eat drink innovate 1 LLC

8857 alexander rd
suite 100a
batavia, new york 14020

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ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
JUNE 30, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4599891

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COLUMBIA

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NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

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2014 - EAT DRINK INNOVATE 1 LLC









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    By NICOLE TAYLOR - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017

    The holiday, which celebrates the abolition of slavery in the United States, is an occasion to gather and eat.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
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    Friday May 12, 2017

    Upheaval continues across the food industry as brands struggle to appeal to moms' desires for their families to eat healthier. But what do today's moms see as healthy eating? Low carb. Gluten free.Vegetarian. Low sugar. Paleo. "Clean" eating. What's next?

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    Monday Jun 11, 2012

    Researchers say they've found a way to make people eat less-by fooling their minds. As the WSJ's Yoree Koh explains to Jake Lee, what you eat may not be the same as what you see in Japan.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: Management
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    Monday Jun 19, 2017

    According to Facebook findings, more than 40% of younger U.S. Millennials say friends' social feeds factor into their non-alcoholic beverage-buying decisions. How such social activity influences youngpeople's alcohol consumption, Facebook did not say. At least virtually -- adults love sharing their drinks with friends.

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    Monday Jun 19, 2017

    According to Facebook findings, more than 40% of younger U.S. Millennials say friends' social feeds factor into their non-alcoholic beverage-buying decisions. How such social activity influences youngpeople's alcohol consumption, Facebook did not say. At least virtually -- adults love sharing their drinks with friends.

    Source: Media Post: Social Media & Marketing Daily
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  • The Simple Menu Innovations That Science Says Can Get People To Order Vegetarian Options
    By Adele Peters - Monday Jun 19, 2017

    It turns out we put vegetables in hard-to-find places and describe them in less-than-appetizing ways. Can a few simple nudges cut down on our meat consumption?

    Take two menu items: “slow-roasted caramelized zucchini bites” and “nutritious green zucchini.” Science says you’re more likely to pick the first. That’s just some of the findings in a new study that tested using different language to describe vegetables, which could be an important factor in the quest to get people to eat less meat.

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    Source: Fast Company
  • Inside The Lab Of The Silicon Valley Startup Making Milk From Peas
    By Adele Peters - Thursday Jun 15, 2017

    Ripple’s new pea-based milk products have been enormously successful. Now the company is back in the lab to find ways to replace the milk protein in half-and-half and yogurt.

    “This is our cow,” says Adam Lowry, CEO of Ripple, a Silicon Valley startup known for making milk from peas. He’s pointing at a small tabletop homogenizer, a device that blends fat, sugar, and protein to test milk recipes in the company’s small lab in Emeryville, California. The company’s goal: to make plant-based dairy products that anyone, including non-vegans, will actually want to eat and drink.

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    Source: Fast Company