ANAHEIM, Calif. — Roberto’s, Alberto’s, Filiberto’s, Juanberto’s … If you have lived in or around the Southwest states, odds are you’ve seen a variation of a “Berto’s” Mexican fast-food restaurant, the majority possessing an identifiable orange and yellow color scheme and a logo in a cursive font.

Over the years, variations of the restaurant — we’ll explain how and why there are so many — are commonly defined by its carne asada burritos, beef tacos and rolled taco combination plate, among other savory Mexican food items.

It’s hard to miss and what you see is what you usually get anywhere

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A new report indicates the United States is far behind Europe in its efforts to reduce antibiotic use in livestock.

Using veterinary antibiotic sales data from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency, the issue brief from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) shows a much larger decline in raw sales of antibiotics for livestock in Europe (42.9%) than in the United States (27.3%) from 2011 to 2020. In addition, the intensity of antibiotic use on European farms has fallen more dramatically, declining by 43.2%, compared with 30.4% in the United States.

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Panelists from around Asia exchanged their views on the global security environment, its impacts on food and energy security in the region, and how Asian countries should strengthen their security capacity in related areas at the tenth meeting of the CICA Think Tank Forum.

Participants also shared their views on the role the CICA (Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia) should play in promoting inter-state cooperation to address non-traditional security issues.

Themed “Sustainable Security in Asia in a Period of Turbulence and Transformation: Challenges and Vision,” the forum was held in Shanghai from November 30 to December

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday offered investors a list of his favorite stocks in the restaurant industry that he believes will do well as the economy eventually stabilizes.

“Maybe the economy’s normalizing here, or at least the Fed chief thinks it could be soon to normalize. And in a normal environment, stock picking is much more about identifying the best players in any given industry, rather than just jumping from sector to sector,” he said. 

His comments come after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Wednesday that the central bank could ease back its aggressive pace of interest rates as

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Food Security Technologies Market Overview:

The QMI’s latest study report sheds light on changing dynamics of each of the segments and subsegments of the “Food Security Technologies Market” and examines the investment in the market from 2022-2032. The research report contains all of the relevant facts. It provides market insight by providing accurate data to its clients, allowing them to make critical decisions. It provides an overview of the Food Security Technologies market, including its definition, applications, and trends, as well as manufacturing technology. This market research study on keeps track of all the latest advancements and

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Eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine, may slow your rate of memory loss, a new study finds.

The cognitive score of people in the study who ate the most flavonols declined 0.4 units per decade more slowly than those who ate the fewest flavonols. The results held even after adjusting for other factors that can affect memory, such as age, sex and smoking, according

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