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Malnutrition And Maternal Mortality Rates In Afghanistan Among Highest In World

A Malnourished Boy’s Picture Shows the World the Realities of War

A five-month old Yemeni boy's pic shocks the world and finally exposes the realities of the plight of Yemenis affected by the Saudi-led airstrikes. The boy died two days after the picture was taken due to extreme malnutrition, attributed to the naval blockade and the destruction of the nation's infrastructures, disrupting food supply.

Trader Joe's

Retail Giant Price War: Trader Joe’s Sells Items Cheaper Than Whole Foods

Deutsche Bank analysts recently said that Trader Joe's is likely to be cutting prices, and this might pressure Whole Foods to announce an entire new pricing. Moreover, after checking 77 similar items at Trader Joe's New York outlet and comparing the prices with the items available at nearby Whole Foods concluded that, Joe's was selling items at roughly 26 percent cheaper.

Cuba Faces Historic Changes As Relations With U.S. Broaden

FDA Denies Fruits and Vegetable Entry Most Often

As a group, food and vegetables from abroad are the items most frequently denied entry by the FDA. The most common reason for fruits' rejection is "filth", while vegetable are most likely to be denied due to unacceptable pesticide residue levels.

FDA

FDA Faces Lawsuit Over Approval of Genetically Engineered Salmon

FDA is now facing a lawsuit due to its approval of Aquabounty's genetically engineered salmon. The plaintiffs, composed of various fishing and environmental groups, question the FDA's decision highlighting the possible dangers the GE fish could pose to wild salmon population.

U.S. Supreme Court Reaches Tied 4-4 Vote On Union Fee Case

Buffets Inc. Bankrupt, May Not Pay Victims

A government court request ordering payment of $11.37 million to harmed Salmonella casualty might now be worth nothing more than an invitation to a bankruptcy meeting for unsecured creditors.

200 x 1g packets of silica gel

First-Grade Student Suspended for Allegedly Plotting to Poison Classmate

Three first-graders at Winterberry Charter School, Alaska had to be suspended after planning to poison a classmate. The authorities reported that the three girls planned to use silica gel packets opted from their lunch seaweed packaging to poison a fellow's meal.

Jamie Oliver And Victoria Government Announce Partnership To Tackle Obesity

Obesity Update 2016: 641 Million People Worldwide are Now Obese

A new study says that obese population worldwide rose to 641 million in 2014, a sharp rise from the 105 million obese people reported 40 years ago.

Dunkin' Donuts To Challenge Starbucks For Coffee Supremacy

Dunkin' Donuts Brings Back White Cheddar Bagel Twist

Dunkin' Donuts declared that starting March 28 the White Cheddar Bagel Twist will return and will be added to its bagel lineup.

Rally At New York's City Hall Celebrates Public Breastfeeding Law

Pizza Hut Asks Breastfeeding Mom to Leave Resto: Upset Mother Fights Back

In the US over 50 states have breastfeeding laws to protect breast feeding moms from discrimination. However, there are still establishments who appear to disregard the legality of breast feeding in public. In a report by Fox News, they said one mother was forced to leave a Pizza Hut restaurant when she started breastfeeding her baby in public.

Carlton v Essendon - 2016 AFL NAB Challenge

Unilever Introduces 17 New Frozen Treats for Summer

Offerings are inspired by sentimentality and memorable moments, two fundamental reasons why individuals appreciate frozen yogurt. New items incorporate Klondike S'Mores, Breyers Ice Cream Cake and Good Humor Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwich.

5 Million Dollars In Cash Displayed At Seminole Hard Rock Casino

Champagne Showers, Yacht Parties: How the "Rich Kids of Instagram" Spent Their Spring Break

If you haven't read about the "Rich Kids Of Instagram" account then you're probably living under a rock. They're a bunch of rich young adults chronicling their extravagant lifestyle one Instagram post at a time. And they've just showed us how the rich spent their spring break.

McDonalds Q2 Profit Drops 4.5 Percent On Stronger Dollar, Tougher Competition

McDonalds to Build 1,500 More Branches in China, Hong Kong and South Korea

As if the number of the fast-food chain McDonalds is not enough to satisfy the cravings of people worldwide, they just announced that they will be adding another 1,500 branches in China, South Korea and Hong Kong.

Starbucks Reports Quarterly Earnings

Finally, An Alcoholic Frappuccino from Starbucks: Wine Fraggino Thrills Customers

Starbucks decided to test the waters by offering a new alcohol infused drink that some say is actually an alcoholic frapuccinno. Sadly, it's only available in Japan.

Chipotle To Close Restaurants For Few Hours For Food Safety Meeting

Chipotle Registers “Better Burger,” Announces its Entry into the Burger Scene

Watch out McDonalds. Chipotle enters the burger market with its own burger chain named Better Burger.

Bakery

'Square Donut' Wars: Two Indiana Bakeries Fight Over Trademark for Sweet Treat

Two bakeries in Indiana - Family Express and a Terre Haute bakery, are known for their passion for making doughnuts, but none believes in peaceful co-existence and a healthy competition in selling square doughnuts. In fact, a legal battle is plaguing the two, and it may leave one of them flat.

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Throwing out food: Attitudes to food waste in Russia

Throwing out food: Attitudes to food waste in Russia

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New tool could help maintain quality during cheese production

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