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Uruguay launches new citrus varieties

2020-11-26T11:54:18-03:00November 24, 2020|Categories: Food & Wines, Made In|Tags: , |

Four new mandarins and three new oranges are also being made available for overseas growers. The Uruguayan Citrus Consortium has launched a raft of new citrus varieties after more than 30 years of research and development. The range comprises four new mandarin varieties and three new orange varieties, covering a wide marketing window, that have [...]

Uruguay has it’s first unicorn company

2020-10-27T10:59:38-03:00October 13, 2020|Categories: Health, Science and Technology, Made In, Uruguayans to the World|Tags: , |

The fintech company dLocal was valued at over USD 1 billion, reflecting the potential of Uruguay's digital services sector. With a global approach, a vocation for innovation, and young talent as its main distinctive features, the Uruguayan fintech dLocal became the first Uruguayan unicorn company. This is a rating that emerging businesses receive when they exceed a valuation of [...]

10 things you didn’t know about sheep in Uruguay

2020-08-11T10:33:09-03:00August 11, 2020|Categories: Made In|Tags: , |

Better-known for cows rather than sheep, Uruguay isn’t New Zealand or Yorkshire but its ovine sector is definitely interesting and colourful. This month, we bring you just 10 things you probably didn’t know about sheep, lamb and wool in Uruguay, particularly as we head towards ExpoPrado, the country’s largest livestock show. 1- Lots of sheep. [...]

Tango Lovers’ I AM TANGO Will Be Broadcast August 1 on BroadwayWorld

2020-07-30T10:13:09-03:00July 28, 2020|Categories: Culture, Made In, Uruguayans around the world|Tags: , |

Multiple times awarded "Best Show of the Year" Tango Lovers Company will premiere on BroadwayWorld on August 1st. Tango Lovers' latest production "I am Tango" premiered for the first time in New York on March 2018 and last year, during its Euro-Asian tour, it was also presented by the most prestigious theater in Istanbul, Turkey. [...]

The world’s best vineyards for 2020 revealed

2020-07-24T13:31:47-03:00July 24, 2020|Categories: Food & Wines, Made In|Tags: , |

The comforting glug of wine into glass has been one of the few pleasures left to us during the long months of lockdown, but how much better to enjoy it on a sunlit winery terrace. The World's Best Vineyards awards, created to honor the finest in modern wine tourism, was meant to be held this [...]

Building Back Better – Greening dairy production in the Santa Lucia watershed of Uruguay

2020-07-16T17:38:59-03:00July 16, 2020|Categories: Food & Wines, Health, Science and Technology, Made In|Tags: , |

In the days of the COVID-19 pandemic, when hardship and uncertainty have hit many economic sectors around the world, including meat and dairy production, Uruguay’s management of a previous crisis lends hope for a sustainable recovery. Uruguay, a country of 3.5 million people, produces enough milk to supply about 20 million people and is a [...]

Gabriela Hearst to Show Spring 2021 Collection During Paris Fashion Week

2020-07-13T12:41:17-03:00July 13, 2020|Categories: Culture, Made In, Uruguayans around the world|Tags: , |

Sustainability and luxury with a conscience have long been hallmarks of her brand. As reported, Paris Fashion Week will take place this fall with physical shows, augmented by a digital platform. The spring 2021 women’s wear fashion week will be held from Sept. 28 to Oct. 6. Hearst’s show date hasn’t been set yet. The [...]

How to Make the Chivito, According to Uruguayan Chef Martín Lavecchia

2020-07-08T12:03:11-03:00July 8, 2020|Categories: Food & Wines, Made In|Tags: , |

The chivito is a uniquely Uruguayan sandwich. The English translation of the dish is “little goat,” but the recipe doesn’t call for the namesake ingredient. Culture Trip speaks with Uruguayan chef Martín Lavecchia to learn how to recreate the famous hearty classic Uruguayan dish at home. A chivito always consists of a slice of beef, [...]

5 Ways My Life is Healthier in Uruguay

2020-07-01T11:16:29-03:00July 1, 2020|Categories: Culture, Made In, Tourism|Tags: , , , , |

I moved to Uruguay in 2006 for a mix of reasons: a new adventure, a simpler life, and to invest in real estate. Healthier living wasn’t on my list. It was a side benefit I discovered once here. And now, it’s one of the things about Uruguay I appreciate most. How, specifically, does my expat [...]

Uruguay’s ‘Summer Hit,’ ‘Las rojas,’ ‘Mateína,’ Set for Cannes’ Producers Network

2020-06-23T11:14:49-03:00June 23, 2020|Categories: Culture, Made In, Uruguayans to the World|Tags: , , |

Pablo Stoll’s “Summer Hit,” Matías Lucchessi’s “Las rojas,” Joaquín Peñagaricano and Pablo Abdala’s “Mateína” are some of the Uruguayan projects at different stages participating in a spotlight at Cannes’ Producers Network on the Marché du Film’s digital platform on Tuesday 23. Five Uruguayan companies, Tarkiofilm, Cimarrón, Montelona, Nadador and Salado, have been selected by the [...]

The Promise of Uruguay

2020-06-10T12:53:41-03:00June 10, 2020|Categories: Food & Wines, Made In|Tags: , , , |

Something is incredibly familiar to me about Uruguay. It reminds me of Southern California in the 1970s when I was growing up. It seems so untouched and original. People are friendly. Ambiance is chilled and natural. Beaches are pristine like the countryside. It’s unspoiled. Of course, I have only been to Punta del Este a [...]

Uruguay is the first country to return to the set

2020-05-27T15:39:37-03:00May 27, 2020|Categories: Culture, Made In|Tags: , , , |

New Health and Safety Plan for the Audiovisual Industry lays the foundations for the sector to resume its activities After a period of inactivity due to the global pandemic, the Association of Film Producers and Directors of Uruguay (ASOPROD), the Business Chamber of Advertising Producers of Uruguay (CEPPU) and the Union of Technical and Professional [...]