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Tucson steakhouse launches ghost kitchen for rapper Wiz Khalifa | Caliente

“One of the big challenges a lot of operators face during the pandemic is they were not set up for delivery, or their food does not deliver well and those restaurants are in big trouble,” said Nextbite CEO Geoff Madding, who said the virtual kitchens are given the recipes and are responsible for providing the ingredients; the restaurant and Nextbite then split the profits. “We give them a whole lot of brands and the cool thing about the model is it allows them to do what they are already doing but they don’t have to create a new brand or create something specifically for delivery. It allows that restaurant to do what they are already doing.”

Garrett’s Family Steakhouse, 9431 E. 22nd St., is the first restaurant in Arizona to join Nextbite’s virtual restaurant program, which is in major cities across the country including Los Angeles, San Diego, Pittsburgh, Chicago

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TB12 Launches “Performance Meals” in Collaboration with The Good Kitchen

BOSTON, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TB12, the health and wellness brand co-founded by six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady and business partner Alex Guerrero, announces today an exclusive new line of healthy and convenient prepared meals in partnership with fast-growing subscription and delivery meal service, The Good Kitchen. Adhering to TB12’s nutritional philosophy, each Performance Meal contains an optimal balance of plant-based whole foods and sustainably-sourced protein.

TB12 Launches “Performance Meals” in Collaboration with The Good Kitchen.

“When it comes to meal planning, our clients often feel as though a tradeoff exists between taste, convenience and nutrition,” said John Burns, CEO of TB12. “Our new line of Performance Meals created in collaboration with The Good Kitchen taste great and are ready to eat in under five minutes, making them an easy way for anyone to get the right fuel that their body needs.” 

TB12’s Performance Meals

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Kroger launches ghost kitchen delivery in Midwest

America’s largest grocery retailer is getting in on the food delivery wars.

Kroger announced Thursday it will roll out two ghost kitchens at grocery stores in Indianapolis and Columbus, Ohio, in partnership with ClusterTruck, a tech start-up that operates delivery-only restaurants.

Kroger launches on-premise ghost kitchens in partnership with Midwest start-up ClusterTruck. The first location opens today in Fishers, Indiana. (Kroger). 

The supermarket chain said the ghost kitchens — cooking spaces that serve food on a pick-up or delivery-only basis — will cook up a variety of freshly prepared meals on-demand with no service or delivery fees to cater to the ongoing need for food delivery during the pandemic.

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Kroger piloted a ghost kitchen with ClusterTruck in 2019 before the pandemic. However, with dining rooms

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Realme launches a ton of smart home products

Realme SLED 4K TV

  • Realme has launched a ton of products in India today.
  • These include a SLED 4K TV, a soundbar, and the Realme 7i.
  • Other announcements include a vegan leather Realme 7 Pro and new audio products.

Realme has drawn inspiration from the likes of Huawei, Samsung, and Xiaomi for its overall product strategy, quickly expanding its presence in the smart home and IoT space. Now, the company has announced a ton of gadgets in this regard in India.

The most expensive device on the list is the 55-inch Realme Smart TV SLED 4K, coming in at Rs 42,999 (~$587) or Rs 39,999 (~$546) as a special offer. This is marketed as the world’s first SLED 4K smart TV, with SLED touted by Realme as an alternative to QLED technology.

The brand previously claimed that SLED tech makes use of a white backlight formed from RGB colors as opposed to traditional LED

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Buydeem Launches Award-Winning Line of Sleek Kitchen Products in the US

NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Buydeem has announced the launch of its award-winning line of multi-functional and beautifully designed kitchen products in the US, bringing nearly two decades of experience in Asia to American homes for the first time.

Buydeem’s flagship product is the multi-functional glass Kettle Cooker, which can be used to boil water but also make stew, rice, yogurt, and more. The Kettle Cooker has long been #1 in its category on Tmall, China’s premier high-end eCommerce portal owned by Alibaba. With its friendly design and superb quality, it is a popular and perfect addition to any home.

On the heels of the Kettle Cooker’s success in China, Japan, and South Korea, Buydeem quickly expanded its product line to include a mid-century-inspired 4-slice toaster, a classic enameled cast-iron Dutch oven, a sleek food steamer, and an instant hot water boiler

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Owner of Vienna in Roslyn launches Uncle Steve’s House of BBQ ghost kitchen

When we look back at 2020, the restaurants that launched this year may have wildly divergent origin stories. For Uncle Steve’s House of BBQ in Roslyn, that tale might begin with “It was a dark and stormy night …”

That would be the night owner Matt Prince raced around the darkened roads of Roslyn in a Jeep Wrangler delivering brisket during Uncle Steve’s first night in business as a so-called ghost kitchen.

Prince’s other business at 1 Railroad Avenue, Vienna of Roslyn, had been thriving when lockdown arrived in mid-March. In bat of an eye, events hit a hard stop. After reassessing his choices — and as takeout and delivery gained steam as a survival tactic for other restaurants — Prince realized that what might be missing in his immediate surrounds was a delivery-focused barbecue spot. Around that time, a culinary consultant Prince had worked with, chef Matthew Birnbaum, reached

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Fat Noodle launches burgers and fries ‘ghost’ kitchen | Business News



Ramon Gonzales, operating owner of Fat Noodle, prepares an order of burgers and fries at the restaurant. Gonzales has launched a ghost kitchen out of the restaurant called Rae’s Classics Burgers, Fries and Pies.




The mother-son team behind Tucson’s Fat Noodle ramen shop knows firsthand how unkind COVID-19 has been to independent restaurants.

For months now, they have sat in their Tucson Mall area restaurant watching traffic along North First Avenue and East Wetmore Drive pass in front of their 2-year-old restaurant.

Then Linda and Ramon Gonzales had an idea: What if they reinvented themselves, offered something a little more portable to fit into our carryout-friendly COVID world?

Relaunching their restaurant, tucked into the first floor of the Seasons student housing complex at 811 E. Wetmore Road, was cost-prohibitive. And besides, Ramon Gonzales’s noodles had a large following going back to 2011

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Ex-footballer Joe Cole launches new NHS hospital garden

Garden

image captionThe garden is designed to allow staff and patients to “rest, reflect and recuperate”

Former England footballer Joe Cole has launched a garden designed to promote well-being at a hospital.

Located at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, the garden is planned to be the first of several in the country.

The aim is to allow staff, patients and visitors to “connect with nature” and “rest, reflect and recuperate”.

The project is being supported by Mr Cole and his wife Carly’s 11 Foundation, which works with charities on community initiatives.

Mr Cole played for West Ham United, Chelsea and Liverpool and won 56 caps for England.

image captionCarly Cole said they were particularly keen to work with inner city hospitals

He said: “I’m a big believer in the power of nature, even more so when we were all cooped up, for

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Ex-White House aide launches ads aimed at getting mothers to vote for Trump

The ad begins with a mother putting her child to bed and watching footage of riots on her cellphone before falling asleep herself and dreaming that Biden and a Democratic Congress have made massive cuts to police funding. Over footage of a protester smashing the window of a minivan with the mother and her child inside, a narrator warns: “They’ll defund police. They’ll disarm you. Don’t let this nightmare come true.”

The effort comes as Trump has seized on a law-and-order message to try to win back the suburban white women who abandoned Republicans in 2018. With national and several battleground state polls showing Trump trailing or tied with Biden, the president in recent weeks has sought to turn public safety into a top campaign issue as some protests against police brutality and racism have turned violent.

“Moms for Safe Neighborhoods came together because a group of concerned mothers saw

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