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Office Coffee Service Boosts Productivity in Chicago

“Don’t talk to me until I’ve had my coffee” is a phrase almost all Chicago employees have heard at least once at the beginning of the workday. Whether an individual needs the caffeine to finish waking up or to just … Continue reading

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Emerging Snack and Beverage Trends in Chicago

Changing snack and beverage trends in Chicago are impacting everyone from small, local companies to the largest snack food distributor. To be successful in the long run, both big and small companies need to understand what consumers are looking for. … Continue reading

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Consider Natural Sugar Alternatives in Your Chicago Snacks and Beverages

Being aware of the type and amount of sugar in snacks and beverages is important. The number of Chicago residents coping with health related problems connected to sugar has increased over the years. Katherine Allmandinger, manager of strategic insights at … Continue reading

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Healthy Snack Alternatives in Chicago

Are you ever in the mood for a snack that is salty and crunchy, but want it to be a healthy choice? If you are, there are a lot of new healthy options available that were on exhibit at the … Continue reading

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Look Out for New Technology in Chicago

Have you ever thought about which technology you might see in the future in your Chicago office break room? Many of those new technologies are likely to first be found in quick service restaurants and grocery stores. They include interactive … Continue reading

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Chicago, Enjoy a Healthy Snack Today

It may be summer outside, but don’t forget to include a bit of dark chocolate in your healthy snack. The key is to use dark chocolate made with a high-cocoa content, low unhealthy-fats, and very little sugar. A few different … Continue reading

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Chicago, Do You Know What the Secret Ingredient in Coffee Is?

Making great coffee while protecting the brewing equipment requires Chicago employees to constantly perform a balancing act. They must choose the best type of water to find the sweet spot between preventing damage to the brewing equipment and brewing the … Continue reading

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Micro-Market Snacks in Chicago Play Multiple Roles

The definition of a snack is expanding. It no longer refers only to a small amount of sweet or salty food eaten between meals. A healthy snack can also be a meal replacement that helps Chicago employees meet their daily … Continue reading

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Consider Updating Your Chicago Breakroom

The workplace including the office breakroom is changing. After the pendulum swung from everyone working at the office to a dramatic jump in remote employees, the pendulum is settling somewhere in the middle. Chicago companies are bringing their employees back … Continue reading

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Chicago Consumers Prefer Bottled Water

For the first time in history, bottled water is the No.1 packaged beverage in the United States (by volume). People are shifting away from less healthy packaged drinks and choosing the healthy option—bottled water. – Jill Culora, International Bottled Water … Continue reading

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