Back in February, Congressman Jim Langevin spent a week touring various food-related businesses in his district and he’s back at it again, this time spreading the visits over the last week of September/first week of October.
Congressman Jim Langevin kicked off a tour of food-related businesses in Rhode Island on Monday with a press conference at Daniele, Inc. in Burrillville. The tour is designed to allow Langevin to meet leaders from agriculture, hospitality, manufacturing and food sales and discuss what tools they red to be successful and to help Rhode Island’s food economy grow.
On Monday, July 1, at 4 pm, the Food Bank will host a half-hour Twitter Town Hall in partnership with the USDA, RIDE, United Way and the City of Providence to promote the Summer Food Service Program, a federally funded program that provides free meals to children in need during the summer. Currently, 51,300 children [….]
If you love food and you’re an active Twitter or Instagram user you are probably well aware of #chefsincanada. For the third year in a row a group of Rhode Island chefs—Matthew Gennuso of Chez Pascal, Matt Jennings of Farmstead & La Laiterie, Ed Reposa of Thee Red Fez, Jake Rojas of Tallulah on Thames, [….]