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Amazon Prime Serves Up A Year Of Grubhub+: Here's How To Claim It

We may receive a commission on purchases made from links. If you're an Amazon Prime member and you're feeling a little hungry, you'll like the news that Just Eat Takeaway has just shared. Amazon is teaming up with Grubhub, and as part of that collaboration, you can snag a yearly subscription to the service for free. Seeing as Grubhub+ normally costs $9.99 per month, that's a pretty sweet deal if you tend to order food frequently. Let's take a look at what exactly is in store, and more importantly, how to get your year of Grubhub+ for free.
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The Ripple Effect Rising Food Costs Are Having On Restaurant Workers

It's no secret that inflation is hitting consumers hard across all sectors. For many people, even paying for necessities like groceries and gas is becoming increasingly difficult. To put it into perspective, it was reported that the rate of inflation is the highest it's been in over 40 years, per CNBC. In terms of food, even common items like eggs have increased dramatically in price. While there are a variety of reasons for the current inflation crisis, organizations like the World Economic Forum point the finger at supply chain issues spurred by COVID-19, the ensuing consumer demand for goods, and the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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How Increasing Food Costs Are Affecting Customers' Eating Habits

If you've recently found that it is much easier to get a table at your favorite restaurant, you may have just experienced another consequence of rising prices that has hurt the purchasing power of our money at gas stations and grocery stores. With inflation running at 40-year highs, it should come as no surprise that The Harris Poll found that 90% of Americans are wary about food prices, per CNBC, and that wariness is translating into fewer trips to restaurants. Black Box Intelligence tells The Wall Street Journal that because of higher prices, 3% fewer people ate at casual dining restaurants like Olive Garden, Applebee's, and Chili's between April to June of this year when compared to the same time last year.
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Podcast: Talking Food Waste Reduction (and How We Can All Do More) With Andrew Shakman

Andrew Shakman had a tough job. In May, the CEO of Leanpath was asked to give a closing message at the annual ReFED Symposium that would inspire attendees and catalyze action. After two full days of engaging talks and shared insights, he delivered, so we thought we would have Andrew come on the podcast to discuss some of what he shared and to discuss how the food waste reduction space has changed in the 20 or so years he’d been running the company he founded.
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Most essential workers have seen their pay increase during the pandemic — but many still don’t believe they’re being paid a fair wage

Pay for essential workers is rising, but many say it’s still not enough. Some 29 out of 30 essential-worker roles in industries such as public safety, food service, construction, maintenance and social work had a pay increase from 2019 to 2022, according to a report by compensation management platform Payscale.
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Meet SavorEat: The plant-based company bringing customization to the plant-based industry

Interview with Racheli Visman, CEO and Co-Founder at SavorEat. Can you tell us a little about SavorEat and how it was founded?. The idea behind SavorEat came to me six years ago. At the time I was the COO of a MedTech company and was dealing with health issues that severely limited my diet. One day while grocery shopping, I had a vision of a robot that prepares the exact delicious meal I was craving, only healthy and aligned with my diet. After a quick Google search, I found that there is no such thing, and decided to follow my vision and transition from MedTech to FoodTech.
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The Daily Stream: The Bear Is Comfort Food TV With A Dollop Of Chaos

The Pitch: After eight frenetic episodes of nonstop cooking chaos, two characters settle in for a comfy home-cooked meal that, even in the calm quiet of a tiny kitchen, exudes elaborate expertise. While recounting the horrors of work, one of them unwittingly summarizes the entire series when she says: "Dude, it would be weird to work in a restaurant and not completely lose your mind." If you've spent a day in food service, you know exactly what this show is on about. And if you've spent longer, then godspeed, my friend.
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Is Starbucks open on Fourth of July? (2022)

It is no secret that plenty of Americans start their day with a trip to Starbucks, and many of them are probably wondering if they can continue this valued tradition on July 4th, 2022. The menu for the famous coffee shop is chock full of delicious treats, and the variety...
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