ALBANY, GA — Just more than eight years ago, well-known Georgia defense attorney Edward D. Tolley told a young majistrate judge that the criminal case they were both looking at was “complicated.”

Tolley had just joined the defense in the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) criminal case, which Magistrate Judge Thomas Q. Langstaff presided over.

It did not take long for the magistrate to rule that the multiple PCA indictments were “complicated” cases. The effect of the ruling was that Tolly and other defense attorneys working the case had more time to get up to speed.

Another Middle District of

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Dakar, Senegal – Every year, European companies contribute to a tragic diversion of fresh fish essential in maintaining food security for over 33 million people in the West African region. This is the conclusion of a new report by Greenpeace Africa and Changing Markets, Feeding a Monster: How European aquaculture and animal feed industries are stealing food from West African communities

The report reveals how more than half a million tonnes of small pelagic fish are extracted every year along the coast of West Africa and converted into feed for aqua- and agriculture farming, dietary supplements, cosmetics and pet

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When was the last food tour you attended? If you’re drawing a blank don’t worry, I couldn’t remember either. But this weekend that changed when I embarked on a new food tour highlighting the burgeoning food scene in El Sereno.

In early March, El Sereno Eats Food Tour began teasing the event on Instagram, as COVID-19 cases began to fall and vaccines became available to more people in Los Angeles. On May 12, two hundred tickets priced at $50 a pop went on sale and within hours the event sold out.

Last Sunday, the food tour kicked off

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ALBANY, N.Y., June 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The preference for fast food and processed food has increased substantially over the years. The emergence of a hectic work schedule and untimely eating time has triggered the demand for fast foods exponentially. The growing use of monosodium glutamate in fast foods due to their taste-enhancing properties will have a profound impact on the growth trajectory across the assessment period of 2021-2031.

Monosodium glutamate or MSG is a blend of 78 percent glutamate, 10 percent bound water and 12 percent sodium. Glutamate is a type of amino acid that offers an Umami

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