• International Food

    How to Eat Around the World in Wichita: An International Food Guide

    Wichita is deeply rooted with many unique cultures. Through the years, the city has been a cultural hub that fused traditions and flavors. The diversity has made international dining in Wichita a popular part of our local food scene. Nearly 400 restaurants, food trucks and other food vendors in the area account for the eclectic international offerings we are fortunate to have. The beauty of it is, they all have their own style, recipes, fusions and takes on dishes that create opportunities for us to try something we may have never had before. Whether you consider them “authentic” or close  

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    Big topics from around the world in 2021: Ethylene oxide, COVID-19 impact, global outbreaks

    – ANALYSIS – A trio of issues that featured in the news agenda of 2020 carried into 2021 and none of them are out of sight yet. Coronavirus, the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, and ethylene oxide contamination are sure to demand coverage as we head into 2022. 2021 also gave us a glimpse into how pathogens don’t respect borders, Group B Streptococcus in Hong Kong, edible insect developments, and another year of big Salmonella outbreaks in the UK. 1) Impact of COVID-19 measures on foodborne infections Some research has been done and more is ongoing to analyze the  

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  • Coffee News

    Thoughts on ‘Deforestation-Free’ Coffee as World Leaders Tackle Climate ChangeDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

    On Tuesday, Nov. 2, the COP26 climate summit’s first major deal among 100 world leaders involved a commitment to end or reverse deforestation by 2030. Supported by an approximately $19 billion commitment announced in Glasgow, Scotland, the herculean task would require nations to significantly reevaluate their economic trade and sustainable land management strategies. Industrial agriculture alone is responsible for approximately 80% of all tropical deforestation, contributing to record-breaking tree cover loss in recent years. The coffee industry has historically played a part in deforestation, but does also have the unique opportunity to incorporate sustainable forest management practices into  

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  • International Food

    Explore the world at UNK’s International Food Festival | Local News

    The Scott D. Morris International Food and Cultural Festival features food and drink from 11 different countries, along with traditional and modern performances and country-specific booths with games and educational activities. The Scott D. Morris International Food and Cultural Festival features food and drink from 11 different countries, along with traditional and modern performances and country-specific booths with games and educational activities. TYLER ELLYSON, UNK Communications KEARNEY — The University of Nebraska at Kearney will kick off International Education Week by hosting  

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  • Coffee News

    Here Are the 2021 World Coffee Champions, Including Barista Champ Diego Campos of ColombiaDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

    2021 World Barista Champion Diego Campos of Colombia. All images courtesy of World Coffee Events. Following intense competition from scores of international competitors in Milan, Italy, the world has three new coffee champions, including 2021 World Barista Champion Diego Campos of Colombia. Matt Winton of Switzerland has earned the title of 2021 World Brewers Cup Champion, and Kyoungha (Charlie) Chu of Australia took the top spot in the 2021 World Cup Tasters Championship. 2021 World Cup Tasters Champion Kyoungha (Charlie) Chu of Australia. The events, coordinated by the Specialty Coffee Association‘s World Coffee Events group, took place  

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  • Fat Free Food

    Wave of New Plant-Based Protein Products Hitting Chain Restaurants Around the World

    VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — USA News Group – New options for plant-based proteins and meat alternatives are sprouting up in restaurants and grocery stores around the globe. According to a recent NY Times piece, these include multi-billion dollar chain Peet’s Coffee adding a mung-bean based vegan breakfast sandwich to its menu, soft-serve shop 16 Handles, collaborating with Oatly Group AB (NASDAQ:OTLY), and Panda Express adding a faux chicken item from Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) to its menu. In order to meet this increasing demand, many will be turning to the innovators in the space, including Oatly 

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    World food prices hit 10-year peak -FAO

    PARIS, Oct 7 (Reuters) – World food prices rose for a second consecutive month in September to reach a 10-year peak, driven by gains for cereals and vegetable oils, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday. The Rome-based Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) also projected record global cereal production in 2021, but said this would be outpaced by forecast consumption. FAO’s food price index, which tracks international prices of the most globally traded food commodities, averaged 130.0 points last month, the highest reading since September 2011, according to the agency’s data. The figure compared with a revised 128.5 for  

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