Tauri-Gum to be Featured in the New Product Showcase at Kosherfest 2019

NEW YORK, NY, Oct. 29, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE – Tauriga Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB: TAUG) (“Tauriga” or the “Company”), a revenue generating Company that operates through the development, distribution, and licensing of proprietary products as well as the evaluation of potential acquisition opportunities and equity investments, today confirmed that Tauri-Gum™ will be featured in the New Product Showcase at Kosherfest 2019.  The New Product Showcase will be located prominently in the registration area just outside the tradeshow entrance. As previously announced, Kosherfest 2019 will take place on November 12-13, 2019 at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey. The Company is already experiencing strong levels of interest from buyers and attendees that will be present at Kosherfest 2019 (the “Event”). More than 6,000 industry professionals and potential buyers are expected to attend Kosherfest 2019 – at The Meadowlands. Tauriga Sciences, Inc. (TAUG) is a revenue generating Company that operates through the development, distribution, and licensing of proprietary products as well as the evaluation of potential acquisition opportunities. One such o...

Review: Gus’s brings crunchy fried chicken and white bread tradition to the Warehouse District | Restaurant reviews

As the squawking over fast-food sandwiches subsides, many of us are left with a craving for good fried chicken. Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, which opened in July in the Warehouse District, is a solid contender to satisfy that desire. The restaurant is an outpost of a brand that originated in Memphis and now has 29 locations across 13 states. While many of those are franchises, the New Orleans restaurant is corporate-owned. Gus’s tested our waters at the 2017 National Fried Chicken Festival and came away with third place (the Original Fiorella’s Cafe in Gentilly served the judges’ favorite). Gus’s recipe dates back to 1953 and a family that built the chain from a Tennessee tradition to widespread, award-winning acclaim. Gus’s New Orleans location on South Diamond Street, has a display of framed articles and accolades. Those endorsements may reassure diners who feel curious about a Tennessee recipe or disloyal to local stalwarts such as Willie Mae’s Scotch House. Gus’s helps new diners with information on its approach. Every table holds a sign with a treatise entitled “Why white bread…” and it explains the sandwich slices that accompany its chicken. The text acknowledges tha...