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Chiquita Announces Company Will Return Its Shipping Operations To Port Of New Orleans After Four-Decade Hiatus

Chiquita Brands represents Port of New Orleans’ biggest container shipping win with a project that will increase container volume by roughly 15 percent and create 270 to 350 new jobs in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS — Today, Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Chiquita Brands International Inc. Senior Vice President Mario Pacheco to announce the company will relocate its shipping operations from the Port of Gulfport in Mississippi to the Port of New Orleans.

 Chiquita plans to ship 60,000 to 78,000 twenty-foot-equivalent units, or TEUs, per year at the Port of New Orleans, representing a roughly 15 percent increase in current container volumes there.

Chiquita’s shipping operations will return to New Orleans after a nearly 40-year hiatus. 

The company, known as United Brands in the 1970s, reloca…

8 Beers That You Should Stop Drinking Immediately

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Many of us choose what we eat very carefully, or at least dedicate our minimum attention to it. But when it comes to drinks, especially alcoholic beverages, we do little to make the best decisions for our health. 

Which is a HUGE mistake. 

All the work for your body can be ruined in a weekend out. 

While foods and non alcoholic beverages are required to list their ingredients and are monitored by the FDA, beer does not belong in either. 

Alcohol industry had lobbied for years to avoid labeling its ingredients.

 Some to protect its recipes, but most – to hide harmful ingredients.

Here’s some harmful ingredients that are commonly found in beer:

GMO Corn Syrup

GMO Corn

High Fructose Corn Syrup

Fish Bladder

Propylene Glycol

Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)

Natural Flavors

GMO Sugars

Caramel Coloring

Insect-Based Dyes



& lots more!

Here are the 8 beers that are commonly found in bars in United States that you should stop drinking immediately.

1. Newcastle Brown Ale

The Newcastle…

MAP: Every Country's Highest Valued Export



Using data from the CIA Factbook, we labeled every country in the world by it's highest valued export, a.k.a. the commodity that makes the country the most money in the global market.

Unsurprisingly, most of the world runs on oil, particularly the Middle East and Central Asia.

Europe seems to be the world's workshop, where most of the machinery and motor vehicles are made.
The type of machinery ranges from optical instruments to BMWs.

Latin America brings a blend of food products and oil to the trading table.

Asia, it seems, is the worlds manufacturing center, where the world's clothing, wood products, and semiconductors are made.

Africa is extremely rich in natural resources, particularly precious metals and oil. 

A substantial part of the continent makes it's money on diamonds, gold or oil.

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It’s “prudent” to plan for life after Cavendish, says Chiquita CEO

May 13th, 2014

The head of Chiquita Brands International (NYSE: CQB) has congratulated the global banana industry for its efforts to contain the deadly Tropical Race 4 (TR4) strain of Panama Disease, but says it would be wise to prepare for the possibility of a world without the staple Cavendish variety.

The variety itself was introduced as a replacement for the previous mainstay banana Gros Michel, which was almost completely wiped out by the first outbreak of Panama Disease. 

By the time a disease-resistant Gros Michel hybrid was bred, Cavendish had long been the default variety on supermarket shelves.

During an earnings conference call last week, Chiquita CEO Ed Lonergan said it was interesting to see the issue had been picked up by the mainstream media in the last few months.

“Clearly the industy’s been talking about this for a long time and the World Banana Forum has a working group made up of many many players that are…

Venezuela’s Dictatorship No Longer Cares About Appearances

by moctavio

For two and a half months, the Venezuelan Government had been extremely careful with the students and their protests. 

While it was aggressive and repressive at attacking those protesting in the streets, it had been respectful of the student camps set up in various parts of Caracas and other cities. 

The strategy by the students had been clever, they could not be accused of being violent, while camping near where many of the protests were taking place, allowing them to "feed" into the protests and retreat back to the camps when required. 

Moreover, the camps were in front of the United Nations in one case and near the OAS in the other. It seemed improbable that a Government involved in an internationally mediated dialogue would attack the camps. 

It would simply damage the image of the Government and tell the world what an outlaw Government Maduro's has become.

Except it did not work out that way. Instead, the Government or someone decided to attack and raid the st…

Walmart Settles Relatives’ Claims After 2011 Listeria Outbreak

Per Liljas 2:24 AM ET

Eric Jensen, left, leaves the federal courthouse in Denver on Jan. 28, 2014, with attorney Forrest Lewis after he and his brother Ryan were sentenced to five years of probation and six months of home detention. The two Colorado cantaloupe farmers, who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges stemming from a deadly listeria outbreak in 2011, were also ordered to each pay $150,000 in restitution and perform 100 hours of community serviceEd Andrieski—AP

The retail giant has agreed to a confidential settlement with relatives of some of the 33 people who died during an outbreak of listeria in 2011, later traced to a cantaloupe farm in Colorado, resolving claims against companies that inspected and delivered the tainted fruit.

Walmart said Tuesday that it has agreed to settle claims from several relatives of the 33 people who died in a 2011 outbreak of listeria, traced to a cantaloupe farm in Colorado.

The settlement involves 23 of the families and also resolved claims agains…

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