By Claire Walter on April 13, 2014
Inspired and inspiring indoor farm & more in Denver’s Elyria-Swansea. Urban food deserts don’t get much drier than Elyria-Swansea, a northeast Denver neighborhood whose lyrical name belies an impoverished, industrialized area. It is chopped up by railroad tracks and freeways with much marginal housing occupied primarily by Latinos with language, education and poverty hurdles that seem insurmountable. The most […]
By Claire Walter on March 14, 2014
Such food and beverage producing businesses as wine-making, brewing, coffee roasting or making artisanal foods in Colorado and elsewhere in the Rocky Mountain region are covered in an online publishing group under the umbrella of Company Week.
By Claire Walter on January 30, 2014
Rosenberg’s NY-style bagels opening in Five Points Anyone who has lived within shopping distance of New York’s legendary H&H Bagels (or in Aspen where they were flown in daily for a now-closed place called the Oy Vey Cafe) knows what a high taste-and-texture bar is set by top bagel bakeries. Now comes word that Rosenberg’s […]
By Claire Walter on May 25, 2013
Organic foods e-retailer supports suppliers with a new cash-flow model Door to Door Organics has become one of the nation’s leading e-grocers with delivery into nine states, but with an eight-year history that began in Lafayette, its roots are deep in Colorado soil, where it has cemented strong relationships with the state’s farmers. Door to Door […]
By Claire Walter on February 27, 2013
Old Major, a new gastropub in Denver’s Highland, is chef Justin Brunson’s latest restauant endeavor. The slogan is “seafood, swine and wine” — and the adjective “fine” could be attached to each.
By Claire Walter on February 13, 2013
The Denver Bacon Company’s artisan maple slab bacon has recently been making its way onto Colorado restaurant menus and into specialty store meat counters. It was one of just eleven bacon companies in the country chosen to participate in the 6th Annual Iowa Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival on February 9. Some 450 pounds of DBC bacon were sampled and reportedly received raves from nearly 8,000 attendees who showed up at the state fairgrounds in Des Moines to taste some of the nation’s best bacon brands.
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