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    How eight tech companies attract and retain top talent

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    How eight tech companies attract and retain top talent

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    33 Employee engagement ideas for the summer

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    33 Employee engagement ideas for the summer

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    Team building with food

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    Team building with food

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    The benefits of customer advocacy (for the brand AND its advocates)

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    The benefits of customer advocacy (for the brand AND its advocates)

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    How eight tech companies attract and retain top talent

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    How eight tech companies attract and retain top talent

    As an avid Foodee-blog reader, you may have noticed our past posts on the importance of organizational culture and team building with food. That’s because we’re diving deep into company culture and ways to improve it, especially by bringing food into the mix. We discussed how corporate culture is a set of shared beliefs, characteristics, … Continue reading How eight tech companies attract and retain top talent

    Inside the Kitchen: Balila Taste Kitchen

    VANCOUVER

    Inside the Kitchen: Balila Taste Kitchen

    Balila Taste Kitchen is a Mediterranean cuisine delight. Lovers of chickpeas and middle eastern food can rejoice in this tapas-style restaurant. The Restaurant Owners Waleed and Mazen Sukkarie opened Balila in February 2018. Their goal was to create a restaurant space that was inviting and promoted an atmosphere of openness, warmth, and good fun. Today, it … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Balila Taste Kitchen

    33 Employee engagement ideas for the summer

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    33 Employee engagement ideas for the summer

    Did you know that only 29 percent of the workforce is engaged? Plus, 26 percent are actively disengaged. But, you’re in luck, because summer offers so many outdoor activities and perfect opportunities to reconnect, socialize with and engage with your workforce. Perhaps you’ll even attract great new talent in the meantime by sharing your summer … Continue reading 33 Employee engagement ideas for the summer

    Inside the Kitchen: Peaked Pies

    VANCOUVER

    Inside the Kitchen: Peaked Pies

    As North Americans, when we think of pie, we think of a good, wholesome slice of apple, blueberry, or pumpkin. Australians, however, have discovered that pies don’t have to taste sweet to be sweet. Thanks to Peaked Pies, we all can discover the rich, savory side to pie.  The Restaurant Whistler, British Columbia is home … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Peaked Pies

    7 healthy office snack delivery ideas

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    7 healthy office snack delivery ideas

    We’ve all been here: bored, stressed out, procrastinating or multitasking at work with one hand in a snack bowl. Binge snacking and barely moving for hours are helping add to poor health and obesity in North American workers. Add that to the fact that Millennial workers are more likely to get free food in the … Continue reading 7 healthy office snack delivery ideas

    Inside the Kitchen: Namaste Cafe

    MINNEAPOLIS

    Inside the Kitchen: Namaste Cafe

    Across South Asia, the term “Namaste” translates into “I honor the divine in you.” In Minneapolis, Minnesota, Namaste Café has made it its mission to do exactly that. Each customer that walks into the restaurant is made to feel respected, at home, and pleasantly full from the delicious South-Asian inspired cuisine. The Restaurant Namaste Café … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Namaste Cafe

    Team building with food

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    Team building with food

    As we discussed in a previous blog on “the importance of organizational culture,” people are a key component to great corporate culture. But those people are of no help to a company’s culture if they can’t learn to communicate, collaborate and cooperate in a healthy work environment. Being able to work together as a team … Continue reading Team building with food

    Inside the Kitchen: Cazba Restaurant

    VANCOUVER

    Inside the Kitchen: Cazba Restaurant

    Vancouver is home to a vibrant Iranian population, which means that the delicious, meticulously prepared cuisine of the Iranian people is never far off. Cue Cazba: the restaurant that cooks traditional Iranian cuisine with a modern flare. The Restaurant Cazba opened 30 years ago in North Vancouver. The owner’s inspiration to open Cazba was due … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Cazba Restaurant

    The benefits of customer advocacy (for the brand AND its advocates)

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    The benefits of customer advocacy (for the brand AND its advocates)

    We’ve seen hundreds of blog posts over the last several years that highlight the benefits of customer advocacy for businesses and tips on how to do it well. This isn’t that kind of post. Today we’re looking at what’s in it for the brand advocates and/or consumers themselves. We already know that customer advocacy has … Continue reading The benefits of customer advocacy (for the brand AND its advocates)

    Inside the Kitchen: Empanada Papa

    VANCOUVER

    Inside the Kitchen: Empanada Papa

    Have you ever tried an empanada? Living in Vancouver, where Latin American infusion is limited, the answer to that is probably not. Now, should you try an empanada? The answer to that question is certainly, most definitely, and without a shadow of a doubt, yes. Do not fear: Empanada Papa is the answer to your … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Empanada Papa

    The importance of organizational culture

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    The importance of organizational culture

    Before we dive into the importance of organizational culture (or corporate culture), let’s get on the same page by defining it. Culture, as we all know, is a set of beliefs, characteristics, values, practices, and traits shared among people in a certain time and place. Corporate culture is no different. It defines the very nature of … Continue reading The importance of organizational culture

    Inside the Kitchen: Shamane’s Bake Shoppe

    BOULDER

    Inside the Kitchen: Shamane’s Bake Shoppe

    Shamane’s Bake Shoppe, located in Boulder, Colorado, is a one-stop establishment that pleases all your food cravings. Whether you’re looking to indulge in something savory, or perhaps satisfy that sweet tooth, Shamane’s variety of baked goods and comfort food never ceases to amaze. Shamane Simons grew up with a passion for cooking and baking. Back … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Shamane’s Bake Shoppe

    BBQ catering for the perfect summer office party

    AUSTIN ,FOODEE HQ

    BBQ catering for the perfect summer office party

    Summer is in full swing and everyone in the office is looking for excuses to get outside. What better time to throw a super-low-maintenance BBQ party with your team in the park, at the beach, or even in your office parking lot? I’m talking about BBQ catering. It’s a thing. And it’s mouth-wateringly delicious with … Continue reading BBQ catering for the perfect summer office party

    Inside the Kitchen: Greenhouse Juice Co.

    TORONTO

    Inside the Kitchen: Greenhouse Juice Co.

    With its cold-pressed, made in-house, 100% organic juices, Greenhouse Juice Co. has elevated the juicery business to an entirely different level. The Greenhouse success story can be explained by a number of factors: savvy business owners, an admirable company mission, and of course, juices that taste as good as they make you feel. The Restaurant … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Greenhouse Juice Co.

    Canada Day Food Ideas for the Best Office Party Yet

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    Canada Day Food Ideas for the Best Office Party Yet

    Sometimes the best parties are those that are planned in a last-minute rush or happen totally organically. Regardless of what kind of office celebration you’re hosting this Canada Day, we can help you in the patriotic food department. This post is a collection of the most classic, stereotypically Canadian food ideas that are perfect for … Continue reading Canada Day Food Ideas for the Best Office Party Yet

    Inside the Kitchen: Uncommon Cafe

    VANCOUVER

    Inside the Kitchen: Uncommon Cafe

    The Uncommon Café is just that: uncommon. A rare gem located in Vancouver’s Japantown district, the homey, unpretentious café creates dishes that are equal parts tasty and Instagram worthy. With their selection of drool-worthy sandwiches, freshly baked pastries, and an assortment of beverages, customers are guaranteed to leave feeling beyond content. The Restaurant Uncommon Café … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Uncommon Cafe

    Why you should eat breakfast for dinner

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    Why you should eat breakfast for dinner

    As you do on vacation, I threw my daily routine to the wind this last month while tromping around in France. I woke up when I wanted, had wine with lunch and ate Spanish tortillas (basically a fancy omelet) and French crepes for dinner. Which got me thinking about brinner—the cultural phenomenon that is quite … Continue reading Why you should eat breakfast for dinner

    Inside the Kitchen: Lazo Empanadas

    DENVER

    Inside the Kitchen: Lazo Empanadas

    Lazo Empanadas has been feeding downtown Colorado with delicious empanadas since 2016. Inspired by the owner’s Argentinian roots, the empanadas are perfectly cooked and baked with love. The Restaurant Lazo Empanadas started in 2016 by founder and CEO Francois Saber after he noticed that empanadas were becoming trendy and there was a gap in the … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Lazo Empanadas

    Why are farmer’s markets so popular in North America?

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    Why are farmer’s markets so popular in North America?

    Did you know that farmers who sell locally create 13 full-time jobs per one million in revenue—versus 3 jobs for those who don’t sell locally? Not only do farmers markets stimulate local economies, they also preserve farmlands that would have been lost to development, increase people’s access to local food and support healthier communities. It’s … Continue reading Why are farmer’s markets so popular in North America?

    Inside the Kitchen: Waterloo Ice House

    AUSTIN

    Inside the Kitchen: Waterloo Ice House

    Austin’s food scene would not be complete without mentioning the restaurant staple that is Waterloo Ice House. Together with its warm and upbeat environment, excellent customer service, and of course, mouth-wateringly delicious food, Waterloo Ice House has successfully combined all of the elements that make a restaurant truly phenomenal. The Restaurant The first Waterloo Ice … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Waterloo Ice House

    The good (and bad) news about juice cleanses

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    The good (and bad) news about juice cleanses

    It’s officially swimsuit season and some of us aren’t feeling ready to flaunt our winter curves on the beach. For many of us, getting back to our beach bods means pulling out the bicycle, eating more fruits and vegetables and less heavy carbs, and hitting the gym. We might also be curious about just how … Continue reading The good (and bad) news about juice cleanses

    Inside the Kitchen: Kesos Taco House

    AUSTIN

    Inside the Kitchen: Kesos Taco House

    Located in downtown Austin, Kesos Taco House is known for their delicious Mexican food and their wide assortment of tacos topped with their famous queso. The Restaurant Jhonatan Aldama started Kesos Taco House after dreaming of starting his own business. After a lot of brainstorming through college about what his restaurant would offer, Jhonatan decided … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Kesos Taco House

    Doughnuts, World War I and The Great Depression

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    Doughnuts, World War I and The Great Depression

    First off, Happy National Doughnut Day! Hopefully, you’re celebrating today the modern way, chewing on a free and delicious doughy treat covered in chocolate, sprinkles or some combination of mouth-watering flavours. These holy treats have been raising spirits and signifying happier times for a very long time. Since World War I, to be exact. Before … Continue reading Doughnuts, World War I and The Great Depression

    Inside the Kitchen: Chickpea

    VANCOUVER

    Inside the Kitchen: Chickpea

    Inspired by the owners’ Mediterranean roots, Chickpea serves delicious and healthy food prepared with love in the heart of Vancouver. The Restaurant Good food has always been an essential part of the owners’ lives. Both men are originally from Israel and their heritage is reflected in the flavours of their food. Rotem left home in … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: Chickpea

    Tips & Tricks to following the Mediterranean Diet

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    Tips & Tricks to following the Mediterranean Diet

    Back in the 1950s, an American scientist noticed that people in the poorest areas and smallest towns of southern Italy were generally healthier than the richest people in New York at the time. This is when the nutritional value of the Mediterranean diet was discovered—and our very first “Food Pyramid” was created. But we didn’t … Continue reading Tips & Tricks to following the Mediterranean Diet

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