Frozen Food Market Report 2022-2027: Global Size, Share, Growth, Industry Trends and Competitive Analysis

SHERIDAN, WY, USA, August 9, 2022 / — According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled ‘Frozen Food Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027’, the global frozen food market is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 4.67% during 2022-2027. Frozen food products are processed foods that are preserved at acute cold temperatures and then stored in freezers for later use. In terms of product types, they can be categorized into vegetable snacks, meat products, seafood, fruits, etc.

Is Your Doberman a Picky Eater? Try This Simple Hack.

Dobermans are so incredibly varied in their personalities. While some scarf down any food scrap in sight, others have a more picky (or shall we say, ‘refined’) palate, and quickly tire of their everyday dog food. What can be done when your doberman decides to stop eating their food, or is no longer excited about it?

The Dog Food Topper Craze and the Dangers of Many Food Toppers for Your Doberman
Food toppers have become incredibly popular in the pet food/treat industry in recent years, but the concept isn’t anything new.

Hunters Battle Against Food Insecurity With Meat Donations for Needy Families

As national food banks across the country grapple with dwindling inventories and supply chain issues, hunting enthusiasts have stepped up their game with donations of legally harvested meat to fill the void.
Deer, bison, elk, antelope, or moose—are all excellent alternative sources of protein against the sticker shock of skyrocketing beef prices, says Eric Luongo, area resource coordinator for the Montana Food Bank Network in Missoula.
With all the rising prices in food, Luongo said hunter donation programs have grown in scope and demand.

2 local restaurants bringing new life to the Samuell-Grand intersection

Photography by Sylvia Elzafon.
The intersection of E. Grand Avenue and Samuell Boulevard was long a hub for Tex-Mex. East Dallas residents could head to La Acapulqueña for a sit-down meal, and next door, El Taco Loco satisfied late-night taco cravings. 
Neighbor and business owner Patrick Donlin saw this corner as ripe for revitalization. It’s just down the street from Meson Maya, formerly El Torito Grill and Brownie’s, the 24-hour diner with tabletop jukeboxes that served the neighborhood for five decades.

Opinion: Feeding Insects to Cows Could Make Meat and Dairy More Sustainable

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.
The world’s population is growing, and so is the challenge of feeding everyone. Current projections indicate that by 2050, global food demand could increase by 59 to 98 percent above current levels. In particular, there will be increased demand for high-quality protein foods, such as meat and dairy products.
Livestock producers in the US and other exporting countries are looking for ways to increase their output while also being sensitive to the environmental impacts of agricultural production.

Jersey City Restaurants Are Just as Good as Anything in NYC. Here’s Where To Go.

Jersey City Restaurants Are Just as Good as Anything in NYC. Here’s Where To Go.

Jersey City, New Jersey, has long been overshadowed by its more famous neighbor. And I get it: New York City is bigger with more to experience and more people to meet – not to mention there are way more restaurants, many of which have been crowned among the best in the world. But let’s not overlook the underdog.

Jersey City, though small in comparison to New York City, is crowded with some of the most interesting food in the United States.

With rising food and fuel prices, feeding the hungry in Aroostook County is getting harder

On a recent morning, a few volunteers are loading donated goods onto a truck waiting at the Catholic Charities Food Bank in Monticello.The truck will deliver the donations to thrift stores in Caribou and Presque Isle, and on the trip back, it’ll bring peppers, apples and tomatoes. “The apples came from a friend of ours who’s a farmer,” said Dixie Shaw, the director of hunger and relief services for Catholic Charities Maine. “The peppers and tomatoes came off of trucks.” Trucks that have unwanted produce know to call Shaw, who’s been orchestrating the criss-crossing of food and donations across northern Maine for more than 30 years.

These Are the Disney World Restaurants Guests Consider ‘One-And-Done’

When it comes to dining in Disney World, some people may seriously exaggerate the quality of their meal or over-hype their experience. After all, it’s easy to get caught up in the moment! At the end of the day though, you’re paying a lot of money for your Disney World vacation and you might not want to waste your time on a subpar meal.
You can dine way up in space!
We asked our readers on Facebook, Which Disney World restaurants would you say are ‘one-and-done?’ It turns out our readers had a lot to say — we received hundreds of responses! Let’s take a look at some of the most popular answers.