Food News Roundup - Haiti, Cuba, Hunger, Top Chef, Nachos, and Opium

  • Rotten food donations leave Haitians hungry. [SunJournal]
  • Wal Mart Stores experiments with latin themed super store Mas Club, while Winn Dixie adds signs in Spanish and stocks ethnic merchandise. [WallStreetJournal]
  • Florida Chef Ron Duprat represents for Miami Haitians on upcoming season of Bravo's Top Chef [Bradenton Herald]
  • World recession means less food for Cubans. [CubaHeadlines]
  • Free nachos when you buy a pitcher at Flannigan's on Mondays. [NBCMiami]
  • On July 23rd Prive' and the Living Room Las Vegas - an offshoot of the Miami brands owned by the Opium Group were denied a liquor license renewal after allegations of prostitution, drug use, underage drinking and assault. [Fox5Vegas]
  • Opium Group's appeal of that decision will take place August 18th thanks to a two week extension for the owners to prepare. [LVRJ]
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