Tag: July

July Food News in LA

Here’s what’s going on in July in Los Angeles.

Uncool Opens in Larchmont Village

Uncool, a new smashburger concept, has opened in Larchmont Village. The new restaurant from Blurred Lines Hospitality Co. has an open design and lots of outdoor seating in the back patio. Highlights of the menu are the unique smashburgers which can also be ordered with a vegan Impossible patty, as well as morning comfort foods, chicken sandwiches, vegan milkshakes and seasonal fruit hand pies, located at 139 ½ N. Larchmont Boulevard, open Monday – Thursday 11am – 11pm, Friday – Sunday 10am to midnight.

Clio Coffee

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Food Business News – July 7, 2020


Cash sugar market activity continued
at a steady pace last week with new sales
indicated at prices within quoted ranges.
Softness in refined cane sugar prices first
evident a couple weeks ago persisted.
Bulk refined beet sugar for 202021 was offered steady at 36.5¢ a lb f.o.b.
Midwest by multiple processors with offer periods varying from marketing year
to calendar year. Beet sugar was offered
steady at 38¢ a lb f.o.b. Michigan.
Bulk refined cane sugar was offered

Beet and cane sugar
f.o.b. plant, cents per lb
- Change from -
July 2
June 26 June 
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Food Security and Nutrition & other topics – Daily Briefing (13 July 2020)

Noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.


– Food Security and Nutrition
– Syria
– Central African Republic
– Yemen
– Libya
– Mali
– COVID-19/Peacekeeping
– COVID-19/Philippines
– COVID-19/Kazakhstan
– COVID-19/Organized Crime
– Resident Coordinators
– High-Level Political Forum
– Rise For All

The latest edition of the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World, published today, estimates that almost 690 million people went hungry in 2019 – up by 10 million from 2018, and by nearly 60 million in five years. That is up by 10 million from 2018,

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