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Treat yourself this weekend and explore the delicious brunches Riyadh has to offer.…

Friday brunches are one of the best ways to spend time with family and friends as you share a leisurely meal. From live cooking stations to live entertainment, below are some of the very best lazy weekend meals in the capital.

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Al Orjouan

If you are looking for a more up-market Friday brunch in Riyadh, Al Orjouan at The Ritz-Carlton is a sophisticated and cosy all-rounder. Savour delicious Antipasti filled with a selection of cold cuts, smoked salmon and marinated vegetables, a selection of fresh patisseries, and a hearty spread of contemporary dishes and local delights. Junior guests are not forgotten, with special-sized entrees and dishes.

Al Orjouan, The Ritz-Carlton Riyadh, Makkah Al Mukarramah Rd, Al Hada Area, Riyadh 11493, Friday Buffet Brunch noon to 5pm. Sar325

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BYND Stock: Is It A Buy As Reddit Traders Add To Meme Stocks Rally?

Since its start over 10 years ago, Beyond Meat (BYND) has emerged as the leader in plant-based meat alternatives. The vegan meat company’s product line can now be found in more than 80 countries in 122,000 retail and food service locations. After its May 2019 IPO launch, BYND stock rocketed 859% to all-time highs a few months later.




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News of a big distribution deal in January provided a temporary boost for Beyond stock. But is BYND stock a buy now? It’s key to analyze the vegan meat company’s fundamental and technical picture first.

BYND Stock Joins Meme Stocks Rally; Jumps On Upgrade

Beyond Meat stock jumped more than 11% on May 27 as it looks to break its downtrend. Beyond’s move appears to be fueled by the Reddit meme stocks trend. Members of popular Reddit board WallStreetBets have catapulted GameStop (GME) and AMC

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Insurers add food to coverage menu as way to improve health

When COVID-19 first swarmed the United States, one health insurer called some customers with a question: Do you have enough to eat?



Chef Jermaine Wall stacks containers of soups at Community Servings, which prepares and delivers scratch-made, medically tailored meals to individuals & families living with critical & chronic illnesses, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. Food is a growing focus for insurers as they look to improve the health of the people they cover and cut costs. Insurers first started covering Community Servings meals about five years ago, and CEO David Waters says they now cover close to 40%. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)


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Chef Jermaine Wall stacks containers of soups at Community Servings, which prepares and delivers scratch-made, medically tailored meals to individuals & families living with critical & chronic illnesses, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. Food is a growing focus for insurers as they look to improve the health of the people they cover and cut costs. Insurers first started covering Community Servings meals about five years ago, and CEO David Waters says they now cover close to 40%. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Oscar Health wanted to know if people had adequate food for the next couple weeks and how they planned to stay stocked up while hunkering down at home.

“We’ve seen time and again, the lack of good

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