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Surge in Emergency Air Lifts Due to Increasing Conflicts

Surge in Emergency Air Lifts Due to Increasing Conflicts

admin July 23, 2014 Comments Off on Surge in Emergency Air Lifts Due to Increasing Conflicts

According to reports of the World Food Program more conflicts in the first half of the year have produced a huge rush in emergency situation air dropping of food to the people trapped in remote areas.

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Panera Plans to Revolutionize Fast Food Industry

Panera Plans to Revolutionize Fast Food Industry

admin July 22, 2014 Comments Off on Panera Plans to Revolutionize Fast Food Industry

As a part of a drive to improve customer experience, Missouri-based Panera has introduced Panera 2.0 which is a novel ordering system that the company handed out to its stores this April. Using this

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Indoor Farming Has the Possibility to Resolve World Food Shortage Says Mirai CEO

Indoor Farming Has the Possibility to Resolve World Food Shortage Says Mirai CEO

admin July 22, 2014 Comments Off on Indoor Farming Has the Possibility to Resolve World Food Shortage Says Mirai CEO

Mirai Co Ltd. CEO and plan physiologist Shigeharu Shimamura has built the world’s biggest indoor farm. The world’s largest farm comprises of 25,000 sq ft of ultramodern garden beds that cultivate with the help

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Changes in Food Label Proposed by FDA Not Enough, Say Health Officials

Changes in Food Label Proposed by FDA Not Enough, Say Health Officials

admin July 18, 2014 Comments Off on Changes in Food Label Proposed by FDA Not Enough, Say Health Officials

Labels on the food packages that provide nutritional facts of the product like the ingredients contained in the food and levels of nutrients don’t clarify how the food is good for consumption. According to

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Why Food Is So Costly in Australia Compared with Other Countries

Why Food Is So Costly in Australia Compared with Other Countries

admin July 14, 2014 Comments Off on Why Food Is So Costly in Australia Compared with Other Countries

According to the Worldwide Cost of Living 2014 survey, which was conducted by the economist intelligence unit, Sydney was in the fifth position in the list of the most expensive cities of the world

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New Study Links Obesity to Density of Fast-food Joints

New Study Links Obesity to Density of Fast-food Joints

admin July 11, 2014 Comments Off on New Study Links Obesity to Density of Fast-food Joints

A new study hints that localities having a great number of fast-food joints are not where the weight conscious people should live. This study comes to the conclusion that the standard Body Mass Index

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9 Food Stores Get Shut Down Orders for Violating Food Safety Laws

9 Food Stores Get Shut Down Orders for Violating Food Safety Laws

admin July 8, 2014 Comments Off on 9 Food Stores Get Shut Down Orders for Violating Food Safety Laws

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (or FSAI) handed out shutting down orders on 9 food stores in the month of June for violation of laws that are in place for food safety. Among the 9

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All Food Businesses in Christchurch Unlicensed

All Food Businesses in Christchurch Unlicensed

admin July 7, 2014 Comments Off on All Food Businesses in Christchurch Unlicensed

Cafes in Christchurch have got outlaw standing following delays by the council that have left all food businesses of the city unregistered. According to the cafes, manufacturers and food suppliers their present food licenses

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1200 Tons of Illegally Hoarded Rice and Pulses Recovered

1200 Tons of Illegally Hoarded Rice and Pulses Recovered

admin July 2, 2014 Comments Off on 1200 Tons of Illegally Hoarded Rice and Pulses Recovered

In a raid carried out throughout Delhi, the food and civil supplies department recovered rice and pulses of 1200 tons that had been hoarded illegally. A small amount of stored potatoes and onions were

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Bill to Abolish Ban on Bare-Hand Handling of Food Passed

Bill to Abolish Ban on Bare-Hand Handling of Food Passed

admin June 27, 2014 Comments Off on Bill to Abolish Ban on Bare-Hand Handling of Food Passed

As per a bill that’s headed for the governor’s desk Californian chefs & bartenders are able to resume lawfully handling foodstuff with bare hands. This bill will abolish a disliked regulation, signed by Gov.

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