Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Good food jobs

  • Food Informants is a week-in-the-life series profiling fascinating people in the food world. We hope it will give you a first-hand look at the many different corners of the food industry.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • At the same time, good news has been wedged into the mix. New employers within the oil and gas industry have entered Weld and are offering jobs. Cheese maker Leprino Foods opened its new Greeley plant late last year and created additional jobs.
  • (The Tribune)
  • The job, Hofer explained, is not much different from what All donations are covered by the Good Samaritan Food Donation Act, which protects donors from legal liability when donating food to charity.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • That's good news." The tone at this year's seminar was noticeably The valley's top growing industry last year was "accommodation and food service" jobs, which Eldredge correlated to tourism.
  • (Flathead Beacon)
  • One of the best is the food processor. The one used in this slideshow is a Cuisinart purchased many years ago. It still does a great job, saving time Bath and Beyond are good places to shop for them.
  • (Examiner)
  • VANCOUVER — While most people might think about tucking into a good meal when the topic of food hoping to highlight the industrys importance. The food sector accounts for 13 per cent of Canadian jobs, and nine per cent of GDP. In B.C.
  • (The Vancouver Sun)
  • 'More Good Jobs' He said he'll outline plans to create "more and that the U.S. has higher gas prices, more people on food stamps and a national debt that exceeds the size of the economy.
  • (Businessweek)
  • our continued emphasis on good quality food at affordable prices, and improving the experience for our customers and our people, has meant that we are able to continue to invest in the business and create jobs.
  • (The Guardian)
  • LONDON (Reuters) - The world is running out of time to make sure there is enough food, water and energy to meet the needs Tinkering on the margins will not do the job.
  • (Reuters)

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