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Afghan Agriculture Exporters Featured at Gulfood 2020

Twenty-six exporters of Afghanistan’s finest fruits, nuts, juices, saffron, and spices are showcasing their products for international buyers at the world’s largest annual food and hospitality trade show—Gulfood Expo Dubai—from February 16 to 20, said a USAID press release. “Expanding sales of Afghan products in these important export markets means better incomes for farm families, dignified jobs for Afghan women and men, and increased revenue for the government,” said USAID/Afghanistan Mission Director Peter Natiello. He added, “The US government, through USAID, remains committed to support Afghans in their quest for peace and prosperity.” Women-owned businesses are among the Afgan vendors at the trade show, which will hopefully link up Afghan businesspeople with an international business hub. “Thanks to USAID who linked us with importers from the UAE, South Asia, and Eastern Europe during Gulfood 2019, we signed contracts worth almost $4 million. Trade is one of several ways in which our country can prosper. USAID is helping us stand on our feet and harness those opportunities,” said Aman Gul, Vice President of Afghan Moman Ltd. Gulfood Expo covers a million square feet of exh...

HOUSTON — When Meg Owen posts product review on Instagram or her blog, fans know she

HOUSTON — When Meg Owen posts product review on Instagram or her blog, fans know she did weeks of trial and error. She lives in League City with her family, but online, followers know her as Meg O. Owen is a theater teacher-turned-lifestyle blogger who doesn’t mind baring a freshly scrubbed face to demonstrate how to use a product and if it’s worth your money. “Between the brands and on social media, it can be very overwhelming for women,” she said. “We’re always inundated with product and we feel like we need 20 million things. I don’t think that is necessarily true with skincare and beauty.” That’s why Owen came up with a list she calls “Drugstore Skincare Gems.” These are products that she not only uses but recommends to her fans. Celebrity makeup artist Bobbi Brown reportedly uses the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water, too. Khloe Kardashian has posted about the PanOxyl Acne Foaming Wash on her Instagram account. Kerry Washington told Allure magazine that she loves the ingredients in the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel moisturizer.  2 Layers Pvc Roofing Tiles “It’s great especially for us women who live in Houston where it’s humid,” Owen said. “We don’t like a heavy moisturiz...

One ‘lucky dog’ (and one lucky vet school) to be featured in the Super Bowl

A very grateful pet owner has created a Super Bowl ad to thank—in a huge way—the veterinary school that saved his dog’s life. When David MacNeil learned last summer that his golden retriever Scout had an aggressive blood vessel cancer and wasn’t likely to live out the month, MacNeil was devastated. On the advice of Scout’s primary care veterinarian, MacNeil took his dog to the University of Wisconsin–Madison (UW) School of Veterinary Medicine, where Scout’s hemangiosarcoma was treated aggressively with chemotherapy, radiation therapy and immunotherapy, according to an article on the university’s website. Within a month, the size of Scout’s tumor had decreased by nearly 80%, and today it is “all but disappeared,” according to the article. Having already lost three other dogs to cancer, MacNeil is understandably ecstatic about his dog’s current health and extremely grateful to the medical team that saved his life. But MacNeil isn’t just any pet owner. He is CEO of Illinois-based WeatherTech, a very successful manufacturer of automotive accessories and home and pet care products, and he wanted to show his appreciation in a very, very big way. MacNeil purchased a $6 million Super Bo...

citybizlist : Washington DC : ATA Renews PrePass as Endorsed Featured Product

The American Trucking Associations announced today it has renewed PrePass—a product of the PrePass Safety Alliance—as an Endorsed ATA Business Solutions Featured Product. ATA also endorses PrePass Safety Alliance’s PrePass Plus electronic toll payment solution, MOTION, ALERTS, and INFORM products. PrePass is a weigh station bypass platform offered throughout North America that allows qualified commercial vehicles with good safety scores and current credentials to bypass hundreds of inspection facilities using a secure, hands-free in-cab electronic device. “Minimizing truck downtime is key for a fleet’s productivity and profitability,” said ATA President and CEO Chris Spear. “The service and technology offered in PrePass exemplify how innovative products can streamline a carrier’s operations and increase efficiency throughout the entire supply chain.” Within seconds of approaching a PrePass-equipped site, the service automatically pre-screens vehicles and notifies drivers if they are cleared to stay on the road and bypass truck scales, or if they need to pull in for inspection. PrePass Plus offers electronic toll payment options. INFORM, ...

Founded in 1993 by brothers Tom and David Gardner, The Motley Fool helps millions of people

Founded in 1993 by brothers Tom and David Gardner, The Motley Fool helps millions of people attain financial freedom through our website, podcasts, books, newspaper column, radio show, and premium investing services. I just went back and checked. In 2009, my family purchased two items. Since then, we’ve ordered roughly 2,000 more. Diaper deliveries alone have made Amazon a godsend. Its stock has also provided enormous returns. I called it my highest-conviction stock in 2012, and regularly pore over every word that founder and CEO Jeff Bezos utters. Shares have increased 1,300% over the past decade, making it a top stock to own. Full disclosure: I have sold Amazon shares before because they had grown to be too large a position in my portfolio. But now — for the first time ever — I’ll be selling shares because I’m losing faith in the company. This has nothing to do with valuation, or the potential expansion into other industries. It’s something much simpler — and in the long run, more important — that is bothering me. I’ve long said the only way someone from the 1990s could understand the evolution of Amazon is via its mission...

Father Christmas snorting cocaine featured on new Walmart sweater

In December, it is only to be expected that our favourite stores will be decked out in some pretty atrocious Christmas attire.  But Walmart in Canada may have gone too far (or just far enough), releasing a Christmas sweater which features Santa Claus doing lines of cocaine.  If the image of the ugly sweater doesn’t tell a thousand words, then the product description on Walmart Canada’s website sure does:  “We all know how snow works. It’s white, powdery and the best snow comes straight from South America. That’s bad news for jolly old St Nick, who lives far away in the North Pole. That’s why Santa really likes to savour the moment when he get his hands on some quality, grade A, Colombian snow.” After the sweater caused quite a stir, Walmart apologised and had the product taken down from the company’s website. A spokesman for the retail giant said:  0.4mm Stainless Steel Wire “These sweaters, sold by a third-party seller on Walmart.ca, do not represent Walmart’s values and have no place on our website. We have removed these products from our marketplace. We apologise for any unintended offence this may have caused.” The Walmart site was selling a range of naughty  sweaters includ...

Purdue University Introduces Replica Shirt Featured on Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ Show

Atlanta, Ga. (September 18, 2019) – Purdue University, working in conjunction with CLC, its exclusive trademark licensing agent, has introduced a special-edition, replica Purdue shirt that appeared on an episode of Netflix’s “Stranger Things 3” this past summer.  During the Independence Day weekend episode of the show, one of the characters wore a light blue, ’80s style, short-sleeve Purdue shirt, which quickly created a social media buzz with Boilermakers excited to see Purdue merchandise featured on the popular show. Since the airing of the show, the Purdue Trademarks and Licensing Department has been working with CLC and Purdue licensee, Venley, to replicate the unique product that bears the vintage Purdue Pete logo on the left sleeve and Purdue in gold across the chest. “After much anticipation from Boilermaker fans, we are so excited to finally be able to offer the Purdue-branded shirt that was featured on ‘Stranger Things,’” said Erika Austin, Purdue’s manager of trademarks and licensing. “Venley did a remarkable job replicating the shirt from scratch. We appreciate their efforts in developing this special product for our fans.” The shirt will be carried at the Purdue Team...

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Breakfast is, in my opinion, the best meal of the day. You can choose something sweet or savory, and it can be prepared in a pinch or you can take all morning. Whether it’s a simple smoothie, overnight oats prepared the night before or an impressive stack of pancakes, it doesn’t take a lot of time or cooking expertise to make a delicious morning meal. Want to up your breakfast game? These cookbooks will inspire you to discover new favorites to whip up midweek or share with friends and loved ones on lazy weekends. This book by Emily Elyse Miller highlights the many wonderful ways breakfast is enjoyed around the world. Sweet, savory, classic, regional—this sleek, minimalist cookbook has it all. Breakfast is filled with accessible, straightforward recipes for home-cooked breakfasts, with notes detailing cultural context and culinary insights. From a low-key diner breakfast with toast ...

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Oh, you still charge your phone by plugging it into the wall each night? That’s . . . cute. One of the best things about the new iPhone is its wireless charging capability. Powered by Qi technology, it transfers energy from the coils in one device to similar coils in your phone.  But the best thing about wireless charging? You don’t need to know how it works. All you need to do is place your iPhone on a compatible charger and wander away. No cords, no fuss.  There are a lot of chargers out there that do multiple things—they charge your phone, your watch, your earbuds. They often have an extra USB port out the back. They light up, don’t light up, light up in patterns—the point being they’re needlessly complicated. This 7.5-watt Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad does one thing. You put your phone on it and it charges that device. The most complicated thing about it? Decidin...

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products we think you’ll love. Featured

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Yes, St. Barth has some superb hotels. But to truly appreciate the laid-back glamour and jet-set lifestyle of the Caribbean’s most luxurious island, it’s best to settle into a villa. These little private oases will do the trick just fine. Like the nearby Le Sereno hotel, these three magnificent villas were designed by Parisian legend Christian Liaigre. Each one has more than 7,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space and a private pool, all with dramatic views of the beach and the at Grand Cul de Sac. The villas provide ample privacy, but their guests also have access to the swimming pool and gourmet restaurant, as well as hotel services like butlers and concierges. The colorful, modern terrace that stretches the length of Villa Utopic and overlooks Gustavia Harbor is one of the prime selling points. In general, it’s an eye-catching luxury home for up to six guests built into the cliffs above C...

Delivering a presentation at the International Congress of Refrigeration (ICR) in Montreal, Canada, this month, Jensen

Delivering a presentation at the International Congress of Refrigeration (ICR) in Montreal, Canada, this month, Jensen said that between 2019 and the end of 2036, HFC importation into Australia is scheduled to reduce gradually from 8,000 tonnes CO2e to < 2,000 tonnes CO2e. At the same time, Jensen said the year 2018 was the third warmest year ever recorded for the Australian continent. In January 2019, he said 15 of the hottest locations in the world were in Australia with the highest night time temperature of 35.9°C recorded at Noona in central New South Wales. This has led to many refrigerated warehouses in the major urban centres of Australia now being designed to accommodate ambient dry bulb temperatures >45°C for three consecutive days with a peak of up to 48°C within that three day period. “Leapfrogging low global warming potential, synthetic refrigerant blends in new Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pump (RACHP) installations raises special challenges in Australia,” Jensen said. “It’s not just about the high ambient temperatures but a low level of awareness when it comes to natural refrigerant-based solutions and the upcoming proliferation of flammable...

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