Microgreens differentiate Mamma Ramona's Pizzeria from other California pizzerias.Customers can tour the area where greens are grown for the restaurant on their visits and during their dining experience.Because award winning innovator owner, Andrew Simmons and his restaurant use these microgreens in their restaurant recipes, they are considered farm-to-table.
Many customers enjoy taking the micro greens home, to eat as a replacement to junk food; or to add to their own food recipes at home or elswhere.
The restaurant can grow 1-3 crops at a time, produce up to 280 trays and net about $25 profit per tray .
Our hotel in Florence recommended we have dinner at Trattoria ZaZa. If you come by 6pm, which is very early for Italians, you can avoid the long queues seen in this photo. ZaZa offers excellent Tuscan cuisine in spacious surroundings with excellent service at reasonable prices and no tips expected.We went there nearly every night of our stay in Florence, early so we didn't need to queue. We were surprised to hear they seat about 700 quests.
Israeli microalgae innovator SimpliiGood, founded by Algaecore Technologies, reveals a clean-label chicken analog made from its spirulina product, claiming it offers the same nutritional profile as chicken. Spirulina has a rich composition of whole protein and an impressive profile of vitamins and minerals. It is a good source of iron, calcium, B vitamins, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants. “100 grams of SimpliiGood spirulina microalgae provides the equivalent of 200 grams of real chicken in protein load, explains Baruch Dach, SimpliiGood’s founder and CTO. Full article: https://israeltrade.org.au/2023/07/12/simpliigood-claims-new-spirulina-based-chicken-offers-same-nutriti