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FOTOS: En imágenes la celebración de Johan Santana tras su hazaña ...

FOTOS: En imágenes la celebración de Johan Santana tras su hazaña



viernes 01 de junio de 2012 10:17 PM
Anderson Paredes / Maracaibo







Te presentamos todas las imágenes de la celebración del venezolano Johan Santana tras lograr su primer partido sin hit ni carreras en las mayores. “El Gocho” regresó a lo grande y selló su calificación como uno de los mejores de las Grandes Ligas.




















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THE BEST OF VENEZUELA: Santana pitches first no-hitter in Mets' history ...

NEW YORK (AP) -- For more than 50 years, the New York Mets chased that elusive no-hitter. Johan Santana finally finished the job.

Santana pitched the first no-hitter in team history, helped by an umpire's missed call and an outstanding catch in left field in an 8-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday night.





After a string of close calls over the last five decades, Santana went all the way in the Mets' 8,020th game.




"Finally, the first one," he said. "That is the greatest feeling ever."




He needed a couple of key assists to pull it off.





Carlos Beltran , back at Citi Field for the first time since the Mets traded him last July, hit a line drive over third base in the sixth inning that hit the foul line and should have been called fair. But third base umpire Adrian Johnson ruled it foul and the no-hitter was intact - even though a replay clearly showed a mark where the ball landed on the chalk line.




"I saw the ball hitting outside the line, just foul,…

OMAN: 10 DAY SUPERMARKET MANGO FESTIVAL ...

Mango mania is back at Lulu with a bang



Sat, 02 June 2012







MUSCAT — Come summer and it is time to relish some of the juiciest and yummiest varieties of the nutrient-rich, tropical yellow mango fruit at the Lulu Hypermarkets across the country. 


More than 100 varieties of mangoes varying from Alfonsos to Langdas, from 10 countries are for a grab at the Lulu as part of the ten-day ‘Mango Mania’ which aims to promote mangoes and mango products from different parts of the world.


It was opened by J S Mukul, the Ambassador of India to Oman on Wednesday in the presence of key personalities and other Lulu officials and well-wishers at its Bausher outlet. 

The 6th edition of the Lulu Mango Mania features the golden hued juicy fruit in all its shapes and sizes. The mangoes displayed comprise of the traditional favourites as well as the home grown varieties from Oman. 




Since India is one of the largest producers and exporters of mangoes world over, people can expect to see most varieties from there. ‘A…

PORTS: South Carolina Allocates $180 Million for Charleston Deepening ...

Peter T. Leach, Senior Editor | 

May 31, 2012 7:00PM GMT

The Journal of Commerce Online - News Story  | 

Measure approved as part of fiscal 2013 state budget


The South Carolina Senate set aside $180 million in state funding to deepen Charleston’s harbor from 45 feet to 50 feet, the South Carolina State Ports Authority said.

The S.C. Senate approved the measure last week as part of the state budget for fiscal year 2013 and sent amendments back to the S.C. House of Representatives for concurrence.

The Army Corps of Engineers in February allocated $2.5 million for the feasibility study of deepening the Charleston harbor as part of its budget for 2012.


The $2.5 million included in the Corps’ budget will continue progress on the study, which began last summer.


The study is expected to cost around $20 million, which is funded 50/50 by the Federal Government and the local sponsor. The SCPA also has committed to accelerate its half of the study funds a…

JUST-FOOD Commentary for Friday, June 01, 2012 ....

Issue 624

June 1, 2012







Editorial



An early editorial column, then, as we prepare for the long bank holiday weekend here in the UK.



And so much for a quiet news day. There has been frenzied speculation today (1 June) over the future of Groupe Doux, Europe's largest poultry processor.

The French firm has been locked in talks with potential investors and lenders as it faces debts of around EUR430m and with a payment due. Earlier this week, Doux admitted to just-food that receivership could be "an option" for the business.



Reports in France this morning suggested a court had registered a "declaration of insolvency" from Doux. When contacted by just-food, Doux declined to comment but said it was awaiting a decision from the court, which had been set for 2pm French time. According to AFP, talks between Doux, its lenders and potential investors and the French state have delayed the ruling, which is now scheduled for 5pm. Doux will then issue a statement, a spokesperson told…

USA MARKET: Mango Crop Report from the National Mango Board ....

Mango Crop Report from the
National Mango Board
The Mango Crop Report from the National Mango Board has been updated. Click here to see the newest Mango Crop Report. Please note - after you click on the link, you may need to refresh the page to see the most current report.   Mango Market News
Mango shipped volume last week was approximately 2,280,305boxes representing 19% more than the previous week.
Mexico Mexico sent approximately 2,135,894 boxes last week representing 29% more than the previous week.Projections for the next two weeks are 2,570,057 and 2,996,295 boxes respectively. Ataulfo weekly average price per box at the Texas entry port on week ending 05/26/2012 decreased by .3%.Haden weekly average price per box at the Texas entry port on week ending 05/26/2012 decreased by 6%.Tommy Atkins weekly average price per box at the Texas entry port on week ending 05/26/2012 decreased by 6%.Tommy Atkins weekly average price per box at the Arizona entry port on week ending 05/26/2012 decrea…

FOODNEWS Commentary for Friday, June 01, 2012 ...

Stronger by association
Friday June 01 2012




AT the end of May, FOODNEWS’ staff spread out to locations around the world to cover conferences for a number of food industry sectors. 

Our coverage from these events continues this week, and will spread into next, as we attend events for the processing tomato industry in Beijing and for canned foods in Greece.




These meetings frequently help to crystallise the concerns and challenges of the various product groups, but they also highlight the degree to which an industry works together, or does not. 

At a time of high food prices and production costs, fierce competition between agricultural commodities for growing land, fast-growing demand from emerging economies, and co-operation across national boundaries is becoming more and more important to ensure a safe and stable food supply for the future.




The food industry benefits from the presence of dozens of global associations that seek to draw together members of their respective industries, and perf…

VENEZUELA: A Look at Serbian Kingpin's Latin America Connections ...

Wednesday, 30 May 2012 18:47

Written by Geoffrey Ramsey




The case of a shady Balkan crime network sheds light on the ways that the South American drug trade has spread to far-flung corners of the globe.





While the lion’s share of cocaine trafficked from the Andes is reserved for the US market, European customers are also an important source of revenue for transnational drug trafficking networks.


 According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime’s (UNODC) 2010 World Drug Report, Europe is home to between 4 and 5 million cocaine users. What’s more, experts believe demand for the drug is on the rise there. 

While cocaine use appears to be declining in North America, UN data shows that the number of cocaine consumers in Europe doubled from 2 million in 1998 to 4.1 million in 2008.





It is in this emerging market that Darko Saric (pictured), a Serbian kingpin with extensive criminal ties, made much of his wealth. 


According to an investigation by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting…

It's MANGO SEASON in South Florida !!! ...

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Season AlertJune 1, 2012Dear Will,
Everyone waiting for lychees can order now. These sweet, red fruit start shipping next week.

Green mango season was extended through June 11 which will also be the first week for the ripe Tommy Atkins mangos.  Lychees in Season
Good news. . . there is a larger crop of lychee than last year!

Only the premium Hak ip lychee variety will be shipped in 5 and 10 lb. packages. They are super sweet, large fruit with small seeds.

ORDER LYCHEES ONLINE NOW


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OFFICIAL NUMBERS ARE IN FOR IMO BLOG (Mango World Magazine) for Month of May ...

The IMO BLOG was viewed  96,514 times during the month of May 2012, this is a six fold increase over a year ago.




Last May 2011,  IMO BLOG viewership recorded 14,225 pageviews.











Above Chart: Month by Month pageviews since March 14, 2011 ...








Above Chart: Daily views for the Month of May 2012 ...














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PAKISTAN: AIRLINES SABOTAGE MANGO AIR SHIPMENTS ...

Airlines double freight rates for mango exports


Shahid ShahFriday, June 01, 2012
From Print Edition








KARACHI: Local and foreign commercial airlines have doubled their freight rates for mango export from Pakistan thereby making export of the fruit less competitive than regional peers, exporters said on Thursday.




A spokesperson of the Welfare Association Wholesale Vegetable Market Shaikh Waqar Ahmed told The News that almost all airlines including the national flag carrier increased their cargo charges by 100 percent while mango prices did not increase at that margin in the world, which reduced profit of exporters and made the export difficult for them. 


“Freight rates for Middle East increased to Rs70 per kg from Rs35 per kg last year,” he said.




Mango export started from May 25th through air routes and cargo went to Middle East, European countries and the South East Asian countries.





Pakistan’s export was closed for Iran, as later increased its duty to 250 percent and made exports impossible. I…

ANNUAL AUSTRALIAN AWARD CEREMONY FOR TOP PAKISTANI FARMERS ...

"This year we kept our grand ceremony as simple as we could...everybody is on the floor except couple of seats for our Australian & few other guests.......just to remind us what had happened with agriculture & farmer last year due to heavy torrential rains & frost bite..........A very brand new experience for them (Aussies)......."Rowland Holes, Peter Johnson, Dr. Amanullah Malk "UAF)......Mr. Imdad Nizamani "M.D. AAF" and Mr. Manglio "Sharecropper/Hari" a man in turban is actually man of the year...he has performed extremely well in all crops & stood No.1"


~ Courtesy of Hadi Laghari Technical Advisor ASSIM Agricultural Farm Sindh, Pakistan