Vietnam’s TNI King Coffee Opens Its First Coffee-chain Store in the United States

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The coffee shop layout is designed to combine East-meet-West culture, reminiscent of the country and people of Vietnam. Grab & Go area provides a feeling of convenience and comfort to visitors. The coffee shop’s arrangement ensures to comply with current Covid-19 regulatory from States like mask mandate, social distancing and disinfect through the store frequently. 

At King Coffee – Anaheim offers visitors an extensive range of traditional Vietnamese coffee: Vietnamese Iced Coffee aka Café Sua Da, Vietnamese Black Iced Coffee, Egg Coffee along with other popular option like Caramel Macchiato, Café Latte, Americano, etc. Their hand-crafted drink is made entirely

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Greater Lowell Community Foundation promotes healthy eating during pandemic

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LOWELL — As COVID-19 has exacerbated food insecurity all around the region, the Greater Lowell Community Foundation has made it a priority to help the hungry put more healthy food on the table.

By providing recent grants to two local organizations — Mill City Grows in Lowell, and Gaining Ground in Concord — the GLCF is improving community access to organic fruits and vegetables during the pandemic through its COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund grants.

“These incredible nonprofit partners aim to increase the quality and quantity of fresh produce available to emergency-food programs in Greater Lowell,” said Jay Linnehan, GLCF president

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Who moved my cheese? The silent battle between vegetarians and vegans | Food

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The recent explosion in vegan food has not been without pushback. Mainly from bolshily indignant meat-eaters who take it as a personal affront. But could a far more peaceable group, vegetarians, also be finding all that vegan energy a bit, well, irritating?

Anecdotally, their beef (now seitan) is that the current zeitgeisty cool surrounding plant-based food is increasingly pushing vegetarian options off menus. Vegetarians are asking: who moved my cheese? They are seeing their halloumi burgers, sour cream-dressed burritos or blue cheese and mushroom wellingtons removed in favour of vegan meat-free dishes. There is low-level grumbling at this new

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Pandemic-trending chicken rentals now available in eastern Washington | Columbia Basin

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FORD – The adoption of kittens and puppies has reportedly increased by a significant margin during pandemic lockdowns. Though, chickens have apparently, the newest comfort animal after the pandemic began.

Pennsylvania-based Rent The Chicken is America’s largest chicken rental company, and it now has a satellite location in Ford, Washington which is 37 miles northwest of Spokane.

Owned by Phil and Jenn Tompkins, Rent The Chicken supplies hens to 26 U.S. states. The Tompkins family says they saw a 30 percent increase in hen rentals during the pandemic.

Last year, a Rent The Chicken homestead started by a Ford woman

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Saffron, the Vegetarian Eatery sets a debut date for Southeast Asian dishes in Chinatown

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Vegetarian fusion dishes inspired by Southeast Asian menus are very close to a debut in Chinatown, served inside a impressive high ceiling space, decorated wall-to-wall with imported artworks.

Saffron, The Vegetarian Eatery will unveil its 41,184-square-foot “elegant and calming” restaurant inside suite A at 3545 S. Decatur Boulevard, a short distance from Spring Mountain Road and replacing the Sichuan cuisine of Bund Shanghai, on Friday, May 28.

Overseen by W G Constructors, the creative team behind The X Pot at the Venetian, and Cafe Gabi, Hobak Korean BBQ, Yui Edomae Sushi in Chinatown, the 90-seat interior will feature a central

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School nutrition trending: USDA extends Seamless Summer Option

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In this month’s recap of the Top 5 most popular K-12 Food Management articles, USDA extends Seamless Summer Option through June 2022 to support reopened schools this fall ranked as the week’s top story. The National School Lunch Program Seamless Summer Meal Option is extended through June 30, 2022, meaning that schools that choose this option will receive higher-than-normal meal reimbursements for every meal they serve. Among other stories in this week’s gallery:

  • Sodexo unveils new middle school-focused foodiE Café; and
  • How New York City public schools have kept students—and city residents—fed during the pandemic.

In other

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