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Science: What can it do for the Sustainable Devel...
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are taking shape, with the zero draft of 17 proposed goals published last month and now being revised for the UN General Assembly this September. This is part...
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UN General Assembly
Online Grocer Door to Door Organics Expands Chica...
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Door to Door Organics, a leading natural and organic online grocer, today announced expanded service from a new warehouse in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood. The company,...
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Kitchen in Marshall a beautiful sight
Business has been busy, said owner Jason Mueller of Morris. "People are coming to check it out and see what we have to offer," he said. In addition to the Marshall location, Mueller is owner and...
Read more at Marshall Independent
Malaysian firms generate RM57 million sales at Au...
Malaysian firms generate RM57 million sales at Australia food fair Published: 22 September 2014 High traffic of visitors are seen at the Fine Food Australia expo. – Picture courtesy of Fine Food...
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Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation
Federal Land Development Authority
Newstart no start when diet, friends and health g...
One in four people on the dole for more than a year in inner Sydney have been forced to beg on the streets, and six in 10 have approached a charity for help, says a grim new academic study into life...
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University of Technology Sydney
University of Technology Sydney
Indoors or out: Readers respond to cat debate
DEAR JOAN: Don't be a wimp. You know you are correct. Good for you for yelling. Eventually the owners get the message or the problem is solved by a cruel death by other animals or automobiles or a...
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US Federal Reserve
Amma Canteen warms cold Delhi’s Pongal
Updated: January 13, 2014 09:20 IST The Hindu ON A PLATTER: People at the ‘Amma Unavagam’ Pongal celebration 2014 at Tamil Nadu Bhawan, in New Delhi on Sunday. Photo: Sushil Kumar Verma THIS is good...
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Rustic Steakhouse plans new changes in upcoming m...
Bill Rappley, owner of the Rustic Steakhouse and Saloon in St. Charles, is shown here in the new outdoor courtyard. The business has also added a new seasonal room, and has plans for a new menu and...
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St. Charles High School
Royal Farms quietly grows from dairy business
On Wednesday, the city approved a $1.25 million, five-year agreement for Royal Farms to serve as title sponsor for the Baltimore Arena, to be known starting Nov. 1 as Royal Farms Arena. The move,...
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Royal Farms Arena
National Association of Convenience Stores
United States Marine Corps
Cuba to privatize 9,000 restaurants
HAVANA: The Cuban government announced plans on Friday (Sep 19) to sell nearly 9,000 state-owned restaurants to private operators, the latest step in the communist island's economic reforms. Cubans...
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Food prices climb again
... expect this winter I think we're going to see some pretty strong produce prices coming out of California,” said Sunripe grocery store owner Will Willemsen. That's because one of the most severe...
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Chatham Daily News
First 'food bike' hits the streets of Kelowna
You've heard of food trucks and food carts, well how about food bikes? What's being billed as North America's first self-contained, fully operational street food kitchens are making their debut on...
Read more at Kelowna Capital News
Root Kitchen and Wine Bar opens on Chattanooga's ...
Root Kitchen and Wine Bar will mark its grand opening on Friday, in the corner that Elemental occupied for more than a year and a half at 2 North Shore. The new eatery started serving low-country and...
Read more at Chattanooga Times Free Press
More Chinese food safety questions
It has been widely reported that workers at a Chinese subsidiary of Aurora-based OSI Group were videotaped packaging out-of-date chicken and beef products, including meat that was picked up from the...
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Wall Street Journal
Foxconn workers in Brazil strike over pay, lack o...
Strike started on September 11th, salaries unchanged since 2012Workers at a Foxconn factory in Brazil are on strike, potentially affecting shipments of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The strike, by...
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Filmmaker Thibaut Fagonde lets the farmers have a...
Why does someone become a farmer? For Greg Johnsman of Geechie Boy Market & Mill, the only ones who choose the job are those who "have a screw loose or can't follow directions well." For others, like...
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US Federal Reserve
the Sundance Film Festival
Economic Policy Treats Symptoms, Not Underlying C...
Take a look at the breathtaking array of government policies designed to fix every conceivable problem citizens might encounter. Look at the laws governing labor unions, minimum wage laws,...
Read more at Zero Hedge
Hilltops wines on show
Hilltops wine growers gathered at Ballinaclash Orchard and Cellar Door in Young for their wine awards lunch on Sunday, in what was a perfect spring afternoon. Hilltops wine growers gathered at...
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Astros Announce Major Renovations to Mazda Club L...
Working with the team's hospitality partner Aramark, the entire Mazda Club Level will receive a floor-to-ceiling makeover, including new flooring and paint. The food and beverage stands will be...
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Do you always get what you pay for? How consumers...
Consumers are willing to spend thousands of dollars for luxury brand watches such as Rolex and Cartier because they are synonymous with high quality. But does this mean that inexpensive watches made...
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