Food, beverage sector sales leap 43.6% last month

Food, beverage sector sales leap 43.6% last month

TAILWINDS: If border controls are relaxed as planned next month, sales at firms catering to airlines would boost the entire industry, an official said The food and beverage sector’s sales surged 43.6 percent year-on-year last month to NT$78.6 billion (US$2.48 billion), the second-highest monthly level, trailing only NT$82.80 billion in January 2020, the Ministry of …

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Construction starts on Echo Park project in Loop 303 corridor

Construction starts on Echo Park project in Loop 303 corridor

DEVELOPMENT Two-building facility expected to open in 2023 [Submitted photo] Representatives participate in Friday’s ceremonial groundbreaking in Glendale on the upcoming Echo Park 303 project. [Submitted photo] An artist rendering depicts how the finished Echo Park 303 will look when it opens in late 2023. posted Sunday, September 25, 2022 9:00 am Special to Independent …

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Baby Food Market to generate US$ 115.8 billion by 2032 Due to Rising Parental Awareness Regarding Health of Their Infants

Baby Food Market to generate US$ 115.8 billion by 2032 Due to Rising Parental Awareness Regarding Health of Their Infants

Future Market Insights Global and Consulting Pvt. Ltd. North America is expected to have a market share of 11.1% during the forecast period. Due to strong median household incomes and a growing female labor force, North America has a modest market share for baby food. Europe is anticipated8% to control 20.0% of the global market …

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NYC lifts COVID vaccine mandate for student activities: Here are 5 things you need to know

NYC lifts COVID vaccine mandate for student activities: Here are 5 things you need to know

STATEN ISLAND, NY — New York City public school students are no longer required to be vaccinated against the coronavirus (COVID-19) to participate in high-risk sports or extracurricular activities, Mayor Eric Adams announced this past week. Since students returned to school and the vaccine became widely available to children, a mandate was placed for kids …

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MBTA woes continue with train derailment, construction damage

MBTA woes continue with train derailment, construction damage

Another train derailment and construction damage are the latest safety incidents to plague a beleaguered MBTA already tasked with complying with a series of federal directives. A Green Line train derailed shortly before midnight last Monday outside Park Street with two passengers on board, forcing crews to scramble to make repairs so service could resume …

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Army to test robotic vehicles on land and sea during PC 22 |  Article

Army to test robotic vehicles on land and sea during PC 22 | Article

Pfc. Daniel Candales, assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division, uses the tactical robotic controller to control the expeditionary modular autonomous vehicle as a practice exercise in preparation for Project Convergence 21 on Oct. 19, 2021. During Project Convergence 22 this fall, Soldiers will experiment using semi-autonomous reconnaissance and re-supply vehicles. The series of experiments will …

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Transport for London boss resigns after just two years in job |  TfL

Transport for London boss resigns after just two years in job | TfL

The boss of Transport for London, Andy Byford, has resigned, after just over two years in the job. His departure from the £355,000-a-year role of commissioner was announced on Thursday morning, days after TfL had managed what Byford called its biggest ever challenge – the logistics around the Queen’s funeral. TfL said Byford was leaving …

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Readers reply: are there any foods that have not at some time been considered harmful in a study?  |  life and style

Readers reply: are there any foods that have not at some time been considered harmful in a study? | life and style

Are there any foods that have not at some time been considered harmful in a study? Tony Clancy, Malvern Send new questions to nq@theguardian.com. readers reply The vast majority of credible academic studies in the field of nutrition conclude that no food is harmful provided that it is picked up within five seconds of having …

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