Ethical Trade

Pennsylvania offers first nursing home regulatory updates in 20 years

More than 72,000 skilled nursing home residents in Pennsylvania would see an increase in the direct care hours they receive daily under proposed regulatory changes, the first updates in more than 20 years. Acting Department of Health Secretary Alison Beam on Wednesday said the changes would increase the minimum number …

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Biden opens new front to try to contain China

E-commerce in Asia is growing much faster than in the United States or Europe, with a growth rate accelerated by the pandemic. It is estimated, for example, that within three years, Asia will have nearly two-thirds of 5G subscribers worldwide. This makes the region the epicenter of the competition for …

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Naturepedic becomes the first non-food company to complete an organic fraud prevention program

Naturepedic recently announced that it has become the first certified non-food organic product to complete the Organic Trade Association’s new Organic Fraud Prevention Plan. The Organic Trade Association (OTA) recently launched its robust Organic Fraud Prevention Solutions program to help businesses prepare for and comply with a proposed change in …

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Companies don’t use artificial intelligence much, so the current hype is tripled

Many governments are increasingly approaching artificial intelligence with an almost religious zeal. By 2018, at least 22 countries around the world, as well as the EU, had launched major national strategies to integrate AI into their business development, while many more announced ethical frameworks on how it should. be allowed …

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Impossible Meatless Tacos, Burritos and Bowls Arrive at 80 Baja Fresh Stores

This month, Mexican-inspired chain Baja Fresh is adding its first plant-based meat option at participating locations nationwide. The chain has partnered with plant-based company Impossible Foods to create three new menu items featuring its plant-based beef. The Impossible Taco Combo includes three tacos filled with Impossible meat, shredded lettuce, pico …

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Latest coronavirus: Daily infections in New York state exceed 1,000 for first time since May

New York State reported more than 1,000 new cases of Covid-19 in one day for the first time since mid-May, as cases increased due to slowing vaccination rates, the spread of Delta variant and relaxation of social measures. Authorities reported 1,156 new positive cases, representing a positivity rate of 1.39% …

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The Fiji Times »The island’s organic journey

A study has shown that Rotuma has the potential to branch out into the production of organic pollinated seeds for businesses. The study was carried out by the Pacific Ethical Trade Community (POETCom), the governing body of the organics movement within the Pacific Community (SPC). According to the iTaukei Trust …

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Students need know-how in intellectual property policies

AFRICA African higher education can only be the engine of innovation that the continent needs to be globally competitive if it focuses more on experiential or practical learning, according to Brian Asingia, CEO of the platform in DreamGalaxy line. Asingia believes that with the right policies, training, advice and support, …

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Naturepedic becomes the first non-food company to complete an organic fraud prevention program

CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio, July 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Leaders of the sustainable mattress revolution, Naturepedic became the first certified organic non-food product to complement the Organic Trade Association’s new organic fraud prevention plan. The Organic Trade Association (OTA) recently launched its robust Organic Fraud Prevention Solutions program to …

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The return of the artefacts encountered highlights the legal and ethical risks of museums

Law360 (July 12, 2021, 5:21 p.m. EDT) – The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York recently made headlines with the announcement of its decision[1] to return three artifacts to Nigeria: a pair of 16th century brass plaques from the Benin court depicting a warrior chief and a subordinate court …

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