Mariel Concepcion

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Fast Growing Bhu Foods Releases New Products

FOOD: Co’s. Keto Bars to be Available in Walmart and Target Stores Nationwide

Bhu Foods, an Otay Mesa-based manufacturer of clean snacks, is flourishing. As of this month, Bhu Foods will be available in 490 Whole Foods, more than 1,500 Target locations and 900-plus Walmart stores nationwide.

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Annual San Diego Beer Week Goes Online

Brewers Guild Plans Virtual Beer-and-Food Pairings, Live Stream Concert

COVID-19 isn’t stopping the San Diego Brewers Guild from bringing “hoppiness” to San Diegans.

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Spill the Beans Opens Second Location

Spill the Beans will offer counter service with a few tables for outdoor seating.

Airbnb generated nearly $700M for San Diego in 2019

The figures are based on internal Airbnb data and a 2020 survey of guests that booked a stay or activity in San Diego last year.

Dümmen Orange Relocates Mum Production

AGRICULTURE: Move to Encinitas Provides Ideal Coastal Conditions

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Before the Butcher Releases Affordable Plant-Based Meat Product

FOOD: ‘Mainstream’ to be Available in Stores by the End of the Year

Before the Butcher, a San Diego-based plant-based meat manufacturer, wants no American left out of the meat analogue trend.

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Convention Center Prepares for Hybrid Events

TOURISM: Majority of Clients Plan Such Meetings in 2021

Opera, Symphony Partner For Drive-In Event

Expect between 500 and 800 Vehicles Per Night

The San Diego Opera, which produces three grand operas per year during normal times, hasn’t played a revenue-producing concert since mid-March. That is about to change.

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Airport Authority Hosts Virtual “Meet the Primes” Event

The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority will host its annual “Meet the Primes” event virtually this year.

Local Vitamin-Infused Coffee Co. Sees Growth During COVID-19

NUTRITION: $20M Company Projected to Reach $23M in Revenue in 2020

A local coffee company wants java drinkers to have their cake – or cup of joe – and eat it, too.

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