DINING: Plant-Based Cuisine Aims to Transform Typical Menu and the World
When Jeffrey Harris launched Plant Power Fast Food, the San Diego-based, GMO-free, plant-based restaurant chain, in 2015, his idea was not to cater to vegans and/or vegetarians — although they are surely welcome — but to offer a healthier alternative to omnivores in a space where it can have the most amount of impact on the most amount of people possible.
San Diego-based Sherpa Clinical Packaging has been acquired by PCI Pharma Services under a deal announced Sept. 11 in which terms were not disclosed.
The San Diego Association of Governments has appointed Hasan Ikhrata as its new executive director.
The San Diego-based grass-fed and grass-finished beef jerky producer, will debut four of its flavors through Whole Foods Market stores nationwide.
The U.S. Navy awarded RQ Construction LLC of Carlsbad a $63.6 million firm fixed-price contract to design and build facilities at the Naval Special Warfare Coastal Campus at Coronado.
Shares reached a 52-week high as Qualcomm Inc. announced plans to buy back an additional $16 billion in stock.
San Diego’s Vital Therapies on Sept. 12 scrapped a cell-based therapy intended to treat acute liver failure following final-stage clinical trials, sending the company’s stock plummeting.
FINANCE: Co. Gets Good Growth in Food And Beverage Space
Payment Logistics is a company that Southern Californians might encounter when they go out to their favorite eateries. Unobtrusive as it is, some 99 percent of diners will have no idea it’s there.
Four new startups have been accepted into the EvoNexus incubator program, and the founders of each have agreed to give the nonprofit organization a stake in their companies in exchange for participation.
A pair of mixed use developments is taking shape in North County – a San Marcos project that includes a 103-room hotel and 191townhomes and a Carlsbad project that includes a new retail center and 125 townhomes and flats.
WORKFORCE: Studio Equipment, Sound Stages to Offer Alternative to L.A.
Coworking spaces come in many permutations, but rarely like the one a Vista father and daughter team are building in their hometown — The Film Hub with a focus on movie and television productions.
“You’ll get your cardio in today,” says a hard-hatted Gordon Rutherford.
North County Aims for Vibrant And Growing Coworking Culture While Adapting to Area’s Limitations
When Brendan Foote and his colleagues at Bloc wanted to expand their coworking company, they went to Carlsbad.