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Cara Pahoyo

About the author:
Cara Pahoyo is a graduate of California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor’s degree in Merchandising and a minor in Communications. After spending 6+ years in apparel and consumer goods merchandising, Cara moved on to brand management and eCommerce marketing. Cara understands the importance of sharing quality content and strives to be a current and valuable resource for her readers. Cara lives in Austin, Texas with her Australian Shepherd and enjoys hiking, practicing yoga, watching documentaries and traveling to new places.

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Keeping Food Safe Before, During and After a Natural Disaster

Keeping Food Safe Before, During and After a Natural Disaster

Cara Pahoyo September 13, 2017 0

Being prepared to face natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and earthquakes should include food safety, which can be compromised when Mother Nature’s fury comes knocking. Knowing how to determine if your food

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Relief Efforts –Where to Give, How to Help

Relief Efforts –Where to Give, How to Help

Cara Pahoyo September 13, 2017 0

There have been numerous disasters around the globe with the recent ones happening in the country and its surroundings. Rain and floods have wreaked havoc in Texas from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and

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National Breakfast Month: Top 5 Californian Breakfasts You Should Not Miss

National Breakfast Month: Top 5 Californian Breakfasts You Should Not Miss

Cara Pahoyo September 11, 2017 0

California grows nearly half of U.S. vegetables, fruits, and nuts.  Almonds, apples, avocados, carrots, grapes, lettuce, oranges, strawberries, and tomatoes are particularly abundant. In celebration of National Breakfast Month, try some mouth-watering breakfasts packed

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Learn from the Experts: The Best Wine for Your Meals

Learn from the Experts: The Best Wine for Your Meals

Cara Pahoyo September 8, 2017 0

“So, what wine would pair well with this dish?” That’s a question servers will inevitably get if they work in an establishment with a wine list. You don’t want to be left dumbstruck. You

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The Big 2: Listeria and Salmonella

The Big 2: Listeria and Salmonella

Cara Pahoyo September 7, 2017 0

Today’s automated and mass-producing generation, for the most part, has given us some very cool things to celebrate. Technology advancements, for one, have made food processing and inventory management a lot easier and more

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6 Food Safety Practices for Food Processing

6 Food Safety Practices for Food Processing

Cara Pahoyo September 6, 2017 0

There were over 700 food recalls in 2016. Poor sanitation and production methods at food processing facilities can spread salmonella, E. coli, and listeria, cause many outbreaks, and lead to the recall of millions

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Food Ordering Tactics to Combat High Food Costs

Food Ordering Tactics to Combat High Food Costs

Cara Pahoyo September 5, 2017 0

Running a small business in itself is no easy task. Operating a restaurant, however, is another story. It requires a hands on approach, since many of the variables that make a food place successful

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