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A Day in the Life: Vinh Phat Oriental Foods
Vinh Phat Oriental Foods & Gifts is the place to go for dragon fruit, kabocha pumpkins and taro. The 30-year-old Asian grocery in the Far East Plaza Shopping Center, at 12351 Florida Blvd., carries a variety of unique food and products from China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia. It's co-owned by Nam and Judy Thai, who operate it with the help of their son, Michael Thai.
Big in Texas
When MAPP Construction's new Dallas-based public relations firm sent out an announcement last month introducing itself and also MAPP's recent hires in the company's Dallas office, it raised the question: What exactly is the Baton Rouge firm doing in Texas? Turns out, a lot.
Take a look at some of the Capital Region's digital entities and companies.
Behind the camera
Boeing to end pensions for non-union workers
Economy added 175,000 jobs in February