He’s a son of privilege who hosted The Apprentice, courted the populist vote and attacks his critics on social media. Now in power, he’s overseeing cutbacks and privatisation. Is he destined for Brazil’s top job?
Its official name is farinata, but critics had another name for it: human pet food.
Made from expired staple foods such as pasta and flour, the dish prompted an immediate backlash when the mayor of São Paulo, João Doria, suggested it as a way to feed the poor people and schoolchildren of South America’s largest city.