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SYED FATTAHUL ALIM | Published: November 21, 2022 10:54:35 p.m. Rice being the staple food in Bangladesh, its price matters. And when the price keeps rising and never falling, rain or shine, it’s intriguing. In fact, there is no justifiable reason why the price of rice should increase in the middle of a harvest season. The government had reduced import ...

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Walmart offers $3.1 billion to settle opioid epidemic lawsuits –

Walmart has become the latest major drugstore chain in the United States to propose a settlement to resolve allegations that it contributed to the national opioid crisis by failing to regulate prescriptions at its outlets. The retail giant confirmed it had offered $3.1 billion to settle thousands of pending local and tribal state government lawsuits, adding to nearly $10 billion ...

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VIYA HAIR: The best choice for a lace ginger wig for everyday use

VIYA HAIR launches redhead wigs and human hair extensions for daily use. VIYA HAIR is a global online wholesaler of 100% human hair extensions, wigs and toupees for women and men. The company also offers quality products human hair ginger wig and bundles cheap human hair extensions. They are the leading hair supplier in the African American market. Yet they ...

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Tennessee Self-Distribution Recap for Brewers | Adams and Reese LLP

Tennessee statewide self-distribution began October 1, 2021 for brewers. Rob Pinson and yours truly have prepared the following summary of this revolutionary law. Enjoy brewing, self-distribution and earning money. In the words of Lee Brice, One thing is clear,by the looks of the crowd hereWe will need more beer What does the new law do? Entered into force on October ...

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Don’t bet against the latest super supermarket merger

Late Friday, May 7, the day before the 2022 Kentucky Derby was to take place, a chestnut colt named Rich Strike made the race roster after, quite literally, another horse pulled out of competition at the last minute. The next day, May 8, Rich Strike made his fortune: the ridiculously long, 80-1 longshot won the Derby, the world’s premier thoroughbred ...

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Joseph M. Lyons, retired president of the Philadelphia Council of Newspaper Unions and “muffin man” of Sea Isle City, has died at 82

Joseph M. Lyons, 82, of Horsham, retired president of Teamsters Local 169 and the Philadelphia Council of Newspaper Unions, and beloved “muffin man” of Sea Isle City, died Monday, Oct. a vasculitis in the university hospital. of Pennsylvania. A young storekeeper at the start of his union career in the 1960s, Mr. Lyons used his organizing skills and energetic personality ...

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Charlie’s Produce is building a new factory in the West Plains

Oct. 30 – Seattle-based Charlie’s Produce plans to build a new plant in the West Plains. Alex Plummer, executive vice president of Charlie’s Produce LLC, filed for a building permit with Spokane County to build a 72,000 square foot cold room warehouse and 12,000 square foot office at 6505 W. 40th Ave. Construction of the facility is expected to begin ...

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Ukraine and Moldova increase imports amid falling spot prices

Additional reporting by Luka Dimitrov LONDON (ICIS) – Business activity is picking up in Ukraine and Moldova as prices spur businesses to weather the storm. European gas traders are betting on a wide contango between spot prices and initial month prices to boost exports and inject gas into Ukraine. With a day-ahead TTF gas price at €76.40/MWh compared to the ...

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Dawn Foods executive predicts low-sugar baking trends

According to Adam Pawlick, vice president of R&D at Dawn Foods, Jackson, Michigan, increased sophistication around sugar reduction is a trend being driven by other food categories. Because different parts of the world are at different stages of the sugar reduction life cycle, consumers are unknowingly benefiting from a wider range of formulations that offer alternatives while maintaining a pleasant ...

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Power and Reliability Focused on Rural Areas – Inside INdiana Business

Brian Anderson is director of economic development for the Wabash Valley Power Authority. (courtesy of AgriNovus Indiana) The director of economic development for Indianapolis-based Wabash Valley Power Alliance says diversity in its power sources is critical to the power wholesaler’s reliability and predictability. Brian Anderson says these two factors help him promote Indiana to businesses that might want to locate ...

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Analysis: World Cup could be a pre-Christmas nightmare for UK supermarkets

Food retailers under strong pressure from cost inflation The World Cup and Christmas usually provide sales bargains Coincident events complicate logistics, spending habits LONDON, Oct 19 (Reuters) – The Winter World Cup has added a new level of uncertainty to Britain’s supermarket Christmas business outlook: how to persuade cash-strapped shoppers to buy yule logs and fancy cookies with beer and ...

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NOTICE: Long-awaited Cannabis Act review leaves gaps for industry

Breadcrumb Links Canada Illustrated are legal cannabis products. While a review of the Cannabis Act is underway, there are elements missing from the review that will leave the sector facing challenges. Photo by Bryan Passifium /Toronto Sun Content of the article MICHELLE EATON and NATHAN LISON Advertisement 2 This ad has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Content ...

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A military forger is imprisoned | Manufacture.net

A Brooklyn clothing and merchandise wholesaler that sold counterfeit U.S. military uniforms and gear from China has received a prison sentence 40 months after pleading guilty three years ago to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and trafficking in counterfeit goods. The wholesaler, Ramin Kohanbash, had led the development, manufacture and import of uniforms and equipment for the US military from ...

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Ukrainian food producers will have a dedicated shelf in UK supermarkets | New

Ukrainian food brands are in talks with major UK supermarkets to launch an initiative to support the war-ravaged country’s manufacturing sector. Ucare – a coalition of Ukrainian food producers, several government agencies and retail expert FoodTech Shelf – has confirmed that it is set to launch its “Ukrainian shelf” initiative with Asda. The organization was created to help foster relationships ...

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People struggle like vegetable prices; cereals cross the roof at mandis

Noida, October 8: Soaring prices of basic necessities have dealt a severe blow to the public who are already struggling to recover from the repercussions of the Covid-induced lockdowns imposed in phases since the start of 2020. Whether it’s vegetables or food grains, prices have skyrocketed as soon as they leave the farms into the kitchen of the common man. ...

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Burke: State and local regulations are paving the way for a safer cannabis market | Columnists

The Vermont Senate passed Bill 164 in October 2020, which notably launched the Cannabis Control Commission. The legislature tasked the council with regulating the production and sale of cannabis in Vermont. This month marks an important milestone in the evolution of the legal cannabis market in Vermont. On October 1, Vermont joined a growing list of states, including neighboring Maine ...

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Auction companies focus on battery health

“Anyone dealing with electric cars right now has a lot of battery questions, and making people feel comfortable with battery health is really important to selling them.” , said ADESA President John Hammer. Automotive News.Since adding the feature, ADESA has seen a 7-9% increase in conversion – when cars offered in auction channels actually sell – on vehicles with the ...

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Anheuser-Busch Delivers 360,000 Canisters of Emergency Drinking Water to Support Florida Hurricane Relief Efforts

At the request of the American Red Cross, Anheuser-Busch is delivering seven truckloads – more than 360,000 canisters – of emergency drinking water to help local communities prepare for Hurricane Ian in Florida. With employee safety being the primary concern, Anheuser-Busch is working closely with its local teams – including at its Jacksonville brewery – to ...

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Incentive travel industry adapts to pandemic-related norms

Ashley Lawson vividly remembers where she was when the United States declared COVID-19 a national emergency in March 2020. Lawson, vice president and managing partner of Achieve Incentives & Meetings, a Westlake-based global travel incentive company, was leading a trip to Playa del Carmen, Mexico when the chilling news broke. After managing travel arrangements out of the country, Lawson returned ...

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A Kanto Gem: Nippori Fabric Town for a Beautiful Day of Textured Delights

During the hot weather, my wife and I moved our long exercise walks to the wee hours of the morning. Our final walk took us to Nippori Station for breakfast, followed by a visit to nearby Nippori Fabric Town, a collection of nearly 90 stores serving retail and wholesale customers with fabrics and accessories for sewing and costume design. Story ...

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Gloucester-based shoe designer Gardiners wins national industry award

A designer shoe wholesaler based in Quedgeley Gardiner won the title of “Shoe Designer of the Year” at a prestigious awards ceremony honoring talent in the footwear industry. Hannah Stiles, employed by the family-owned footwear and apparel distributor, received the accolade for her stylish range direction with the comfort brand ‘Hush Puppies’. The global family name, “Hush Puppies”, is designed ...

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Party City Stock hopes for strong fourth quarter but risks remain (NYSE:PRTY)

pink color balloons, pink background. 3D illustration. chekyfoto/iStock via Getty Images Retailer and wholesaler of party supplies Party City’s (NYSE: PRTY) fate depends, to a large extent, on the Halloween season. This is especially true given the company’s relatively high leverage, with much of the debt trading below par. However, there are reasons to think that the company may have ...

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Governor Hochul gave campaign donors elite access — and results —: emails

Top aides to Governor Hochul have offered boutique access and customer service to deep-pocketed elite donors eager to further their business interests in the state, according to a review of emails. The 161 pages of emails show a vibrant buyer’s market for those interested in participating in the governor’s re-election campaign. Hochul has raised $34 million for his campaign so ...

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Colombian company seeks to expand – NBC Connecticut

Guillermo Herrera was born in Colombia in 1964, his family owned three flower farms in the country. “My dad and a group of 7 other friends pioneered cut flowers in Colombia,” Herrera said. As a young adult, Guillermo traveled to the United States to attend college, where he met his wife, Marcia. After getting married, the couple returned to Colombia ...

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This could be the biggest money-making opportunity of the decade

A change in mindset often occurs during periods of stock market volatility. Some investors go from trying to make money to trying to avoid losing it. The problem, however, is that times like these can offer great ways to make a profit – if you keep your eyes peeled. There is one particular area that many investors avoid or at ...

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South Africa Petroleum Industry Report 2022 with Sasol, TotalEnergies, Astron, BP, Engen and Shell, Easigas and Fuchs – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “The South African Oil Industry 2022” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report focuses on the manufacture of petroleum products from crude oil and natural gas in South Africa, as well as the wholesale and retail trade of these products. Information on the manufacture of lubricating oils and greases, primarily from other organic products, as ...

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FIR filed against two wholesalers in Odisha

Cuttack: An FIR has been filed against two drug wholesalers in the city here in connection with the sale of fake drugs for the treatment of high blood pressure. The drug inspector filed the FIR at Purighat police station here after pharmaceutical major Glenmark clarified that it had not manufactured the antihypertensive drugs – Telma-40 and Telma-AM – seized from ...

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Swipe right – what does SA wine have to do to make the world love it?

This year’s theme Cape Winethe flagship trade showcase for the South African wine industry presented by the generic export body Wines of South Africa (WOSA) in October, is “Sustainability 360”, the three pillars being “People, Place and Prosperity”, l he idea being to demonstrate to delegates how a ‘brighter and better future’ is being created for ‘those who are directly ...

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Maguro Mountain! This Ginza restaurant’s giant sashimi bowls are even bigger than promised

Why did we eat this mountain? Because it was there. Mr. Sato had a problem. Recently, we had heard that a certain restaurant chain based in the Osaka area had started opening branches in Tokyo. This chain is famous for its delicious tuna sashimiand therefore naturally our great reporter, Mr Satovolunteered to eat some, as he is far too diligent ...

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Jam today: Nigerians cash in on stifled Lagos traffic | Global development

Jshortly after 6 a.m., Omowumi Adekanmbi leaves the studio where she lives with her four children. An hour later, she’s at work in jammed morning traffic – her clients the frustrated Lagos commuters. Balancing a bowl on his head, Adekanmbi deftly hands over cans of soft drinks with one hand and retrieves naira banknotes with the other. When the bowl ...

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Impossible to make an omelette without breaking eggs: will farm to fork break European antitrust? | Jones Day

In short The situation: The European Commission (“EC”) is expected to publish guidelines regarding a newly introduced exemption from EU antitrust rules for certain agreements aimed at achieving EU sustainability goals in the agri-food supply chain. The guidelines will follow EC public consultation with agricultural and food industry stakeholders, including primary producers, processors, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and input suppliers. The ...

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Fish and chips price hike warning a week after UK heatwaves

Brits who like to have fun fish and chips after a long week, you could be in for a nasty surprise within weeks with prices set to skyrocket amid shortage fears. The cost of crisps could rise after suppliers warned that numerous heat waves this summer have hit potato crops in the UK. Experts have warned that the price of ...

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SpartanNash Associates Give Ba – GuruFocus.com

Food solutions company SpartanNash (the “Company”) (Nasdaq: SPTN) serves three communities around its headquarters by reactivating its Helping Hands Day this summer. At volunteer sites in West Michigan, Minneapolis, and Norfolk, Va., SpartanNash associates have completed and committed more than 3,300 hours of service to nonprofit partners. This press release is multimedia. See the full version here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220826005073/en/ (Photo: BusinessWire) ...

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Ahead of festive season, Pune FDA seizes harmful vanaspati oil worth ₹7 lakh

The Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) in Pune on Tuesday took action against harmful sellers of Vanaspati (Dalda) oil. He seized products worth ₹738,496 of sellers. As a pre-holiday season initiative, the FDA will closely monitor food items like candy, cooking oil and other items as sales of these items increase during the holiday season. FDA co-commissioner (food) Sanjay Naragude ...

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The Anatomy of a Scam – The New Indian Express

Express press service The anatomy of a scamHow the AAP government gave windfall benefits to the few Ever since The New Indian Express published the story of the Kejriwal government drafting a liquor policy to favor the few, this columnist has been inundated with calls and messages asking what could be wrong with a policy. which has helped bring down ...

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10 questions the Deputy Chief Minister refuses to answer – The New Indian Express

Express press service NEW DELHI: This newspaper’s story hit the bull’s eye on Friday with the CBI filing an FIR against Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and raiding his residence to gather more evidence in a case where the Delhi government allegedly “extended unwarranted gains and favors to liquor wholesalers in Delhi…to the detriment of state revenue”. This newspaper ...

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Why BJ’s Big Club Stock Just Jumped

What happened Shares of Wholesale Costco competitor BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings (BJ 7.17%) jumped 7.6% in afternoon trading on Thursday after the company beat analysts’ forecasts for its fiscal second quarter 2022 sales and earnings. Heading into earnings day, analysts had predicted BJ would earn just $0.80 a share on sales of $4.6 billion. Instead, BJ’s this morning reported adjusted ...

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Avante Agri-Products signs agreement with Singapore | Article

Avante Agri-Products has signed a new supply agreement with Singaporean wholesaler Bananah & Co which will allow the Philippine exporter to ship a range of fresh fruits. According to a report by business mirror, the Mindanao Development Authority facilitated the deal during a trade mission to Singapore. Avante Agri-Products will initially supply fresh pineapples and papayas, with a minimum of ...

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Mark Smith is the third generation owner of Smith’s Flowers in Midland

Mark Smith, 66, owns Smith’s Flowers & Gifts, located on Ashman Circle opposite Rite Aid in Midland. Smith said they sell the freshest flowers and green plants available in the Tri-Cities. They ship items worldwide. They have 5,000 square feet of gifts and homewares. Smith’s provides an all-day delivery service, every day except Sunday. Smith has seven employees. He graduated ...

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American Wholesale Furniture Company Announces Data Breach | Console and Associates, PC

On August 5, 2022, American Wholesale Furniture Company (“AWF”) reported a data breach to the State Attorney General’s office. At this early stage, little is known about the violation of the AWF; However, state data breach reporting laws require companies to report a breach whenever a consumer’s name and one or more of the following types of data are disclosed: ...

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The impacts of the new regional warehouse on C&S in Hatfield are unknown

Published: 08/08/2022 16:56:34 Modified: 08/08/2022 16:53:17 HATFIELD – A food distribution center that opened in Connecticut last September to serve one of the East Coast’s largest supply chains, comprising about 450 Stop & Shop supermarkets, could affect C&S Wholesale operations Grocers in the area. But how C&S is impacted by the 1 million square foot center at 1339 Tolland Turnpike ...

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Genesco Inc. (NYSE:GCO) Receives Consensus “Moderate Buy” Recommendation From Brokerages

Shares of Genesco Inc. (NYSE: GCO – Get a rating) earned a consensus “moderate buy” rating from the five rating agencies that cover the company, Marketbeat.com reports. One analyst rated the stock with a hold recommendation and three gave the company a buy recommendation. The year-over-year average price target among brokerages that have updated their coverage on the stock over ...

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Delhi liquor license: Officials talk to retailers and wholesalers

A meeting of Licence wholesale holders and retail alcohol stores took place at delhi Secretariat here on Thursday, during which officials solicited their suggestions on a new excise policy. Senior government officials, including the chief secretary, attended the meeting. The Delhi government has withdrawn its 2021-22 excise policy and decided to revert to the old excise regime to operate alcohol ...

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Ulta Beauty launches fund, showcasing the resilience of corporate venture capital – TechCrunch

In the past In recent years, venture capitalists have cemented their stature as a reliable source of venture capital funding. The number of companies launching investment weapons has exploded and the amount of new funds has continued to rise despite the current market volatility. Ulta Beauty, the largest chain of beauty stores in the United States, became the latest company ...

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UK farmers count costs as heatwave kills fruit and vegetable crops | Agriculture

The heatwave in the UK has killed fruit and vegetables on the vine as growers fear drought and further hot temperatures could ruin crops this year. Fruit and vegetable suppliers counted their losses after record high temperatures in July caused harvests to fail. Future hot summers are feared to affect Britain’s food security as producers feel the effects of the ...

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Editorial — Persistent state of crisis? The pandemic no longer justifies emergency orders in New York | Editorials

For a time, emergency orders have served New Yorkers well during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Swift action needed to be taken to respond to changing conditions regarding infection and hospitalization rates. In specific circumstances, the lengthy legislative process would harm public safety. The nature of the pandemic has changed, however, making emergency orders more necessary. If we find ourselves in ...

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Sana Commerce builds an online ordering portal for Food & Dairy Co

B2B e-commerce platform Sana Commerce says the Sydney Food & Dairy Co wholesaler has brought its ERP integrated ordering portal online. Last year, Sana Commerce designed and rolled out a new B2B online ordering portal for the leading food and beverage supplier. Food & Dairy Co is an Australian family business supplying produce to restaurants and cafes in the Sydney ...

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ExpressPrint expands operations in Malaysia

unveils AI-powered automation tool to increase profit margins for industry players Singapore’s leading print service provider, ExpressPrint, today announced its artificial intelligence (AI) software, PriceCal, which is poised to revolutionize the print industry. Designed by printers for printers, PriceCal was developed as a quick and easy tool to instantly increase business capabilities and capabilities, while unlocking business potential by connecting ...

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“With this hot weather, we are not even trying to force sales”

‘Easy to do’. This is the credo of Loek Smets of the Dutch wholesaler P. Smets in these high temperatures. “You can try to force things, but it’s no use. Trading is always flat when the weather is so nice,” he says. Smets customers are located within a radius of 150 km from the company in Geleen, thus in the ...

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Many cases of potential drug diversion go uninvestigated: report

Although one in 12 drug transactions containing controlled substances in US hospitals involve suspicious variations, only about half of those transactions are investigated. According to a recently published report, approximately 8% of drug transactions containing controlled substances (CS) in US hospitals have suspicious characteristics that may indicate drug diversion. The data is based on prescription transactions at more than 230 ...

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Costco’s $1.50 hot dog deal defied inflation, but fans say it ain’t what it used to be

Maya Miller/The Seattle Times (TNS) Fans of Costco’s hot dog combo can rest assured that the price won’t go up anytime soon, as CEO Craig Jelinek told CNBC on Monday. As food prices soar and inflation reaches record highs, even for wholesalers, Costco will maintain its iconic dog and beverage deal. The combo has cost $1.50 since it hit food ...

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Hospira is issuing a national voluntary recall for one lot of Propofol Injection, USP (containing Benzyl Alcohol) Emulsion, due to the potential presence of visible particulates.

NEW YORK, NY, July 13, 2022 Hospira, Inc., a Pfizer company, is voluntarily recalling one lot of Propofol Emulsion Injection, USP (containing benzyl alcohol), 100mL single-use capped glass vial; lot DX9067, at the user level due to a visible particle observed in a single vial during the annual review of retained samples. Risk Statement: Patients receiving the affected product are ...

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As new businesses open, others close due to inflation and supply chain issues

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – As new businesses open, it has been difficult for other businesses to stay afloat between supply chain issues and inflation. Some reports show that people don’t eat as much in restaurants. Some popular small businesses are making waves, while others are downsizing due to supply chain and labor shortages. On Saturday, a line wrapped around the construction ...

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BNPL fills the working capital gap of African SMEs

There is a huge working capital financing gap for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Africa’s emerging markets, estimated at around $340 billion by the World Bank. And to help keep businesses afloat, most business-to-business (B2B) businesses are tackling the problem by providing cash solutions to SMBs. Read more: FinTechs think big to help African SMEs find working capital But ...

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Good Drinks welcomes international stars!

Good Drinks has teamed up with a duo of international stars to exclusively distribute its range across Australia. The deal with Molson Coors and Magners will see Good Drinks distribute brands including Miller Chill, Miller Genuine Draft, Coors, Molson Canadian and Magners Irish Cider. Good Drinks Managing Director John Hoedemaker says it’s exciting to bring these iconic brands into the ...

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Could cities partner with western farmers to alleviate the water crisis?

“Are you going to run out of water?” is the first question people ask when they find out I’m from Arizona. The answer is that some people have already had it, others will soon and it will get worse without drastic changes. Unsustainable water practices, drought and climate change are driving this crisis in the Southwest United States. States are ...

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TO’s two dispensaries are moving away from selling recreational pot

The two medical cannabis dispensaries in Thousand Oaks have one final step to take in their attempt to start selling recreational cannabis. City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday night to introduce an ordinance allowing Leaf Dispensary and Legendary Organics to do so. The ordinance must be adopted by the council at its meeting on Tuesday. This would change the city’s current ...

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Jesta IS launches Vision 22 to optimize global supply chains and product journeys from concept to consumer

MONTREAL–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jesta IS Inc., a global developer of modular cloud and unified ERP solutions for retailers, e-tailers, wholesalers and branded manufacturers, is thrilled to announce a major software upgrade Vision Continued. Vision 22 introduces many new features and includes significant improvements in its four core areas of focus. The powerful new capabilities will optimize supply chains and product journeys from ...

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Fixing the national market system: more regulation is not the solution

JohnnyGreig/E+ via Getty Images Introduction There are concrete and explicit ways for the private sector to improve the structure of securities markets. More SEC regulation is not the answer. The SEC’s approach to a fix – ban this and that – will only lead to another goat rodeo like the current National Market System (NMS). Moreover, changes in the private ...

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Sashimi vending machines in Japan attract new customers

KANAZAWA, Japan — Two brand-new vending machines selling sashimi, small pieces of fresh raw fish, recently debuted in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture on the Sea of ​​Japan coast. Food dispensers are the latest innovation in Japan’s rich vending machine culture. Sashimi vending machines appeared in Ohmicho Ichiba, a market known as “Kanazawa’s kitchen”, earlier this month. Sashimi vending machines were set ...

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Alliance Entertainment to merge with acquisition of SPAC Adara

By Will Feuer Alliance Entertainment Holding Corp., a distributor and wholesaler of music, movies and other entertainment, has agreed to merge with special-purpose acquisition company Adara Acquisition Corp. Upon completion of the transaction, expected in the fourth quarter, the combined company will be listed on the US New York Stock Exchange under the symbol AENT. The deal values ​​the combined ...

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Rail strikes are ‘another blow’ for Scottish wholesalers

This week’s nationwide rail strikes are expected to be “another blow” to Scottish retailers and wholesalers. Almost 90% of ScotRail services will be canceled on Tuesday 21, Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June, with city center venues expected to bear the brunt of the impact of the strikes. Nathan Rowan, director of consumer affairs at Dunns Food and Drinks, said ...

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Earn $228 per hour in your free time

DIY work has powerful economic forces behind it. You can participate or invest. Renovation (photo by Dawn Arlotta, Smith Collection/Gado) Getty Images I broke the mirror of my pick-up. To replace it (parts, labor, taxes) my friendly dealer wanted $431. There would be a wait, as parts had to be ordered and openings in the service schedule were rare. Impatient, ...

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Primark shoppers insist they ‘need’ a perfect £10 hammock for the summer weather

With summer bringing scorching weather, many of us will be looking to make the most of it outdoors – so buyers were delighted with one of the Primark latest products. The main street behemoth is renowned for being the perfect place to grab a bargain or two, whether it’s in their Disney-inspired boutique. range of summer clothes or their extensive ...

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Analysis: Inventory glut is the supply chain kickstarter

This, of course, prompted TP manufacturers to produce more and stores to order more. But here’s the thing. People weren’t going to the toilet any more than usual, so now the rolls are piling up. Look around and you’ll find a great deal on toilet paper at almost any retailer. Something similar happened for truckloads and other commodity warehouses. With ...

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Retailers and wholesalers reap 100% profit citing economic crisis and POL prices

Islamabad: Retailers and wholesalers are reaping 100% profit under cover of the current state of the country’s economy, but the local management has literally failed to solve this problem for more than three and a half years. The local management has failed to establish a separate department on price control issues, therefore retailers and wholesalers are looting the public with ...

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Martin’s potato rolls face boycott calls over landlord policy

Placeholder while loading article actions From the Middle East to the Midwest, thousands of restaurants rely on breads and buns produced by Martin’s Famous Pastry Shoppe, a family-run Pennsylvania-based wholesaler whose chewy potato rolls have become the favorite sandwich base for countless chefs. Major national chains like Shake Shack and the Hard Rock Cafe use Martin’s products, according to the ...

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‘Tsunami of cost increases’: Nova Scotia farmers grapple with soaring inflation

As Tim Marsh gazes out over the fields in front of his farm in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, he worries about what the future holds for his industry. Marsh said input costs over the past six months have been unprecedented, with farming necessities like diesel, fertilizer and herbicide costing exponentially more than last year. “The price of any of these ...

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Single-use plastic ban in Mandi from July 1: The Tribune India

Tribune press service Mandi, June 5 Mandi District Magistrate Arindam Chaudhary said single-use plastic items will be completely banned in Mandi District from July 1. No traders, wholesalers, retailers, hawkers and street vendors would be allowed to sell or use any type of single-use plastic products in the district. Chaudhari issued these instructions on Saturday, in exercise of ...

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Sauce Magazine – Bob’s Seafood in University City is permanently closing

Bob’s Seafood in University City is closing permanently By Nicky Althoff // June 2, 2022 Bob’s Seafood, the longtime seafood wholesaler and retailer at 8660 Olive Blvd. in University City, will close Saturday, June 4, due to an eminent domain seizure by University town. “We’ve fought tooth and nail to stay open,” Chief Executive Josiah Badenoch said, “but the government ...

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Des Moines’ BLK & Bold Co-Founders Appear on “The Ellen Show” Thursday

Local business BLK & Bold Specialty Coffee Roasters is celebrating four years in business with a national television appearance this week. On Thursday, BLK & Bold co-founders Rod Johnson and Pernell Cezar will appear on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” as part of the program’s final season. BLACK and bold is a specialty coffee roaster and tea wholesaler from which Johnson ...

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Using His Abuela Recipe, This RI Founder Markets Traditional Puerto Rican Coquito

How did you start selling your coquito? Regino: I was a bartender for a long time and mixology has always been one of my passions. (Regino now works for the city of East Providence as an urban planner.) But my wife and I started making coquito in our kitchen and selling it to people who wanted it. After a while, ...

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SEC Fines Ameriprise Affiliate $5 Million in Variable Annuity Case

By Katryna Perera (May 25, 2022, 5:58 p.m. EDT) — The United States Securities and Exchange Commission announced Wednesday that it has fined broker-dealer RiverSource Distributors Inc. $5 million for allegedly changing or improperly replaced variable annuities, in the first enforcement proceeding relating to a section of the Investment Company Act of 1940. Without admitting or denying the allegations, RiverSource ...

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Tanfield Group raises more funds to fight legal battle for control of Snorkel

The Tanfield Group could raise a further £2m for legal battles at home and in the US in which it vies to retain control of its stake in cherry picking company Snorkel. The group told the London Stock Exchange it had issued a new loan note of up to £2m which attracted subscriptions of £950,000, including £700,000 from its investors ...

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wsu Cougar Baseball ends pac-12 season on a high

Hello. Your Washington State Cougars baseball team did something over the weekend that they had never done in their storied history, sweeping a three-game series over the Arizona State Sun Devils with a resounding 10-3 win. Over Thursday/Friday/Saturday, WSU — playing its best baseball of the season — beat ASU 22-9 and hit double digits in each of the final ...

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Latest news on Russia and the war in Ukraine

Italy submits peace plan for Ukraine to UN Italy’s foreign minister said Italy had submitted a peace plan for Ukraine to UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres. Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio told a Council of Europe meeting in Turin, Italy that the plan submitted on Thursday calls for local ceasefires to evacuate civilians along the humanitarian corridors and creates the conditions ...

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BIMI INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL INC. : Change of Directors or Principal Officers, Financial Statements and Schedules (Form 8-K)

Article 5.02 Departure of directors or certain officers; Election of directors; Appointment of certain leaders; Compensatory provisions of certain executives. On May 12, 2022the board of directors (the “Board”) of BIMI Medical International Inc. (the “Company”) elected Ms. Sammi wins Seok Ang as an independent director of the Company with immediate effect to fill a position that recently became vacant ...

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