Monthly Archives: August 2022

Sri Lankan president to present first budget in hopes of IMF loan

by on August 29, 2022 0
Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe looks on during an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Secretariat, amid the country’s economic crisis, in Colombo, Sri Lanka August 18, 2022. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register COLOMBO, Aug 30 (Reuters) – Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe will cut defense and other... Read More

New tool aims to boost food security in Africa – Food Tank

by on August 29, 2022 0
Gro Intelligence, a company using artificial intelligence to analyze agricultural and climate data, recently launched the Food Security Tracker for Africa with support from the Rockefeller Foundation. The Food Security Tracker for Africa is based on Gro Intelligence’s global data and analytics platform. It provides data and information on factors related to food security... Read More

How theme parks decide the menu

by on August 26, 2022 0
I’m what they call a rollercoaster enthusiast (or nerd, if you want to drop the niceties). I’m such a fan that you can show me any photo of a roller coaster, and I can tell you the manufacturer just by the design of the train and the track. Not necessarily impressive since any enthusiast... Read More

Coinswitch Kuber Raid ED Crypto Money Laundering Instant Loan App Scam WazirX Vauld

by on August 26, 2022 0
CoinSwitch Kuber, one of India’s largest crypto exchanges, was reportedly raided by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) earlier this week for allegedly being involved in a money laundering scam. money-based instant micro-loan applications. However, on Saturday, the platform’s CEO, Ashish Singhal, denied that ED’s visit to its offices in Bengaluru was unrelated to money laundering... Read More

On the menu — Panini For Ten Thursday Food Readers

by on August 25, 2022 0
Three of four delicious Butcher Block Panini with Stonewall Kitchen condiments. Left to right: Stonewall Kitchen Ham and Provolone with Maine Maple Champagne Mustard, Pastrami and Mozzarella with Stonewall Kitchen Buttermilk Cracked Peppercorn Dressing, and Stonewall Kitchen Turkey and Provolone with Apple Cranberry Chutney. (Photo: Joseph Wellington) There was a definite buzz last Thursday,... Read More

Who is eligible for student loan forgiveness?

by on August 24, 2022 0
Document with student loan waiver title. Getty Images/iStockphoto Student borrowers finally got an answer on student loan forgiveness. President Biden made an official announcement on student loan forgiveness on Wednesday after saying for months that he was looking closely at reducing student debt. Despite calls from some Democratic lawmakers to cancel up to $50,000... Read More

Wendy’s changes franchisee | Local company

by on August 24, 2022 0
FOR Quick Service Holdings Ltd, the food and franchise businesses have been profitable. Following the successful launch this month of T&T’s first grocer, the Piarco-based Food Hall, which is their first local franchise, and with two foreign franchises already under their belt, Pita Pit and Domino’s, the company has added its third foreign franchise... Read More

Fresh Start Student Loan Program for Defaulting Borrowers: How it Works

by on August 22, 2022 0
The Biden administration recently shared more details about its “Fresh Start” initiative, a plan first announced in April that will help 7.5 million student borrowers who have defaulted on their loans return to a plan. reimbursement in “rule”. Here’s what you need to know. On Wednesday, the Department of Education’s federal student aid office... Read More

Ham and eggs? Massachusetts and California engage in self-imposed food price inflation – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

by on August 19, 2022 0
Ham and eggs? Massachusetts and California engage in self-imposed food price inflation Posted at 11:38 am on Friday, August 19, 2022 By SID SALTER/Syndicated Columnist Next time you’re in Boston, it might make sense on many fronts to stick with chowder and lobster rolls over ham and eggs. Are you going to California? Let... Read More

With a new non-vegetarian and vegetarian menu, Ministry Of Crab is set to become the go-to restaurant for all crab lovers in Mumbai

by on August 19, 2022 0
Mumbai being a city bordered by the Arabian Sea, is full of seafood joints. From freshly caught fish to clams, hole-in-the-wall restaurants, gourmet restaurants and every place in between can provide dishes caught in the net of the fisherman at sunrise. Among them, crabs are a specialty. So when a restaurant has a name... Read More

5 factors that affect your eligibility for a personal loan

by on August 18, 2022 0
Personal loans are unsecured forms of credit offered by NBFCs and financial institutions based on various conditional factors including income level, repayment capacity, occupation and credit history. This loan allows borrowers to meet their financial needs. However, there are strict eligibility criteria specific to personal loans from lenders through which they determine your credit... Read More

Eggs Up Grill continues its explosive growth and signs the largest development agreement in the history of the brand

by on August 17, 2022 0
Pictured, left to right: Ron Donaldson, Jr., Ron Donaldson and Avery Donaldson Former Subway, Checkers Franchisee Alliance Food Group signs deal for 30 locations in Metro Dallas-Fort Worth Spartanburg, SC (RestaurantNews.com) egg grill, a growing breakfast, brunch and lunch concept, has signed its largest development deal in the brand’s history, and the only such... Read More

Pokemoto signs three new franchise agreements in Connecticut

by on August 16, 2022 0
Pokemoto, Muscle Maker, Inc. (Nasdaq: GRILL) expanding the Hawaiian poke bowl restaurant concept, today announced that it has signed three additional franchise agreements in the Connecticut market. The three new agreements signed bring Pokemoto’s presence in Connecticut to 18 Pokemoto locations (10 currently open and 8 future franchise locations). This signing brings the total... Read More

Deadline Approaches for California Public Service Workers Eligible for Student Loan Forgiveness

by on August 16, 2022 0
Eligible California public service workers have until October 31, 2022 to apply for federal student loan forgiveness. Nearly one million Californians can take advantage of this debt relief, but only 10,000 have been approved so far, according to state attorney general Rob Bonta. In a press release, Bonta reminded Californians to take the opportunity... Read More

Huey Magoo’s Announces Grand Opening in Downtown Orlando on Wednesday, August 17

by on August 15, 2022 0
America’s Tastiest and Fastest Growing Chicken Tender Brand Celebrates Latest Grand Opening in Central Florida and 32nd Company-Wide Store Official Ribbon Cutting: Wednesday, August 17 at 10:30 a.m. Orlando, Florida (RestaurantNews.com) Huey Magoo’s – the “Filet Mignon Of Chicken®” – is celebrating its new franchise store with the grand opening in downtown Orlando, Fla.... Read More

Britons are spending less on food amid a cost of living crisis – here are some tips for saving money at the supermarket

by on August 15, 2022 0
BRITS are spending less on food – but are not as prepared as their European neighbors to forgo eating out, research has found. An in-depth survey of 12,000 adults from the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and Greece has revealed how different countries are adopting various food tactics to help ease the crisis... Read More

Salt Bae’s mentor flamboyantly debons meat in Mrieħel, then discusses Maltese and Turkish history in Mdina

by on August 14, 2022 0
The Turkish butcher who taught famed Salt Bae for more than a decade is in Malta slicing meat flanks and delving into the countries shared history. Cuneyt Asan, dubbed “the world’s fastest butcher” and “the meat teacher”, attended the opening of Ottoman + by Posh Turkish at their new restaurant in Quad Towers, Mrieħel.... Read More

Omakase by Yanaga offers a 25-course tasting menu chosen by Philadelphia’s “Sushi Whisperer”

by on August 12, 2022 0
After major construction delays, Kevin Yanaga – otherwise known as the “Sushi Whisperer” – has opened the second half of his dual-concept restaurant in Fishtown. Omakase by Yanaga is a small, intimate dining experience with eight seats and a 25-course chef’s tasting menu. The first half of the restaurant, Izakaya by Yanaga, opened in... Read More

Where to eat in Washington – NBC4 Washington

by on August 11, 2022 0
Restaurant week is a summer dining tradition almost on par with heaps of blue crab. An assortment of restaurants will offer deals for brunches and multi-course lunches ($25) or dinners ($40-55). Some have menus with wine pairings, specialty cocktails, and takeout options. It’s back Monday August 15th through Sunday August 21st – and it’s... Read More

Jason Anderson named President of Office Evolution

by on August 11, 2022 0
WEST PALM BEACH, FL, Aug. 11, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — United Franchise Group™ (UFG) announced that Jason Anderson has been named President of Office Evolution. The flexible workspace franchise joined UFG’s Coworks™ division in May of this year. Anderson is also Chairman of Coworks and Chief Strategy Officer of United Franchise Group. Under his leadership,... Read More

Taiwan’s JustKitchen Leverages Technology to Optimize Operations | Taiwan News

by on August 9, 2022 0
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Ghost kitchen operator specializing in delivery-only brands JustKitchen (JK) said Monday (August 8) that it is seeking to optimize its operations by continuing to develop its technology. The company plans to continue investing in its JustKitchen operating system platform (JKOS), lightweight point-of-sale system (LPOS), franchise and food ordering... Read More

‘The cost of food has quadrupled’: Chicago shelters say inflation is pushing more people to use their services

by on August 4, 2022 0
CHICAGO (SCS) — Inflation impacts everyday Americans, but for those who live paycheck to paycheck, the effects are harsher. The city’s latest data shows that more than 4,400 Chicago residents are already homeless. CBS 2’s Sabrina Franza reports from a shelter in Old Town where the need for community services has increased dramatically. In... Read More

Bob Evans Restaurants Expands American Values ​​Platform with ‘Sunrise Savers’ Breakfast Menu

by on August 3, 2022 0
Customers can put more on their table for less with breakfast classics starting at $4.99 New Albany, Ohio (RestaurantNews.com) In response to the continued economic pressure felt by people across the United States, Bob Evans Restaurants is expanding its American Values ​​Platform which gives customers a way to enjoy high-quality, farm-fresh food at an... Read More