DineSafe: Toronto health inspectors find major infractions at three restaurants on Jan. 25, plus the weekly roundup

Toronto Public Health issued 35 conditional passes to restaurants, cafés, bakeries, bars and grocery stores from Jan. 19 to Jan. 25. Jan. 25 By Dave at 3600 Bathurst Street received a conditional pass with six major infractions: Fail to ensure equipment surface cleaned as necessary Fail to protect food from contamination or adulteration Fail to … Read more

Seaweed researchers find bright future for underwater crop

Queensland scientists are getting serious about seaweed to address the planet’s food security and environmental and climate change challenges.  Key points: Scientists are working to scale up seaweed production in Australia Seaweed can be used as food for humans and animals Scientists say it has the potential to address a variety of environmental and climate change challenges … Read more

Diageo’s 1H US Sales Misses Market Expectations — Earnings Review

By Michael Susin Diageo PLC reported its first half of fiscal 2023 performance on Thursday. Here’s what we watched: REPORTED NET SALES: The liquor maker reported net sales of 9.42 billion pounds ($11.68 billion) for the six months ended Dec. 31, beating market expectations of GBP9.22 billion pounds, according consensus estimate taken from FactSet and … Read more

DineSafe: Toronto health inspectors find major infractions at nine restaurants on Jan. 24

Toronto Public Health issued nine conditional passes to restaurants, cafés, bakeries, bars and grocery stores on Jan. 24. Caribbean Sun at 2 Steinway Boulevard received a conditional pass with three major infractions: Fail to ensure equipment surface cleaned as necessary Fail to protect food from contamination or adulteration Handwashing stations not conveniently accessible by food … Read more

New FDA Guidelines Could Have Huge Effect on Children’s Health

Photo: BLACKDAY (Shutterstock) Lead is, in some measure, a surprisingly unavoidable fact of life. Despite decades of efforts to reduce the level of lead in our food and water, we will never completely eradicate it, but as part of its Closer to Zero initiative, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration hopes that its new guidelines will … Read more

DineSafe: Toronto health inspectors find major infractions at 10 restaurants on Jan. 23

Toronto Public Health issued 10 conditional passes to restaurants, cafés, bakeries, bars and grocery stores on Jan. 23. East Court and Mike’s Bbq at 4400 Sheppard Avenue East received a conditional pass with three major infractions: Display potentially hazardous foods at internal temperature between 4 C and 60 C Fail to protect food from contamination … Read more

Little John’s suspending operations amid search for new space, additional funding | Top Stories

Little John’s is temporarily suspending the majority of the organization’s operations as proprietor and chef David Heide and his team look for new ways to support the business. ​COPYRIGHT 2023 BY CHANNEL 3000. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS MATERIAL MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED, BROADCAST, REWRITTEN OR REDISTRIBUTED. MADISON, Wis. — Little John’s is … Read more

DineSafe: Toronto health inspectors find major infractions at six restaurants on Jan. 20

Toronto Public Health issued six conditional passes to restaurants, cafés, bakeries, bars and grocery stores on Jan. 20. Aleeza’s Pizza at 1768 Weston Road received a conditional pass with three major infractions: Fail to maintain records of pest control measures taken Fail to protect against breeding of pests Sanitize utensils in chlorine solution of less … Read more

Artisanal Spirits 2022 Revenue to Beat Market Forecasts; Names Andrew Dane as CEO

By Ian Walker Artisanal Spirits Co. said Tuesday that revenue last year grew 20% and is expected to be ahead of market forecasts. The owner of the Scotch Malt Whisky Society–a provider of whisky and other spirits–said it has appointed Finance Director Andrew Dane as chief executive officer with immediate effect and that Billy McCarter, … Read more

BAILEY: Free and healthy meal should be available to all New York students | Opinion

Prior to the pandemic, 59% of New York state schools provided free meals to family-income eligible students. However, during the pandemic, all public-school students, regardless of income, could take part in the free meal program. Sometimes good things come to an end. The COVID-19 pandemic federally funded free breakfast and lunch for all public-school students … Read more