Monthly Archives: October 2021

Cloudy mosses, snowflake flowers

by on October 31, 2021 0
Imagine a flower that looks like a snowflake and makes a foam as white as snow. The “Çöven” plant is one of the natural treasures of the Anatolian plateaus and mountains that blooms in May with white or pale pink flowers so small that they appear like snowflakes flying lazily through the air. The... Read More

How Shake Shack Offers New Menu Items

by on October 29, 2021 0
Fast food restaurants are bringing out crazy stuff all the time. Some seem totally awesome, like Taco Bell’s Doritos Locos Taco or Burger King’s Chicken Fries, and you wonder how you ever lived without them. Others seem a bit slapped, like the Panera Mac ‘n Cheese sandwich, a bit unnecessary, but still delicious. And... Read More

FDA Approves Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine For Children 5-11 Years Old, Citing Safety And Effectiveness

by on October 29, 2021 0
The Food and Drug Administration has cleared a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11. This lower dose formulation of the companies’ adult vaccine has been shown to be 90.7% safe and effective in preventing COVID-19. The agency acted on Friday after a panel of independent scientists advising the FDA strongly backed... Read More

Thanksgiving food shortage and price hikes expected this year

by on October 29, 2021 0
HARLINGEN (ValleyCentral) – Supply shortages and price increases are happening across the country, including on this year’s Thanksgiving dishes. Shortages are seen at local grocery stores and restaurants, such as Golden Corral in Brownsville. “Shortage, we’ve been going through it since COVID arrived. It’s everywhere, you go to the store, things are running out,... Read More

“We struggle every day”: Tightening supply chain threatens to leave some of Americans most in need without enough to eat

by on October 28, 2021 0
The 61-year-old man has stage 4 endometrial cancer and has little income. For the past eight months, she has relied on food from MANNA, a nonprofit organization that provides free meals to more than 1,200 of Philadelphia’s sickest people. “I even gained a few pounds despite my illness,” Greenlee said. “God only knows how... Read More

NRA CEO Highlights Multi-Franchise as Key Opportunity for P&C Retailers

by on October 28, 2021 0
The multi-franchise opportunity is a key growth area for gasoline and convenience (P&C) retailers, said Dominique Lamb, CEO of the National Retail Association (NRA). Lamb was speaking at a webinar hosted by the Australian Convenience Stores Association (AACS) this morning, where she identified multi-franchise as an area that should be at the forefront of... Read More

McDonald’s, Kraft Heinz and Coca-Cola exceed profit expectations

by on October 27, 2021 0
Consumers ignored price increases at three of the world’s largest food and beverage companies, helping them strengthen their third quarter results. The Coca-Cola Company, McDonald’s and Kraft Heinz all posted better-than-expected quarterly profits on Wednesday, despite continuing challenges with the global supply chain and pandemic restrictions in many parts of the world. The enormous... Read More

Singapore inflation picks up in September as food, electricity and gas prices rise sharper, Economy News & Top Stories

by on October 25, 2021 0
SINGAPORE – Consumer prices in Singapore rose faster last month due to sharper increases in electricity and gas prices, food costs and house rents. Headline inflation reached 2.5% in September year-on-year, down from 2.4% the previous month. Meanwhile, core inflation, which excludes accommodation and private road transport costs, edged up to 1.2 percent last... Read More

NWI Business Ins and Outs: Santa Fe Restaurant & Bar, Naf Naf Middle Eastern Grill and Zorro’s Mediterranean Fusion are open; Filipino restaurant closes | Northwest Indiana Business Titles

by on October 24, 2021 0
The Santa Fe Restaurant & Bar offers authentic Mexican cuisine in one of Northwest Indiana’s fastest growing residential neighborhoods. The new sit-down restaurant opens Monday at 14825 101st Ave. in the unincorporated Dyer, just east of the Guacamole restaurant. “I think you’ll find this to be one of the best new restaurants in Northwest... Read More

Chipotle to remove the breast

by on October 23, 2021 0
** Related video above: Chipotle, Nick Chubb rewarding local high schools with free food. ** (NEXSTAR) – Get your chest before it’s gone, Chipotle fans. The restaurant chain‘s new breast protein option, which debuted just a month ago at the end of September, is expected to be removed from the Chipotle menu after November,... Read More

Interest increases in lower cost opportunities

by on October 23, 2021 0
With low cost franchises, you can’t expect most choices to have a front door (not the type of business you typically associate with franchising). By Grant Bullington There are always new franchise opportunities coming and hence this leads to various trends. In this article, the author will look at an ongoing trend in franchising:... Read More

Retail Food Group: Owner of Donut King, Brumby’s, Gloria Jeans and Michel’s Patisserie faces new challenge to rebuild reputation

by on October 23, 2021 0
As cities across the country emerge from lockdown – and baristas serve tasty treats again – one business is still feeling the pain. If you’ve ever had a cup of coffee, cake, or cinnamon donut in stores, there’s a good chance you’ve visited a Retail Food Group stable cafe. For years, the franchisor has... Read More

food prices are on the rise – RealAgriculture

by on October 22, 2021 0
It’s hard to avoid inflation news from the major media outlets these days. All of this is taken up by rising food prices. Kevin Grier, of Kevin Grier Market Analysis and Consulting, released a grocery trade report for September that includes figures on food inflation. He recently joined Shaun Haney on RealAg Radio to... Read More

Why this Cottonwood brewery is a must

by on October 22, 2021 0
Cottonwood is all about the wine. As you walk down the historic Main Street, wineries, tasting rooms, and souvenir shops selling anything grape-painted fill both sides of the road. And while Cottonwood is a fantastic place for wine lovers, there is one place in town that argues for giving up your wineglass and a... Read More

Ford Garage Serves Cincinnati Expansion With A Side Of Automotive History

by on October 21, 2021 0
Through: Ford’s garage | 0 Actions 19 readings Florida-based franchise signs agreement to develop four area restaurants October 21, 2021 // // TAMPA, Florida – A new restaurant concept with a cool vintage garage theme is coming to Cincinnati. Called Ford’s Garage, the burgeoning burger and craft beer franchise that feels like it’s... Read More

Ryanair CEO expresses concern over sustainability of aviation fuel and food prices

by on October 21, 2021 0
Ryanair’s CEO recognized the need for ambitious sustainable aviation fuel targets while also expressing concerns about how food prices could be affected. In a discussion at CNBC’s Sustainable Futures Forum on Wednesday, Michael O’Leary said his company is investing “a lot of money” with Trinity College Dublin in research into sustainable aviation fuel, or... Read More

Road Trip to the restaurant: Nonno Carlo

by on October 20, 2021 0
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Like most things in Italy, Nonno Carlo is all about family and tradition. This is the inspiration behind the name of Morgantown’s newest Italian restaurant, located inside the Suncrest Towne Center. “Nonno Carlo in Italian means ‘grandfather Carl’. It was therefore named in honor of my grandfather. There are four generations... Read More

Langston Blvd Restaurant specializes in Uyghur cuisine

by on October 18, 2021 0
A restaurant specializing in traditional dishes from an ethnic group in northwest China has opened in Cherrydale. Despite its minimal online presence, the new Uyghur restaurant Bostan (3911 Langston Blvd) has already drawn DC patrons to the Shenandoah Valley looking to sample its regional dishes. “If a Uyghur restaurant opens… everyone knows it,... Read More

Century Pacific sees faster growth for Mindanao with more efficient logistics

by on October 17, 2021 0
Listed company Century Pacific Food, Inc. (CNPF) sees more investors and traders enter Mindanao, where the company has a major presence with its processed seafood and coconut products, if the logistics network global is made more efficient. Wilhelmino Nicolasora, Jr., vice president of domestic sales for CNPF, said the “logistical challenge” in the south... Read More

The Behringer-Crawford Museum is gearing up for the opening of Holiday Traditions, starting November 13

by on October 17, 2021 0
Three decades of Christmas customs and family fun resume at the Behringer-Crawford Museum on Saturday, November 13 with the opening of 2021 Central Bank-sponsored Holiday Traditions @ BCM featuring beloved holiday toy trains of the museum. Eight O-gauge Lionel model trains will travel 250 feet of track, passing miniature towns, farms and snow-capped fields.... Read More

Why are food prices rising so much around the world (and what can be done to cope with its impact)

by on October 16, 2021 0
World Food Day is celebrated this Saturday amid a United Nations warning of the “catastrophic and unprecedented” level of food insecurity and fears of further increases in the price of food around the world. “About half a million people experience famine conditions in Ethiopia, Madagascar, South Sudan and Yemen. In recent months, the vulnerable... Read More

View List Of The Fastest Growing, Most Money-Making Businesses Led or Owned by LSU Graduates | Business

by on October 16, 2021 0
Jackson-based DarkHorse Industries tops this year’s list of 100 Fastest Growing LSU Companies, while Christus Health-Louisiana & Southeast Texas tops Roaring’s 10 Most Generating Companies list. income. The LSU 100 and Roaring 10 lists recognize companies owned or operated by LSU graduates on the basis of confidential financial results submissions. DarkHorse, a concrete cutting... Read More

Wendy’s and Google Cloud partner

by on October 12, 2021 0
Wendy’s® and Google Cloud today announced a partnership to enhance the Wendy’s restaurant experience and unlock new experiences for customers, restaurants and employees through data-driven insight. Wendy’s intends to leverage Google Cloud’s data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and hybrid cloud tools to create new ways in which customers can order food... Read More

3 Fertilizer stocks booming with rising feed prices

by on October 11, 2021 0
Supply chain disruptions, transportation problems, labor shortages and the negative impact of climate change on agricultural production continue to drive up food prices. According to the monthly food price index of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), world food prices increased by almost 33% in September 2021 compared to the... Read More

Unnamed restaurants and Albertsons, Safeway and Sprouts supermarkets in Colorado linked to salmonella outbreak

by on October 9, 2021 0
Total number of illnesses: 102Hospitalizations: 19Onset of last illness: September 7, 2021States with enclosures: AZ (1), CO (82), CT (1), IA (1), MN (2), MO (1), NE (2), NJ (2), PA (1), TX (2), VA (2), WA (2), WI (2), WY (2) Northeast Seafood Products, Denver, CO, is voluntarily recalling certain types of seafood... Read More

Man whose family owns a McDonald’s reveals the most complicated item on the menu, says they were ‘horrible’ to do

by on October 9, 2021 0
A MAN whose family owns a McDonald’s revealed the most complicated item on the menu and called it “awful.” TikTok user Stephen Patula has lifted the veil on the order he least liked to make for customers. 3 TikTok user Stephen Patula revealed the most complicated item on McDonald’s menuCredit: patulafamilymcdonalds / tiktok 3... Read More

Where to eat and drink along the route

by on October 8, 2021 0
Restaurants Find a place to refuel while you cheer on this year’s runners. People enjoy cocktails and food on Eataly’s outdoor patio. Blake Nissen / For the Boston Globe The Boston Marathon is back. Will you watch? There are plenty of places to watch around 20,000 Boston Marathon runners tackle the 26.2-mile course this... Read More

National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Celebrates Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Industry

by on October 8, 2021 0
One-month campaign showcases inspiring journeys brought to you by PepsiCo Posted: October 8, 2021 at 11:23 a.m. CDT|Update: 16 hours ago WASHINGTON, October 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) launched “Advance Restaurants: Inspirational trips” showcasing excellence in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DCI). The uplifting story series, presented... Read More

Global food prices hit 10-year high -FAO

by on October 7, 2021 0
PARIS, Oct. 7 (Reuters) – Global food prices rose for the second consecutive month in September to reach a 10-year high, driven by gains in grains and vegetable oils, the United Nations agency said on Thursday. food. The Rome-based Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) also forecast record world cereal production in 2021, but said... Read More

pesticides, decarbonization, packaging –

by on October 7, 2021 0
The sustainable use of pesticides and a carbon elimination certification program will be placed at the center of the European Commission’s agricultural priorities next year, according to a leaked draft version of its 2022 work program seen by EURACTIV. The program, dated September 27, lists the actions that the Commission will prioritize over the... Read More

Rising food prices, difficulty finding employees impacting local restaurants

by on October 6, 2021 0
TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – Soaring food prices and the struggle to find employees pose major challenges for restaurants already hit hard by the pandemic. The National Association of Restaurateurs found that 75 percent of restaurants have difficulty finding staff. “I’ve had my restaurant for 30 years and I’ve never experienced this,” said... Read More

A young Kurdish man from Afrin committed suicide following “daily threats” from a Turkish-backed militiaman: SOHR

by on October 6, 2021 0
ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – A young Kurdish man from the Turkish-occupied Kurdish enclave of Afrin, in the north-west, committed suicide following the “daily harassment and threats” of a militiaman supported by Turkey, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Tuesday. The young man was from Bulbul district in the countryside of Afrin. He... Read More

Mike Copeland: Camp Fimfo Waco; Hawaiian Bros. Island Grill; Hotel hopes; Hello Bello allowed | News from local businesses

by on October 2, 2021 0
“The Camp Fimfo experience evokes nostalgia for summer camps and family travel with the modern adoption of Instagrammable moments and quirky, playful messages throughout the concept,” the press release reads. “The mascot, a squirrel, winds its way through the experience, with hidden acorns that kids can find, redeemable for prizes. This is just one... Read More

Michigan’s Best Local Food: ‘Loyal Locals’ Love Farm-to-Table Dishes at Dandelion Café & Bakery near Gull Lake

by on October 2, 2021 0
HICKORY CORNERS, MI – “If we had a pot-bellied wood stove here, we’d get together and chat,” Sandra Kiger said of her “loyal locals” who frequent Dandelion Café & Bakery, located east of Gull Lake. , just one block from the lakeside. houses. Kiger knows many of his guests by name, but new people... Read More

What entrepreneurs need to know to be successful

by on October 2, 2021 0
Despite the volatility and uncertainty of the South African economy at the moment, franchising remains a viable option for South African entrepreneurs who want to generate good income and create employment opportunities. In fact, franchising is seen as a highly achievable area of ​​potential growth in the South African economic sphere. The Franchising Association... Read More

September inflation climbs to 8.98% as food and energy prices rise

by on October 2, 2021 0
ISLAMABAD: Consumer inflation accelerated in September due to rising food and energy prices, remaining the upper ceiling of the central bank’s comfort zone for an eighth consecutive month. CPI inflation rose 8.98% year-on-year in September, from 8.35% in August and 9.04% in the corresponding month last year, Pakistan’s Bureau of Statistics reported on Friday.... Read More

Why food prices are high in Nigeria – Buhari

by on October 1, 2021 0
President Muhammadu Buhari said the significant surge in food prices in Nigeria is caused by middlemen who buy and hold basic necessities. The president said on Friday during a television broadcast to commemorate the 61st anniversary of Nigeria’s independence. The president’s comments come as prices of major staple foods (pulses, grains, protein and vegetables)... Read More

The activity of Turkish factories increases for the 4th consecutive month in September

by on October 1, 2021 0
Turkey’s manufacturing activity rose in September for a fourth consecutive month as production and new orders continued to accelerate and companies hired more staff, a survey found on Friday. Activity growth was slightly slower than in the previous month, with the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for Turkey’s manufacturing sector falling to 52.5 in September... Read More