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  1. Australian mango industry starting to profit from 'beating to the same drum'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Coming off the back of its biggest season on record, members of Australia's mango industry are in Darwin today to work on making the next crop even better and more profitable. The industry is working on a five-year plan, which focuses on increasing exports and improving quality, which is underpinned by better communication across the supply chain.

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  2. eegee's 23rd Annual Coupon Card to Benefit Three Local Organizations...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Press Conference will be held at 10 AM, Thursday, May 28 at eegee's restaurant at 6210 North Oracle Road eegee's is proud to announce the beneficiaries of the 23rd annual Coupon Card program are BAG IT!, Ben's Bells and The Kick Cancer for Stephen Foundation. Every year during the entire month of June, eegee's provides customers the opportunity to support a local not-for-profit organization.

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  3. Help your kids get serious about playing healthy - Tue, 26 May 2015 PSTRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Spokesman-Review

    Swimming, lacrosse, hockey, track, rock climbing, karate and volleyball are only a few of the sports your child could participate in this year. Whether your child is involved in an organized team sport or individual sport, takes P.E. at school or enjoys active play with friends on the weekend, you probably know that staying physically active is an important part of good health, and a great habit to develop in childhood.

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  4. Shortage of plant material hurting coconut industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gleaner

    THE ISSUE of the ongoing scarcity of seed coconuts, which dominated the agenda during the recent annual general meeting of the Coconut Industry Board , is not likely to be resolved any time soon. The board was unable to provide a satisfactory answer as to when and how this crippling shortage would be addressed.

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  5. Mango gazpacho, the perfect summer soupRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    ... C (one mango has almost a full day's recommended supply), and also provides a host of other vitamins. Like other fruits, though, mango gets its great flavor from sugar. Yes, they are natural sugars, and the natural fiber keeps my kids from eating ...

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  6. South Wales Echo letters: Monday, May 25, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    The ruined 16th-century house, Llantrithyd Place, in the village of Llantrithyd, sent in by Jeanne Bear, of Llantrithyd, near Cowbridge I lived in Cardiff for 72 years, apart for two years national service, I then removed to Porthcawl and I have lived there for 10 years now. Building a huge structure like envisaged, with all the workers there finding their way to work.

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  7. MomentumWE have OvercomeRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    We made food history last week when Indiana declared the Wick's sugar cream as its very own State Pie. I celebrated the event by having my wife tell me I couldn't eat any because of my cholesterol.

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  8. MomentumSUCKING Up the JuiceRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    ... these men do not face deportation. I would like to see these somber workers moving more freely among us, enjoying the fruits of their labors. As it is, I see many with the hangdog look of someone who is homesick and worried. About two years ago ...

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  9. The WilliesAMERICAN Stage Brings Kerouac Back to Life in McELROY'S 'End of the Road'Read the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    The wind came racing down the mountain last week and whipped the golden and ochre leaves into the air like snow. They fell for hours, swirling around my head and filling the sky.

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  10. 10 tips to get your family to eat more fruits and veggiesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Journal

    Does your family eat enough fruits and vegetables? If your answer is yes, then give yourself a pat on the back. However, most families do not get the recommended daily dose.

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  11. President of Double A Vineyards speaks to Westfield/Mayville RotaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Observer

    Guest speaker for the Westfield/Mayville Rotary Club's annual Rural-Urban Day, Dennis Rak, was introduced by Rotarian Patty DiPalma. Rak is president of Double A Vineyards Inc. His wife, Susan Rak, is vice president and the couple's two sons, Adam and Abram, both work in the Fredonia business.

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  12. Top TV chefs discuss how to approach vegetarian, vegan cookingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Petersburg Times

    "People misunderstand vegetarianism and veganism. One may be completely different from another.

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  13. You don't have to be Dan Gilbert to change the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Detroit News

    A few yards from Indian Village, a man with a paintbrush offers a reminder that small projects make a difference, too You don't have to be Dan Gilbert to change the city A few yards from Indian Village, a man with a paintbrush offers a reminder that small projects make a difference, too Check out this story on detroitnews.com: http://detne.ws/1HH3z6k You need people like Dan Gilbert to rebuild a city, up in an office. But you also need people like Garrick Landsberg, up on a ladder.

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  14. Armenia Offers Refuge For Europe's Last LeopardsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Groong

    ARMENIA OFFERS REFUGE FOR EUROPE'S LAST LEOPARDS 17:42, 25 May 2015 Siranush Ghazanchyan Daniel McLaughlin The Irish Times High on an Armenian hillside, Gor Hovhannisyan eases a camouflage-green box from its hiding place in the trees and opens the back to see what he has caught. This time, only a bird and a rabbit triggered the camera trap's motion sensors.

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  15. 10 fruits and vegetables you're storing wronglyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    You bring home fresh fruits and vegetables, stash them in the refrigerator and then wonder what the heck happened to make them shrivel, rot or go limp a few days later. Much of the time, the culprit is the way you're storing them.

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  16. Author tells stories of Great Depression-era SunnyvaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | San Jose Mercury News

    Though the days of Sunnyvale's vast, sprawling orchards and wide open spaces are long gone, they are still fresh in the memory of one author who grew up during some of Sunnyvale's most pivotal moments in history. Elsie McCain White is the author of "California Girl: Growing up in the Great Depression," a memoir about White's upbringing in Sunnyvale when its population was a mere 3,000 people and the railroad, fruit business and iron distribution ruled.

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  17. Decade of fruit and veggies in B.C. schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | GlobalNews

    British Columbia's health minister chomps on a crunchy cucumber as he hands out fresh peppers and tomatoes to Grade 5 students who eagerly accept the healthy snacks. Terry Lake was at Oaklands Elementary School on Monday to mark a decade of the province's fruit and vegetables program, which is available to 1,460 schools, or 90 per cent of B.C. schools.

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  18. Status of fruit in late springRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Summer doesn't begin until June 21st, so looking at fruit trees on May 25th is nearly a month ahead. On today's hike, the Arlington Outdoor Examiner observed the status of fruit trees.

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  19. Herea s why buying the ripest produce isna t always bestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Gazette

    ... delve into the complexities of ripeness and maturity. And while we're at it, let's think a little about climacteric fruits. Ripeness and maturity are separate but linked processes. Think of it this way: Maturity is when the fruit has assembled all ...

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  20. What does TEOTWAWKI mean?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    TEOTWAWKI is an acronym for 'The end of the world as we know it," however; it does not mean it is the end of the world. It is a slang term used by Preppers or those who prepare for emergencies in advance.

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