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THIS PLACE IS AMAZING : KEY LARGO HILTON RESORT .....

THIS IS WHY WE CELEBRATE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND !!!!!

A special thanks to all who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we could enjoy freedom !!!




FREEDOM IS NOT FREE 































YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS ; Smart technology helps cold chain shippers prevent product spoilage and loss....

December 2012 | Feature Stories






Food Logistics Taps into Tech Solutions







By Marty Weil














From the time food is harvested, contamination risk exists in every phase from farm to fork. Washing and cleaning produce seems like a safe step—but not if the process involves tainted water. Unsanitary packaging, handling, and transportation equipment represent additional sources of contamination.






Some food products are at higher risk than others. "Cantaloupes had a bad year in 2012," notes Kevin Payne, senior director at Santa Clara, Calif.-based Intelleflex, a global supplier of on-demand data visibility solutions. An August 2012 salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupes infected 178 people, resulting in 62 hospitalizations and two deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.






"A number of variables impact safe food handling during transport from field to table, and all of them are difficult to control," explains Payne. "Nearly every food item has some le…

EL DESASTRE ECOLOGICO QUE NOS DEJAN LOS CHAVISTAS ...

Los ranchos de la Gran Sabana




mayo 25, 2013 7:00 am






(Foto José Leal)






El hermoso paisaje de la sabana, envuelto con el aura de belleza providencial y milenaria pierde su valor cuando en algunos de sus verdes espacios se localizan barracas.




 Sus habitantes admiten conocer el valor turístico de este sector; sin embargo, aseguraron que su estadía allí ha sido permitida por el gobierno local, publica Correo del Caroní.








Parte de la montaña ha sido tomada por personas de otros municipios que aseguran querer trabajar en el turismo






Natalie García
Fotos José Leal







El crecimiento desorganizado se instaló en Santa Elena de Uairén hace poco menos de una década. Poco a poco sectores que antes eran bosques, terraplenes, selvas o áreas protegidas han sido tomados por habitantes de otros municipios que emigran al sur del estado Bolívar, en busca de una mejor vida y una casa propia.







Es así como personas de todos los rincones de la extensa geografía que comprende el macizo guayanés, e inclusive de otras regiones,…

Brazil will cancel or restructure almost $900m (£600m) in debt owed by African countries as part of a plan to increase future funding to the continent.

Brazil prepared to 'write-off' around £600m of African debt






President Dilma Rousseff is also set to announce a new development agency to work with African countries Photo: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images






Reuters

2:30AM BST 26 May 2013








Latin America's economic powerhouse is increasingly expanding its economic ties with Africa, a sign of how crises in the rich world are pushing faster-growing emerging economies to trade and invest among themselves, economists say.




Brazilian officials said President Dilma Rousseff, visiting Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa to mark the African Union's 50th anniversary, was set to announce a new development agency alongside the cancellation that will offer assistance to African countries.










"Almost all (aid) is cancellation," Thomas Traumann, spokesman of Brazil's presidency, told reporters in Addis Ababa.







Under Brazilian law, Brasilia cannot offer new loans and long-term financial assistance to countries with outstanding debts.






Trauma…

Pakistani Mango exports kick off: first consignment leaves for Middle East, Europe ...

May 26, 2013


IQBAL MIRZA & ZAHID BAIG








First consignment of 400 tons of mango left the country on Saturday to herald the start of mango export season - 2013. 



An export target of 175,000 tons has been set for this season which would fetch US $60 million. 



Waheed Ahmed, Chairman, Pakistan Fruit and Vegetable Exporters, Importers and Merchants Association told Business Recorder that the fruit was airlifted by PIA, Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Lines besides a substantial portion has also been sent by sea. 








He said the consignment was destined to Dubai, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Kingdom and Germany. 




Besides the traditional markets, efforts are also being made to export mango to Japan this season after meeting their quarantine requirements. 



A meeting with the Commerce Secretary was held here on Saturday where detailed discussions were held to facilitate exporters reach the Japanese market.








Waheed Ahmed said that Commerce Secretary was very positive in his approach and assured the e…

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT : WALMART STRUGGLES TO KEEP STORES STOCKED ...

Wal-Mart Plasters Stores With Green Dots to Stay Stocked


By Renee Dudley - May 24, 2013 4:31 PM ET




Empty spots for razors are seen inside a Wal-Mart store in North Dakota on March 13, 2013. Photograph: Corbis








Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) is turning up the pressure to keep its shelves adequately stocked by proposing to tie executive compensation to the issue -- and has asked an outside auditor to alert workers which items to focus on by plastering U.S. stores with neon green dots.







4:08

May 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Renee Dudley reports on the struggles with stocking shelves at Wal-Mart and their green dot solution. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)








Grocery items sit inside a cart at a Wal-Mart store in Alexandria, Virginia. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg







Earlier this year, Bloomberg News reported that Wal-Mart had trouble keeping its stores stocked as it cut back on workers per store. That has cost sales and driven away frustrated…

MEMORIAL DAY DEDICATION TO B29 BILL CAVAN

Memorial day Weekend 2013:


I never get tired of praising the "Old Man" for his valiant service for over 60 years of service to the USA and the ongoing fight against Communism.









As we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day weekend here in the USA:




My Dad (Bill Cavan) has served his country in various capacities around the World since before he was 18 years old.


He finally retired from active duty in 2003 at the ripe old age of 78 years young.


He has 60 years of service to his country.


Willing to pay the ultimate sacrifice: WWII, The Cold War, Vietnam, The Cold War (Part II), Central America, Plan Colombia among many adventures.


Bill Cavan has served in over 50 countries around the World.


Thank you for your dedication to Country above ALL else!




I am Honored to be your Son....



"Through it all, My Father's message is that we are all Brothers and Sisters and that LIFE is a wonderful thing not meant to be squandered"

~ Will Cavan