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Mango World Magazine (MWM) (IMO BLOG) LEADS ALL USA BASED PRODUCE INFORMATION SITES ...

As the new year starts out, Mango World Magazine (MWM) (IMO BLOG) leads all USA based Produce Industry information websites.






The IMO BLOG has passed the Packer Newspaper online in the USA market and continues to lead both the Produce News and The National Mango Board (NMB) websites.









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Mango World World (MWM) (IMO BLOG)



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Here are the latest ALEXA.COM rankings for USA market as of Saturday, January 05, 2013 ...












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Team Rally Venezuela inicia con buen pie el Dakar 2013 ...

Enero 5, 2013 5:01 pm







Los centauros venezolanos Nicolás Cardona, Rafael Eraso y Gustavo Querales, completaron la primera etapa del Rally Dakar disputada este sábado entre las poblaciones peruanas de Lima y Pisco, recorrido de 263 kilómetros en el que tomaron la salida hasta 183 motociclistas.






El larense Nicolás Cardona empleó 49 minutos y 5 segundos para completar la prueba especial que tuvo una distancia de 13 kilómetros, registro que lo dejó colocado en lugar 76, a 9 minutos con 50 del ganador de la etapa, el chileno Francisco López, quien aventajó por apenas 5 segundos al holandés Frans Verhoeven, el primero al manillar de una KTM y el segundo en una Yamaha.







Rafael Eraso marcó un tiempo de 57 minutos con 15 segundos que lo ubicó en la casilla 143, en tanto el también caraqueño Gustavo Querales fijó 1 hora, 3 minutos y 55 segundos para culminar en el puesto 166.





En una jornada soleada que contó con la asistencia de miles de aficionados que acompañaron la inauguración, los integrantes de…

FIRST STAGE OF 2013 DAKAR RALLY CONCLUDED ...

01. LIMA - PISCO


06/01/201302. PISCO - PISCO


07/01/201303. PISCO - NAZCA


08/01/201304. NAZCA - AREQUIPA


09/01/201305. AREQUIPA - ARICA


10/01/201306. ARICA - CALAMA


11/01/201307. CALAMA - SALTA


12/01/201308. SALTA - SAN MIGUEL


14/01/201309. SAN MIGUEL - CÓBA


15/01/201310. CÓBA - LA RIOJA


16/01/201311. LA RIOJA - FIAMBALÁ


17/01/201312. FIAMBALÁ- COPIAPÓ


18/01/201313. COPIAPÓ LA SERENA



19/01/201314. LA SERENA - SANTIAGO








At the end of stage one:





It's hot in Pisco. 



Yet the results of the first special were a burst of freshness, with Ignacio Flores and his quad seizing Peru's maiden win.




 Meanwhile, Chile took control of the motorcycle category as Chaleco won the stage and two other Chileans got into the Top 4. 





In the car category it wasn't a question of nationality, but of seeing winner Carlos Sainz's car breathe new life into his palmarès. The buggies didn't disappoint anyone in the first day of racing.





The consequences of the first stage will be forgotten in a few days, but what they …

ALL VEHICLES HAVE LEFT THE STARTING GATE AT 2013 DAKAR RALLY ....

All the competitors have left the podium, it's time to go! 


One goal: Santiago...

#dakar2013









FDA: Federal food safety law carries price tag ...

01/04/2013 3:39:56 PM


Tom Karst






See also: "FDA rolls out first rules on federal food safety law."











The costs to fruit and vegetable growers for complying with the newly proposed produce safety regulation have been estimated at more than $30,000 annually for large farms and about $13,000 per year for smaller farms.




Those figures come from the Food and Drug Administration’s cost-and-benefit analysis of the produce safety rule regulation, one of two proposed Food Safety Modernization Act components released Jan. 4.




The FDA estimates the new food safety regulations on growing and packing will prevent 1.75 million foodborne illnesses annually.





The proposed rule imposes new standards on growers for worker training and hygiene, agricultural water purity, biological soil amendments, equipment, tools and buildings. Exemptions to the proposed rule were carved out for produce commodities rarely consumed raw, produce used for personal or on-farm consumption, produce that receives a “kill step”…

WHERE IN THE WORLD DO IMO BLOG VIEWERS COME FROM ??? ...

Since March 14, 2011 ...


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As of January 05, 2013



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Past Month (December 2012) ...

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United States


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India


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Philippines


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Australia


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Pakistan


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Peru


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Netherlands


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This Past week ...

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India


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United Kingdom


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Canada


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Philippines


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Mexico


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Philippines


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Canada


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Germany


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Peru


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2013: Mango fruit cookie newest addition to Girl Scout treats ...

January 4, 2013



By Kevin McClintock



news@joplinglobe.com







Just when you thought the flow of holiday sweets was winding down, Girl Scouts nationwide are preparing to go door-to-door with their highly anticipated cookies.



Luckily, the newest cookie to hit Joplin’s doorsteps — a taste of Southeast Asia called the Mango Crème — is the organization’s first-ever nutrient-filled treat.








“I think people who eat their favorite (Girl Scout) cookies do it as an indulgence,” said Lisa Nelson, a Girl Scout volunteer. “But it’s always good to have... increasingly nutritious and delicious cookies.”







The Mango Crèmes are vanilla and coconut sandwich cookies with a mango-flavored crème center. The box says the crème features NutriFusion — nutrients derived from fruits. A look at the ingredient list states each cookie is comprised of a natural, whole-food concentrate of cranberries, pomegranates, grapes and strawberries, among others.






Nelson said the crunchy cookie with the fruity filling, built like the famed O…

DAKAR RALLY 2013 IS READY TO GO !!! ...