Rémy Martin Distills Art Through Augmented Reality App to Promote Its Cognac

Another branding team has stepped up to the bar to order a tall glass of augmented reality for its marketing campaign, this time through a mobile app for Rémy Martin VSOP Limited Edition cognac. Continue reading Rémy Martin Distills Art Through Augmented Reality App to Promote Its Cognac

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Carrefour Launches New Gourmet Store In Spain

Carrefour Spain has announced that it has opened a new Gourmet store concept in its Alicante’s Mercado de Finestrat.

The latest addition to its Carrefour Gourmet brand will mean the direct creation of over 50 new jobs, according to Carrefour. Continue reading Carrefour Launches New Gourmet Store In Spain

The UK’s Very First Trappist Ale Has Been Brewed

Henry VIII has a lot to answer for, but the lack of monastic brewing in Britain probably isn’t the first thing that springs to mind. Yet had the Tudor monarch not  decreed the Dissolution of the Monasteries, perhaps it would not have taken us until the 21st Century to get our first Trappist brewery. Still, better late than never. Monks at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey in Leicestershire this week revealed their Tynt Meadow beer – the world’s first English Trappist Ale, on sale from today. Continue reading The UK’s Very First Trappist Ale Has Been Brewed

Oman Currently Secures Approximately 60 Percent Of Its Food Needs From International Markets

Approximately 60 per cent of Oman’s food needs are met by international markets, according to a new report released by Oman’s Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Export (Ithraa). Continue reading Oman Currently Secures Approximately 60 Percent Of Its Food Needs From International Markets

Liberia Jollof Has Been Declared the Best in this Years Washington DC Jollof Festival

Liberia Jollof has been declared the best in this years Washington DC Jollof Festival, July 7, 2018, held at Union Market in District of Columbia (DC). Continue reading Liberia Jollof Has Been Declared the Best in this Years Washington DC Jollof Festival

How The Super Food Boom Is Impacting Ecuador’s Farmers

Quinoa has been grown and eaten in the Andes of South America for thousands of years since the Incas first domesticated it. But world consumption skyrocketed after 2013 when the UN declared it “The Year of Quinoa” and the plant’s health benefits – gluten-free, high in protein and omega oils – became more widely known. Continue reading How The Super Food Boom Is Impacting Ecuador’s Farmers