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20.06.2017 - Finlay (http://www.tradzikmlodzienczy.com.pl/)
By Rod Nickel and Yuka Obayashi WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TOKYO, Nov 16 (Reuters) - On select Canadian farms, thousands of pigs bound for Japan are getting five-star treatment. Japan's growing appetite for pricey pork cuts is driving Canadian and U.S. fresh pork exports to record levels, spurring producers to use every advantage to gain market share. While most of Canadian meatpacker Olymel L.P.'s pigs gobble pedestrian wheat and barley fare, others dine on rations spiced with mint and ginger on a Saskatchewan farm dedicated to fattening hogs bound for Japan, the world's second-biggest importer of the meat.

Some Canadian hogs are indulged with 12 times more rest before slaughter than pigs destined for other markets, to ensure stress does not turn the meat dry. Meanwhile, another hog producer has opened an eatery in a trendy Tokyo district to show off its pork. "The Japanese consumer is probably the most powerful consumer of pork in the world, and they understand the difference in quality," said Claude Vielfaure, president of the hog-processing company HyLife.

Rich premiums paid by Japanese consumers have fueled intense competition and led to cross-Pacific partnerships between North American hog producer Smithfield Foods and Japanese trading house Sumitomo Corp, as well as processor HyLife with trader Itochu Corp.

14.06.2017 - Otto (http://www.storify.com/Karissa83)
Marketing is undoubtedly the backbone of any business then and now. This is because through this, people become aware of your business's existence. Through the years, doing this has evolved significantly. From the traditional form, it has now become more personal, targeted and precise. This is through the use of the social media marketing in the World Wide Web and even mobile applications. It is in this light that, in California, more and more Sacramento Internet Marketing companies are offering this kind of business solution.

One of these is Creatine Marketing. Who is Creatine Marketing? Creatine Marketing is one of the most reputable marketing companies based in Sacramento, California. This company is specializing in different search engine optimization strategies and reputation management services. Specifically, among the services they offer include website design and development, video marketing, as well as Sacramento Social Media marketing and even mobile application developments.

Generally, you can choose between two (2) of their general offerings. On the one hand, you can choose to do the marketing by yourself or, on the other hand, you can also ask for their assistance. For the former, they are going to help you learn the proper management of your social media campaign strategies through their online courses and software. For the latter, their experts and coaches will handle everything for you.

14.06.2017 - Sadie (http://www.betternetworker.com/members/Catherin94)
By Rod Nickel and Yuka Obayashi WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TOKYO, Nov 16 (Reuters) - On select Canadian farms, thousands of pigs bound for Japan are getting five-star treatment. Japan's growing appetite for pricey pork cuts is driving Canadian and U.S. fresh pork exports to record levels, spurring producers to use every advantage to gain market share. While most of Canadian meatpacker Olymel L.P.'s pigs gobble pedestrian wheat and barley fare, others dine on rations spiced with mint and ginger on a Saskatchewan farm dedicated to fattening hogs bound for Japan, the world's second-biggest importer of the meat.

Some Canadian hogs are indulged with 12 times more rest before slaughter than pigs destined for other markets, to ensure stress does not turn the meat dry. Meanwhile, another hog producer has opened an eatery in a trendy Tokyo district to show off its pork. "The Japanese consumer is probably the most powerful consumer of pork in the world, and they understand the difference in quality," said Claude Vielfaure, president of the hog-processing company HyLife. Rich premiums paid by Japanese consumers have fueled intense competition and led to cross-Pacific partnerships between North American hog producer Smithfield Foods and Japanese trading house Sumitomo Corp, as well as processor HyLife with trader Itochu Corp.

Tyson Foods Inc and Maple Leaf Foods Inc also rank among North America's biggest pork suppliers, while processors NH Foods Ltd and Itoham Yonekyu Holdings , and meat wholesaler Starzen Co Ltd import large volumes of North American chilled pork. U.S. exporters shipped 147,000 tonnes of chilled pork to Japan from January through August, setting a record-brisk pace, according to the U.

28.05.2017 - Sherlyn (https://giphy.com/channel/Elinor5477/)
NEW YORK (AP) - Apple CEO Tim Cook is telling his employees to "keep moving forward." Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is saying "progress does not move in a straight line." T-Mobile's CEO John Legere tweeted "let's see what an out of the box, non-typical, non-politician can do for America!" CEOs of major companies are taking stands about the results of the election - a departure from the traditional model of not mixing politics with business that major brands have long espoused.

Some are using it as an opportunity to bring their employees together following a divisive election campaign. Others are using it as an opportunity to stress their companies' values and mission, or an opportunity to make nice with Trump, who many CEOs were publicly against during the campaign. FILE- In this April 12, 2016, file photo, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the keynote address at the F8 Facebook Developer Conference in San Francisco.

CEOs of major companies are taking stands about the results of the November 2016 U.S. election, a departure from the traditional model of not mixing politics with business that the major brands have long espoused. Zuckerberg said progress does not move in a straight line. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File) The men and women who head the nation's biggest companies know that having a hostile relationship with the Trump administration could make doing business difficult.

They also know that they operate in liberal bastions like New York and San Francisco just as much as in Trump-leaning places like Fort Wayne, Indiana, or Charleston, West Virginia.

26.05.2017 - Domenic (http://www.tomopop.com/blogs/Mohammed57)
A Deliveroo rider delivers the goods Deliveroo Deliveroo has announced a new partnership with Heineken which will see the two launch a new brand, Brew House, through which customers will be able to order beer and cider directly to their homes. Brew House will launch in 15 areas across London by the end of this year, and Deliveroo said customers will be able to order alcohol and have it delivered within 20 minutes. Brands available will include Heineken, Bulmers and Sol. The new tie-up follows Deliveroo's deals with Majestic Wines and BrewDog , inked in July.

"The home delivery market for restaurant food has boomed in recent years, and there is a significant opportunity for us as a drinks company to grow within the delivery sector," said Craig Clarkson, Heineken UK's off-trade and category director. "Our collaboration with Deliveroo enables us to enter this fast growing market, whilst building on our relationships with our key retailers and giving our consumers the chance to have the convenience of Heineken brands delivered to their door.

" Mark Thompson / Getty Dan Warne, UK & IE managing director at Deliveroo, said: "At Deliveroo we are always looking for new ways to innovate. This brand partnership and creation of the Brew House marks an extremely exciting addition not only to our alcohol offering but the business as a whole.

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