Posts Tagged ‘food’

Dallas Innovates 2018:
Creators to Watch

Posted by Jessica Elliott

The list of our accolades in Dallas-Fort Worth is lengthy. We’ve selected a short list of creators you need to know — right now.

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NAMELESS CHEFS
When a group of chefs — from newcomers to known names — wanted

Taste Community Restaurant: Pay-What-You-Can Concept Opens in Fort Worth

Posted by Jewels Clark

The long-awaited Taste Community Restaurant has opened its doors for business at 1200 S. Main St. in Fort Worth, serving customers with a pay-what-you-can model.

We reported in June that the healthy and nutritious restaurant was on the way, with …

Take a Trip to Texas’ Future with The Edge of Texas This Fall

Posted by Chloe Bennett

In November, a two-day celebration of Texas’ future called The Edge of Texas will take place in downtown Dallas, and tickets have just gone on sale.

Produced by Texas Monthly and presented by VisitDallas, the inaugural event begins Nov. …

Anonymous Chefs Cooking Up Creativity in Dallas

Posted by Chloe Bennett

A mysterious chef collective is supplying Dallas with unrestricted pop-up dinners in the name of food and creativity. 

Nameless Chefs is comprised of a few of Dallas’ best food creatives, but some claim anonymity. 

Conceived out of the lack of …

New Markets to Ease
South Dallas Food Desert

Posted by Lance Murray

Two announcements this week could help dry up the food desert in South Dallas.

On Wednesday, the Dallas City Council voted to give Bonton Farms a $100,000 grant to help its planned market and cafe. Earlier this week, word came …

Food Accessibility: Under-served Areas of Dallas Targeted

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

The crusade to bring healthy, nutritious food to under-served areas of Dallas has come a long way in five years.

“When I started talking about community assistance, I literally got blank looks from others in the nonprofit world,” said Susie …

Flux’s Artificial Intelligence Puts Farming in the Cloud

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

THE DALLAS-BASED STARTUP ALLOWS HYDROPONIC GARDENING TO FLOURISH INDOORS AND OUT


After millennia of watching the stars, reading almanacs, and trusting your gut, farmers can now turn to the Internet of Things for their agricultural advice. Dallas-based software startup …

Redstone Foods Finds Sweet Success in DFW’s Accessibility

Posted by Vanessa McGrady

In the 1960s, Herman Rothstein started selling candy out of his car. Within six years, his business outgrew his car, moved into a warehouse, and transformed into the candy distribution company, Redstone Foods.

Today, the Carrollton-based company supplies shops all …

3 Things We’re Reading: Jamba Juice’s HQ is Frisco Bound

Posted by Lance Murray

JAMBA JUICE’S BIG MOVE; GROOVE JONES FOR REAL; AMERICAN’S IN-FLIGHT CUISINE


Every day, we journey around the web in search of interesting, profound, and important stories about innovation, creativity, and educational subjects. Here’s what we found today.

Jamba Inc., the

Student Startups: App Aims to End Food Waste, Feed Families

Posted by Maggie Barton

FRIDGELY FOUNDER RAISING FUNDS TO IMPROVE, HELP FEED FAMILIES


Justin Ehlert, founder of Fridgely, is sick of wasting food.

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The Fridgely app helps you know when food is about to expire. (Photos courtesy Fridgely)

The Fridgely app is a food