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Tuesday morning, June 8, 2021

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Asian Food Truck Vandalized

An Asian food truck in Layton was damaged with racist graffiti over the weekend. Layton police Sgt. Tracy Hokum said Monday that it’s too early to know if it will be investigated as a hate crime. KTVX reported the “World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck” shared photos of the damage on its Facebook account on Sunday. Those show much of the truck covered in white spray paint — including racist slurs and images. The food truck serves Filipino and Asian fusion dishes, and the operators said they will not

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If you love something, let it go and if it was meant to be yours, it will always come back to you. I’m obviously talking about your favorite discontinued fast food items. Specifically, I’m talking about Taco Bell’s fan-favorite menu items that are always leaving and then returning on a seemingly random basis. This time, the chain’s Nacho Fries are back—but they really are better than ever because a whole new version of them is hitting stores this month.

You’ll have to be a little bit patient because Nacho Fries will officially hit Taco Bell stores nationwide again on July

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One of the public policy initiatives designed to help restaurant survive the past year, “cocktails to go” is now getting a second look from restaurants, industry leaders, and legislators as they all contemplate post-pandemic regulatory realities.

Allowing licensed restaurants the opportunity to sell beer, wine, and mixed drinks as part of pick-up or to-go orders was originally promoted as a way to help restaurants survive lockdown. Beverage alcohol take-out offered a way to book additional revenue with little additional cost, and it was an option of which nearly every licensed eatery took advantage.

Now that pandemic-related business restrictions have been

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European markets closed higher on Tuesday as trading resumes after the Easter holiday, with global sentiment boosted by positive economic data in the U.S. and China.

The pan-European Stoxx 600 provisionally ended the session up 0.7%, with basic resources adding 1.8% to lead gains as most sectors entered positive territory.

European stocks bucked the trend seen in Asia-Pacific, where markets were mixed Tuesday despite China’s services sector activity growing in March, according to a private sector survey.

Stateside, stocks fluctuated on Tuesday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 closed at record highs the previous session on

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Here Comes the Third Ingo’s Tasty Food

LGO Hospitality is now opening a third location of Ingo’s Tasty Food in addition to the second one coming to downtown Phoenix (101 East Washington Street, #110) this summer. The third spot will be in north Scottsdale at Scottsdale Road and Mayo Boulevard near the new Buck &

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Chris Whiting from Synergy Flavours highlights the key drivers behind future flavour trends and what to look out for this year.

soft drinks for flavour trends article

The food industry is heavily influenced by a range of sources – travel, social media, global events, culture, celebrities, the list goes on. Trend-tracking technology and processes are important for identifying trends as they emerge, but how can manufacturers work to stay several steps ahead of consumers to predict what they might want next?

Synergy Flavours conducts extensive research every year to predict the rising stars in flavours. Consumer buying habits, bloggers, food writers and futurologists have all helped

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