While you wait for your fave studio to reopen, here's how to make the most of your at-home yoga practice.
They say to fake it till you make it.
And despite a near total lack of flexibility, I took up a 30-day yoga challenge at the start of iso. My primary goal was to tone my body, improve flexibility and feel better.
I threw myself into the ch..
Specialty Food News asked SFA members how they’re adapting to the current business environment. Q: What impact has the pandemic had on your sales and/or selling strategy?
Michael Moss, President & CEO, Sweet Shop Candies, Inc.
It’s had a monumental impact. The pivot our 49-year-old chocolate company, Sweet Shop USA, has taken in response to the ..
The pandemic has not just upended business but necessitated new strategies that may transform how specialty stakeholders do business. The coronavirus pandemic has propelled the retail grocery industry to the front lines of the crisis, as operators battle to keep their shelves stocked and feed their communities, while simultaneously implementing new..
Many Brits are currently working from home due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Unfortunately, this means that for months thousands of us have been using laptops, and sitting in unsuitable chairs, for up to eight hours a day.
As most companies were forced to come up with remote working ability at short notice the workforce is connected, but it’s not safely seated.
This can cause bad posture as well as neck and back pain and sometimes migraines.
Oddly, a rather strange trick for relieving neck pa..
It’s a fear that many people share – that their child could choke while eating.
There are lots of horror stories out there which mean parent’s are hyper vigilant.
And, especially so when it comes to certain foods which are deemed high risk for small children.
Among the worst culprits are grapes and cherry tomatoes.
Food is responsible for over half of all fatal choking accidents, reports the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT).
Within this group, grapes are the third most common cause of..
We’re huge proponents of wearing SPF every single day, rain or shine, no matter what. We’ve received a lot of questions lately asking if this includes wearing sunscreen indoors, whether recent events mean you’ve transitioned to working from home or you’re simply enjoying a staycation from the comfort of your living room.
The short answer? Yes, ab..
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