Traditional Brazilian sweets regain a prominent place in restaurants and confectioneries – 05/23/2022 – Food

Traditional Brazilian sweets regain a prominent place in restaurants and confectioneries - 05/23/2022 - Food

Part of the traditional Brazilian sweets, the one that the Portuguese brought and adapted to the ingredients that were around here with the recipe of “fruit, sugar, fire and only”, is no longer restricted to the domestic sphere or regional production. With the pomp they deserve, our sweets are finally taking pride of place among … Read more

You don’t have to be an athlete to explore the Camino de Santiago – 18/05/2022 – Tourism

You don't have to be an athlete to explore the Camino de Santiago - 18/05/2022 - Tourism

Lying on the ground, leaning on the pillars, the pilgrims make the historic center of Santiago de Compostela, a World Heritage Site and capital of Galicia, in the north-west of Spain, a space for contemplation. The nine recognized routes to get there are marked in Praça do Obradoiro, coming from the four corners and joined … Read more

US infant formula shortage leaves parents desperate – 5/11/2022 – World

US infant formula shortage leaves parents desperate - 5/11/2022 - World

Last Tuesday (10), ​Maricella Marquez gave her three-year-old daughter a smaller-than-usual portion of the infant formula the little girl needs to stay healthy — she suffers from a rare allergic esophageal disease. The family lives on the outskirts of San Antonio, in southern Texas, one of the cities hardest hit by the national infant formula … Read more

Punta Cana has full service all-inclusive resorts – 04/05/2022 – Tourism

Punta Cana has full service all-inclusive resorts - 04/05/2022 - Tourism

Heavenly beaches, usually with calm waters and thousands of coconut palms on the fine sand, accompanied by drinks and food (of all, of all kinds) and with a concierge who takes care of everything. This is the routine of tourists staying at resorts in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, a destination that allows guests to leave … Read more

Destroyed by barons, Vale do Café recovers with special beans – 09/05/2022 – Food

Destroyed by barons, Vale do Café recovers with special beans - 09/05/2022 - Food

Anyone who takes the Presidente Dutra Highway, which connects São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro, still cuts through the same bald landscape, basically made up of mountains covered in grass. But just take the secondary roads that lead to Vale do Café, on the Rio de Janeiro portion of the way, to understand that this … Read more

Russian women come to Brazil for childbirth tourism to give citizenship to children – 04/09/2022 – World

Russian women come to Brazil for childbirth tourism to give citizenship to children - 04/09/2022 - World

Pregnant with her fourth child, Russian lawyer Alena Tcherepanova, 41, swapped the Siberian winter for summer in São Paulo and immediately noticed the difference in her body. “As soon as I arrived the swelling went down, my skin, my hair, my nails, everything got better. I no longer had to wear as many clothes as … Read more

Vegetable inflation makes vegetarian change menu – 05/05/2022 – Mercado

Vegetable inflation makes vegetarian change menu - 05/05/2022 - Mercado

Replace fruits and vegetables, research prices more and reduce trips to restaurants. In times of food shortages, these measures became part of the routine of economist Luiza Botelho de Souza, 32. The São Paulo resident is a vegetarian, one of the strata of consumers most affected by the hortifruti inflation, which gained strength in the … Read more