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   The Stock Market Is Having a Tupperware Party  2020/09/29 13:50:00 Wealth Management
Tupperware shares have soared 368% in the third quarter, giving it the biggest gain in the S&P 1500 Composite Index.
   Liberty Arts Stroll to take place Oct. 3  2020/09/08 18:21:00 Morris Herald-News
MORRIS — Although the Morris Downtown Development Partnership is unable to bring the traditional Liberty Arts Festival to downtown Morris this year, they are looking forward to a new avenue to bring art to downtown, while encouraging people to visit downtown businesses. This new event, the - Liberty Art Stroll - will feature the art of local artists and makers at downtown business on Saturday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.. Art will be displayed in storefront windows or elsewhere in the store. Some artists will also be present selling their work. "Our downtown businesses are pairing with local artists," said Julie Applegate, Executive Director of Morris Downtown Development Partnership. "Some businesses already have a relationship with some of our local artists, so those are taken care of. We are currently working on pairing artists with businesses that are interested." Applegate said that there are still spots available for both artists and businesses. "The last couple of years, we had about 70-75 vendors," Applegate said. "It's not only our local shop owners that are hurting right now, but the local artists are, too.
   Where there's hope for speeding up business action on plastics  2020/08/26 09:01:00 GreenBiz
Where there's hope for speeding up business action on plastics Elsa Wenzel Wed, 08/26/2020 - 02:01 In 10 short years, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF) arguably has done more than any other group to define and advance the circular economy. Its landmark report, "The New Plastics Economy" (PDF), sounded the alarm in 2016 that if "business as usual" continues, by 2025 the ocean may hold more plastic than fish by weight. Its commitment by the same name has attracted many of the planet's biggest brand names, among 450-plus signatories, to dramatically slash their use or production of plastic by 2025. PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Unilever and even Tupperware have signed on with governments and NGOs to do away with "unnecessary" plastics and innovate so that other plastics will be reused, recycled or composted; and kept out of natural systems. Only five years ago, few corporate leaders had plastic pollution on their official radar. Yet Dame Ellen MacArthur herself is floored by the rapid pace of change in business that has been forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
   Sales spike for Tupperware’s best-selling container set that keeps produce fresh for longer  2020/08/17 17:30:30 AOL
Filed under: Lifestyle , Shop , Home Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. During the global pandemic, people replaced going out to restaurants with cooking for themselves at home. In fact, the rise of baking, particularly baking bread , even caused a shortage in yeast and flour at one point. However, cooking works best with fresh ingredients, hence Tupperware’s major spike in sales of its FridgeSmart container line. Shop: Tupperware FridgeSmart 4-Piece Container Set , $93 Credit: Amazon Read more… Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
   Rachel Roddy's recipe for cherries in wine | A kitchen in Rome  2020/08/10 10:00:04 The Guardian
A decadent cherry pudding (or boozy drink) inspired by a woozy summer’s afternoon at a rural getaway In his 2007 book, The Last Food of England , Marwood Yeatman tells a story of a vicar in Landkey, Devon, who noticed the scarlet mouths of his congregation when they sang hymns in high summer. The stain came from mazzards, the West Country name for Prunus avium , the wild or sweet cherries native to the British isles that have been eaten since prehistoric times. The vicar’s memories are of a time when north Devon – particularly the area around Landkey and nearby Barnstaple and Goodleigh – was famous for its mazzards, when trees bearing fruit occupied hedges, closes, village greens and gardens; when handfuls could be pulled from branches and eaten on the way to school or church, to be revealed during O Jesus I Have Promised. Imagining an entire congregation with scarlet mouths, tongues and streaky teeth, fingertips and nail cuticles too, is the most wonderful picture. I am reminded of eating blackberries as a child, putting more in my mouth than into Tupperware, then pointing a scratched arm at my brother’s devilish mouth and laughing until my eye twitched.
   Liberty Arts Stroll to take place Oct. 3  2020/09/08 18:21:00 Morris Herald-News
MORRIS — Although the Morris Downtown Development Partnership is unable to bring the traditional Liberty Arts Festival to downtown Morris this year, they are looking forward to a new avenue to bring art to downtown, while encouraging people to visit downtown businesses. This new event, the - Liberty Art Stroll - will feature the art of local artists and makers at downtown business on Saturday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.. Art will be displayed in storefront windows or elsewhere in the store. Some artists will also be present selling their work. "Our downtown businesses are pairing with local artists," said Julie Applegate, Executive Director of Morris Downtown Development Partnership. "Some businesses already have a relationship with some of our local artists, so those are taken care of. We are currently working on pairing artists with businesses that are interested." Applegate said that there are still spots available for both artists and businesses. "The last couple of years, we had about 70-75 vendors," Applegate said. "It's not only our local shop owners that are hurting right now, but the local artists are, too.
   Where there's hope for speeding up business action on plastics  2020/08/26 09:01:00 GreenBiz
Where there's hope for speeding up business action on plastics Elsa Wenzel Wed, 08/26/2020 - 02:01 In 10 short years, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF) arguably has done more than any other group to define and advance the circular economy. Its landmark report, "The New Plastics Economy" (PDF), sounded the alarm in 2016 that if "business as usual" continues, by 2025 the ocean may hold more plastic than fish by weight. Its commitment by the same name has attracted many of the planet's biggest brand names, among 450-plus signatories, to dramatically slash their use or production of plastic by 2025. PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Unilever and even Tupperware have signed on with governments and NGOs to do away with "unnecessary" plastics and innovate so that other plastics will be reused, recycled or composted; and kept out of natural systems. Only five years ago, few corporate leaders had plastic pollution on their official radar. Yet Dame Ellen MacArthur herself is floored by the rapid pace of change in business that has been forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
   Sales spike for Tupperware’s best-selling container set that keeps produce fresh for longer  2020/08/17 17:30:30 AOL
Filed under: Lifestyle , Shop , Home Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. During the global pandemic, people replaced going out to restaurants with cooking for themselves at home. In fact, the rise of baking, particularly baking bread , even caused a shortage in yeast and flour at one point. However, cooking works best with fresh ingredients, hence Tupperware’s major spike in sales of its FridgeSmart container line. Shop: Tupperware FridgeSmart 4-Piece Container Set , $93 Credit: Amazon Read more… Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
   Rachel Roddy's recipe for cherries in wine | A kitchen in Rome  2020/08/10 10:00:04 The Guardian
A decadent cherry pudding (or boozy drink) inspired by a woozy summer’s afternoon at a rural getaway In his 2007 book, The Last Food of England , Marwood Yeatman tells a story of a vicar in Landkey, Devon, who noticed the scarlet mouths of his congregation when they sang hymns in high summer. The stain came from mazzards, the West Country name for Prunus avium , the wild or sweet cherries native to the British isles that have been eaten since prehistoric times. The vicar’s memories are of a time when north Devon – particularly the area around Landkey and nearby Barnstaple and Goodleigh – was famous for its mazzards, when trees bearing fruit occupied hedges, closes, village greens and gardens; when handfuls could be pulled from branches and eaten on the way to school or church, to be revealed during O Jesus I Have Promised. Imagining an entire congregation with scarlet mouths, tongues and streaky teeth, fingertips and nail cuticles too, is the most wonderful picture. I am reminded of eating blackberries as a child, putting more in my mouth than into Tupperware, then pointing a scratched arm at my brother’s devilish mouth and laughing until my eye twitched.
   Tupperware Sinks Amid Investigation, Lawsuit  2020/08/03 19:28:20 Investing.com
https://www.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/tupperware-sinks-amid-investigation-lawsuit-2251492
   Where there's hope for speeding up business action on plastics  2020/08/26 09:01:00 GreenBiz
Where there's hope for speeding up business action on plastics Elsa Wenzel Wed, 08/26/2020 - 02:01 In 10 short years, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF) arguably has done more than any other group to define and advance the circular economy. Its landmark report, "The New Plastics Economy" (PDF), sounded the alarm in 2016 that if "business as usual" continues, by 2025 the ocean may hold more plastic than fish by weight. Its commitment by the same name has attracted many of the planet's biggest brand names, among 450-plus signatories, to dramatically slash their use or production of plastic by 2025. PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Unilever and even Tupperware have signed on with governments and NGOs to do away with "unnecessary" plastics and innovate so that other plastics will be reused, recycled or composted; and kept out of natural systems. Only five years ago, few corporate leaders had plastic pollution on their official radar. Yet Dame Ellen MacArthur herself is floored by the rapid pace of change in business that has been forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
   Sales spike for Tupperware’s best-selling container set that keeps produce fresh for longer  2020/08/17 17:30:30 AOL
Filed under: Lifestyle , Shop , Home Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. During the global pandemic, people replaced going out to restaurants with cooking for themselves at home. In fact, the rise of baking, particularly baking bread , even caused a shortage in yeast and flour at one point. However, cooking works best with fresh ingredients, hence Tupperware’s major spike in sales of its FridgeSmart container line. Shop: Tupperware FridgeSmart 4-Piece Container Set , $93 Credit: Amazon Read more… Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
   Rachel Roddy's recipe for cherries in wine | A kitchen in Rome  2020/08/10 10:00:04 The Guardian
A decadent cherry pudding (or boozy drink) inspired by a woozy summer’s afternoon at a rural getaway In his 2007 book, The Last Food of England , Marwood Yeatman tells a story of a vicar in Landkey, Devon, who noticed the scarlet mouths of his congregation when they sang hymns in high summer. The stain came from mazzards, the West Country name for Prunus avium , the wild or sweet cherries native to the British isles that have been eaten since prehistoric times. The vicar’s memories are of a time when north Devon – particularly the area around Landkey and nearby Barnstaple and Goodleigh – was famous for its mazzards, when trees bearing fruit occupied hedges, closes, village greens and gardens; when handfuls could be pulled from branches and eaten on the way to school or church, to be revealed during O Jesus I Have Promised. Imagining an entire congregation with scarlet mouths, tongues and streaky teeth, fingertips and nail cuticles too, is the most wonderful picture. I am reminded of eating blackberries as a child, putting more in my mouth than into Tupperware, then pointing a scratched arm at my brother’s devilish mouth and laughing until my eye twitched.
   Tupperware Sinks Amid Investigation, Lawsuit  2020/08/03 19:28:20 Investing.com
https://www.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/tupperware-sinks-amid-investigation-lawsuit-2251492
   Earnings Surprise Helps Tupperware Stock Continue Incredible Run  2020/07/29 15:53:00 The Motley Fool
The company earned a massive profit in the second quarter.

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