Monthly Archives: February 2013

Bento 101 (Getting into the Bento Making Habit) Part 3: Let’s pack a bento

bento101-sunnybento.jpg It’s time to get real – pack a real bento for lunch, that is! continue reading… See on justbento.com Advertisements

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Australian nut industry pleased by new dietary guidelines and latest research findings | Australian Food News

The Australian nut industry has welcomed the NHMRC Australian Dietary Guideline’s recommendation that Australians increase their consumption of nuts by 350 per cent. See on http://www.ausfoodnews.com.au

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Number of workers from North Korea will increase : InfoMongolia.com : News and information about Mongolia, Mongolian language lessons

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Daily News and Information about Mongolia in English, Data and Statistics, Maps, Photos and Mongolian language lessons, On-line courses See on http://www.infomongolia.com

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KFC: Mongolia’s latest “first mover” – Financial Times (blog)

KFC: Mongolia’s latest “first mover”Financial Times (blog)Mongolia is following the footsteps of its largest trading partner, China, whose first western food chain in 1987 was Yum! Brands’ KFC. See on blogs.ft.com

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59% of the ‘Tuna’ Americans Eat Is Not Tuna

Nonprofit ocean protection group Oceana took 1,215 samples of fish from across the United States and genetically tested them in order to bring us the following astonishing facts See on http://www.theatlantic.com

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8000-Year old rice remains from the north edge of the Shandong Highlands, East China

Systematic archaeobotanical work at Xihe site recovered 8000 years old rice and other plant remains. Cultural context analyses of the plant and animal remains indicated Xihe people relied mainly on fishing–hunting–gathering as their subsistence. As the largest amount and higher … Continue reading

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Doctors hit out at alcohol’s ability to self-regulate

Accusing Australia’s alcohol industry of being incapable of self-regulation, the Australian Medical Association (AMA) has called on the government to launch an inquiry into alcohol marketing amid what it calls an unprecedented push by the… See on http://www.foodnavigator-asia.com

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Rio Tinto Said to Clash With Mongolia Ahead of Meeting

Rio Tinto Group’s crucial meetingwith Mongolia tomorrow follows weeks of disputes over control ofthe world’s biggest copper and gold mine under construction,according to two people familiar with the situation. See on http://www.businessweek.com

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IKEA Singapore stops selling meatballs amid horsemeat scare – Channel NewsAsia

The Singapore branch of Swedish home products company, IKEA, said on Tuesday the meatballs at its cafeterias here contain only beef and pork sourced and produced from Australia. See on http://www.channelnewsasia.com

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Global Partnership for Social Accountability Call for Proposals for Mongolia

In Mongolia, the GPSA seeks proposals from Civil Society Organizations that will enhance open contracting practices so that relevant government agencies can take the necessary corrective measures to improve contract management and implementation. See on http://www.worldbank.org

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