Food for thought

What does the future of food look like?

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I came across an article that got me thinking, what is the future of food and why is it so important to the overall experience of the food industry?

Reminiscing about sunday morning cartoons as a child where I’d watch the Jetsons and their robot waiter; Rosie. Or can’t help think about the Star Trek food replicator where you order a dish from a wall and it would be made within seconds right before your eyes.

Is this becoming a reality? Keep reading to find out…
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How to Achieve sustainable restaurant design

How to Achieve Sustainable Restaurant Design

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Most of the time when the words ‘food’ and ‘sustainability’ is put together we automatically think about the food we are eating, which is a topic in itself and is something we should all be familiar with as the market gets diluted with mass production and profit focused sales.

Although I am taking it one step further by digging a little deeper and covering the sustainability of a restaurants printed material and environmental design. In my opinion, if a restaurant claims to be ‘sustainable’ it should try to focus on various forms of sustainability — in all areas of the restaurant, not just the food.

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How to define your Freelance Design Business in 3 simple steps.

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As of February 2014, I decided to leave my job and take on full time freelance. As graphic designer for the past 8 years, working for various companies while doing freelance on the side, I felt this was the perfect time to branch out on my own and follow my dream of working for myself. When faced with the opportunity I knew this would be the best way to learn a whole lot more about the process of design, business, and really embrace my passion. Not to leave out that I have heard freelance is probably one of the most gratifying career moves, and having thick skin is an asset. So first things first, I had to define myself, oh no!

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