Tanzanian President John Magufuli seems to follow the quotation of not giving fish but to teach facing. In one of his latest statements he said the government would not give food to the hungry people who are facing famine, but instead he urged them to work harder and earn money […]
To keep the fishing industry surviving the British government should help it to continue access to European Union markets...
Food prices hit a record low last month in the United Kingdom and shoppers enjoyed falling prices and retailers continued...
New guidelines have come up for the kids in the United States on the consumption of sweet on sugar through sugary foods...
McDonald’s has announced to be removing its Step-It fitness trackers from Happy Meals following few reports of potential skin irritations after wearing the band. The fast food giant spokeswoman Terri Kickey said they have taken the step voluntarily as customer safety is most important for them and they are also […]Read more ›
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has announced easy borrowing costs for the farmers. As of now the interest rate on loan to farmers is 14 percent and after adding the subsidies it comes to 6 percent. Meeting with the farmers from southern Krasnodar region Medvedev said a 5 percent interest […]Read more ›