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SKorean Online Dogmeat Retailer Closes Site Amid Uproar

A South Korean online retailer of dogmeat on Thursday closed its website after media reports sparked an uproar about the traditional but controversial cuisine. The online shop (www.e-bosin.com) has been under fire from critics, including animal rights activists, since local med...

Final Potter Book Already Out on the Web?

...aked," The Sun quoted the rep, as saying. Online retailer Amazon revealed on July 16 that a staggering 2 million people worldwide have already pre-ordered the final Potter book, breaking the record set by the previous book 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince' which clocked in 1.5 million orders. Amazo...

Wine Packaging: Bag-in-box, Plastic Bottles, Cork Comeback?

...t either way choices would be driven partly by the retailer and partly the media. As an example he cited the Guardian newspaper's campaign to save the lynx by buying wine with corks, thus helping save the cork forests where they live. That campaign is linked to a long argument in the wine world about using co...

A Lucky Number? 7/7/07

... theknot.com. But David's Bridal, the largest US retailer of wedding gowns, says it alone will deliver a record 20,000 gowns for brides for July 7 weddings. That figure is double the peak figure in a normal year, and the company estimates some 65,000 - 70,000 weddings across the country on July 7. Even...

Campaign Against Trans Fat Gaining Fruit in US

...igges. Many other restaurants, as well as coffee retailer Starbucks Corp., are ridding themselves of trans fat oils. Yum Brands' chains KFC and Taco Bell recently switched to a trans-fat free oil. Burger King Corp. is testing cooking oils without trans fat, with plans to roll out a new oil by late next year...

US Consumers Warned Against Toxic Chinese Fish

...hat you have bought this fish, go back and ask the retailer if the product came from Hong Chang Corp or check ... were sold on to restaurants and retailers. One retailer has labelled the fish as "bok", the Korean name for puffer fish. Meanwhile this week in the UK, it...

Wal-Mart Mexico Makes Shelf Space for Inexpensive Generic Drugs

Walmex, the popular retailer in Mexico has opened the channels to make available a line of 150 inexpensive generic drugs costing// as less as $3.50. This move has elevated the position of the shopping conglomerate as a great way to avail facilities under one roof. Last year, ...

FDA Urgently Warns Consumers About Health Risks of Potentially Contaminated Olives

...urchase. If in doubt, consumers should contact the retailer and inquire whether its olives are part of the recall. The olives are sold under the following brands: Borrelli, Bonta di Puglia, Cento, Corrado's, Dal Raccolto, Flora, Roland and Vantia, and have codes that start with the letter "G" and are follo...

Handle Your Cute Pets With Care

...re dying in large numbers. By that time, the pet retailer had already sold almost 250 infected hamsters. This was followed with reports of certain kids being taken ill and their pets dying. Further investigations revealed the link with salmonella infected hamsters and the sick children. The strain of sal...

Free Medicines, Health Insurance for Poor Soon: Paswan

...eliminate the 15 percent wholesaler and 35 percent retailer margin," said Paswan. "This is an achievable goal as we have closely studied the Rajasthan formula, which has succeeded in providing cheaper medicines to patients," he said. The inspiration behind this is the state-run Rajasthan Medicare Relief S...

Injustice to cancer patients at work

...th include a woman working for a major high street retailer who was dismissed as she was not able to give a date of return to work after her radiotherapy treatment. Another woman who had a mastectomy was told that break due to illness or disability was a disciplinary matter and anyone having more than four si...

Importance of knowing the source of our food

...church potluck supper. Recent reports say that the retailer and distributor who probably sold the beef was detected by the department of health of Minnesota. But there are no records with the distributor showing the source of the ground beef that was shipped to the retailer. ”It doesn't take a food scientis...

Caution: Apricot Seeds May Be Poisonous

...rnels may be safely eaten in one day. Natural food retailer Julian Graves removed the seeds from shop shelves after it was found selling packs with a recommended daily dosage of up to 10 kernels. Bitter apricot kernels are thought to contain high levels of vitamin B17 (laetrile). This is considered as an immu...

Wal-Mart under Pressure from Health Care Officials

...le board member. , Wal-Mart is the world's largest retailer and largest private employer, with over $312 billion in sales last year and 1.3 million employees in the U.S. alone. But recently, the company has drawn intense scrutiny for its labor practices from its wages to the lack of affordable health cover...

California Employers may need to Fork out more on Health Benefits

...s a mediated attack against a well known networked retailer with a collective workforce of more than 1.3 million. Kelly Hobbs, a spokesperson for the retailer, feels that this is a politically motivated conspired move by the union leaders to stagger Wal-Marts growth. ...

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