August 2011

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August 2011

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about August 2011.

In 1977, Ron Eisenberg left Cleveland — his wife, three children and two dogs in tow — for San Diego.

For nearly 90 years, women have been turning to bridal registries to help their guests — and themselves — with the gift-giving process. Chicago-based Marshall Field & Co.

Retailers took to the nation's capital for the 2011 Summer Fancy Food Show, held just stone's throw away from Washington, D.C.'s many monuments.

Martinez Gourmet Salsa
Fremont Authentic Brands,
a division of Fremont Co.,
Fremont, Ohio

Capresso H20 PRO
Closter, N.J.

As retailers head into the key fourth-quarter buying season, they're planning in-store events, dinners and other opportunities to promote artisan cheese.

Spurred by tips from their favorite celebrity chef-hosted cooking shows, consumers are driving many of today's kitchenware trends. Take cutlery, for example.

Food dehydration is one of the most effective and nutritious ways of preserving food today. A renewed interest in home gardening, combined with a surging interest in buying local and eating healthier, has increased the demand for food dehydrators to dry fruits, vegetables and spices.

How many of you are willing to admit that you've experienced this scenario: You needed someone to train a new hire, automatically chose the person who was the best performer in the job that needed to be trained — and were disappointed with the results?

Coinciding with increased interest in artisanal cheese and local products, cheese festivals are popping up in various areas of the country. "In future years, people traveling to cheese events will have a hard time choosing where to go," says Christine Hyatt, American Cheese Society presid

The picture of health, today's high-quality juicers look great and perform even better. And with so many of us looking to eat more healthfully, it's not surprising that more and more consumers are turning to juicers to tune up their diets.

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