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More water for you... That is how they do it.
This happened also with Green Pasture fermented cod liver oil. Realised few days ago
Cutting of 15 million trees alone in Scotland to make room for wind farms
At least 12 people have been injured when an explosion rocked grain silos near the port of Derince in western Turkey, according to state media.Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency said on Monday that three of 12 people injured were in serious condition.
“Initial evaluations show that an explosion occurred due to wheat dust compression during the transfer of wheat from a ship to the silo,” he added.
“We were told that it is technically possible that a blast could occur due to compression of wheat dust, but we are investigating every possible reason,” Yavuz said.
Police said they had launched an investigation into the incident and videos on social media showed a huge cloud of smoke.
The TMO said that 13 silos and outbuildings were damaged in the incident.
“It is considered that the explosion may be due to dust compression and the cause will be clarified after detailed technical investigation,” the statement said.
Firefighters fear a “risk of spread”. A fire has been going on since 8 a.m. this Thursday morning in the port of La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime), reports Sud Ouest. The fire started from a silo called “Bertrand” and belonging to the Sica Atlantique group.
Firefighters from the departmental fire and rescue service (Sdis 17) evoke a “building fire and dryer” in the La Pallice district. They ask residents to avoid the area because of the heavy smoke and to leave road access free to facilitate the passage of relief. A security perimeter of 200 m has been set up, underlines France Bleu La Rochelle. The personnel on site were also evacuated.
Japan started releasing treated radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean on Thursday, a polarizing move that prompted China to announce an immediate blanket ban on all seafood imports from Japan.
Japanese fishing groups, hit with years of reputational damage from radiation fears, have long opposed the plan. They fear it will lead to a loss of sales, including from export restrictions to major markets.
In response to the release, Chinese customs authorities banned seafood from Japan, customs authorities announced Thursday.
The ban started immediately and will affect all imports of "aquatic products" including seafood, according to the notice.
... Montreal-based KP Tissue Inc., a division of Kruger Products, which owns Embassy, White Swan, Scotties and other brands, makes up about 35 per cent of the facial tissue market in Canada, while Kleenex has about 16 per cent.
The four brands that will no longer be sold in the freezer aisle at Canadian grocery stores are Delissio, Stouffer's, Lean Cuisine and Life Cuisine.
The company says it is focusing on categories that support long-term business growth, including confectionary, coffee, ice cream, premium water and pet food.
A person who works for a shipping company reports that canned foods are now considered a high risk cargo because the tractor trailers hauling this are being stolen. In the US, we have a reported 6 million illegals coming in during the last 3 years and this will add to the food panic of course. Many of these illegals are criminals and I wouldn't be surprised if organized gangs will or are targeting food supplies for theft, not that some Americans aren't capable of this.