Food Innovation Leader Memphis Meats is Now UPSIDE Foods and Officially Announces Chicken as its First Consumer Product

Will Kreznick

-New name reflects company is ready to deliver future-friendly meat to consumers

-Chicken production likely to begin by end of 2021, pending regulatory review

-Pilot production facility breaks ground to supply initial product

BERKELEY, Calif., May 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Memphis Meats, the leading company in cell-cultured meat, poultry and seafood (also known as cultured meat) becomes UPSIDE Foods. This signifies that the company is now ready for business with its first consumer product: chicken.

UPSIDE Foods logo

“Our team introduced the world to cultured meat, and the evolution to UPSIDE Foods communicates our passion and potential to

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First it was toilet paper, now people are hoarding cat food too | Opinion

Will Kreznick

OK. If no one else is going to ask this question then I will.

What’s up with the cat food shortage?

I mean you can’t find cat food anywhere. At the big box department stores, the cat food aisle is all but empty every time I check. The same with some of our local grocery stores, the mall and even the dollar stores.

Apparently you have to be in the right place at the right time to find cat food. Otherwise it is gone no sooner than it arrives.

Something is certainly amiss here.

I’ve asked a number of

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DFW Airport contributed more than 32,000 tons of waste to landfills every year. Now it’s turning passengers’ food into fertilizer to help bring change

Will Kreznick

After discovering about a quarter of the waste generated in DFW’s terminals is food, workers at airport restaurants are being trained to compost.

DALLAS — We’re told to live in the moment, be mindful, and be present – especially when we travel.

But we can’t ignore the future.

Every move we make makes a mark.

And DFW International Airport wants to make less of one.

“You’d be surprised to know that 30% of the state’s waste to landfills comes from North Texas – over 11 million tons,” said Robert Horton, vice president of environmental affairs and sustainability at DFW Airport. 

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Delivered food stolen on Oak Avenue

Will Kreznick

A package of food that was delivered to an apartment building on Oak Avenue was reported stolen.  This among stories in today’s crime bulletin from Evanston police.

THEFT

1800 Oak

Food delivered to the common area of an apartment building in the 1800 block of Oak Avenue was stolen between 7:40 p.m. and 8:29 p.m. yesterday.

2400 Main

An unattended cell phone was stolen from a store in the 2400 block of Main Street between 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. Saturday.

Church at Benson

A Schwinn mountain bike that was secured to a bike rack near Church Street and Benson

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Now, food department to manage Oxygen supply in Haryana : The Tribune India

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Sushil Manav

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 11

With the black marketing and hoarding of Covid-related drugs rampant, the government has relieved the drug control officers from the management and distribution of medical oxygen and handed over the work to the Food and Supplies Department officials.

Anurag Rastogi, ACS, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumers Affairs

TO MEET HIGH DEMAND

There is a huge demand of oxygen cylinders for patients in home isolation. These plants need to be monitored for timely oxygen supply to patients. Therefore, the government has decided that the food department should monitor this task.