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Pedata RV Center Expands Inventory Offering New Line of Used RVs and Motorhomes at Wholesale Prices

Pedata RV Center has restocked its inventory with a new line of top quality used RVs and Motorhomes from top name brands at wholesale prices. Tucson, AZ – January 21, 2022 – Pedata RV Center is pleased to announce that it has recently expanded its inventory to offer a new line of Class A, Class B, and Class C used ...

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YC alum Dropee, a Malaysian B2B wholesale platform, lands $7 million Series A – TechCrunch

Another SME-focused startup in Southeast Asia has announced a funding round. dropee, a Malaysia-based B2B wholesale platform that also offers financial services, such as working capital loans, to SMEs, today announced that it has closed a Series A round totaling $7 million. the Y Combinator alum raised $3 million in equity and $4 million in debt, led by returning investor ...

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Birchalls launches most ambitious calendar of events yet

News LGW Hub food drink Birchall Foodservice, a leading food wholesaler delivering to caterers in the North and Midlands, has launched its 2022 customer events calendar. Kicking off with a salad bar workshop on January 25th which is being hosted in partnership with Rich Sauces, the founding member of Country Range will also host an ice cream workshop, a dysphagia ...

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Rising costs add to pandemic pain for small businesses

NEW YORK — In just two weeks, the cost of pecans for pies at Peggy Jean’s Pies in Columbia, Mo., jumped nearly 40%, perplexing co-owner Rebecca Miller and driving up the cost of business. Miller will soon have to raise the price of its Southern Pecan, Chocolate Bourbon and German Chocolate pies from $2 to $24. While pecans have risen ...

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This is why prescription drugs are so expensive

Oligopoly: a state of limited competition, in which a market is shared by a small number of producers or sellers. SALT LAKE CITY — Why are prescription drugs so expensive? An advocate for open access, transparency and competitive markets in the pharmaceutical industry shares his mind-blowing insights into the prescription drug industry and how insiders, whose job it is to ...

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Retailers claim Australian government is seizing COVID-19 RATs they have ordered

As Omicron spreads across the country, it is imperative that Amanda’s small team of health workers use RATs to test themselves regularly. Read more “While we use PPE – so we wear masks and shields – with the use of rapid antigen test kits, we could quickly find out whether a staff member has COVID or not. And if they ...

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Is this resilient farm-to-fork system a “proof of concept” for revolutionizing hospital nutrition?

An ambitious program launched by Chief Executive Santana Diaz at the University of California, Davis Medical Center in 2018 aimed to resolve one of healthcare’s most glaring contradictions – malnutrition which affects up to 50 percent of hospital patients worldwide. The farm-to-table chef planned to serve only healthy, organic foods sourced within 250 miles of the three Sacramento area hospitals, ...

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Tomato, Brinjal and Cauliflower Prices Rise

FE ONLINE REPORT | Posted: Jan. 09, 2022, 3:39 p.m. | Update: Jan. 09, 2022, 4:31 p.m. Prices for tomatoes, brinjals and cauliflower rose in food markets in Dhaka city on Sunday, adding to the woes of ordinary people. However, the prices of broilers, laying hens, red eggs, and Pakistani and sonali chickens remained stable. On Sunday, the broiler chicken ...

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Sonoma County Nursery Wholesalers Face Pandemic, Drought Challenges

Neve Bros., one of North Bay’s largest cut flower wholesalers, has experienced a roller coaster of supply chain challenges in running his Petaluma business during the pandemic from his 120-acre farm. When the coronavirus struck in March 2020, there was an immediate drop in supply as an estimated 80% of the country’s cut flowers are imported, most from Colombia. But ...

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California’s water systems are failing communities

Last summer, local drought emergencies were declared statewide, including in Santa Clara County, south of San Francisco Bay, which declared an emergency in July. There, some residents have seen their water bills skyrocket. Others have seen their taps dry up. “Santa Clara County is possibly one of the darkest and most dangerous counties in the state,” said Gary Kremen, vice ...

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