Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 1 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Can gluten-free, low-carb food startup succeed? Gladys Edmunds, for USA TODAY 8:13 a.m. EDT October 3, 2013 My friends tell me these food specialties are just a “passing thing.” Should I listen to them? Celiac sufferers Maria Roglieri of Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., and her daughter, Sara Friedman, 16, shop in the gluten-free section at C-Town supermarket Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2013, in Tarrytown, N.Y. (Photo: Tania Savayan/The Westchester County, N.Y., Journal News) Story Highlights Constant flow of special diet foods suggests they’re not just a fad Success of specialty food business depends on products, marketing strategies Friends may be trying to help, but focus on your customers — not your pals SHARE 6 CONNECT 17 TWEET 1 COMMENTEMAILMORE Hi Gladys, I recently opened a store that specializes in gluten-free and low-carb foods. The business has been slow. Some of my family members as well as my friends have started telling me that these food specialties are just a passing thing. I really want my business to make it. Do you have any suggestions? — Al S. The food industry is constantly coming out with foods that are gluten free, low carb, low sugar, no sugar, low fat, etc. This constant flow of special diet foods makes me doubt that these foods are just a passing thing.
He couldnt find parking, so he said a friend was driving around while he waited in line. RELATED: BLOOMBERG: GRADE FOOD CARTS, TOO! JOHN TAGGART FOR NEW YORK DAILY The Halal Guys are known for their gyros and rice platters, which have stayed around $6 for the past 23 years. Ive been eating here for nine years, No told The News. Id be at that store every day. The Halal Guys started out as just another hot dog cart in 1990. The companys founders then realized there was money to be made by selling Halal food to the Muslim cabbies who drove through Midtown. Since then, the company has grown to operate five food stands including two stands on 6th Ave. another one on 7th Ave. and a lonely outpost at Queens LaGuardia Community College. RELATED: MEET THE THREE DIRTIES FOOD VENDORS IN BROOKLYN JOHN TAGGART FOR NEW YORK DAILY Whats so great about the food? Several people on line this Monday said that it was the white sauce. What do they put in there?
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The agency is maintaining 55 percent of its 14,779 employees while in shutdown mode, but this includes workers who focus on drugs, tobacco and other nonfood areas, many of which have budgets propped up by industry user fees. Remarkably, the shutdown plan is more generous than the outline floated in 2011, the last time the federal government was facing the brink. Under that plan, the administration deemed only 14 percent of FDAs workforce essential. Still, food safety advocates are very concerned about the direct hit to food safety. ( Also on POLITICO: Senate CR to strip Monsanto rider ) Ceasing routine food inspections is not ideal, experts say, especially because FDA is already so short-staffed compared with the size of its jurisdiction. During the 2012 fiscal year, the agency inspected about 10,000 of the 167,000 domestic food manufacturers. Overseas, it was able to get into 1,300 of the 254,000 food facilities registered with the agency. According to the plan released by the administration, FDA will be unable to support the majority of its food safety, nutrition, and cosmetics activities. That includes routine food manufacturer inspections, compliance and enforcement of food safety regulations and food import monitoring. When it comes to the CDC, which is operating with 32 percent of its 12,825 employees during the shutdown, health experts worry the disease surveillance system for detecting foodborne illness could be hampered by the loss of personnel. ( Also on POLITICO: Harvard, NRDC: Expire dates key to stopping food waste ) While the public learns of maybe only a dozen high-profile national foodborne illness outbreaks each year, at any given point there are dozens of clusters of illnesses tied to food and investigators try to pinpoint the cause. CDCs PulseNet a crucial part of the agency that tracks and monitors foodborne illnesses across the country has been hit hard by the shutdown. Each year, PulseNet monitors 250 clusters of foodborne disease and only 10 to 15 get high-profile media attention. CDC will continue minimal support to protect the health and well-being of U.S.
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Being a vegetarian doesn’t mean that all you eat is tofu, quinoa and salad. It also means you get to eat oozing poached eggs, cheesy sauces, crunchy fried potatoes, and EVERYTHING EXCEPT MEAT. We all know that most meat is just a vehicle for soaking up other flavors, but guess what can also do that? The grains, starches and vegetables that comprise most of the vegetarian diet. Below we’ve collected just a smidgeon of our very favorite vegetarian foods that EVERYONE can appreciate. Let’s see how many carnivores we can convert to the green side … Want to read more from HuffPost Taste? Follow us on Twitter , Facebook , Pinterest and Tumblr . 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Obama actually encouraged the states to strengthen their work requirements. Also, of course, welfare is not the same as food stamps. As for food stamps, more than 72% of all SNAP beneficiaries are families with children. Most of the recipients are children (48%), the elderly (8%) and the disabled. Less than 10% of food stamp recipients receive welfare payments. “John in WNY” wrote, “Yes, many do work, but many of them make sure they never make enough to lose their benefits …” Again, the facts refute the assumption. SNAP has strict time limits for unemployed workers: Able-bodied adults without children can only get three months worth of food stamps in a three-year period , unless working in a qualifying job training program. And how much are the benefits, anyway? The average monthly SNAP benefit per person is $133.85, or less than $1.50 per person per meal. Those benefits are low, and for many families, SNAP benefits don’t last the whole month. Why do we need to support the food stamp program?