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Attn. Seacoast and Boston Area Restaurant Owners and Managers

Attn. Seacoast and Boston Area Restaurant Owners and Managers

Lunch and Learn: Restaurant Guidelines for 2016 Come join me for an informative discussion about how you can increase profit margins in 2016 by appealing to the food and nutrition trends that consumers will be expecting.  Also, learn how the mandatory FDA menu labeling laws may still affect your small business.  Be informed to be […]

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7 ‘Healthy’ Foods that Really Aren’t

7 ‘Healthy’ Foods that Really Aren’t

Below is the link to an article recently posted on Fox News Health, titled 7 ‘Healthy’ Foods that Really Aren’t http://www.foxnews.com/health/2015/12/30/7-healthy-foods-that-really-arent.html I thought this was a great brief article to add to my blog as with the New Year brings many false ideas about what a healthy resolution really is.  While I agree with almost […]

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7 Holiday Diabetes Management Tips

7 Holiday Diabetes Management Tips

Written for Medtronic Diabetes ‘The Loop’ Blog In the midst of all the holiday hustle and bustle, people with diabetes can have a mound of other stresses to contend with, such as blood sugar fluctuations as a direct result of a full calendar. Living with type 1 diabetes for over 25 years, MiniMed Ambassador, previous […]

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House bill would limit some calorie labels

House bill would limit some calorie labels

Good news for grocery stores and pizza shops!  An article recently was posted stating that the majority of the House approved some leniencies in regards to the soon to be mandatory menu labeling act, to officially take effect on Dec. 1, 2016.  In summary; supermarkets with prepared foods will not have to have individual nutrition […]

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Consumer confusion about gluten is a double-edge sword for whole grains

Consumer confusion about gluten is a double-edge sword for whole grains

Article adapted from FoodNavigatorUSA.com Ongoing consumer interest in gluten-free foods has opened a door for less common ancient grains to step into the limelight that wheat, rye and barley have dominated for so long. But at the same time, lingering consumer confusion about the exact definition of gluten could limit those grains’ market potential, suggests […]

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