Business notes for the week of June 20 – The Virginian-Pilot

Tea Chesapeake Alliance, a nonprofit organization that supports business initiatives in the city, announced the board of directors for its recently formed Leadership Circle. They include Amy HarrisHammond Insurance; Dan BellHampton Roads Innovation Collaborative; David RoppRoppCorp; Ellen ColeyReavesColey; Eric StitchlerHeartland Construction; JD MilesJD Miles Roofing; Kevin CosgroveHunter Andrews Kurth; Lindsey Riddle ElliottRiddle and Associates; Pete … Read more

Vietnamese cuisine seduces French guests | Culture-Sports

Vietnam’s Ambassador to France Dinh Toàn Thang and 5th District Mayor Florence Berthout deliver the festival’s opening speech. Photo: VNA Paris (VNA) – The Vietnam Food Festival 2022 was organized on June 18 at Place Monge in the 5th arrondissement of Paris by the Vietnamese Association in France (UGVF) in collaboration with Foyer Vietnam. This … Read more

Milan designers invoke joy, nostalgia in menswear | Lifestyles: Food, Home, Health

By COLLEEN BARRY – AP Fashion Writer MILAN (AP) — Denim, fringe and chunky rubber sliders. These are the elements of next year’s summer wardrobe emerging from the second day Saturday of Milan Fashion Week menswear previews. Temperatures in Milan were unusually high and the fashion crowd scooted from show to show with the thermometer … Read more

EXPLAINER: How did Russia-Ukraine war trigger a food crisis? | Health

World food prices were already climbing, and the war made things worse, preventing some 20 million tons of Ukrainian grain from getting to the Middle East, North Africa and parts of Asia. “This needs to happen in the next couple of months (or) it’s going to be horrific,” said Anna Nagurney, who studies crisis management … Read more

EXPLAINER: How Did Russia-Ukraine War Trigger a Food Crisis? | Business News

By KELVIN CHAN and PAUL WISEMAN, AP Business Writers LONDON (AP) — Russianhostilities in Ukraine are preventing grain from leaving the “breadbasket of the world” and making food more expensive across the globe, threatening to worsen shortages, hunger and political instability in developing countries. Together, Russia and Ukraine export nearly a third of the world’s … Read more

NYC restaurants cut portions to fight inflation

Big Apple restaurateurs are fighting inflation by shrinking portion sizes and switching out costly ingredients in a bid to avoid hiking already-stiff menu prices. At Noir, a supper club in Chelsea, executive chef John Dewine made the “tough decision” to raise some prices while keeping other dishes — already pricey — the same. Maine lobster … Read more

These could be the next hot food and drink trends

Pasta is coming back in different shapes and flavors, drinking vinegar is cool, and comfort food favorites like pancakes are being made with new ingredients. That’s according to the hundreds of items on display at the Summer Fancy Food Show, a trade show that has gained a reputation for being a place to spot the … Read more

Lyre’s Non-alcoholic Spirits Announced As 2022 Dry July Campaign Partner

Tuesday, 14 June 2022, 3:21 pmPress Release: Lyres AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – JUNE 14, 2022: The world’s leading non-alcoholic spirits brand, Lyre’s, is proud to announce its support of Dry July NZ Trust, today confirming its role as the 2022 Dry July campaign partner. This June and July, the team at Lyre’s are on a … Read more