P.J. Whelihan’s Pub & Restaurant in Dauphin County is hiring for 80 positions as it prepares to open

Torri Donley

P.J. Whelihan’s Restaurant & Pub in Susquehanna Township is back on track.



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The doors of the restaurant at 3882 Union Deposit Road are scheduled to open as early as the week of October 26. The company said it is filling 80 year-round positions for front and back of the house, including servers, hosts and line cooks.

Last year, the chain’s owner, P.J.W. Restaurant Group, announced it was bringing the restaurant to the former TGI Friday’s at Dauphin Plaza. It expected to open in early 2020 but the coronavirus pandemic pushed back the opening.

Jim Fris, the chain’s chief executive officer, said last year the chain is gradually moving west in Pennsylvania. It opened a restaurant in Chester County in 2010 and has added several more in the county followed by restaurants in Reading

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Press Release: Bluebox and dnata catering Australia forge partnership

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Press Release hub banner blue with title in red white and blueBluebox Aviation Systems and dnata catering Australia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop and market offerings based on the deployment of Bluebox wireless in-flight entertainment (IFE) solutions across Australia, New Zealand and a number of other Pacific Ocean territories.

The companies will support each other in product customisation and processes for delivering joint solutions to customers in the region.

“COVID-19 has changed the landscape for in-flight catering and logistics, and by partnering with Bluebox we’ll be able to help our customers mitigate some of the restrictions required in this new touch-free world. This means allowing airlines to minimise contact and dialogue between passengers and cabin crew but still delivering an excellent service and a full range of food, drinks and retail goods that are such an essential part of the ancillary revenue income for many airlines,” said Duncan Greeney, General Manager Retail, dnata catering.

“Aiming to appear seamless

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N.O. Bar and restaurant owners rejoice as people drink & eat

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Victory’s biggest challenge is making sure people were aware that New Orleans bars close no later than 11 p.m. under the city’s Phase 3.1 guidelines.

NEW ORLEANS — Bar and restaurant owners said they were pleased to see foot traffic after many of them were closed or had their businesses capacity limited by local and state mandates to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Saturday marked the first day New Orleans city leaders moved into Phase 3.1, a modified gradual move into Phase 3 that the rest of Louisiana has already implemented.

Tourists from Mississippi, Texas and elsewhere lined Bourbon Street waiting for their chance to get a to-go drink, something made available again for the first time on Saturday.

“Thank God that it came out 3.1 was starting,” Daniel Victory who owns Victory Nola in the Central Business District said.

Victory Nola has been closed because of the pandemic.

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Importance of traceability infrastructure in the food supply chain

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Food safety as a concern has become an important topic of discussion across the world. Consumer awareness and demand has propelled many nations to adopt a systematic regulatory framework to make supply of food, food handling, and procurement safer.

Agriculture has seen much advancement in recent times to make food sustainable, safe, and viable while delivering high quality produce. Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and Maximum Residue Limits (MRL) are two factors that ensure food that is consumed is not contaminated.

Additionally, to add accountability, farmers are made completely responsible for their produce. In most developed countries, maintaining GAP and MRL is a norm that is strictly adhered too.



In India, post-independence, the concern was more around food security rather than food safety. The aggressive export of the country’s natural produce left India in a severe food deficit situation, which was especially surprising considering that agriculture was the leading occupation.

This

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Restaurants and pubs without outdoor catering to be told to shut down across the country

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Restaurants and pubs without outdoor catering facilities are set to close as all of Ireland moves into Level Three of the Living with COVID strategy.

On Sunday evening, it emerged that the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) advised the Government to implement Level Five restrictions throughout the entire country in response to the rising COVID-19 infection rate.

However, the Government is likely to reject the NPHET recommendation, instead moving every county to Level Three restrictions.



a man standing in front of a window: Restaurants and pubs without outdoor catering facilities are set to close from midnight on Monday, as all of Ireland moves into Level Three of the Living with COVID strategy.Pic: Shutterstock


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Restaurants and pubs without outdoor catering facilities are set to close from midnight on Monday, as all of Ireland moves into Level Three of the Living with COVID strategy.Pic: Shutterstock

While many will breathe a sigh of relief at this news, as Level Three allows home visits, outdoor dining and sporting events to continue, many business owners and workers in the hospitality industry are facing a

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Remote Auditing For Food Safety Verification

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Digitizing expert advice and services is more important than ever, with this phenomenon innovating practices in the food industry. Verifying that food safety practices are being held to the highest standards is integral to the global food system and human health. And while food safety relies on straightforward principles, its verification requires a complex system of specialists and auditors to ensure processes are practiced consistently and appropriately to mitigate risks of microbial or chemical contamination. With Covid-19 curbing travel and in-person interaction, physical audits of food production environments have been challenged.

Certification bodies, like GlobalG.A.P. and trade associations like United Fresh, are working with their members to navigate meeting food safety verification needs while keeping auditors and personnel safe. And even though auditing is more difficult now, physical visits are still occurring. 

“In the United States, the vast

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Indian Cooking Tips: These Quick And Easy Corn Kebabs Can Be Your Favourite Tea-Time Snack

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Corn (or bhutta) is a popular snack during the monsoon season in India.

Highlights

  • Corn is a cereal grain that is super versatile
  • Corn (bhutta) is a common snack during monsoon season in India
  • Here’s how you can make yummy kebabs with corn

Doesn’t a get-together seem incomplete without some scrumptious kebabs on the platter? Teamed with some zesty pudina chutney and some lemon and onion rings on the side, kebabs are perhaps the perfect party starter anywhere. Mostly referred to meaty treats cooked in a tandoor or over a tawa, kebabs require a whole lot of spices to marinade and cooked up till the perfect texture. And then there is this whole variety of kebabs that includes hariyali, galouti, kakori, Afghani or tangdi and so on that never fails to impress us.

But then, kebabs go beyond just meaty delights to a string of scrumptious vegetarian options which are

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New Range of Nutritional Energy Drinks and Protein Bars for Casual and Professional Gamers and ESport Athletes launched on Indiegogo

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The ESports Nutritional (ESN) Energy Product Range is Created Specifically to Provide Professional and Casual Gamers with Healthy Alternatives to Sugary Sodas and Unhealthy Junk food Diets.

Professional gamers and ESport athletes are notorious for spending 12 or more hours in one spot, playing various games. Even tournaments are known to go on for hours. Often, gamers will turn towards fatty junk foods because they are high in sugar and give an energy burst that helps them fuel.

Another reason gamers turn eating junk food is that they’re looking for something quick and filling to eat before they go on their next adventure in the gaming world. In such instances, junk food options are usually the only alternative that they turn to. 

However, ESN introduces a range of nutritional products that can do all that but in a healthier manner. Their patented HAX formula is developed to help improve cognitive

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The Best Food Storage Containers, According To Glowing Online Reviews

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Whether you’re saving your dinner leftovers, preparing ingredients for tomorrow’s lunch or just looking for a more aesthetically pleasing way to store dry ingredients or produce, you’ll need a reliable food storage option. But with all the choices on the market, the best food storage containers for your needs aren’t always the easiest to come by. 

Start by pinpointing your kitchen habits and priorities. Are you someone who regularly microwaves your leftovers? A glass storage option might be a smarter choice than plastic. And if budget is more important to you, there are plenty of durable, easy-to-clean plastic food storage choices available. 

Eco-friendly options like muslin bags or beeswax, both of which help to preserve your food’s freshness, are also worth considering. These alternatives may be pricier up front, but since you won’t be buying plastic wrap and baggies, it may be worth the investment — especially if reusability

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4 Pet Stocks Catering to Stay-at-Home Trends

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It took a moment, but investors figured out that pet stocks should be a beneficiary of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Indeed, the ProShares Pet Care ETF (BATS:PAWZ) has rallied 35% so far this year. It’s soared 91% from March lows. The gains make some sense.

After all, amid “stay at home” orders, pet adoption increased worldwide. In fact, many U.S. animal shelters were emptied. But the industry has more than just a short-term tailwind behind it.

Pet ownership has been growing for years. But, importantly, so has spending per pet. The “humanization” of pets, as pet food manufacturer Blue Buffalo memorably termed it, has been going on for years. Each year, pets get better food, better medicine, and improved veterinary care. Pet spending didn’t decline even during the Great Recession.

As a result, major investors have targeted the

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