In the future, CP Viet Nam will promote the sale of pork to consumers, he said. The company expects to put its slaughterhouse in Chuong My, Ha Noi into operation by the end of 2020, with a capacity of over 4,000 pigs per day. This will complete the company’s supply chain and reduce the intermediaries. Besides, CP Viet Nam has cooperated with processing plants to produce chilled meat products for domestic consumption. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 6
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We can continue to hang clothes to air dry on a sunny day. Though sunlight can be used to kill off pathogens, according to the WHO, it hasn't been proven effective against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. But the virus will find it harder to survive on dry surfaces. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Can we still live sustainably?
We make armies of them when we have a crowd to feed as they are the perfect vehicle for dipping, a great snack with a cold beer in hand, and are pretty fuss-free. A quesadilla allows you to play around and use what you have to hand. The main thing to think about is to fill your tortillas with something that will bind the two sides together – some cheese, egg or soft mashed vegetables or beans are ideal. … [Read more...] about Flavourful flatbreads and quick quesadilla recipes
KOCHI: The plantation sector is in the grip of a deepening crisis as cash crops have suffered heavy losses during the lockdown imposed to contain the spread of Covid-19. Kerala, which is home to several plantation crops, has borne the brunt of the loss, while the rapidly growing number of virus victims in neighbouring Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are likely to make matters worse for those states. The Association of Planters of Kerala (APK) has estimated the loss in the plantation industry in the state to be nearly Rs. 500 crore, with the rubber sector alone suffering damage of Rs. 300 crore. The loss would be around Rs. 125 crore in tea plantations and about Rs. 20 crore for cardamom after all the operations have been hit since March 23, according to the industry body. In cardamom and coffee plantations where the harvest is over, the irrigation and application of fertilisers and pesticides have been affected, and hence the loss is calculated to be minimal. The Kerala government relaxed … [Read more...] about Plantations swoon under coronavirus attack, suffer heavy losses
The employee tells KDKA many of her coworkers have quit, some are taking advantage of the paid leave, but most are scared and wish the store would better limit the number of customers and close down the non-essential parts of the store, such as the garden center. … [Read more...] about ‘You Don’t Need To Plant Your Tulips Right Now:’ Lowe’s Home Improvement Employee Speaks Out
Yes, it was still fun – but that's because it's all that I knew. Today I'd be loathe to step back in time to the era before Apple and Android, because a legion of travel-friendly apps now saves me time and makes the time I have even more enjoyable. … [Read more...] about The best long-haul travel apps for your smartphone