Ethnic bread manufacturer Honeytop Speciality Foods, announced last week that turnover is up by 29%, from £20.5m to £26m on the previous year.Charles Eid, joint-MD of Honeytop, said the results are the culmination of an “exciting year”, which has seen new products including organic naan, keema naan and filled dough balls.He said the company’s export sales had doubled and it had a sizeable presence in the European market and had products selling in Canada and the USA.Honeytop is to trial ’tear-and-share’ garlic bread fingers in 80 McDonald’s stores in north England, as an alternative to fries for children’s Happy Meals.
As part of Chick Corea‘s birthday residency, the jazz and fusion maestro is joining forces with John McLaughlin at the Blue Note on December 9 & 10 to bring together the two most iconic groups, Return to Forever and Mahavishnu Orchestra. The super band will feature Victor Wooten on bass and Lenny White on drums.These historical performances will be absolutely legendary, and the night is now officially getting better. Both nights, The Nth Power will close the stage with a late night performance, starting at 12:30am. We’re delighted to be presenting these exciting performances!The two-night stand inevitably opens up room for the quintet to expand their catalogue and jam-out behind some of their biggest influences. Tickets to Friday’s show are currently available here, and Saturday’s show here for $20.
Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – A convicted sex offender was arrested Monday after allegedly failing to report his change in address.The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office says Bryan Carroll, 31, of Jamestown, was arrested on a bench warrant issued in Cattaraugus County Court.Deputies say Carroll was indicted on two counts of failure to register as a sex offender and failed to appear in court for arraignment.Carroll was taken into custody and held at the Cattaraugus County Jail. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr We are all aware of how our attire and body language can affect how we are perceived by others. We think through our wardrobes and how we’ll stand before a crowd in order to make the best impression.However, it is wise to give just as much thought, if not more so, to the words we say.Diane Gottsman, owner of The Protocol School of Texas, lists 12 tips in a recent Inc.com article for using words and phrases that are in your best interest. Her list includes: continue reading »