culture, Susan McGowan, the USPS director for stamp services and corporate licensing, told Today.com. “These chefs ...
U.S. Consumers Gravitate Toward European-Style Appliances
European housewares and appliances tend to be smaller and more energy-efficient because living quarters there tend to be smaller and utility costs higher than in the U.S.  But with more U.S. consumers flocking from the suburbs to urban dwellings, the need for smaller, chic European-style appliances is on the rise, according to a report in USA Today. Indeed, America’s cities are growing, with 2.3 million more urban dwellers in 2013 than the prior year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. “One of the big factors is the physical dimension of the products themselves, given the historical differences of living space ...
Door to Door Organics Opens Larger Warehouse in Chicago
Online retailer Door to Door Organics is expanding its footprint in Chicago with a new 25,000-square-foot warehouse, which is more than three times larger than its previous capacity. Located in the city’s Bridgeport neighborhood, the new warehouse replaces an 8,000-square-foot facility in Chicago’s Far West Side, which the retailer had been using since 2010. The warehouse space was needed to house the retailer’s expanding product mix. The retailer now has 3,500 local, organic and natural grocery stock keeping units (SKUs), after recently adding 1,000 products to its mix, including frozen foods, pantry staples, ethnic foods, vegan options, gluten-free items, non-GMO ...
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