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Star Micronics demonstrates latest Cloud Receipt, Order and Food Label Printing Solutions at Restaurant & Bar Tech Live 2022

High Wycombe, UK, 17 October 2022 At Restaurant & Bar Tech Live 2022 (19 – 20 October 2022, ExCel, London), international POS solutions provider Star Micronics will be exhibiting its latest solutions for hospitality POS, mobile ordering, food labelling and self-service kiosk applications. These will be demonstrated with a range of key hospitality payment and… Read More »

Food Plants on Fire

We’re living in an unprecedented time when strange happenings continue to occur in quick succession. In March 2021, a massive container ship became wedged across the Suez Canal in Egypt — blocking “an artery of world trade,” triggering a rise in oil prices and leading to fallout that affected shipping around the globe.1 Now, war… Read More »

Why Food Prices Are Expected to Skyrocket

In the featured video, “Breaking Points” cohosts Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti discuss one of the greatest threats currently facing the people of the world, namely food shortages and skyrocketing food prices. According to a recent NPR report,1 the global food price index hit its highest recorded level in March 2022, rising 12.6% in a… Read More »

Bill Gates Secretly Dictates Global Food Policy Too

This article was previously published August 21, 2020, and has been updated with new information. Bill Gates has built a global empire around his technologies and “philanthropic” endeavors, the magnitude of which is now becoming increasingly clear. His sheer wealth has allowed him to become a veritable superpower in his own right. He’s not only… Read More »

Good Food Versus Bad Food: Why You Should Stop Labeling Foods This Way

Some foods are good and some foods are bad, right?  It honestly sounds like a fact at this point — we label some foods good, and some foods bad. We’ve heard food labeled in this way from health practitioners, social media influencers, parents, friends, and coworkers alike. While they may be well-intentioned in their statements… Read More »