Bon Jovi’s community restaurant JBJ Soul Kitchen opens at Rutgers–Newark
In partnership with campus dining provider Gourmet Dining LLC, the Jersey rocker's conscious eatery concept will feed students irrespective of their ability to pay for the food.
Comedies and Cosmos: New law allows local theaters to sell liquor
John McEwen, who heads the New Jersey Theater Alliance, said the measure would be a boon for theaters that struggle to make ends meet at the box office.
Secaucus specialty food company receives $16.5M in financing
With its headquarters in New Jersey and operations in California, Florida and Canada, White Toque sells both frozen and dry specialty foods to more than 250 distributors and wholesalers across the nation.
Award-winning ramen restaurant heading to downtown Newark
The Hahne & Co. space will be Ani Ramen House 's sixth location and serve as the company’s headquarters.
New Jersey Food Council selects Wegmans exec as board chair
Joseph Sofia is the New Jersey and New York Metro food markets senior vice president and division manager.
TerrAscend second of ‘new six’ ATCs issued permit; projects spring opening
Presently operating alternative treatment centers in the state serve more than 66,200 patients, 2,500 caregivers and 1,092 physicians in the expanding medical cannabis program.
NACD NJ to honor former J&J, Campbell Soup, Lucent chairs in 2020
The New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors will recognize three board members and two boards at its second annual Director of Year Awards this spring.
Lawmakers to make final, uneasy go at plastic bag ban Monday
“What we’re going to do on Monday is pass what we thought was the consensus” bill, said Sen. Bob Smith, D-17th District, the measure's main sponsor and chair of the Senate Environment Committee. “That consensus is falling apart.”
After 7 years of brewing, Bolero Snort opens tasting room
Their beers have been on bar taps and store shelves since 2013, but now the brewers – and its fans – will have a place of their own in Bergen County.
Campbell Snacks president to leave company for a new role
Carlos Abrams-Rivera will lead the division through the end of Camden-based company's second fiscal quarter.
NJ seeks input to double down on skills for sports betting workforce
“Sports wagering is a high-wage, high-growth sector that has already benefited New Jersey’s economy,” Tim Sullivan, who heads the NJEDA, said in a statement. “Creating good-paying jobs and cultivating a talent pipeline to support this burgeoning industry is critical.”
Swander Pace Capital completes cookie company sale to Hostess for $320M
Bedminster-based Swander Pace acquired a majority stake in Voortman Cookies in 2015.