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Alisa Barry reopens Bella Cucina at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Owner Alisa Barry.Photograph courtesy of Bella Cucina. When Alisa Barry closed her popular Bella Cucina Virginia-Highland retail store in 2013, it wasn’t the end of her business, although it might have seemed that way if you only knew the Italian lifestyle brand through its brick-and-mortar location. Barry, who has been in business for 24 years, continued to operate her wholesale line of Bella Cucina products—which are sold at Whole Foods, Crate and Barrel, and boutique stores through the country and Canada—out of a space in East Point. Wholesale is 97 percent of her business. “If you’ve been around the block, ...

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Here are 60 women-owned metro Atlanta restaurants, food businesses

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Jenny Levison, who owns Souper Jenny. / MATT KEMPNER / AJC

International Women’s Day on Mar. 8 celebrates women and the work they do every day. This year’s #BeBoldForChange campaign focuses on promoting educational opportunities and professional advancement for women around the world.  

Here, we list some of the women-owned restaurants, culinary and beverage businesses throughout metro Atlanta, in honor of International Women’s Day.

 

Restaurants

Buttermilk Kitchen
4225 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta. 678-732-3274, buttermilkkitchen.com.

Souper Jenny
130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta. 404-295-6761, souperjennyatl.com.
4274 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta. 404-941-7247.
1082 Huff Road NW, Atlanta. 404-603-9977.
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Buy This: 3 Atlanta-made products for healthier eating in 2017

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Try a spoonful of Super Topper, a line of nuts, seeds, dried fruit and spices, on yogurt for a delicious, healthy snack.

Did you vow to eat better in 2017? Check out these three local products that will keep you on the whole foods track – even when a snack attack strikes.

Good Habit Super Toppers

If eating a better breakfast is on your list of resolutions, oatmeal is an excellent source of fiber, and plain yogurt delivers a nice dose of protein. But let’s admit it: by themselves, they can be a bit boring. Toppings like nuts, seeds and ...

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