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  • News CBS San Francisco

Executive Chef David Button couldn’t be a better fit for Bon Appétit Management Company at AT&T Park. When he’s not preparing something delicious for Giants fans to enjoy, Dave can be found on the baseball field as a coach and mentor for youth in our community.

  • News TIME

The “ugly food movement” is taking off around the world. The U.S., perhaps not surprisingly, has been slower than Europe to take up the trend, but there are some early indications that it might take off here.

  • News Haute Living San Francisco

Easter is right around the corner so make your reservations now to enjoy Easter brunch and Easter eggs at these haute spots, which includes: Arguello in the Presidio, STEM Kitchen & Garden in Mission Bay, and SEAGLASS at the Exploratorium — all of which are overseen by Bon Appétit.

  • News San Francisco Chronicle

Brutti Ma Buoni — “ugly but good” — is the name for lumpy, beige Italian almond cookies that don’t look pretty, but taste great.
That phrase also describes a lot of the produce grown in this country, except unlike the cookies, it rarely gets eaten. Until now.

  • News ELLE magazine

ELLE magazine published a virtual smorgasbord of distinguished and influential lady chefs around the country, which featured Traci Des Jardins of Arguello and Public House, both of which are overseen by Bon Appétit Management Company.

  • News Washington Post

Bon Appétit VP of Strategy Maisie Ganzler weighs in on the development and promise of Just Scramble, Hampton Creek’s sustainable liquid egg substitute.