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Nestlé food reminds a non-ready-to-eat product with hot pepper pockets due to possible contamination with foreign substances

WASHINGTON, January 15, 2021– Nestlé prepared foods, Mt. Sterling, Chisinau, recalls approximately 762,615 pounds of non-edible product (NRTE), a hot pocket with pepperoni that can be contaminated with foreign materials, particularly pieces of glass and hard plastic, the Department of Agriculture of Food and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The frozen pepperoni product from NRTE was manufactured from 13 November …

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A few more thoughts on the complete deformation of the Parler & Infrastructure content moderator

from this is complicated depth I put off writing more in-depth thoughts about the complete deformation of Parler, in part because much else has happened (including some more timely publications about Parler’s lawsuit against him), but more importantly, I’ve been urging people to think more for years. thoroughly for the moderation of the content of the infrastructure layer, not the …

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LeBron James will leave Coca-Cola for Pepsi in 18 years: Report

Goldin Auctions Ken Goldin discusses sports souvenirs for the auction block, including a rookie card signed by LeBron James, Michael Jordan LeBron James changes devotion. The NBA icon does not change the team’s uniforms, but in 18 years James will quench his thirst with PepsiCo drinks instead of Coca-Cola, according to Front Office Sports. On Friday, the newspaper, citing sources …

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We Need to Stabilize: Big Business Breaks with Republicans

But last week seemed a turning point. Apparently big business could tolerate working with Mr. Trump despite his chauvinism, his flirtations with white nationalism, and his claims of impunity, but the president’s apparent willingness to undermine democracy itself seemed too far away. “It simply came to our notice then. I mean, we had a riot and an uprising in DC, …

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