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Drivers at the food delivery startup Imperfect Foods in San Francisco have voted to unionize, the local United Food and Commercial Workers union announced Friday.

The 80 eligible employees voted 28 to 23 to join the United Food & Commercial Workers international union, according to Bloomberg.

The company, which delivers boxes of “ugly” produce that it claims would otherwise go unused via a subscription service, plans to challenge the results, a spokesperson told The Hill.

The group of Imperfect Foods employees in Northern California started organizing last year seeking better pay, access to health care and worker protections.


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Food prices across Lebanon are soaring as the country goes through its worst economic crisis in decades.

Many Muslim families in Lebanon are struggling to afford iftar, the evening meal which breaks the daily fast during the holy month of Ramadan, as food prices soar amid the country’s worst economic crisis in decades.

“Prices are insane and they have gone up even more during Ramadan … a plate of salad will cost six times more this year,” Beirut resident Um Ahmed told Al Jazeera.

“What do we do? Do we beg? We are not used to begging.”

Al Jazeera’s Zeina

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  • Chrissy Teigen helped her mom, Pepper Teigen, turn her Thai recipes into a cookbook.
  • As an adult, Chrissy loves Pepper’s recipes, but as a child, she was embarrassed by them.
  • Pepper told Insider that now the two cook and eat her Thai food together with the whole family. 

Best-selling cookbook author Chrissy Teigen urged her mother, Vilailuck “Pepper” Teigen, to write a cookbook of her own. The home-cooking icon had included some of her mother’s recipes in both of her “Cravings” books, but now, as she wrote in the foreword for “The Pepper Thai Cookbook,” she

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When the pandemic began, Kim Foster knew food scarcity was going to become an issue. The James Beard award-winning author decided to help in the way she was most familiar: helping to feed the community.

“I ran a food pantry and fridge on the curb in front of our house in Las Vegas,” Foster, who is writing a book about her experience, told TODAY Food.

She said the idea started as a way to circulate resources and share items people purchased and did not use.

“So, you might have a lot of rice, but need pasta or toilet paper,” she

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PARCHMENT, MI — Have you been wondering where you can get some delicious Southern cooking in the Kalamazoo area?

Look no further than Parchment, where Josie’s Southern Comfort Food will have you leaving their restaurant with a happy belly and smile on your face.

Whether its the Southern rib tips, some delicious baked mac n’ cheese or, for those with a sweet tooth, some of their caramel cake made from scratch, the homestyle recipes at the new restaurant will not disappoint.

Restaurant owner Denise Hensley has been cooking all her life.

Hensley learned how to cook from her mother, Josephine

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As the food industry emerges from more than a year of struggles and closures, some restaurants want to reward people who have been vaccinated. And they’re doing so with a range of freebies for anyone with their vaccine card.

Although Krispy Kreme got some backlash from it’s “free doughnuts for a year” promotion (especially from doctors who noted the potential for unhealthy weight gain), more restaurants, stores and apps are hopping on board with the rewards system.

Did we mention there’s free beer? We’re ready for the needle, doc!

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