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Supporting Local Businesses: Pennsylvania's Most Exciting New Openings

There are plenty of new openings to look forward to in Pennsylvania (Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 28, 2020)--It's never been more important than now to champion our local entrepreneurs. Thankfully for us Pennsylvanians, we have plenty of fresh businesses to choose from. Whether you're after a night at the casino, a cake, and a... Read more →

Cooks Are Helping to End World Hunger

Cooks Who Feed is giving people a simple way to take on world hunger this holiday season TORONTO, Canada – (October 27, 2020) – Everyone has food waste, even if we try to be mindful about our purchases and how much we are preparing. While we may all account for a... Read more →

3 Things You Need for Your Patio

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 20, 20200--When you are looking to transform your patio from an empty slab of concrete or decking into the perfect outdoor space, there are a few things that you should get. Such things will help you create the sort of space perfect for hanging out with family or hosting some... Read more →


SUSTAINING HUNDREDS OF JOBS AND DELIVERING NEEDED FOOD TO NEWARKERS IN 60 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS In six months of operations, NWK has reopened dozens of local businesses and become a model of community investment, supported by investments from the City of Newark, private companies and philanthropists Newark, N.J. – October, 2020 –... Read more →

Hashish Concealed in Nigeria Seashells Seized in Baltimore

BALTIMORE – Sally surely wasn’t selling these seashells down by the seashore. Customs and Border Protection officers in Baltimore encountered a unique concealment method when they discovered hashish hidden inside seashells that arrived in air cargo from Nigeria on September 30. Baltimore CBP discovered hashish concealed inside these seashells. CBP agriculture... Read more →

New episode of Ms. Magazine’s On The Issues

with Michele GoodwinPodcast explores the ongoing fight for the Equal Rights Amendment—and what’s at stake in the elections The episode is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and MsMagazine.com. On the Issues with Michele Goodwin is a new issues- and policy-focused podcast featuring feminist analysis, insightful conversations and exciting guests. This... Read more →

Mayor DeBlasio's Continued Shut Down of New York City Restaurants Is Killing their Businesses

Almost 90 percent of New York City restaurants failed to make rent in September By Sarah Downey | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Just days before New York City restaurants were set to resume indoor dining at limited capacity, a new industry survey reports that close to 90 percent... Read more →

How to replace and install new kitchen sink – Complete guide

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 8, 2020)--Kitchen sinks are your forever helpers to keep your kitchen clean by sparkling bowls and platters. They add a visual character to the kitchen with a bright faucet and shiny sink on a smooth countertop. You must not compromise over sink appearance and functionality to undermine kitchen outlooks. These... Read more →

Boost Your Immunity Year-Round With Vitamin C-Rich Frozen Strawberries

(NAPSI)—As greater importance is placed on building strong immune systems these days, nutrients such as vitamin C are gaining in popularity. According to the Office of Dietary Supplements, fruits and vegetables are the best source of vitamin C. Getting your vitamin C from food helps the body absorb the vitamin better... Read more →

What are the reopening rules for bars and restaurants in New Jersey?

What precautions or policies must they take? Eating Out; Stay Safe Last Updated: 09/21/2020 Food or beverage establishments may open, including restaurants, bars, cafeterias, and food courts, as well as all holders of a liquor license with retail consumption privileges. Establishments must follow appropriate mitigation requirements detailed in the Department of... Read more →

These seasonal vegetables have secret effects on the body. Be sure you eat them + recipes!

(September 26, 2020)--From the juiciness of strawberries in summer to the earthy goodness of pumpkins in the fall, there’s something special about eating fruit and vegetables that are in season. As well as being environmentally friendly, seasonal produce is more nutritious and has a greater depth of flavor. It’s also a... Read more →

How are memory care communities in Pennsylvania providing care during Covid-19?

(September 22, 2020)--A person who has dementia may face a lot of problems daily. It can range from confusion, difficulty in doing daily chores, difficulty communicating, and apathy. It is a mental state of illness that requires critical attention with the utmost care. The pandemic situation has added fuel to this... Read more →

Tips for Saving Your Money while Shopping

(September 21, 2020)--From your daily meals to different purchases, a big chunk of your money goes to shopping. Especially now that shopping is one tap away, adding items to your cart seems to be easier than ever. However, you want to be smart in every purchase you make. This means, your... Read more →

Camden County Free Food Distribution Dates

Camden County has partnered with Touch New Jersey to bring FREE food distribution to those in need throughout Camden County every Friday at 10:30 AM. Drive-up and walk-up options available. Must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Computers will be available at the food distribution events through September for people... Read more →

Does CBD Help Anxiety?

(SEPTEMBER 19, 2020)--There is no end of stress in human life. Whether you are appearing for an interview, about to sit for an exam, having a personal problem or financial crisis, the body responds to all the stress in your life in the form of anxiety. Anxiety is the constant feeling... Read more →

Camden City Organization Receives $290,000 Federal Grant

Initiative aims to help city residents become urban gardeners, farmers – and leaders of Camden’s transition to sustainable, just food (CAMDEN CITY, N.J., Sept. 18, 2020) The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded a major grant to a Camden community group for its local farming and healthy food initiative. The... Read more →

Albert J. DiSalvio, Sr, of Bellmawr, Heart Transplant Recipient, Master Chef known for his Sunday Gravy

Albert J. DiSalvio, Sr. BELLMAWR NJ (September 15, 2020)----Albert J. DiSalvio, Sr., passed suddenly on September 13th, 2020, of Bellmawr, NJ. Age 62. Beloved husband of Regina (nee Gmaz). Devoted father of Kathleen Coluzzi (Matthew), Rosemary DiSalvio (Elijah), and Albert DiSalvio Jr. (Emily Kaschak). Loving grandfather of Willow, Paisley and Paige.... Read more →

Attention Maple Shade Residents: “Fill the Truck Event & Competition” Tuesday

Tuesday, Sept. 15 between 5:30pm & 8:30pm Maple Shade Food Bank “Fill the Truck Event & Competition” Donate the most items and win: 1st Place Prize of $1000, 2nd Place Prize of $650 and 3rd Place Prize of $350 Sponsored by: the Maple Shade Police Chaplain Association (non-profit), the Maple Shade... Read more →

Lindenwold Food Pantry Tuesday

LINDENWOLD, NJ (Sept. 14, 2020)The next Lindenwold Food Pantry will be Tuesday, September 15th from 2-3 pm at Lindenwold High School. We will have pre-packaged bags and boxes to distribute. For the safety of everyone, we request that all attend by car. Please be advised a valid ID and proof of... Read more →

What are the reopening rules for bars and restaurants in New Jersey?

What precautions or policies must they take? Food or beverage establishments may open, including restaurants, bars, cafeterias, and food courts, as well as all holders of a liquor license with retail consumption privileges. Establishments must follow appropriate mitigation requirements detailed in the Department of Health's Protocols for Outdoor Dining, Executive Order... Read more →

Center City District Restaurant Week returns September 13 through 25

PHILADELPHIA PA(September 8, 2020)--Center City District Restaurant Week returns September 13 through September 25, with increased health and safety protocols. Participating restaurants are offering multi-course prix-fixe menus for $20 lunches and $35 dinners (excluding tax, gratuity, and alcohol) to dine out, or for the first time, to take home. Many restaurants... Read more →

NJ to Join Other Organizations to Prevent Food Waste

New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher announced the Department is partnering with The Community FoodBank of New Jersey (CFBNJ), The Food Bank of South Jersey, Mercer Street Friends, and Norwescap to help prevent food waste. The campaign was introduced on the NJDA Facebook page (photo by Eli Duke, Creative Commons/flickr.com)... Read more →

NJ Youth will lose their YAP Services if Proposed Cuts by DCF are Accepted by Gov.

By TNA Editor THE NEIGHBORHOOD ADVOCATE- September 4, 2020September 4, 2020 With support from Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc., Kadin and Kameron are back home with their mom after a temprary resource foster home placement About four years ago, Robin, a then 39-year-old Atlantic County, NJ single mother of nine children,... Read more →

Good News! Indoor Dinning Is Opened; Bad News! The Endless Rules

What are the reopening rules for bars and restaurants? What precautions or policies must they take? Gloucestercitynews.net files Food or beverage establishments may open, including restaurants, bars, cafeterias, and food courts, as well as all holders of a liquor license with retail consumption privileges. Establishments must follow appropriate mitigation requirements detailed... Read more →

Mayor Kennedy Dining In Maryland Despite His City's Current Ban on Indoor Service

Philadelphia mayor faces backlash... By Christen Smith | The Center Square Marc Vetri, a prominent Philadelphia restauranteur, posted the photo of Kenney to his Instagram page Sunday. (The Center Square)(August 31, 2020)-- – Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is facing backlash Monday for an image of him dining in a Maryland restaurant... Read more →

Gyms May Open Sept. 1...Restaurants Must Continue to Wait to Open Indoor Dining

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – New Jersey gyms and health clubs will reopen at 25 percent capacity on Sept. 1 but indoor dining remains banned. Gov. Phil Murphy said he hopes to announce a plan for indoor dining before Sept. 15 when asked by a... Read more →

Free Food Distribution Friday, August 21

Camden County has partnered with Touch New Jersey to bring FREE food distribution to those in need throughout Camden County every Friday at 11am. Drive-up and walk-up options available. Must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Friday August 21 St. Joseph’s Procathedral, 2907 Federal Street, Camden 11 AM Read more →

Mike Giannulis Explains about Attracting More Customers to Your Bistro

(August 19, 2020)--Even if you toss up delicious meals at your restaurant, it does not imply that you will have the place full of customers every evening unless people know how great the food and ambiance is. That is the reason why you need additional promotion of your business to pique... Read more →

A tasty, toasty avocado and lobster roll makes for a meal that seems like sunshine

(NAPSI)—Summer means something different to everyone. Some look forward to cooling off on a hot day at the beach. Others enjoy the slower pace and time to cook at home. For California avocados, the sunny season symbolizes how delicious each moment can be, thanks to the bountiful availability of the fruit... Read more →

Wegmans Markets Recalls Oranges & Lemons etc.

Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Announces Recall of Select Valencia Oranges, Lemons, and Various Products Containing Fresh Lemon Because of Possible Health Risk Rochester, NY, August 9, 2020 – Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. is recalling its four-pound bag of Valencia Oranges, two-pound bag of lemons, bulk lemons, and a variety of in-store... Read more →

Sky Garden Grille Opens at Ocean Casino Resort On August 5

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (August 3, 2020) – The Sky is the limit at Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City! On August 5, Ocean will be opening the brand-new rooftop-style dining experience, Sky Garden Grille, where guests can relax…dine…drink outdoors. Set on three acres of beautiful landscape overlooking the breathtaking Atlantic Ocean,... Read more →

How to Choose Stainless Steel Kitchen Table?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2020)--The commercial kitchen is a kind of magic laboratory where the culinary wonders are born every day. One of the most important quality indicators of any food establishment is the hygienic safety of food preparation. Choosing the right stainless steel kitchen table, countertops, shelves, etc. is an essential task... Read more →

Gloucester County's Madison Kelly, Recipient of the Dunkin’ Regional Scholarship

On Monday, August 3rd, Dunkin’ and its Community Cruiser will honor local high school graduate from Gloucester County, Madison Kelly, who recently was selected as a recipient of the eleventh annual Dunkin’ Regional Scholarship Program. Each student will be awarded a $2,000 academic scholarship to pursue a full-time undergraduate degree at... Read more →

Pennsylvania Restaurant Owners Rebuke State's Restrictions, Plea for Assistance

By Christen Smith | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Restaurateurs said Tuesday that Pennsylvania's statewide pandemic restrictions on their industry will force 7,500 establishments to shut down forever and leave more than 200,000 workers unemployed. Unless, that is, Gov. Tom Wolf steps in to either roll back “arbitrary” capacity... Read more →

The marketing challenges for start-up café shops during COVID-19 –Useful insights by Ej Dalius

image courtesy of Rod Long @rodlong/unsplash.com (Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--2020 hasn't been easy for anyone! The COVID-19 outbreak and its contamination rates have caused deaths and the economy to stagnate. As the economy struggles to get back to normalcy, there are several business houses and organizations unsure of how to resume operations.... Read more →

New Jersey American Water announces bold new START program

to create jobs and invest in water and wastewater services Estimated Creation of Up to 2,000 Jobs through Additional $150 Million Investment Annually CAMDEN, N.J. (July 24, 2020) – New Jersey American Water President Cheryl Norton today announced a bold new program that proposes to accelerate capital investment in water and... Read more →

Bipartisan Bill Would Help NJ Restaurants Impacted by Halt to Reopening Plans

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A bipartisan bill introduced in the Senate would reimburse New Jersey restaurants, bars and caterers for supplies purchased in anticipation reopening their indoor dining rooms. The reopening plans were halted by Gov. Phil Murphy just days before the reopening date... Read more →

Is a Pre-Filled or Refillable Pod System Better as a First Vape?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 18, 2020)--In many ways, the most important vaping device that you’ll ever buy is your first. That’s because it’s the purchase that has the greatest influence over what your future in vaping will be like. If you enjoy your experience with your first device, you’ll end up buying so many... Read more →

Jersey Fresh Produce Abundant in SJ

HERE IS WHERE TO FIND DELICIOUS SUMMER HARVESTS A region that boasts hundreds of acres of lush farmland, New Jersey’s Heartland is one of the best places to source local produce: from plump Jersey Fresh tomatoes to flavorful blueberries. For many, strolling through a farm market and scooping up a basket-full... Read more →

UMC Unveils The Road Forward

Plan outlines transition to “new normal” amid COVID-19 pandemic NEPTUNE, N.J., July 13, 2020 — Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, residents of long-term care communities have patiently awaited the time when they could visit face-to-face with their loved ones. That desire was granted when the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) issued... Read more →

Philly Chefs Prepare Food for Families Staying at Ronald McDonald House

Written By: Heather Redfern PHILADELPHIA PA(July 14, 2020)--Chefs from several PHL Food & Shops restaurants recently prepared and delivered approximately 80 pre-made meals for families staying at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House at 40th and Chestnut Streets. The event was part of the Ronald McDonald House’s Guest Chef program. The Philadelphia... Read more →

Getting around Canberra

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 12, 2020)--Visiting Canberra is truly a great experience. The Australian capital has the best of both worlds: the renowned world of modern architecture and the wondrous natural reserves and bushlands. No matter what your choice of activities is, you can find something that suits you in Canberra. There are many... Read more →

Four Tips for Gardening on a Budget

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 10, 2020)--Gardening is a fantastic hobby that is also extremely beneficial, especially if you’re growing food. It can become expensive if you are unsure of where to start, or don’t watch your spending. There is a slight investment involved when getting started, but it can be minimal if you know... Read more →

What To Do? Youth Hunger And Malnutrition Continue To Grow

(NAPSI)—According to the United States Department of Agriculture, in the U.S., more than 12 million children receive free or reduced-price breakfast at school, and more than 29.7 million get lunch through the national school lunch program. For many, school meals are the only consistent food they get in a day and,... Read more →

Stay Food Safe this July Fourth

Food Safety Education Staff Consumer Inquiries (888) 674-6854 WASHINGTON, July 3, 2020 – Many Americans will be celebrating the Fourth of July outdoors this year a little differently, with celebrations at home, including backyard barbecues and picnics perhaps with only your household. No matter how you’re celebrating the Fourth of July,... Read more →

Republican Leader Bramnick: NJ Should Reimburse Restaurants for Canceled Re-Openings

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square)(July 1, 2020)-- – Restaurant owners should be reimbursed for money spent in anticipation of the now-canceled reopening on Thursday, said Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick. Meanwhile, Gov. Phil Murphy said “it’s better to be safe than sorry” in defense of his... Read more →

Techniques For California Avocado Month

Deviled California Avocados (NAPSI)—Some trends never go out of style, and avocado toast is one that has defined the last decade. Kicking off the month of June, in celebration of California Avocado Month, the California Avocado Commission (CAC) has teamed up with award-winning chefs from California, Arizona and Colorado to predict... Read more →

Wildwood Mayor Ask Murphy to Allow Indoor Dining in Cape May County

June 30, 2020, 3:25 pm | in (Wildwood, NJ) – Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron released the following statement in response to Governor Phil Murphy’s decision to postpone the resumption of indoor dining, which was scheduled to resume Thursday, July 2nd at 25% capacity. “The Governor’s decision to postpone the resumption of... Read more →

Over 100 Leading Businesses Blast Murphy's EO As It Unfairly Hurts Restaurant Owners

The New Jersey Business Coalition, a group of more than 100 leading business and nonprofit groups throughout the state, issued the following statement following Gov. Phil Murphy's signing of Executive Order 158, temporarily pausing the resumption of indoor dining in New Jersey. "New Jersey business owners have said from the beginning... Read more →