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Colabor Announces Date of Third Quarter 2021 Results Conference Call

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. BOUCHERVILLE, Quebec, 08 Oct 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Groupe Colabor inc. (TSX: GCL) (“Colabor” or the “Company”) will release its results for the third quarter ended September 4, 2021, after market close on Thursday, October 14, 2021. A conference call to discuss these results will be held on ...

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Parfetts almost doubles the Go Local range with 58 new lines | New

Parfetts almost doubles its own “Go Local” label range with the deployment of more than 50 new products. The new wave of products hitting shelves this month consists of 58 new items, which range from impulse categories to household items, such as soft drinks, energy drinks, snacks and pet food. of company. These products will be placed alongside the existing ...

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Tech Startup Taps Indonesia’s $ 300 Billion Small Store Sector

With an average size of only 15 square meters, Indonesian warungs may be small in size, but these roadside stalls play an oversized role in Southeast Asia’s largest economy with a consultancy firm. North Ridge Partners estimates they contribute nearly 80% of the country’s $ 380 billion retail market sales. This is roughly eight times the $ 37 billion generated ...

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Pleasanton City Council Should Declare Water Emergency

through: TONY HICK, Bay City News Posted: Oct 5, 2021 / 11:19 a.m. PDT / Update: Oct 5, 2021 / 11:19 a.m. PDT PLEASANTON, Calif. (BCN) – On Tuesday, Pleasanton City Council will likely declare a local drought emergency, declare a Stage 2 water shortage and demand that customers in Pleasanton reduce their water use by 15%. The move follows ...

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The Daily Herald – Local charities and wholesalers to discuss joint food campaign

The NPOs that donate food in Saint-Martin came together in a workshop organized by NPOwer and Freegan Food Foundation to address the issue of food sustainability for people in need. PHILIPSBURG – Local organizations that provide food assistance to children through daycares, afternoon school programs and foster homes, as well as seniors and families living in poverty, are exploring a ...

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Democrats’ tax plans worry high-income business owners

Larger closed businesses would face a series of overlapping tax increases under the Democratic proposals, which would increase burdens on high-income owners of S partnerships and corporations. The plan, detailed in September by the House Ways and Means Committee, aims to raise around $ 2 trillion over a decade to extend the social safety net and tackle climate change. The ...

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Sinema leaves DC for high-end corporate fundraiser as she blocks Biden’s expense bill – Mother Jones

Senator Kyrsten Sinema, D-Arizona, leaves the Senate before meeting Joe Biden at the White House on September 28, 2021. J. Scott Applewhite / AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Register for free Mother Jones bulletin. As Congressional Democrats frantically tried to reach a deal on passing President Joe Biden’s $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill ...

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Meat tycoon shows off sausage while shooting gun

Here is a title from the Daily mail: It is not about secret beef room at the supposedly vegetal Eleven Madison Park restaurant. This is 56-year-old meat millionaire Evan Wexler, whose beef credits notably as CEO of Meat Innovations Inc. and COO of Steakhouse Elite. Fox News describe him as a “second generation butcher turned supermarket wholesaler of premium burgers ...

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3 best potted stocks to buy right now

The legalization of marijuana in the United States could trigger one of the biggest growth trends in history. Even though pot has only been legalized in about half of the states for medical or recreational purposes (or both), New Frontier Data estimates that the U.S. market for legal weed will grow 16% on an average annual basis. until 2025. This ...

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09/30/2021 | A week in business – October 1, 2021

Preferred WOC Park & ​​Ride option for a large-scale workforce housing complex; Project of 54 people planned on Dorchester Street OCEAN CITY – Ocean City is working on identifying potential locations for one or more affordable seasonal workforce housing projects and the West Ocean City Park & ​​Ride has become the frontrunner. On Tuesday, the mayor and council heard a ...

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Sinema to raise funds from business groups opposing budget bill

WASHINGTON – Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, the impenetrable Democrat who may hold the key to passing his party’s ambitious social policy and climate bill, is expected to hold a fundraiser on Tuesday after midday with five business lobby groups, many of whom fiercely oppose the bill. Under the political logo of Ms. Sinema, the influential National Association of Wholesalers-Distributors and ...

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Shira Diamonds Offers Wholesale Diamonds and Custom Rings in Dallas

Shira Diamonds, a company based in Dallas, TX, is pleased to announce that it offers custom rings and wholesale diamonds in dallas. They offer Bulk Diamonds, Custom Diamond Rings, Wholesale Diamond Rings, and Diamond Jewelry at competitive wholesale prices. Shira Diamonds only works with the most reputable diamond mines. As such, they have a wide range of diamond nails, loose ...

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Surplus food market with opening of the “Pay what you feel” policy to fight against food insecurity

Starting October 1, a Rescued Food Market will open in Vancouver, British Columbia, to provide surplus food to those in need as well as those looking to fight food waste and promote a healthy lifestyle. circular economy. Gathered by the Food reserve foundation, the market will be open every Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The foundation collects more ...

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Op-Ed: Potty Dispensaries Can Bring More Green To NJ

I was recently in Los Angeles visiting family in the San Fernando Valley. California legalized recreational pot for adult use in 2016. Now there are dispensaries tucked away in malls, across from car washes, and on main avenues in suburban towns. I visited two – strictly for research purposes, mind you – to get a taste of the new green ...

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Shortage of truck drivers impacting Nottingham pubs and restaurants

Truck driver shortages are impacting Nottingham’s hotel business as many pubs and restaurant kitchens wait for supplies. Fish and chips is not on the menu at the Shepherds Pub in Radcliffe on Trent, while other restaurant chefs say many items that would normally be easy to obtain are temporarily unavailable. Customers also reported seeing several items off the menus due ...

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Hyderabad: fruit sellers, depressed workforce

Hyderabad: With the closure of the Kothapet fruit market on Sunday and the government’s decision to relocate it to Batasingaram, vendors, wholesalers, hamalis, commissionaires and workers are depressed. Their main concern is the cost of transport. They alleged that the new Batasingaram market lacks proper equipment. With the market closing, sellers are wondering how to sell their stock. The vendors ...

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The city’s first skyscraper had a short-lived title

Editor’s Note: Check back The Dallas Morning News Archive. When it opened in 1909, the Praetorian Building towered over downtown Dallas. Built at Main Street and Stone Place, it was Dallas’ first 15-story skyscraper. The structure was the tallest building in Texas – and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. If anyone looked at Dallas, they saw the ...

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City Supply Profits From Rise In Electronic Commerce And Continues To Adapt To New Trends | Texas

HOUSTON, September 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – City Supply Company, Inc, founded in 1946 as a small downtown plumbing supply distributor Houston has evolved into one of the largest online plumbing wholesalers in North America. The company was a pioneer in e-commerce and this online retailer now offers thousands of plumbing products as well as industrial tools such as ...

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Costco’s e-commerce sales up 44.4% year-on-year

Costco reported fourth-quarter e-commerce profits up 11.2% year-on-year and 44.4% for its fiscal year, according to a Press release. Costco executive vice president and chief financial officer Richard A. Galanti said the company has seen its mobile app reach more than 10 million downloads. “It is continually improving with additional features to come,” he said, by a transcription of a ...

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State sues major Minnesota egg farmer, accuses it of price hikes in pandemic

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is suing Sparboe Farms, alleging the Litchfield-based egg farmer scammed consumers during the pandemic’s initial food-buying spree. Sparboe retaliates, saying the attorney general’s office either does not understand how the industry works or wrongly blames it for forces beyond the control of the company. It is the latest in a series of lawsuits filed against ...

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That cup of coffee will probably go up – Times-Herald

It’s 8 ounces (probably 12 ounces) of sky that is about to hit Earth. Or, if you’re lucky, you’ve just hit the whirlpool. Supply chain delays associated with pandemics have hit coffee suppliers on bank accounts. Usually this means that the consumer (i.e. you) is feeling a pinch. A container of valuable grain docked in the Port of Oakland? The ...

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Cosmobeds announces new partnerships and integrations

Anxious to offer its partner hoteliers the best options on the market, Cosmolits, a global wholesaler and DMC specialist, recently announced new collaborations and integrations into its platform. “We are developing and growing”, says the founder and CEO of Cosmobeds, Georges marsellos. Cosmobeds has launched strategic partnerships with the distribution channel, HyperGuest; hotel marketing solutions company, Parity rate; and provider ...

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SMA damage claims adjuster

Decades ago, a chorus began that predicted the death of the insurance agent. Internet was going to eliminate the intermediaries! Disintermediation would lead to the disappearance of the traditional insurance agent! But here we are – years later – and distribution intermediaries like agents, brokers, wholesalers and the like don’t just survive, they thrive. I believe adjusters and professionals in ...

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Building an agricultural supply chain on bandwidth

During the early days of the lockdown in 2020, farmers and wholesalers across the country faced adverse conditions to deliver their produce to major city markets. As a result, farmers suffered from strain in their income streams while consumers suffered inflated prices due to lack of supply. This situation was caused by the rather archaic supply chain through which farmers ...

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DoorDash will now bring you alcohol, escalating delivery wars

By Jackie Davalos | Bloomberg DoorDash Launches Dedicated Alcohol Delivery Service, Advancing Into Non-Food Categories As The Battle For On-Demand Delivery Intensifies With Uber Technologies and Instacart. DoorDash will offer beer, wine and spirits to the DoorDash Marketplace in 20 U.S. states and Washington, DC, as well as Canada and Australia, the company said on Monday. Customers will be able ...

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MLP SA: Group and BayernLB enter into a € 41.25 million transaction to finance the Unna project

MLP Group (MLP Logistic Park Germany I) has signed a credit facility agreement with BayernLB (Bayerische Landesbank) for an investment credit facility of EUR 41.25 million (approx. PLN 188 million). The facility will be used to finance the MLP Logistics Park Unna project. The partnership with the bank will strengthen the financial stability of the MLP group. The MLP Group ...

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Kale at America’s Largest Grocery Chain Could Be Contaminated, 6 More Recalls You Need To Know This Week

If you’ve eaten your greens, great job. Just a warning: This week there are a remarkable number of products, as well as frozen foods, sold across the country that are now on the active recall list released by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). . It’s been a busy week in the recalls world… we’ve got the details ...

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The best sales of the week by Publishers Weekly | Books and Authors

Here are the bestsellers for the week ending Saturday, September 11, compiled using data from independent bookstores and chains, book wholesalers and independent distributors nationwide, powered by NPD BookScan. 1. Beautiful people, where are you. Sally Rooney. FSG 2. Forgotten in death. JD Robb. Saint-Martin 3. Billy Summers. Stephen King. Scribe 4. Slow combustion. Paula Hawkins. River head 5. Batman ...

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Booksellers tackle supply chain disruptions

Supply chain disruptions are impacting the production of books in the United States. A shortage of paper combined with an increased demand for lumber makes it difficult to print bestsellers. So far, book sales have increased by 18.7% in 2021 compared to 2020. Loading Something is loading. Publishers and bookmakers are warning bookstores and readers that supply chain disruptions will ...

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Silver Eagle celebrates World Responsible Beer Day – OutSmart Magazine

September 18 is World Responsible Beer Day, and Houston’s Silver Eagle Distributors are celebrating by announcing a new campaign to reduce drinking and driving fatalities. Silver Eagle, Houston’s leading beer distributor and an Anheuser-Busch wholesaler, this week launched its Decide to Ride initiative in partnership with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and Uber. The campaign encourages people to plan ahead ...

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AMZN vs WMT: Amazon rejects monopoly fees

Amazon faces an expanded antitrust complaint from District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine, this time focused on the e-commerce giant’s dealings with wholesalers and allegations of anti-competitive acts. Racine previously sued Amazon in May, claiming the company had monopoly powers due to its pricing contracts with third-party sellers. The new record says that Amazon’s “minimum margin agreement” with owner ...

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One Page at a Time – NBC Chicago

The process of tracing every firearm used in a crime in the United States passes through a facility in West Virginia that houses millions of paper gun sales records – so many that shipping containers have been brought in to be stored for fear of the ground collapsing – this staff flip through one at a time as they track ...

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Kinshasa in battle of frozen chickens

Frozen chicken, deemed more convenient and cheaper than fresh poultry that must be killed and plucked, is extremely popular in Kinshasa where locals have become dependent on it. So much so that it is at the heart of a battle between the Congolese government, which has promised to lower the prices of basic products including frozen foods, and importers and ...

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Dishonest companies insist on payment in USD

Sunday mail Business journalist Some unscrupulous manufacturers and retailers openly insist on payments in U.S. dollars, while others set prices in Zimbabwean dollars at shockingly high exchange rates to force consumers to pay in hard currency, The Sunday Mail Business has established. Among the companies that engage in these abusive practices are large companies that obtain foreign currency from the ...

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Poor hard hit by rising prices

Rising prices for basic necessities are making people with limited incomes scream, currently trying to survive the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Townspeople complain about the way everyday items are sold at a price higher than the price set by the local government. Depending on the details, items like flour, wheat, lentils, tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, ginger, green peppers, ...

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4 reasons to avoid Robinhood

Over the past year, retail investors have flocked to mobile trading apps to go public, but Robinhood Markets (NASDAQ: HOOD) and its well-known trading app have had a rough 2021 so far. Here are four reasons why investors should avoid this recent IPO. 1. Robinhood uses a risky trading strategy to make money Options can be difficult for new investors ...

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Toilet paper is flying off the shelves again

It appears consumers are bracing for another winter outbreak of the coronavirus. Stores are reporting 14% less than normal for toilet paper, reports the Daily Mail. According to the Wall Street Journal, Proctor and Gamble (P&G) – the nation’s largest producer of toilet paper – is working tirelessly to meet demand. All of this stems from the proliferation of COVID-19 ...

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Albemarle plans to join regional council to pass local tax on cigarettes | Local government

If approved, localities are still expected to pass local cigarette tax ordinances before regional council collection begins in January. According to TJPDC’s estimates, one-time costs for the council would be around $ 212,650 for technology and equipment, a vehicle for the application, a reserve and other start-up costs, which would be distributed among the localities. concerned. In the first year, ...

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Generac unveils products that allow customers to sell electricity to the grid

Generac Power Systems said on Wednesday that its line of home backup generators, commercial and industrial generators and solar storage systems + PWRcell batteries are manufactured and offered as “Smart Grid Ready”, making it easier for customers to resell electricity to the grid and offset. their energy expenditure. Smart grid ready capabilities are offered through Generac’s Enbala Concerto platform. “With ...

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Chorus profits affected by tougher competition, effects of Covid-19

Telecommunications line company Chorus posted a decline in profits as its profits were hampered by stiffer competition. Photo: RNZ Chorus chief executive Jean Baptiste Rousselot said competing technologies and weak market demand due to the lingering effects of Covid-19 took a toll on his earnings, which he managed to offset by controlling costs. “Despite the market downturn following Covid-19, we ...

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Jim McKee: Trixie’s and Its Neighbors in the History of Downtown Lincoln | Nebraska

As things return to normal after COVID-19 and driving around Lincoln becomes more routine, you’ve probably noticed that the western half of Block 97, 12th to 13th Streets K to L, is now a grassed area in waiting for development. Over the years, this half-block has seen several apartment buildings, a music conservatory, restaurants, Lincoln’s First Lutheran Church, and Trixie’s ...

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South Plainfield bans marijuana retail stores

SOUTH PLAINFIELD – The Borough Council has voted to ban retail cannabis businesses from operating anywhere in the city. Cultivation and delivery are also prohibited, with the exception of the delivery of cannabis items and related supplies by a delivery service. However, the borough will authorize two cannabis manufacturing companies, two wholesale businesses and a distributor in designated industrial zones. ...

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Expect food prices to rise later this year, wholesaler warns

The head of a large Irish wholesaler expects food price inflation to start in the second half of this year. im Barry, managing director of The Barry Group, based in Mallow, said the company was receiving notices from some of its suppliers regarding the price hike. “We’re seeing evidence of vendor advice on price increases, so I think there will ...

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EO of Competition: Changing Trends in the Beer, Wine and Spirits Industries – Antitrust / Competition Law

President Biden’s July 2021 Executive Order on Competition in the U.S. Economy (the executive order) calls on federal regulators to “actively protect the vitality of the US beer, wine and spirits markets.” In addition to calling on the Antitrust Division (DOJ) of the United States Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to step up antitrust enforcement in ...

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Covid-19 medical stocks weigh on Cardinal Health results

Stocks of masks, gloves and other personal protective equipment weigh on Cardinal Health Inc. finances as the distributor grapples with supply chain tensions and an uncertain trajectory for the coronavirus pandemic. The Dublin, Ohio-based drugs and medical supplies wholesaler has more PPE in its warehouses and has also diversified its supply for these products to guard against supply disruptions if ...

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Wolverine Worldwide Acquires Lifestyle Brand Sweaty Betty in $ 410 Million Deal

Wolverine World Wide Inc. has acquired fitness and lifestyle brand Sweaty Betty, the Rockford-based manufacturer announced on Tuesday. The cash transaction, which closed on Monday, is valued at around $ 410 million, Wolverine said in a press release. “The acquisition of Sweaty Betty complements our strategic shift over the past several years from a traditional footwear wholesaler to a growing ...

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Millstone officials ban cannabis companies from operating in township

MILLSTONE – Township committee members have taken action to ban the operation of cannabis businesses in Millstone Township. On July 21, members of the governing body passed an ordinance prohibiting all cannabis establishments, growers, distributors and delivery services from operating in Millstone. Delivery of cannabis and / or related cannabis supplies to addresses in the Township of Millstone by a ...

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Konect Ai Appoints Former Director of Cox, eCarList and Dealer.com as President

HOUSTON – Konect Ai wants to be a leader in automotive artificial intelligence, which is why the company entrusts its leadership to an executive whose professional career includes stints at Cox Automotive, eCarList and Dealer.com Konect Ai named Jerry Salerno president on Friday as the company seeks to further expand into the North American auto industry. According to a press ...

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Save A Lot parent appeals to Americold and Staples CEOs for board

Moran Foods, the parent company of discount grocery store Save A Lot, has appointed Fred Boehler, president and CEO of Americold Logistics, and Mike Motz, CEO of Staples US Retail, to its board of directors. Boehler and Motz are joining Moran Foods board with immediate effect, the St. Louis-based grocery distributor said Monday evening. The two officers will act as ...

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In depth: Citadel Connect and Dark Pools discovered

Neither the author, Tim Fries, nor this website, The Tokenist, provide financial advice. Please review our website policy before making any financial decisions. Before dark pools, institutional investors had to trade blocks of shares outside of trading hours to avoid disrupting the market. Now the utility found in dark pools is so high that some market makers have incorporated them ...

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The importance of wholesale fabric underscored by summer fashion trend TikTok of “Coconut Girl,” according to Fabric Selection Inc.

Fabric Selection Inc. is based in Los Angeles and supplies fabric nationwide. Fashion trends are changing faster than ever thanks to social media, and for brands to keep pace, they need access to a reliable fabric supplier. LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) July 19, 2021 A July 12 post on ET Online reports on the latest summer fashion trend popularized on TikTok ...

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Beam Suntory announces partnership with Boston Beer

Beam Suntory has announced a long-term strategic partnership with the Boston Beer Company that will bring iconic brands in some of the fastest growing alcoholic beverage categories. The collaboration will see tequila brand Sauza enter the ready-to-drink (RTD) category and Truly Hard Seltzer make their way into the bottled spirits segment. Sauza’s expansion into RTD format will leverage Boston Beer’s ...

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Suga firm support rate hits 35.9% low ahead of Olympics

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s approval rating has fallen to 35.9%, the lowest level since taking office last year, a Kyodo News poll found on Sunday, adding to signs of public discontent in the face of the government’s determination to organize the Tokyo Olympics despite the coronavirus. pandemic. The disapproval rate rose to 49.8%, the highest on record for the Suga ...

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Senate Majority Leader Unveils Bill to End Cannabis Ban July 15, 2021 Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, along with Senators Cory Booker and Ron Wyden, yesterday announced their bill to deprogram cannabis at the federal level. Called the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act, the legislation remains in draft form and will be circulated to Senate Democrats for comment and revisions ...

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Tokyo government backtracks merchant pledge not to sell alcohol to restaurants

An example of the pledge form that is submitted when applying for financial assistance from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (Screenshot taken from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government website) TOKYO – The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has ordered liquor dealers to submit signed pledges that they will not do business with restaurants that violate its demand to stop serving alcohol if they wish ...

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CEO of Virtu: retail investors have never done better

Many are urging the SEC to consider changing the rules governing the routing of order flows, improving disclosure requirements and revamping the compensation of market participants for the services they offer, according to Doug Cifu, CEO of Virtu Financial. However, he expressed concern that the growing intensity of calls for reform is not only based on “false narratives and unsustainable ...

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Tonga’s raw sugar ‘famine’ set to continue through August

Tonga is experiencing a sugar famine that is expected to last another month. Containers of sugar due to arrive this weekend have missed sea links and will not reach Tonga until the end of August, according to an importer, who is still awaiting the arrival of his January order. Deliveries that previously took 6-8 weeks now take 5-6 months to ...

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Launch of a new “Free The Spirit” campaign to reduce the prices of British bourbon

Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark and Brown-Forman have teamed up with The Bourbon Alliance – distillers, restaurants and pubs, retailers, wholesalers and enthusiasts of American whiskey – to urge the British government to remove the 25% duty on imported American whiskey caused through a steel trade dispute. The Bourbon Alliance is a coalition of industry players whose livelihoods depend on the ...

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Report: Beer is booming in Michigan

(Watch this story Monday morning on WZZM TV 13) Michigan’s beer industry is a nearly $ 10 billion business, according to a recent report. The Beer Serves America report, written by the National Beer Wholesalers Association and the Beer Institute, found that Michigan’s brewing industry had an overall economic impact of $ 9.9 billion in 2020 and supported nearly 67,000 ...

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Manalapan officials hold public hearing on cannabis ordinance

MANALAPAN – Members of the municipal committee have set July 14 as the date for a public hearing on a proposed ordinance that, if passed, will ban the operation of any class of cannabis business in Manalapan. The order was presented on June 16. The public hearing on the ordinance will be held at the Manalapan Municipal Complex, 120 Route ...

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