Growing the Table is a statewide initiative that connects farmers
from underserved communities with families in need. The
seven-week Sacramento pilot wrapped up last Wednesday, but
there’s more to come.
Amazon Grill is operated by the nonprofit Brazilian Center for
Cultural Exchange of Sacramento, which serves as a hub for the
Capital Region’s Brazilian community.
A startup incubator aims to bring a new generation of food and
agricultural technology innovators to the Yolo County
Even as the state prepares to lift coronavirus restrictions on June 15, some changes such as outdoor dining and to-go drinks will likely remain in many California cities. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced pandemic extensions through Dec. 31.
As the pandemic forced businesses across the Capital Region and the country to shut down, there has been an uptick in reports of anti-Asian racism and violence.
Onit Coffee isn’t your standard coffee shop. For starters, it’s
not a “shop” in the brick-and-mortar sense (yet).
To walk along Elena’s deli counter is to explore the diversity of
the former Soviet republics.
Pressed Record Cafe co-owners Dean Bardouka, Jon Blunck and James Williams have boldly chosen to specialize in three of Sacramento’s most populated business spaces.
Andrew and Krista Abrahams want to rethink the assumptions of traditional dairy production.
The Folsom-based startup Foodom launched in March 2020 to bring experienced cooks into the homes of busy families.