Latest Brazil Food News

New Orleans Jazz Fest food for 2014: What's in, what's out and what's Brazilian
"Especially the Barbecue Beef Po-Boy, which went over really, really great," the food director said. "It rapidly became in some people's top five." Brazil is the featured country this year at the festival, and New Orleans restaurant Carmo will be there …
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Can Starbucks Brew Up Another Strong Quarter?
The La Boulange rollout has been well covered on this site, explaining how the new food menu is designed to draw more customers into stores in the later dayparts, when traffic is usually lighter. Last month, CFO Scott Maw told Food Business News that …
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Brazilian Swap Rates Rise From One-Week Low on Inflation Outlook
Brazil's swap rates climbed from a one-week low as economists surveyed by the central bank forecast for the first time that inflation will exceed the upper limit of the official target this year. Swap rates on contracts maturing in January 2017 …
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Strong Beverage Stock Earnings Lift Consumer ETFs
Still, two cola as well as food bellwethers – Coca Cola Co. (KO – Analyst … The structural changes (bottler merger in Brazil and the sale of a 51% stake in the Philippines bottler) accomplished in 2013 will likely mar 2014 net sales and operating …
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Who Will Pay for Climate Change Disaster?

Who Will Pay for Climate Change Disaster?
Risk of food insecurity and the breakdown of food systems linked to warming, drought, flooding, and precipitation variability and extremes, particularly for poorer populations in urban and rural settings. "vi. Risk of loss of rural livelihoods and …
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Females in Charge
Neotrogla were first described in 2010, after ecologist Rodrigo Ferreira from the Federal University of Lavras in Brazil spotted them in the country's caves and entomologist Charles Lienhard at the Geneva Museum of Natural History in Switzerland …
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Is Dilip Shanghvi's big bet worth the risk?
Ranbaxy has had its share of trouble with the United States Food & Drug Administration, or FDA; as a result, four of its Indian factories are barred from selling in the US, the world's largest market. Now, as the dust settles down, there is near …
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Latest Cafe News

Counter Cafe to Open a Second Location on East 6th
Tiny and beloved Counter Cafe has joined the East 6th restaurant boom. A sign outside 1914 East 6th, a former post office, declares Counter Cafe is "coming soon," and a call to the restaurant confirmed that they are opening a second location. No …
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World Cafe Next: SACCO
This week's World Cafe: Next entry is a San Diego psych-rock band started by friends Andy Breihan and John Fredericks. After relocating to Brooklyn, the pair and drummer Chris Tromley recorded their debut within sight of the ocean on Long Island, just …
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Nonprofit café to employ the previously homeless
The organization is looking forward to expanding client services through the opening of its café. “This support will really help us expand not only the job support but the number of jobs we can provide for people who were formerly homeless,” said Tod …
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Latest Cafe News

VPR Cafe: Waterbury Rebounds
When Tropical Storm Irene hit Vermont, it hit Waterbury hard – wiping out the state office complex and the jobs that filled it. The small town's economy was temporarily erased. But now, a variety of restaurants and pubs have put Waterbury back on the map.
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Courtney Barnett On World Cafe
Courtney Barnett is an extraordinary songwriter from Melbourne, Australia, whose two EPs were recently combined for U.S. release as The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas. This self-described "hard-working slacker" combines witty wordplay with emotional …
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No Laptops, No Wi-Fi: How One Cafe Fired Up Sales
Customers chat, read the paper and order sandwiches and espresso drinks at the counter of August First Bakery & Cafe in Burlington, Vt., but there's something different here. Where there used to be the familiar glow of laptop screens and the clicking …
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Holiday specials for South America, Russia, Greece, Turkey and more

Holiday specials for South America, Russia, Greece, Turkey and more
See Argentina and Brazil on a nine-day escorted tour from $ 3999 a person (departing Sydney ) and save $ 1000 when you book by May 6. The tour, which includes return economy airfares with LAN Airlines, departs on August 20 or 29 and includes visits to …
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Eat Your Way Slim: The Plant-Based Diet Plan
Try: Food for Life Ezekiel 4.9 English Muffins. Lunch: Brown rice with mung beans and fermented vegetables. … How-to: Blend zucchini, Brazil nuts, tahini, lemon juice, and mint. Garnish with chili flakes. Dinner: Raw cauliflower tabouleh with …
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Nelson Paviotti has worn his team colours every day for 20 years.
Mr Paviotti also claims he only eats green or yellow food. He has painted … The devotee, who lives in Campinas in São Paulo state, is confident this summer's tournament will be a success – whether Brazil become champions for a sixth time or not …
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Kristin Chenoweth to perform at Veritage Miami dinner

Kristin Chenoweth to perform at Veritage Miami dinner
Tweet your way to a free meal at Giraffas in Midtown as the fast-casual Brazilian restaurant hosts a tweetup on Tuesday night. The first 70 people who send an email confirmation to RSVP@giraffas.com will be invited to come in at 7 p.m. for dinner on …
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MALDEN READS Dinner series heads for Bossa Nova
The Malden Eats/ Malden Reads community Dining Series continues on Tuesday, April 22, at Bossa Nova, the Brazilian restaurant located at 290 Main Street. Join fellow Maldonians for a fun and relaxing meal. We encourage diners to include conversation …
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Coconut milk makes waves in tropical dishes
A specialty of the Afro-Brazilian state of Bahia, moqueca is a shrimp or fish coconut milk stew with cashews and ginger. At Esperanto, a Brazilian restaurant in New York's East Village, chef Cesar Guevara serves moqueca and also a shrimp coconut milk …
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Latest Brazil Food News

Rising World Food Prices Spell Trouble for Biofuels
Much-needed rain in Brazil has brought down sugar futures recently, though prices are still up from the beginning of the year due to drought conditions. Along the same lines, oilseed futures have been on the rise as reserves have been steadily dropping.
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NexSteppe's Palo Alto High Biomass Sorghum Emerges as Key Solution to
This is common practice in Brazil for everything from sugar and ethanol production to grain drying to food processing. As a result of the significant drought this year, Brazil is experiencing a shortage of hydropower, its main energy source. NexSteppe …
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Bank of America's Big Loss
German Firm Sells Heat Exchanger Operations to Funds Advised by Triton | The GEA Group said the deal valued the unit at about $ 1.8 billion and was part of its strategy to focus on supplying systems to the food industry. DealBook ». Symantec … Brazil …
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Garr Turns To Buddha After Bad Lunch At Saigon Café

Garr Turns To Buddha After Bad Lunch At Saigon Café
Robin Garr ate dinner at Saigon Café "about a year ago," and recently bestirred himself to give the restaurant another visit. His lunch did not go as well as his Spring 2013 dinner. A "pattern of slip-ups" including a tofu-less tofu dish makes Garr …
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Restaurant Inspections: Noodles & Co., KFC, Cafe New Orleans, Keystone
Rappahannock Area Health District (RAHD) officials recently inspected food preparation and storage in Fredericksburg. Full reports can be accessed on the health department's website. A "critical violation" is one that "poses a direct or immediate …
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Latest Restaurants News

Darden Restaurants Hit With Shareholder Suit Over Bylaws
Law360, New York (April 14, 2014, 3:16 PM ET) — A Birmingham, Ala., pension fund lodged a proposed class action against Darden Restaurants Inc.'s board members in Florida state court on Friday, alleging that the company's recent change in bylaws …
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UPDATED: Eight Groton restaurants cited for serving alcohol to minors
Groton — Eight restaurants and bars have been cited for allegedly selling alcohol to minors Saturday night during checks of 22 businesses, town police and the state Department of Consumer Protection said Monday. The alcohol sales compliance checks …
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Cafes Dish Up Comfort Food While Serving a Cause

Cafes Dish Up Comfort Food While Serving a Cause
Need an excuse to indulge in a cup of Mayan-spiced drinking chocolate, a buttery scone or a smoked turkey sandwich on homemade ciabatta? Look no further than the nearest cafe with a cause, nonprofit social enterprises where comfort food goes full …
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Hotel Domestique plans café
Chef Adam Cooke, the executive chef at Hotel Domestique's season-focused Restaurant 17, will open Café 17 later this spring. The café will feature gourmet coffee, pastries, baked goods, vegetables from the hotel's recently completed gardens and a …
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Corner Bakery Cafe cooks up 17 new C. Fla. sites
Dallas-based Corner Bakery Cafe announced April 9 it has signed a new multi-unit development agreement with Winter Park-based franchisee Holm Bake LLC. The new franchisee plans to open its first 17 restaurants in the Orlando area next year and could …
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