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Pure Cane Sugar Compared to Beet Sugar

Ernest Barbella has spent his career in the food manufacturing and retail industry, highlighted by his time as vice president of New York’s Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. As a professional in the food business, Ernest Barbella appreciates the … Continue reading

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The Difference between Whole and Refined Grains

Ernest Barbella has over 50 years of experience in the food industry. With an in-depth understanding of the grocery business in particular, Ernest Barbella is highly knowledgably about a multitude of products sold in grocery stores, including those derived from … Continue reading

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Comparing Raw Sugar and Refined Sugar

Ernest Barbella is a longtime professional in the grocery business. Since getting his start as a grocery store manager in the Bronx in the 1960s, the New York native has served as an executive in supermarket chains and started his … Continue reading

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The Life and Career of Rocky Graziano

Ernest Barbella earned his bachelor’s degree from the Bernard Baruch School of Business at the City College of New York, and then accepted a full scholarship to pursue a master’s degree in food marketing and agricultural economics at Cornell University. … Continue reading

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Ernest Barbella and Spice Varieties: Black Pepper

By far one of the most predominant spices around the world, black pepper has been used not only to improve one’s food, but also to enhance one’s health. Varieties of the spice are distinguished by the areas in which they … Continue reading

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Ernest Barbella: The History of Macaroni and Cheese

Considered by many Americans as the ultimate comfort food, macaroni and cheese is thought to have originated with one of the nation’s Founding Fathers: Thomas Jefferson. After a trip to Italy, Jefferson brought back a pasta machine, which he tweaked … Continue reading

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White Tea Explained By Ernest Barbella

White tea is a fine tea brewed from the unopened buds of special Chinese tea bushes. It is akin to green tea, but less popular because it is costlier and more time consuming to process. White tea has a subtle … Continue reading

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