I’m extremely excited and very hopeful because I know that she believes as I do that public education is the best way to solve the problems of the world, said Waters, a UC Berkeley alumna. Vision and leadership Napolitano received an equally warm reception from state agricultural leaders. There is no better time to launch this initiative than today, said board President Craig McNamara. Count on us at the State Board of Food and Agriculture. We are your partners. The initiative comes at a crucial time, Napolitano said. A billion people most of them in the developing world suffer from chronic hunger or serious nutritional deficiencies. More than half a billion primarily in the industrialized nations of the world are obese.
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RATS! Shocked customer takes video of rodents in popular grocery store | Q13 FOX News
There were clearly a lot of them, he said. He added that the employee took a video of his own to show store managers. We reached out to QFC and were told they took immediate action when they saw that video. Spokeswoman Amanda Ip released the following statement: We thoroughly sanitized this area and, out of an abundance of caution, we discarded our bulk products. We are stepping up our pest control enforcement both in and around our store. We have voluntarily contacted the King County Health Department and are going to be working closely with them. Erica Jones, a regular shopper at the QFC in Wallingford, said she had noticed the natural food section of the store was closed Sunday but she didnt know why. Oh my goodness, she said, when she found out about the rats.
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