NYPS Foodservice Forum: Imagining The Spirit Behind Ghost Kitchens

There’s no denying we’re continuing a new era of food delivery, but how can we do it smarter and in a way that preserves both the brand and the hospitality diners crave? Kristen Barnett, founder and chief executive of Hungry House, Brooklyn, NY, is forging a new model for ghost kitchens, working with chefs to […]

Consumers, Grapes and Gene Editing: Cornell’s Rickard Sheds Light On Latest Research

Brad Rickard has an inquisitive mind and a generous heart. He has presented with us in numerous venues and always left the audience thinking: Cornell Professor Brad RickardReturns To London To Unveil New Study: QUANTITY, VALUE AND DIVERSITY —The 10-Year Evolution Of Consumer Purchase Preferences For Packaged Produce Can Labeling Impact Food Waste?Is Zero Waste […]

Global Trade Symposium: Elevating The Industry … With Purpose Beyond Produce

If you change one life, generations are touched: The produce industry is uniquely situated to help address global social disparities. Is there more we can do as individuals, farms and companies to make the world a better place — even though that sounds overwhelming? Yes, and it can start with one person, one farm, one […]

Perishable Pundit: Live produce show is a triumph in New York

My wife and I were married in New York’s famed The Plaza Hotel, opposite Central Park and, on our wall at home, we have a beautiful and artistic black-and-white photo of us on the dance floor of the Grand Ballroom, taken during the cocktail hour before any of our guests had been admitted to the ballroom. […]

NY Produce Show Discussions: Branding expert Lisa Cork on 3 positive macro trends

Lisa Cork

I’m tempted to say we saved the best for last… as this concludes the presentation of our speakers from The New York Produce Show and Conference — Virtual Edition.  Yet this is not quite true, as each one of our speakers provided a truly unique perspective on the pandemic, the industry and the future. We, of […]