Stories tagged: "food"

5 Things to Know About North Carolina’s Mt. Olive Pickle Company

As one of the most beloved pickle brands, Mt. Olive has a lot to offer. Here are five key facts that will give you a deeper appreciation for this iconic pickle company that calls North Carolina home.

SSpeaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., holds an event to mark 100 days of the Republican majority in the House, at the Capitol in Washington, Monday, April 17, 2023. McCarthy is hurtling toward one of the most consequential weeks of the new House Republican majority as he labors to pass a partisan package that would raise the nation's debt limit by $1.5 trillion in exchange for steep cuts that some in his own party oppose. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
House GOP Passes Bill That Would Take Food and Healthcare From North Carolina Families

An estimated 399,000 North Carolina residents would lose access to food assistance, 8,000 kids would lose preschool and child care slots, and NC veterans would lose 284,200 doctors visits for issues like mental health and substance disorder treatment under the bill.

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4 Reasons You Should Be Paying Attention to the Farm Bill

The Farm Bill provides food assistance for 41 million Americans, funds land conservation practices, is a huge source of federal investment in rural communities, and ensures all Americans they have access to a safe, stable supply of food.

Celebrate Pi Day in North Carolina With Discount Pizza and Philosophy

We can honor both Pi and Pie on the same day. Win, win.

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15 Highest-Rated Restaurants for a Night Out on the Town in Greenville

The data was pulled from Tripadvisor rankings, so do with this list what you will.

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9 Black-Owned Restaurants to Try in the Triad

Here’s our list of must-try Black-owned restaurants and drink stops in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point.

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10 Black-Owned Restaurants to Try in Raleigh and the Research Triangle

To honor Black History Month, we’re continuing to highlight Black-owned businesses across North Carolina, with a deep dive into the food scene in the state’s fastest-growing metro region.