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Authorities on Wednesday said two sisters were found dead at a Union County restaurant, a day after the eatery’s co-owner was found fatally shot nearby.

The homicides of the women and the shooting death of the eatery’s co-owner, 45-year-old Akanni A. Martin, are connected, according to acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay V. Ruotolo.

Police on Monday morning found Martin shot in the head in a vehicle parked behind a rental car business in the 1700 block of Morris Avenue in Union Township, Ruotolo said.

“A weapon was recovered near his body,” the prosecutor said in a statement. “Investigators do not

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More than 200 people in 11 countries could be part of a Salmonella outbreak across Europe. Investigations to find the source of the Salmonella Braenderup infections are ongoing.

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) confirmed to Food Safety News that it was supporting countries in their investigations and following the incident closely with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).

The hardest hit country is the United Kingdom with 52 confirmed infections while France only has one confirmed patient. Denmark has 27 and Sweden 25 confirmed infections with the Netherlands recording 13 people sick.

Mostly women sick in

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Summertime BBQ ribs are getting a veggie twist with corn.

TikTok users have been cooking up corn ribs as the latest social media food trend, which has more than 10.6 million views under its hashtag.

The trend involves slicing whole cobs of corn into vertical sections, dressing it with a seasoned sauce or spread and cooking it much like you would with pork or beef ribs. When heated up, the sliced corn pieces curl up in a way that looks similar to its meaty counterparts.

‘CREAMY LEMONADE’ TREND IS TAKING OVER TIKTOK: TRY THE RECIPE

Feel Good Foodie founder Yumna

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Mari F. Mullen

Eighty-one businesses have now signed up for the “Love Where You Live—Port Townsend” marketing campaign which increases visibility for historic districts’ businesses, in response to COVID-19 impacts. 

These businesses and the historic buildings they call home are our community’s treasures. The plan highlights local shopping, dining, hotel stays and experiences. Regional and local marketing buys will encourage participation in the niche experiences and self-guided tours as COVID restrictions lift. The campaign is coordinated by the Port Townsend Main Street Program.

A lively mix of unique businesses with great stories call Port Townsend home. Individually

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The European Commission has set new maximum levels for lead and cadmium in a range of food products to protect public health.

Measures will apply beginning Aug. 30 for limits of lead and a day later for cadmium. They cover fruits, vegetables, meat and supplements.

The aim is to further reduce the presence of the heavy metal contaminants in food, said the Commission.

Stella Kyriakides, European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, said the decision puts consumers first by making food safer and healthier.

“It is also another step forward in reinforcing EU food safety standards and delivering safer, healthier

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Keith Nunes 2019KANSAS CITY — The food delivery service DoorDash made a splash in late 2019 with the introduction of its first ghost kitchen in Redwood City, Calif. Nearly two years and one pandemic later, restaurant industry investment in off-premises concepts is accelerating and will create new opportunities and pressures for food and beverage product developers.

Research published by the National Restaurant Association (NRA) in 2019 found off-premises dining accounted for 60% of foodservice occasions, and nearly 80% of restaurant operators said developing an off-premises strategy was a priority. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and what was a strategic priority became a

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