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Ontario proposes to boost water bottler fee from $3.71 to $500 per million litres taken

TORONTO – Ontario is proposing to charge water-bottling companies a little over $500 per million litres, up from the current fee of just a few dollars. 604 more words

Canada

Coffee

How does coffee fit with In Due Time? Well, besides the obvious that I do not allow my children to drink coffee until the age of 16 yrs old…caffeine studies have shown that it can stunt growth in youth. 459 more words

MAT KOOL Lancar Aiskrim Baru Bentuk Panda Yang Comel

Dapatkan dan rasailah MAT KOOL® Panda, aiskrim baru paling comel!

Nestlé Ice Cream, pengeluar aiskrim terkemuka di Malaysia telah melancarkan aiskrim terbarunya, iaitu aiskrim MAT KOOL® Panda pada majlis pelancaran media yang diadakan di Pusat Konservasi Panda, Zoo Negara Malaysia. 466 more words

Semasa

Ryan Lochte Becomes PowerBar Pitchman

PowerBar believes in giving Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte a second chance at a victory lap.

Lochte generated headlines for all the wrong reasons in 2016. He won just a… 699 more words

Retail

M&A for R+D: what all businesses can learn from consumer goods companies

Recent industry analysis has highlighted a number of complex and significant trends within the consumer goods sector. In a sector powered by names such as Nestlé, Pepsi and Unilever, research shows that R+D budgets are diminishing as a share of revenues, particularly in comparison with highly innovative sectors such as technology. 451 more words

Blog

Are you the milky bar kid?

As we stock a wide range of the weird and wonderful, this little gem stood out to me bringing back memories of the adverts on TV, where the kid with glasses was the sheriff, and fueled by a Milkybar, no one would stand in his way! 122 more words

Antiques

Multinational corporation pays $15 a day for Hope water

BY CINDY CHEN, JESSICA SUN AND ALYSSA YAN

The earth’s surface is covered by 70% water. Only 3% is fresh water,and less than 1% is accessible for personal uses. 294 more words

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