As part of our 2019 salute to women in leadership, we feature seven of the Capital Region’s most relevant and successful women leaders — here’s one of them.
Nematodes pose a conundrum to farmers. The worm-like microscopic creatures are everywhere. Some are parasitic, infecting plants and destroying crops — but others actually attack insect pests. The ability to target the “bad” while leaving the “good” unharmed would be a boon for agricultural production.
Sacramento’s first woman to become Advanced Sommelier aims to elevate the local wine scene.
Dark beers have developed a serious sweet tooth.
A promotional effort created by the City and supported by the Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce, the Barrel District is an attempt to unite these craft beverage manufacturers and brand Rancho Cordova as a distinct destination for beer and spirits.
More than 40,000 varieties of beans exist worldwide, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, but only a small portion are commercially grown.
Sacramento is on track to get a dedicated makerspace for food entrepreneurs who want to launch and scale their brands.
Shari Fitzpatrick is the quintessential bootstrapping entrepreneur. Though most readily recognized as the founder of world-famous Shari’s Berries, she has a full quiver of talents. In addition to roles as a stock broker, mortgage broker, entrepreneur, business owner and author, she’s currently a sought-after keynote speaker with hundreds of speaking engagements to her credit.
National research shows that while big beer’s market share continues to plummet and craft beer has plateaued, the spirits industry is on the rise — a trend bolstered by women and millennials.
Nationally, large restaurant chains are automating aspects of their service as a cost-saving mechanism. How is this trend playing out in the Capital Region?