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  1. No More Greasy Touchscreen? KFC Has Bluetooth Keyboard Tray LinersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | Small Business Trends

    Have you ever gone out to grab a quick bite at your favorite fast food restaurant, but couldn't use your phone while chowing down because of the grease? It's a real problem for those of us who want to multitask or just can't put our phones down, not even for food. Well, KFC has the solution.

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  2. Grand Millennium Dubai Hotel Rolls Out a Grand Eid Al Fitr CelebrationRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | PR Log

    Eid Al Fitr is the region's biggest celebration of the year when families get together for a memorable time. Keeping this in mind, PRLog - June 3, 2015 - AL BARSHA, UAE -- Eid Al Fitr is the region's biggest celebration of the year when families get together for a memorable time.

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  3. Small Business Owner Secures Franchise Acquisition Financing via BoeFlyRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | PR Log

    Ohio woman closes a loan with a nationwide preferred SBA lender from Minnesota to purchase a Hurricane Grill & Wings franchise in Florida PRLog - June 3, 2015 - ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. -- BoeFly, the business loan marketplace for small business borrowers, announced today that Dawn Swineford has secured a franchise acquisition loan from Stearns Bank through a connection made by BoeFly.

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  4. Melon, pumpkin are Kibuuka's goldRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | New Vision

    ... into agriculture you cannot sleep on an empty stomach', he says adding that he does not remember when he last bought food since he gets all the food from his farm. New Vision Online reserves the right to moderate, publish or delete a post without ...

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  5. Chimpanzees Might Actually Have Cooking Skills, New Study SuggestsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Switched

    Inside every chimp might be a budding chef, just waiting for the right opportunity to show off his culinary skills. While it's long been known that chimps prefer cooked food when given the option , a new study goes even further, showing how chimps may have the patience, planning ability and understanding needed to do the cooking themselves if given the opportunity.

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  6. Say no fear mongers on the passing of the biotechnology and biosafety Bill"Read the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago | New Vision

    In response to the article on rejection of GMOs by Brian Mugabi that featured in Sunday Vision of May.24.2015, I would like to make it clear that GM technology is not a new technology as many of us think. For instance, the vaccines and insulin hormone which have for long been used are products of genetic engineering.

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  7. John Bintz, Ski Hall of Famer who built Apple Mountain, made memories and left legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | MLive.com

    Children learned to ski there. Teenagers earned their first paychecks serving hot chocolate and hauling apples.

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  8. Recipe with Andy Sewell: Plaice goujons... or tasty fish fingers to you and meRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | This Is South Devon

    PLAICE is only really in season between May and October, after that the fish become very skinny and their flesh a little watery. But in the summer they are nice and plumb with a beautiful orange spot.

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  9. Indian Accent restaurant to open first outlet in New YorkRead the original story

    19 min ago | Newkerala.com

    ... later this year," Rohit Khattar, chairman, Old World Hospitality, said in a statement. Indian Accent serves Indian food with a blend of global ingredients and techniques with the flavours and traditions of India. The restaurant has won several ...

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  10. University riding club dishes up horse meatRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago | The Local

    ... about the fuss" surrounding the riding club's choice. "I want more people to talk about meat production and not wasting food...because we are wasting food because we think that some things are too cute to eat." Sweden has one of the largest numbers ...

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  11. Deadline looming for 45th annual Squamish men's tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | North Shore News

    June 8 is the final deadline for entry into the 2015 Squamish Valley Golf Club's Men's Amateur Golf Tournament. Taking place on the weekend of June 13-14, the annual Squamish tourney has become increasingly popular with local players.

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  12. Cold weather knocks out peach crop two years in a row, but family business still going strongRead the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago | Athens Banner-Herald

    People have been stopping to buy peaches at Oconee County's Thomas Orchards for more than 60 years, through four generations of the Thomas family - even though times have been tough in the peach business lately, at least in Oconee County. In 62 years, it's the first time the family has lost the peach crop for two years in a row, said Jerry Thomas, 86, who started the family orchards with his father Brad, more than six decades ago.

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  13. New study suggests that humans and chimpanzees share basic brain skills needed for cookingRead the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | Medical News

    ... that humans' cognitive capacity for cooking are also share by chimpanzees. This includes a preference for cooked food, the ability to understand the transformation of raw food into cooked food, and even the ability to save and transport food over ...

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  14. New Study Highlights Wise Company's Commitment To Long-Term Food...Read the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | PRWeb

    A new study, conducted by Silliker Labs, reveals that Wise Company's usage of Metallyte barriers for its long-term food storage products provides an unprecedented level of protection against air and moisture exposure. Wise Company, a leading supplier of reliable, easy-to-make and extremely affordable dehydrated and freeze-dried foods for emergency, long-term storage and camping usage, recently released results of a study conducted by Silliker Labs, on the Metallyte barriers used in Wise products.

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  15. Maui Wowi Hawaiian Debuts Midnight KonaRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | PRWeb

    This is a time of year where most coffees go blonde, but Maui Wowi wanted to turn heads with a delicious, rich, dark roast instead. The summer heat is creating a stir at Maui Wowi Hawaiian locations across the country.

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  16. School kitchen manager 'fired from Colorado school for giving...Read the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | The Independent

    ... in Colorado for giving free lunches to students who could not afford to pay for them. Della Curry, 35, supervised food preparation at Dakota Valley Elementary School in Aurora, Colorado, but says she was let go because she gave food to students. The ...

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  17. Study Shows Organic Practices More Profitable To FarmersRead the original story

    43 min ago | Agri Marketing

    STUDY SHOWS ORGANIC PRACTICES MORE PROFITABLE TO FARMERS Jun. 3, 2015 Agri-Pulse reports: n spite of lower yields, the global study shows that the profit margins for organic agriculture were significantly greater than conventional agriculture. The results show that there's room for organic agriculture to expand and, with its environmental benefits, to contribute a larger share in feeding the world sustainably.

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  18. Sbarro Welcomes Summer with New 4 Cheese White PizzaRead the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago | PRWeb

    We decided to celebrate the classic white pizza. We are utilizing quality, savory cheeses that our customers love, and believe guests will enjoy this new flavor of our NY style pizza."

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  19. Floating pizzeria is a tasty and eco-friendly slice of paradise in FijiRead the original story w/Photo

    45 min ago | Inhabitat

    ... toilets" that transfer septic waste into tanks that are transported by boat to the mainland every day. Food waste is also transported to the mainland and composted for reuse in the MES gardens. Unveiled at the Abu Dhabi Yacht Show, this all-electric ...

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  20. Tiny Baby, Big Bottle! 2-Week-Old Lemur in Zoo NurseryRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | Patch.com

    An 11-day-old endangered female ring-tailed lemur is being cared for around the clock by animal care staff in the San Diego Zoo's neonatal assisted care facility. The tiny baby was born on May 20, and on May 24 animal care staff noticed the baby appeared weak and they were concerned that the baby may not be receiving proper nutrition.

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