Business News Archive - July 01, 2008
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By Matt McKinney, Star Tribune, Minneapolis Jul. 1--Floods and heavy rains last month washed away about 2 percent of the nation's corn crop, a serious blow to national agriculture but not as bad as some had feared. The loss, most of it on the plains of Iowa, was reported Monday by the U.S.
This week a lucky Scunthorpe Telegraph reader will have chance to win a holiday voucher for pounds800. With High Street agent Ilkeston Co-op Travel, we are giving everyone the chance to jet off to a warmer place.
The availability of fresh peeled onions in Cornwall for bakeries and wholesalers has taken a major step forward as the result of a substantial investment by a local vegetable processor.
It's been described as a "green revolution" and "the most dramatic change in energy policy since the advent of nuclear power". So what will Britain be like in just over a decade's time? Well, a lot cleaner and greener if the Government gets its way.
Thousands more jobs could be created in the South West's growing renewable energy sector thanks to proposals outlined by the Government.
By The Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) - Admit it. That chunky carry-on bag of yours would never fit into the sample box displayed outside the airport gate. Don't expect that bag to get a free ride for long.
NEW DELHI: Passengers at the international terminal of the IGI Airport had a harrowing time on Friday night after the air- conditioning at the departure side stopped working.
Partnership will expand presence of Reed's and Virgil's brands within all Sprouts Farmers Market locations throughout Arizona, Texas, California & Colorado Integrated Corporate Relations John Mills 310-954-1105 email@example.com Reed's, Inc.
By Stacey Plaisance ON THE WEB: French Market www.frenchmarket.org NEW ORLEANS - Temporary farm markets deployed in parts of New Orleans recovering from Hurricane Katrina have given residents access to fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood.