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5 Valentine’s Day Gifts for Gem & Jewel Aficionados

According to the National Retail Federation, among the estimated $19.6 billion Valentine’s Day consumer spending last year alone (courtesy of more than half of United States adults celebrating the occasion), $4.7 billion of that is earmarked specifically for the jewelry category. It’s clear that our collective adoration for adornments is serving the retail channel well, […]

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MyRegistry Revolutionizing the Wedding Registry Process

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Creating a wedding registry is probably (okay, definitely), one of the most fun aspects of wedding planning. But, with so many registry options out there and amid a diversity of needs and wants, it can be hard to narrow it down to just one. For example, you may want kitchen appliances from a big box […]

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5 Digital Diet Solutions for New Year Slimdown Success

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With the 2019 CES show having debuted multiple diet-focused consumer technologies, including devices that analyze the gases in people’s breath to uncover what diet improvements would be helpful for them, there is much ado about progressive digital solutions fostering slimdown success this New Year and beyond. With that in mind, here’s a roundup of five […]

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Americans Gain Easier & Expanded Access to Premium Dutch Cheeses

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Cheese-loving turophiles and wine-loving oenophiles can rejoice amid the recent announcement that global dairy giant Dutch Royal FrieslandCampina N.V., among the largest dairy companies in the world, has acquired U.S. based importer and marketer Jana Foods. While this development is certainly a boon for both companies and represents forward momentum of FrieslandCampina’s reported investment growth […]

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Original Soupman Reinforces NYC Roots, Delighting Locals, Travelers

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New York, N.Y. Ever since the phrase “No Soup For You!” was coined on the NBC sitcom “Seinfeld” back in the mid 90’s, The Original Soupman has endured not only as a cultural icon, but a culinary one as well. Over two decades later, this New York City-born food brand has again turned its attentions […]

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Garden Lites Celebrates Fresh Culinary Approach with New Line

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New York, N.Y. Amid the imminent New Year as throngs will collectively commit to eating more nutritiously, whether as part of a weight-loss resolution endeavor or to enjoy a healthier lifestyle overall, one company—Garden Lites—has set its sights on helping folks achieve those goals—one tasty veggie at a time. This decidedly plant-forward firm is downright […]

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Inspired Innovations Exemplifying Hot Tech Trends

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A fresh New Year is upon us, and with it comes an array of innovations across multiple consumer product categories and sectors—from audio to beauty, fashion and self-care to security-minded hardware to killer kitchenware—and much in between. With reports citing that 2019 will be a pivotal year for consumer technology, here’s a look at some […]

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Last Minute Holiday Gifts, Gets & Getaways

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As much as holiday shopping is a thrill-filled function, it can also overwhelm amid the glut of retail marketing messages asserting deals, steals and grand gifting opportunities galore. With so much to choose from, here’s a short list of a few tried-and-true gifts, gets and getaways that are well-suited for a holiday spending spree. ***** […]

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