Global Diabetic Food Market By Product Type, By Distribution Channel, By Age Group, By Company, By Region, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026

New York, Feb. 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — announces the release of the report “Global Diabetic Food Market By Product Type, By Distribution Channel, By Age Group, By Company, By Region, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026” –

The Global Diabetic Food Market is expected to grow at a steady CAGR in terms of value during the forecast period.The Global Diabetic Food Market is driven by rise in population having diabetes because of high intake of junk food.

Moreover, growing awareness regarding health benefits and precautionary measures taken by the users is positively impacting the growth of the market during the forecast period.
The Global Diabetic Food Market is segmented based on product type, distribution channel, age group, company, and region.Based on product type, the market can be categorized into baked products, beverages, confectionery, ice cream, dairy products and breakfast cereals.

Out of which, the beverages for the diabetes segment

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La Tortilla Factory Announces Investment by Flagship Food Group

(PRNewsfoto/La Tortilla Factory)

(PRNewsfoto/La Tortilla Factory)

SANTA ROSA, Calif. and DENVER, Jan. 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — La Tortilla Factory, Inc. (LTF) announced today that Flagship Food Group, LLC (Flagship) has agreed to make an investment into the company to support its future growth strategy. Flagship will become the majority stake holder in the company while the third generation Tamayo family members continue to remain valued partners.

“We are excited and eager to embrace Flagship Food Group and its entire family of companies and brands as supporters of La Tortilla Factory’s strategic growth plan,” said Jeff Ahlers, CEO. “Their investment acumen and broader experience in the food industry will support and accelerate our strategy, especially given their success and enthusiasm within the Mexican food category.”

Majority owned by CREO Capital Partners, Flagship is a diversified food company that sells a wide range of food products and services under the 505 Southwestern,

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Italian and Mediterranean concepts in the works from Pihakis Restaurant Group

Pihakis Restaurant Group, the hospitality group led by restauranteur Nick Pihakis, has nine locations in the works this year, including two new restaurants: Tasty Town and Luca.

FSR magazine reported details on the two new concepts. Tasty Town will blend Mediterranean fare with Birmingham’s meat and three cuisine, allowing patrons to customize their plates with one meat and three sides. In 2019, the Birmingham Business Journal reported on restauranteur Nick Pihakis’ plans to open a traditional Southern meat-and-three in Baker’s Row II, a mixed-use development at 10 14th Street South and 1300 Powell Avenue under development by Corporate Realty.

Luca will serve elevated Italian fare. Chef Rita Bernhardt will helm the kitchen at Luca. Bernhardt was previously the executive chef at Satterfield’s in Cahaba Heights, where her husband William Barial IV also served as general manager. The husband and wife team joined Satterfield’s in 2019 after a number of

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Jeffco Health Department says it could take ‘months’ to immunize latest group eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

Alabama is expanding the groups eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine come Monday, but it still could take “months” to get them immunized in Jefferson County, where a third of residents will be eligible, the county’s top health official said Monday.

The state has been vaccinating residents 75 years and older. On Monday, that group will be expanded to include all people over 65 and certain essential workers, including corrections officers, clergy and ministers, childcare workers, judiciary members and workers in the postal, manufacturing, public transit and food and agricultural sectors.

But Jefferson County has received a “limited supply” of COVID-19 vaccine and will spend February mostly administering the second dose of the two-dose vaccine, said Dr. Mark Wilson, chief health officer for the county Health Department.

“We’re going to have a large number of people wanting to get vaccine with a very limited supply, and we can expect it to

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