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Is Obesity Genetic?

Decoding Obesity

02:38 min | Last month

Is Obesity Genetic?

"A lot of us still hold us misconception that obesity is all about willpower and self control. I know i have mentioned this. In the past as well and i just want to reiterate that obesity has been recognized as a chronic disease. A two thousand twelve online poll of eleven hundred forty three adults conducted by reuters and the market research from its source actually found that sixty one percent of the. Us adults believed that personal choices about eating and exercise what a sponsor for the obesity epidemic but interestingly the biologic cause of obesity was proposed as early as nineteen or seven as with other chronic diseases. That is a genetic competent obesity as well but before you started blaming it all on the jeans i do want to point out that this is certainly not the complete picture. Let's talk about the genetics. There have been various studies done on this to explore the genetic base of obesity. Quite a few landmarks were actually done before. We have the technology for genetic analysis. How were these studies done then. You might wonder well. These were done in twins ever wondered why identical twins look similar that's because genetically very similar fraternal twins on the other hand are not genetically similar. And that's why they also look different. So in nineteen seventy six. There was a scandinavian study conducted by 'em borgeson him to answer this question. How much of a role do genes play in obesity in children. The study design was simple and elegant. He enrolled forty identical twins and sixty one fraternal twins in his study. The twins that were selected for the study had at least one of the twins at one hundred fifteen percent of their ideal body weight. What makes this study. Really amusing is the fact that these two impairs had the same environment right from the womb. To the time they were studied what he found was that the head of the ability of obesity was anywhere between forty to sixty percent in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty six albertson card at the university of pennsylvania conducted another study proving this point further. He and his colleagues looked at danish adoption. Registry of five forty dollars the adoption records included the heights and the weights of the adoptees biologic and adoptive parents and when they analyze data and the looked at the bmi for both sets of the parents what they found was that despite having shared an environment within adoptive parents the adoptees bmi approximity those of their biologic parents rather than their adoptive parents. This study of course pointed to was the impact of jeans on obesity but did not provide any information on the extent of this

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"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

05:00 min | Last month

"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"I don't care if you don't believe in signs like all those things that gave lunch. Miller swift love the national now. They're together putting out not one but two albums. One of the album's comes out the week. Your baby named gabe is born and one of the songs. One of the best songs is called ivy which was for middle name. What's yes and to be clear. That album came out the night. Or gosh so we literally listen to that album on. Repeat for the entire. I think i was in the hospital for two days the entire time i was in the hospital. It was the only thing that we listen to. And yes my partner is Very patient with me. So i've converted him into a swifty. So yeah no. I mean. I could go alley. We could talk about this for hours. I don't need to show. I don't need to like shed. All of my swifty On your listeners but just the long ensured of it a little tidbit. that's fun. So yes you're absolutely right. The national gave justin's favorite band taylor swift gave an latvia's favorite artists of all time I have been losing my mind over their collaborations. It's specifically aaron desks. Ner who is an human. And who i actually got to meet in two thousand nineteen when just an abbey and i went to the national concert in outside of portland oregon. Which was the same weekend that i said the f. k. t. around the timberline Which is the trail around. Mt hood And he is just like such a beautiful soul of person and his his His energy and his humility is just like so inspiring to me. Anyway sorry that was that was a tangent. But so now taylor. Swift is also working with aaron. Dust sner on one of his side projects that he has with justin vernon of bony..

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"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

04:28 min | Last month

"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Itself is life in technicolor. I mean she had such a big personality and fill the room with joy as soon as she walked into it in her smile in particular i think is what a lot of people remember about her And she has an amazing quote that i know gets passed around quite a bit about how she thought a life lived with cancer would be a life lived in gray scale And it was through her running and through the work that she did with her foundation to raise money for rare cancer research where she really realized that on rare special occasions a life with the challenges that her life had could be a life lived in technicolor in so i think it just speaks to how she was able to find the technicolor in her circumstances. in her circumstances were really rough Especially in the last couple years of her life but she kept looking for that rainbow amidst the storm. And so you know what i see rainbows. Now it really. It just embodies gabe for me and a lot of times. It feels like she's there with me and On that particular day. I like throughout my whole pregnancy because as i had mentioned early on it was something that i talked a lot about with. Gabe in you know we had really envisioned getting For being pregnant at the same time and having kids around the same age and forcing them to be. Bff's like we were You know and and so just like it was. I kind of felt like i was grieving. Her in a new way Throughout my pregnancy and then postpartum and especially once i felt the love that i have for my child once i felt that i was also so sad. That gave never had the chance to feel that in her life and she was the one who wanted to be a mom. It's like when. I think back on meeting gave and like the first couple of things that i knew about her. One of them was. The i knew wanted to be a mom so this was like from the beginning of our friendship. This was a very clear thing that she wanted in life and So just something that. I carry with me and i i try to to channel that as even more reason to cherish this opportunity that i have to be a mom And again something. That many people want and don't get And so on that particular day. I think a lot of those feelings were hitting me and i also was just really missing her and like missing. Be able to see friends in general and you you know like being a new parent feels pretty lonely and isolating at times and Wishing i could just call her up been that we could chad and i always left conversations with her feeling more hopeful and and then it was like oh. This rainbow appeared in here here. I am feeling more hopeful again so it was really serendipitous timing and that made it feel extra special kind of like you know. She's re is just a good reminder that she is always with me and to have these kind of physical reminders of the presence that she has in my life Always feels good. It felt like a hug. Oh i love that felt like a hug you know what else felt like a hug during the pandemic was taylor swift coming out with not one but two albums the national bands or favourite band and that one of the songs on ever-more which came out the week baby gate was born is called ivy like just below every brain cell in your mind because like the amount of yes..

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"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

05:43 min | Last month

"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Now let's hear more from latvia albertson junkins so the first time that you were on the alley on the run show-me which i hope everyone's heard that conversation. It changed my life. It was amazing. I hung on every word that you said Including i remember. We talked quite a bit about how you talked about. How gabe was all about trying our best and you were always more about striving for perfection. And i really remember that so much. Because i could relate to you in that. Scenario like striving for perfection. And you talked about how she had such a profound impact on your outlook. And i'd be curious how that's been for you in new motherhood because that's something that i struggled with a lot. This idea of striving for perfection in motherhood which is that I'd be curious to hear about how that was for you. Did you feel like you're cured of your perfectionism or is that something that came into play as a new mom i think it just reflects the the gift that keeps on giving that i got from gabe And the fact that i you know knew her for fifteen years before becoming a mom and having that influence on me of trying your best. Rather than striving for perfection. I had kind of. I had years to home that and it really paid off being a new mom. Because i really don't feel like i did struggle with perfectionism which surprises me. I would have for sure expected that. And i think especially because perfectionism earlier in my life was the crutch that fell onto when everything else in my life felt out of control and that's in essence. What being a new parent feels like an probably being parent for your entire time of being a parent But i feel like. I was really able to prioritize what mattered most to me which was fully taking advantage of the time that i had with my new baby and just soaking up that love and those.

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"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

02:05 min | Last month

"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Wanna talk about running the trials because you. I don't know if it's like an ultra runner thing. You just looked chill and happy. Like i saw you six times during the race because i was on part of the outback by the first aid station. So i saw you every time you came through and you just looked chill and happy and i know we're now a year and a half removed from that race but when you look back on that weekend in atlanta what stands out to you most. What do you remember about the race and give us some of the highlights of getting to Check that pretty exciting item off. Your list was so exciting. I mean it was beyond any expectation that i had for it The energy there was probably the greatest energy. i've been a part of in a road race before And what sticks out for me. Though it was a really emotional weekend. I mean i think it really just hit me. How much a part of this goal. Gabe grunewald had been for the ten plus years leading up to it and not having her there and also knowing that she wasn't going to get to experience her olympic trials dream Was very emotional. And i think just being at the olympic trials is emotional baseline anyway And i was i but once the race started it a lot of that emotional heaviness lifted and it was just a very joyful experience So i'm glad. I looked like i was having fun because i definitely was having fun. that doesn't mean i didn't projectile vomit around vile eighteen. Because i definitely did. But i think i really impressed the crowd of people that were standing there So i feel like. I brought some culture running to the marathon And you know that was definitely a goal of mine.

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Ladia Albertson-Junkans on What It Was Like Running the Olympic Trials

Ali on the Run Show

02:05 min | Last month

Ladia Albertson-Junkans on What It Was Like Running the Olympic Trials

"Wanna talk about running the trials because you. I don't know if it's like an ultra runner thing. You just looked chill and happy. Like i saw you six times during the race because i was on part of the outback by the first aid station. So i saw you every time you came through and you just looked chill and happy and i know we're now a year and a half removed from that race but when you look back on that weekend in atlanta what stands out to you most. What do you remember about the race and give us some of the highlights of getting to Check that pretty exciting item off. Your list was so exciting. I mean it was beyond any expectation that i had for it The energy there was probably the greatest energy. i've been a part of in a road race before And what sticks out for me. Though it was a really emotional weekend. I mean i think it really just hit me. How much a part of this goal. Gabe grunewald had been for the ten plus years leading up to it and not having her there and also knowing that she wasn't going to get to experience her olympic trials dream Was very emotional. And i think just being at the olympic trials is emotional baseline anyway And i was i but once the race started it a lot of that emotional heaviness lifted and it was just a very joyful experience So i'm glad. I looked like i was having fun because i definitely was having fun. that doesn't mean i didn't projectile vomit around vile eighteen. Because i definitely did. But i think i really impressed the crowd of people that were standing there So i feel like. I brought some culture running to the marathon And you know that was definitely a goal of mine.

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"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

05:41 min | Last month

"albertson" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Show. I'm your host alley feller and this is season three of the what to do with you series. So what's new with you this. Are we catch up with past guests on the show and here everything. They've been up to since the last time that we talked. Basically it's just an excuse to bring back some of my favorites i. We heard from professional runner. Kate grace who is absolutely on fire on the track right now and then dna. Dora me returned to the show to talk about. How hosting her own podcast. The grounded podcast has profoundly changed her life and today by very very very popular demand. Latvia albertson junkins is here. Wadia has been on the show twice before i on episode one hundred and seventy eight where. She shared her own running story and talked about her best friendship with the late. Gay we all cried at that episode. A lot then. Latvia was part of the live. Show that i hosted at the twenty twenty. Us olympic marathon trials in atlanta. Which will forever be one of my favorite days. Favourite live shows and favorite conversations. That was episode. Two hundred fifteen and i cried a lot at that one too so we're syncing a trend now. Latvia is back and she's a mom she's a mom on the run on this episode. Latvia talks about getting pregnant after running the marathon trials last year about new motherhood. She shares the very special story of her son's name. Gabriel or gabe for short and. She talks about how her return to running has been going. And that's always flat is wise and honest and inspiring and i basically want her to narrate my life. Oh and we talk about taylor swift so please join me in welcoming ladder. Alverson junkins back to the alley on the run. Show too excited. And i can't control it because latvia albertson junkins is back on the on the run show for technically the third time latvia. You're here by yourself back in october. Twenty nineteen and then that amazing live show at the olympic marathon trials. Which was the first time. I met you in the last time that i saw you. So lots of catching up to do. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you for having me. I am so excited to. I hope you can hear my smile through the microphone. Because my face feels like it's going to explode re by cheeks already hurt. This is gonna be great so before we get into it. Can you lead us through our warm up and remind everyone who you are where you call home and what you do. Sure i'm latvia. I live in western washington About thirty five minutes east of seattle in a smaller town called snoqualmie and we have beautiful views of the mountains from here. And i highly encourage anyone listening to.

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DoorDash and Albertsons Partner on Same-Day Grocery Delivery

John Williams

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

DoorDash and Albertsons Partner on Same-Day Grocery Delivery

"Company, Albertsons. Is now offering same day delivery. Jewel is partnering with door dash to better compete with Amazon and Wal Mart, which currently leave the online grocery delivery market. Shares of Albertson's are about 2% higher right now, door dash chairs are up about 4.5%. Speaking of

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What A Victoria's Secret Spinoff Could Mean For L Brands

Pop Fashion

02:05 min | 4 months ago

What A Victoria's Secret Spinoff Could Mean For L Brands

"Brands a spinning off. Victoria's secret as a separate company. You might remember that last year almonds was set to sell. Victoria's secret to sycamore partners. For like five hundred something million dollars that fell through once the pandemic had we understand. It was a bad time to make long-term decisions but albertsons still wanted to sell off. Victoria's secret which is not quite as lucrative as the only other brand it's still has in its portfolio bath and body works if you have missed the first seven years of the show. Get you out. Victoria secret wrote on the hyper sexualization train for years until the twenty teams came along and decided like we weren't exactly keen on women being seen only in push. Ross so they have a dealing with some some slumps in revenue over the recent years. Sense the sick more deal fell through. Albertans had a couple of offers to buy. Victoria's secret but they rejected them all because the company thinks victoria secret is worth more than those offers. It's probably worth between four and six billion dollars but al brands decided that offers of like three billion ish just weren't enough so it decided to spin off victoria secret into its own company. It's going to happen later this summer. My question is is this. A good coffee all brands. Is this a good call for. Victoria's secret karn discuss. Yes and yes. I've been waiting for this to happen. Listen a soap. Company was keeping that thing afloat for a long time. Bath and body works was making bank as they should. I've done a lot of research on that company. And i like them but what this means is if they get spun off. They have to do their individual earnings report on their own which means they have to be accountable for all their actions. It cannot rely on another company to keep them going. I think we're gonna see some more accountability with some vicky hush hush

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"albertson" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

Midlife Mastery

05:43 min | 4 months ago

"albertson" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

"It was a time when i was probably about eight really ball dancing and there was a time in my twenties before i got married where i was just still built authentic. I felt good. I was doing a lot of things that really resonated with me. And so i help people start to a visualized that time and see if you can superimpose it on your president on your future so doing a lot of visual doing vision boarding or just visualizing this destination vibration and then and then also just taking baby steps. So if you're curious about a different career going on some informational interviews or reading some books about doing this thing so that that's the sort of the way that we shift in terms of career and fun and what you're doing relationships are a little different relationships. I have people prototype so really to seriously think about. Can i make the relationship better. What could i do to make my marriage better. And then what would it look like for me to be on my own to serve. Start thinking about working at on both and we do a lot of experimenting and what generally happens is. It's kind of a little magical energy with energy ships so you know law of attraction is all about you attract the energy that you're giving up as you giving out as you raise your vibe more positive as you start feeling better physiologically of moves as you also develop a of self compassion self love for yourself you start to attract opportunities and you see things in your life differently and things start to shift. I want to touch on that a little bit and take that a little bit deeper. But i'm on approach it from a different angle here a little bit so i'm going to ask you just from your experience from the people that you've worked with. What are some of the key differences that you've seen between the people who are just completely rocking their midlife and those who may be aren't good question authenticity. You know it's like for me. I was a cage tiger..

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"albertson" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

Midlife Mastery

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"albertson" Discussed on Midlife Mastery

"Have you ever wondered what people were just rocking their midlife do differently. I bet you have i. I bet that's why you're listening today. I mean i know. I have because that's why i started doing this show and today we've got dr ellen albertson on. She's also known as the midlife whisper and she shares the connection between food and our mental state and how we can use that to our advantage to create an even better mental state while getting healthier we talk about reimagining midlife dealing with stress three ways that we can become even more positive which i love because it is very simple. It's very practical and we talk about creating and living a second adulthood. So i think you're really going to enjoy this today. Please listen along and of course as always you know like it make comments share it with those people who you think would really be impacted by it. Who would really benefit from the topics in the ideas that we discussed today. So thank you for joining me on this journey. Let's get started all right well. This is brock edwards. And of course the show here is midlife mastery today. We have on dr ellen albertson and ellen. I was kept playing themselves because they do a better job than i do. I'm not really that great interesting people. So what can you tell us. I mean i know you have a phd. I know you registered dietitian. What what else do need to know about you. Well i just how people at midlife change the trajectory. I think that midlife. It can be the absolute best time of life if you really are willing to do some work and make some shifts if you're not happy with where you're at you by training. I've been a dietitian for thirty years. So i generally help. People with their bodies have been a personal fitness trainer. People with their minds with their psychology and really shifting to a more positive mindset. I help people with their emotions on mindful self compassion teacher as well. He help people with spirit reiki master and help people with relationships so those are kind of the five areas. I help people with. And i've been doing this work for over a decade. I love coaching. Coaching is all about seeing. What makes you tick. What are your strengths was awesome about you. Where do you want to go and so it's really really fun to help. People make some major ships at midlife and really make their next chapter chapter. Well i know an instagram. You go by the handle of the midlife whisperer. So how did you come up with that. what's that about. That's the core question. So i was at a entrepreneur women's network meeting in texas or you are in frisco and you know i was thinking about my brand. I had been you know when. I started coaching. I'd really been working a lot around. Dieting weight loss helping people health. And well being. I've been a personal fitness trainer dietitian for health and wellness coach but was getting all midlife..

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Districts' plans for reopening schools across Washington

Seattle Kitchen

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Districts' plans for reopening schools across Washington

"Classrooms. Para 70 Cindy Kim tells us more to Layla Elementary is starting with the limited class schedule on Monday. Sixth graders into coma start tomorrow as well. Bellingham Public schools is bringing high school students back. Freshman students, sophomores, juniors and seniors are expected to be phased back into the classroom. Over the next few weeks, and more teachers are getting vaccinated. Hundreds of ever teachers were vaccinated at a pop up clinic and ever yesterday, pharmacist from Safeway and Albertsons administered the New Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Susan Target works at both grossers and tells Karo seven TV as a pharmacist. This is definitely a highlight of my career. People are so appreciative. We love that we conserve the community and we can go out there and help protect everyone. The youngest learners and Everett returned to classrooms over the last month with 4th and 5th graders heading back on the 15th.

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QFC to shut down two Seattle stores; said decision 'accelerated' after city's hazard pay ordinance

The Michael Berry Show

02:11 min | 7 months ago

QFC to shut down two Seattle stores; said decision 'accelerated' after city's hazard pay ordinance

"City council mandates a four dollar an hour hazard pay increase for grocery store workers so one grocery store chain announces in direct response. The closing of two of their stores. They say a four dollar an hour hazard pay hike. For grocery store workers mandated by government would raise their operating costs in the city by twenty two percent. The story comes to us from k. O. m. o. Tv and be really sad to see it. Go dean palermo with palermo. Pizza and pasta says closing the q. F. c. store right across the street from him is going to hurt this. Kfc's been here since we opened up they cue of c. says the capitol hill store on fifteenth avenue and the one in wedgwood are under performing stores. That will have a shutdown in about sixty days. Unfortunately these two stores were already struggling financially and then the city council mandate really just pushed it over the edge where it just was not a feasible option anymore. The new four dollar an hour payback's for grocery workers in the city of seattle impacts as many as ten thousand employees at stores like ufc. Fred meyer safeway albertsons. Critics say the timing of the. Qc announcement seem suspect to announce on february sixteenth. thirteen days. Later that they're gonna close to stores. Seems a little too convenient time wise to me. It seems like a direct retaliation to the local community. Putting that hazard pay in place kroger's the parent company of qc and fred. Meyer and profits are at record highs grocery store workers deserve hazard paid. They've been working in the front line confronting this virus since the very beginning at. Kfc spokeswoman says their employees have worked hard and are being given appreciation pair hazard pay but the company also says that move is hurting their bottom line. we have seen increase business during the pandemic. And we're so creative of all the customers that continue to choose us for their food. But i'll tell you that we have invested that money right back into cover things like fresh. Pp for every associate on every shift this city council mandate it raises are operating twenty two percent in

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"albertson" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"albertson" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Does happen had an albertsons become like what happened. That kind of things happened in in the spring of two thousand seventeen within two weeks of each other. One is that blue apron so our closest competitor. They went public in the second thing. Which was which really moved the market. Was that amazon bottle foods. So yeah that's only three years ago right three and a half now but that really shook the food market in publicly traded grocery stores saw thirty percent of their market cap erased in a matter of days. Because everyone's like oh amazon's coming for food groceries done right so the base catalyzed every grocery player out there dabba conversation with us. And say hey can you. Can you be a part of our story for wall street. Around how fast growth. Digitally native brands Big data on. We need to be able to tell that story. Can you help us so we had a a bunch of conversations with with people with different with different firms You know big grocery retailers and Albertson's got really excited and it happened very quickly And it was phenomenal nominal outcome for for a lot of people around the table. Wow and then so what happened to it. Then they didn't debunked is a net like what happened after that. Yes so sad story. And unfortunately this happens with a lot of acquisitions is we have a big big promise of working together and After you know albertsons is a huge company right. Sixty billion dollar company thirty five hundred grocery stores or three hundred thousand employees Yeah i mean albertsons own safeway. Vons act me pavilions. Jewel osco y- fifteen other grocery grocery brands. That all over the country. So they're they're huge big big grocery players in the country So we got we got swallowed up and kana got lost. Unfortunately which happens. A lot of the time Yeah you know. I can't share too much more again for for legal reasons but Yeah the the ultimately within a couple of years ended up shutting down the Ecommerce presence Kind of like watching your your first child get get. Yeah it left on the curb but Ah come to terms with it. it's you know it's all good. But i mean at the end of the day though. You walked away with your money though right like it didn't affect your bottom line. It's just sad to see something like that that you've worked so hard to build just kind of dissipate so to speak. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah again. Don't wanna go into too much detail. but Yeah definitely a sad sad ended story. I would say who. Who do you think in today. Like i mean like we were talking now. The food industry through delivery such a big market. Who do you think. Does it really well these days. Well i think Amazon whole foods that they're really doing a good job very very good integration. You know that they just executed really really wealth instacart also very very smart execution in consumer centric city and Enabling like the shopping of retail experience in digitally. I way super super smart. Then you get into the food. Delivery seen You know like the prepared foods You know obviously. We're talking to your december fifteenth in just last week door dash i owed and they're valued at seventy billion dollars now that they started after we started plated They're part of the white combinator class. A few few months after after we started so i don't know about that one on On bearish on on that one. I got very very high expectations that they have to deliver on. But you know the trend lines are there around people ordering in more especially.

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"albertson" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"albertson" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Was tony robbins. You're listening to habits and hustle russia. Today we have nick toronto on habits and hustle He is a serial entrepreneur. Who is also a an ultra marathon or an ironman guy. He created. he's he's created played it and sold it to albertson for what over one hundred million dollars. Or how much did you sell it for roy around there. Yeah something like that and your new project is up in called hop water. That's your new product and you have very interesting stories. And i wanted just like deep dive right dan. So without further ado yeah. I'm excited to be here with you today. I wish i wish we were on the treadmills but will that one part two okay. Absolutely don't worry you you don't have to tell me twice i. This is my favorite. This is my best friend right behind me this this treadmill so i love running also i kind of feel like. I'm like a female source begun. I mean i just. I just go and go so my knees will prove it because i have like my knees are all screwed up now but So what took so. Tell me the story so when you were younger you decided you wanted to run and you just ran and ran and ran eighty two miles one day or what would happen. That's what happened. I mean a longer story is that you know when i was in my late teens. I wound up battling with depression. I was just like having a tough time. Seeing the positive side of life. And i'm generally like a very positive person you'll gather that from this phone call and i always was growing up and then my parents got divorced and some other stuff happened in my life and freshman year in college. I just was in this deep dark place and the only thing that navy feel better like substances but also running and i quickly realized like substances are not a good way to long-term get to sustainable healthy place and i started running..

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Arizonans 65 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting next week

Dave Ramsey

14:28 min | 9 months ago

Arizonans 65 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting next week

"This hour we took you live to the Arizona Department of Health Services Update on the covert 19 vaccine distribution. We had some technical difficulties, but we have those resolved and we want to bring you now. The rest of that briefing with all the details. Here's Dr Carol Chris, director of our State Health department. So now provide some updates on covert 19 vaccine and implementation of our program here in Arizona. One of the exciting updates that we made today. It is not this week that is not reflected on our chart. It will not be reflected until Tuesday, but Arizona made the decision that Arizonans 65 8 years of age and older are now prioritized. To be vaccinated against covert 19 in our prioritized phase one be along with our education and child care services and our protective services occupations, which includes law enforcement, corrections and fire. This recommendation was approved by the Arizona Vaccine and Antiviral Prioritization Advisory Committee, which is intended to protect those who are most at risk for severe outcomes due to Cove in 19. So we know that those there are over the age of 65 have all higher likelihood of hospitalization and death, and by be getting people vaccinated in several weeks from now we hope to reduce the strain on Arizona's hospitals. And you can find additional information on our website at easy Health. Doc Dub slash find vaccine. And on Tuesday, we will be updating that to provide clarity about which counties are going to be vaccinated the 65 to 74 year old age group at their vaccination sites. We also have counties that have moved into our prioritized. Phase one B and we have some that are fully in phase one B. So if you look at the map of Arizona, the counties that Aaron Black are still in phase one A. So does our healthcare providers and our long term care facility, residents and staff. When you look at our darker gray, that's the prioritized phase one be, so that's going to be the face that we just talked about. Currently. We are vaccinating age 75 older. Along with educators and child care and their support staff and our protective services occupations. When we increase to one be that also includes our Sent can keep our society functioning. That will be people who work in the transportation industry, including gas stations, shipping those types of things. The food industry, including agriculture. S so there's a large number of there's a large list of employees that are eligible for the one B category that is located on our website. Um But you can find out what what phase Each county is in, and we update this infographic daily, and you can link to it off of easy health. Doc Club slash find a vaccine. As of today, over 232,000 doses of vaccine have been administered statewide. So now we'll move into Arizona's vaccine allocation and administration. Over the next few weeks, A DHS will be working to increase access to vaccine increase the rate of vaccination into streamline communications. So as you look at the vaccine, I'm distribution overview. Arizona currently follows a local Allocator model for vaccine distribution. Our local part partners are the backbone of the vaccine program implementation and know their counties that are no they're partners and their counties the best so our federal partners every week provide our Arizona's allocation to the state. We divide that allocation of based on priorities to our local partners, who then will determine which providers in their local jurisdiction will receive that scene for that week. We collect all of those orders on Ben. We place Arizona's full order for that week, and then the federal government will ship those orders directly to the providers that we have ordered on behalf of as vaccine becomes more and more available. We will no longer need to use this local Allocator model and providers such as pharmacies, community health centers and physician's offices will be able just to directly order vaccine from the manufacturers. So this week we received additional first dose allocations of Fizer, which were distributed again. Toe America and Pima County's All 15 counties received Madonna doses, and so we continued to reserve given the unique storage requirements for our Fizer vaccine. We continue to reserve our Majority vaccine for our local or rural health departments. Um In addition to receiving that first those first doses of visor and Madonna vaccine we have received our second doses so that we can continue vaccinating those that I've already received their first US. And have had that either 21 or 28 Day waiting period. This is Dr Cara Chris State Health director, speaking at the Health Department's covert 19 vaccination rollout. Press briefing on Katie Our news 92 3 FM. So during the week of January, 18th Arizona will have been allocated 803,150 doses total. You can see how that's been allocated across the state. You can see at the bottom where we have prioritized our CDC Long term care facility partnership by providing them with the vaccine that they need to vaccinate our Our staff and residents that are long term care facilities. And then you can also see the number of doses that have gone to the state of Arizona. Um Not all of these doses of the 803 have arrived in Arizona. A number of these doses have been allocated to, um Have been ordered for our county partners and will arrive next week. They We anticipate that with the federal holiday. Usually they arrive Monday through Wednesday. We anticipate that they will arrive Tuesday through Friday of next week. So we continue to add additional sites for vaccine administration, So we have initial phase one and phase one B vaccination sites throughout the state. We have over 200 vaccination sites on our website. We also have activated the second phase of the CDC pharmacy partnership, which began the week of December. 27th. So we initially prioritized in phase one of that partnership are skilled nursing facilities, which are highest security, long term care facilities. Um As of the end of this week, all of those facilities will have had at least their first visit from CVS or Walgreen's, and they are scheduling appointments to start assisted living facilities throughout the state next week. So as additional state. Um uh, that scene becomes available, We will be adding additional providers we've had over 730 providers on bordered with a DHS and over 800 pharmacies statewide have enrolled in the CDC pharmacy program to provide in store vaccinations. We have talked on each week about the long term care partnership that CDC put together with our pharmacy partners. So our pharmacy partners code into the facility's and vaccinate the staff and residents of that facility. Um as of this week over 140 skilled nursing facilities scheduled to receive vaccinations, and they will begin vaccinating are assisted living and our group homes starting next week. We've got over 2000 facilities enrolled in the federal program where one of the states with the highest number of facilities enrolled, and our goal is to cover approximately 450,000 residents and staff over the next couple of months. So this is part of the infographic that we post each day on our website. If you look you can see by county what phase That county is currently vaccinating. The total vaccines and ministered along with the vaccination rate per 100,000. And so you can see statewide 232,000 vaccines have been administered. Um, This may not include some of the doses that are provided by our tribal Our federal partners is this is pulled out of the States Immunization registry. So to talk about updates and announcements of this week. On Monday, we had a soft launch of the State Farm Stadium Probate 19 vaccination site. So far we've administered over 20,000 vaccinations at that site, and we are averaging apart between 203 100 vaccinations per hour. We have booked tens of thousands of appointments through January 31st and anticipate opening up additional appointments. That will be between February 1st and February 28th. Those appointments will open up on January 19th at 9 A.m.. We're very excited. Because our partners have really made this endeavor possible. It's a whole community partnership. And again, we just want to thank the Department of Emergency and Military Affairs, the Arizona Cardinals and state from Stadium Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, The Catherine and Ben I. V Foundation. Arizona State University and Walgreens. All of these, these groups are playing a large role at the site on D have made this possible. Way also are very excited about the launch of our second state run of vaccinations site. This will be located at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. We are still looking to see how many doses we will have available for that. For that site, so the number of appointments will depend on the available vaccine again. We're partnering with the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs and Arizona State University to run this site. Arizona State University currently runs a testing a saliva based testing site at this location and so they will scale up to provide vaccination administration. Again. Registrations for appointments are going to open up Tuesday, January 19th at 9 A.m. for this site. We updated our easy health. Dr. Hobbes Flash find vaccine website with an interactive map. You can go onto the map. It has all of the current locations with vaccine, you can select a sight and a box will pop up that has information about that site and a link to their registration. So not all of them. Not all vaccine providers are utilizing the state's vaccine management system. Some providers air using their own appointments software, but we will link to them whenever we have that information so that it's one stop shopping when you go to our our map. We will continue to update this map with additional vaccination sites as they come. In a couple of other exciting announcements, we have been expanding access. So a DHS activated the CDC retail pharmacy program. This is going to add up to 100 pharmacy stores over the next few weeks. The first pharmacies to come on board in Arizona are gonna be fries, Safeway and Albertsons. And so those will be included on our sites as we get notified, which pharmacies which specific pharmacy locations will have that scene? But they will be on our website and will be another source for those that are eligible to receive vaccine to go get vaccinated when this program becomes fully activated, more than 800 pharmacies will have covert 19 vaccine available in Arizona. We currently have more than 200 vaccination sites on our website that have received vaccine and this includes 45 community health centers as well. So if you are eligible and you receive care at one of our community health centers You could check on our website to see if they have received vaccine. And again just another update on helping our Arizona hospitals. We have been recruiting nurses with a nursing staffing contract here in the state. That's been one of our most successful endeavors. We are very excited. The majority of the nurses are here. When they arrive. They will stay on site for eight weeks with an opportunity to extend that On gesso. As of last week. 348 nurses have started work. We anticipated almost 200 more arriving this week again that We don't necessarily count them until we've heard that they have Arrived in the state and are attending on boarding at their assigned hospital. But we continue to work with our staffing contract to get all of the nurses that we can here in. Arizona State health director Dr Cara Crist went with her press briefing on covert 19 vaccine rollout that coming from the state Health Department. Go

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Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round

Business Wars Daily

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round

"Wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October fifteenth. What's on your plate for lunch today a salad some fruit. Since, the pandemic began many of us are eating healthier or at least trying to and all those additional leafy Greens and Berries on your plate have to come from somewhere preferably somewhere that reduces long distance food miles and maybe improves the taste over those deadly dull hothouse tomatoes. Our Appetite for fresh produce is fueling big growth in hot new industry vertical farming. On Monday, Driscoll's America's biggest strawberry provider said, it will start growing some of it strawberries in an indoor vertical farm that farm is run by San. Francisco AG Tech. Company. Plenty. Unlimited. Driscoll's new huge greenhouse will be in Laramie Wyoming hardly the nation's strawberry capital anticipating consumers possible objections driscoll says strawberries grown vertically without dirt or fresh air or just as tasty. Perhaps tastier than those grown on its California farms founded in twenty fourteen plenty unlimited began growing mountains of leafy Greens in a San Francisco vertical greenhouse last year. It now supplies leafy Greens to hundreds of Safeway, and Albertson's grocery stores in California. If you were to walk into its High Tech Greenhouse, you'd look up and up and up at endless walls of Kale a regular lettuce in Missoula. Mix. The company is green in more ways than one. They say, they use no GMO's and no pesticides because they don't spray for bugs plenty makes the startling claim that you don't even need to wash their produce and like other vertical farms plenty claims to use a tiny fraction of and water compared to traditional farming about one percent of land in less than five percent of water. Most vertical farms launched with Greens which grow well hydroponically and aeroponics not to mention they take less space than say tomatoes and strawberries. Moreover, local Greens are popular. They're also delicate which makes them great candidates for one of the purported benefits offered by tech indoor farms. That is if you can use controlled indoor conditions including led lights, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and recycled water to grow food on a large scale, you can put these greenhouses anywhere whether it be damned, and if you can grow strawberries in frozen Laramie Wyoming year round, you can shrink food miles the average. Plate of food travels fifteen hundred miles before it winds up on our table shrinking those food miles is good for the environment. It's also good for most produce great for grains. But now that vertical Greens have been proven, it's time to expand into other fruits and vegetables which brings us back to driscoll's the strawberry giant. It supplies a third of all strawberries in America and it's making a big investment in plenty. The Financial Times reports that high profile deal is only one of a flurry of investments signaling the news that high tech indoor farming is here to stay. Recently revel Greens. Minnesota startup raised almost seventy million dollars growing. It's total investment to two hundred million dollars using rainwater and snow. Melt. Company grows lettuce in mammoth greenhouses in California Texas and of course, it home in Minnesota with its new money rebel Greens plans to expand its Texas footprint according to the Star Tribune newspaper.

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Ordering online groceries has gotten easier

Talking Tech

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Ordering online groceries has gotten easier

"I looked? At Amazon, fresh whole foods cart posts. Posts, mates, target and Walmart. Let me fill you in Amazon fresh the promises same-day delivery when you visit the website as long as you were prime member, which caused one hundred nineteen dollars a year, and you order a minimum amount, usually thirty five or forty dollars when I made by order on Tuesday, morning I was promised a delivery by one thirty, and then when I tried later on again they're all gone. Gone, but they had free delivery on Wednesday and Thursday that made me happy. Whole Foods, which is also owned by Amazon their promises free two hour delivery again with prime membership I ordered it five minutes to two, and they put a four ninety nine delivery attached to it to have the food derived by four or free. If I could wait till six, which of course I could fill out better than waiting a week. Week, which is what it took me when I was trying to do it locally from some of the markets around La target tacked ten dollar delivery fee onto a forty dollar order unless I paid him one hundred bucks for the shipped service, which is owned by target. Now they did agree to get the order over to me within two hours, which is great, but it didn't like that hundred dollars and furthermore folks. Target has a feature where they will meet you outside and put all the food into your trunk. The only problem is. If you order on your computer, you can't get that service. You have to do it on the APP, so order on the APP. Instant card instant is the biggest of all of them, and they do food delivery for a lot of local markets. But the results are different when I ordered from Ralph's, which is part of the Kroger chain? I was ordered a two hour window when I ordered from Vancouver, which is part of the Albertson's chain. There were many hours, so they said I could get it that evening. FONS wanted to charge me ten dollars. Ralph's did not so that's a little weird, and of course on top of those fees is a big tip. You WanNa. Give a tip for. For your instinct card shoppers, the person who is going up and down the aisles, getting your food for you and then driving into your house post mates is more active in online food delivery from restaurants, but they do the groceries as well and just this week. Uber said it wanted to buy post. Speights for two point six five billion dollars now when I when I tried ordering from on post, mates ordered a forty five to sixty minute delivery promise. In also a ten dollar fee finally, Walmart free delivery, no delivery charges, minimum purchase, but a two-day way. Okay But you know what two days is fine. as I said when I was trying this back in March and April I was looking at one week weights so two days one day. The bottom line is it's a lot better now than it was I. Still Way prefer the process of walk into the store and shopping I find shopping online for grocery items tough because I don't know what I want until I see it,

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"albertson" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"albertson" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"In the mid two thousand James Arthur Ray charismatic self help guru promised his followers a path to wealth and happiness, but not all who followed him finish their journey. This is a story, told a new true crime miniseries from wondering called Guru the dark side of enlightment James. Arthur Ray wasn't well known until he was in the movie the Secret, and after that ray was a guest on Oprah's TV show, but what many didn't know, were his more extreme methods methods that pushed his pupils to their limits, giving some transformative life experience they dreamed of and killing others. Be Sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, or you can binge all six episodes ad free right now on the wondering. On. From wondering I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily on this Tuesday July seven well after years of trying albertson's than Asian largest grocery store chain has finally gone public. The company I planned to launch an IPO back in twenty fifteen, but ultimately postponed the offering because of retail market volatility, but even global pandemic couldn't stop. The companies go to market plans this time, not with so much money on the line. ALBERTSON'S IPO was expected to be a billion dollar plus event, but despite the strength of the grocery sector and the company's own strategic moves, investors weren't suite on Albertson's. The company's target price was roughly twenty dollars per share, but ended up selling for a discounted price of Sixteen A. A share by the time the stock debuted on the new. York Stock Exchange the next day. The price it dropped another three percent. The downsize deal was surprising. Albertson sales in March and most of April were up nearly thirty five percent over last year CNBC reports the company Jones Safeway Jewel OSCO stores among other grocery brands had been making innovative moves before covid nineteen albertson's has been centralizing its buying power investing in its private label brands. It's also remodeled stores to devote more space to growing fresh departments. The Wall Street Journal reports Albertson's also adopted smaller warehouses near existing stores to fulfil online orders faster. Same store sales were outpacing kroger the country's biggest supermarket player according to win site. Grocery business. Following the IPO Albertson CEO Vivek Shankman remained optimistic about the company's prospects. He pointed to market. Volatility is one reason for the disappointing debut. Stocks had fallen the day before the IPO is cove, nineteen surged. He told The Wall Street Journal and IPO is just the starting line. It's not the finish line. Things aren't much better over the number. One grocery brand kroger also enjoyed a pandemic. Pandemic revenue bump last quarter revenue, excluding fuel grew nearly twenty percent from the previous year that growth exceeded analysts expectations, but shortly after its last earnings call in mid June, share prices dropped six percent grocers were an economic bright spot. During the early months after covid nineteen swept across the nation. Many people stocked up on staples and hunker down at home, but investors aren't convinced that the. The. Sales bump from cozy home, cooked meals and stockpiles of toilet, paper and cleaning supplies are going to last much longer. Store margins are razor thin between one and two percent according to mercator. Advisory Group Research and expenses for additional cleaning, staff and safety precautions have spiked, but both grocers are gearing up in areas that promise growth. The economic downturn is made consumers more price conscious that. That bodes well for private label brands which are more profitable than national brands. According to mercator, research both grocery giants are strong players here, but kroger has the edge. It's private label. Division had its best year ever in two thousand, nineteen, topping twenty three billion dollars in sales, according to Progressive Grocer, magazine albertson's private labels tallied roughly half that amount in sales according to its IPO filings. Albertsons is ahead of the game in another important area online sales online grocery sales are poised to jump about forty percent this year core site research estimates. Albertson's has already outfitted to small fulfillment facilities to speed online and delivery orders. It plans to expand the concept Kroger has to. It's centralized distribution strategy according to supermarket news, but the retail giants face increasing pressure from mass club and dollar retail competitors together sectors outpace private label performance from Grocers for reports and their formidable online rivals to as consumers increasingly venture out into the world. Grocers are looking for a way forward key questions remain around how shopping change and whether grocers can find ways to keep ringing up pandemic lovers savings. From one, this business wars daily I'm your host David Brown. This episode was written by Gwen Moran and produced by Lane Appleton grain edited by important are Executive Producers Marshal Louis created by Urnov Obama's. ME. Well, today's Day. The car is all packed up. Coffee in hand and snacks are ready. You and your better half begin your long-awaited cross country drive, and as you hook up your phone, you wonder which story to immerse yourself in while you gaze out at the open road you press play. And then one of degrees award winning miniseries begins to come over the speakers. And your drive just got a whole lot better. Enjoy shows like Dr Death Joe Exotic Tiger King. Blood ties the shrink next door and a whole lot more on the new.

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Finally, Albertsons Goes Public -- After Besting Krogers Performance

Business Wars Daily

04:02 min | 1 year ago

Finally, Albertsons Goes Public -- After Besting Krogers Performance

"Well after years of trying albertson's than Asian largest grocery store chain has finally gone public. The company I planned to launch an IPO back in twenty fifteen, but ultimately postponed the offering because of retail market volatility, but even global pandemic couldn't stop. The companies go to market plans this time, not with so much money on the line. ALBERTSON'S IPO was expected to be a billion dollar plus event, but despite the strength of the grocery sector and the company's own strategic moves, investors weren't suite on Albertson's. The company's target price was roughly twenty dollars per share, but ended up selling for a discounted price of Sixteen A. A share by the time the stock debuted on the new. York Stock Exchange the next day. The price it dropped another three percent. The downsize deal was surprising. Albertson sales in March and most of April were up nearly thirty five percent over last year CNBC reports the company Jones Safeway Jewel OSCO stores among other grocery brands had been making innovative moves before covid nineteen albertson's has been centralizing its buying power investing in its private label brands. It's also remodeled stores to devote more space to growing fresh departments. The Wall Street Journal reports Albertson's also adopted smaller warehouses near existing stores to fulfil online orders faster. Same store sales were outpacing kroger the country's biggest supermarket player according to win site. Grocery business. Following the IPO Albertson CEO Vivek Shankman remained optimistic about the company's prospects. He pointed to market. Volatility is one reason for the disappointing debut. Stocks had fallen the day before the IPO is cove, nineteen surged. He told The Wall Street Journal and IPO is just the starting line. It's not the finish line. Things aren't much better over the number. One grocery brand kroger also enjoyed a pandemic. Pandemic revenue bump last quarter revenue, excluding fuel grew nearly twenty percent from the previous year that growth exceeded analysts expectations, but shortly after its last earnings call in mid June, share prices dropped six percent grocers were an economic bright spot. During the early months after covid nineteen swept across the nation. Many people stocked up on staples and hunker down at home, but investors aren't convinced that the. The. Sales bump from cozy home, cooked meals and stockpiles of toilet, paper and cleaning supplies are going to last much longer. Store margins are razor thin between one and two percent according to mercator. Advisory Group Research and expenses for additional cleaning, staff and safety precautions have spiked, but both grocers are gearing up in areas that promise growth. The economic downturn is made consumers more price conscious that. That bodes well for private label brands which are more profitable than national brands. According to mercator, research both grocery giants are strong players here, but kroger has the edge. It's private label. Division had its best year ever in two thousand, nineteen, topping twenty three billion dollars in sales, according to Progressive Grocer, magazine albertson's private labels tallied roughly half that amount in sales according to its IPO filings. Albertsons is ahead of the game in another important area online sales online grocery sales are poised to jump about forty percent this year core site research estimates. Albertson's has already outfitted to small fulfillment facilities to speed online and delivery orders. It plans to expand the concept Kroger has to. It's centralized distribution strategy according to supermarket news, but the retail giants face increasing pressure from mass club and dollar retail competitors together sectors outpace private label performance from Grocers for reports and their formidable online rivals to as consumers increasingly venture out into the world. Grocers are looking for a way forward key questions remain around how shopping change and whether grocers can find ways to keep ringing up pandemic lovers savings.

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Kroger ending $2 an hour "hero pay" bonus for workers

The Gee and Ursula Show

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Kroger ending $2 an hour "hero pay" bonus for workers

"At the beginning of the pandemic G. grocery workers were put in the category of frontline workers and many chains offered a two dollar an hour increase for hazard pay they called it a hero bonus but apparently that's going to be going away soon Kroger owned QFC and Fred Meyer has confirmed now that they're going to be ending it by the end of next week other supermarket chains including Safeway and Albertsons have yet to decide a spokeswoman says at this point there's no firm end date for their appreciation pay and PCC says it's expected to add may sixteenth but they are going to evaluate yes there are now gonna evaluate of course you can evaluate because there was a lot of public shame to that comp coming out there I think nobody disagrees to all those that are getting hazard pay currently right now on the front lines in grocery stores they need to continue to keep get hazard pay this pandemic is going to be over with tomorrow it is it going to be over with two months from now we're going to be feeling the effects of this pandemic for a very long time and those folks that are up on the front lines they need to continue with their has to pay they were already getting paid too low in the first place continue to have effect and and point out also that thousands of grocery store workers have become sick with Colbert nineteen several doesn't have died as we have reported I think they deserve to be making more for a longer amount of time making more than two dollars an hour more frankly and if you want also point out that Kroger sales are up thirty percent from a year ago and I think they should be paying at least thirty percent

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Produce Delivery Services Overwhelmed With New Customers

Business Wars Daily

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Produce Delivery Services Overwhelmed With New Customers

"Say How's that grocery delivery going for you sure. These days it may seem wise to avoid walking into a supermarket but the wide berth were giving. Kroger and Albertsons and company is causing problems for overburden grocery delivery services in many cities delivery slots from instant card in Amazon. Fresh are in higher demand than Toilet paper just yesterday. Amazon announced they would put on line grocery customers on a wait list. That's after they've hired one hundred thousand extra workers. Now they're planning to hire seventy five thousand more so of Amazon with its army of workers can't get your groceries to you on time. What's a shopper to do? Well many are trying to find a work around by buying produce and some groceries from online farm to kitchen vendors. But if you think you've found a solution to delays think again startups like Farm Bucks Hungry Harvest and imperfect foods are also under strain. They're scrambling to keep up with our sudden yen for everything from fresh spinach too ugly Avocados last month six year old New York based farm box direct saw orders doubling day over day baltimore-based hungry harvest had to halt new sign ups just so they could fulfill orders for existing customers. There's a wait list. Of course an imperfect food said on their blog last month that it was experiencing astonishing demand to be honest they called it unprecedented demand but does the word unprecedented being anything anymore. Like the big box grocers. These smaller produce sellers are also experiencing delays. But let's back up a bit in case you've never heard of these companies. Imperfect foods was the brainchild of college. Student Been Simon. Who has a freshman was shocked at the quantities of food? He saw other students throwing away at the college cafeteria. In Twenty fifteen partnered with a friend Ben Chesler to start imperfect foods with a mission to save millions of pounds of food from being wasted instead imperfect foods would sell what the two been called ugly produce that means offering tiny avocados scarred apples in twisted carrots that supermarkets spurn to shoppers. Who Understand as my mother used to say? They still taste the same planet conscious. Customers like imperfect foods message of attacking America's food waste problem and they also like spending about thirty percent less than they would at a supermarket by mid Twenty nineteen the company while not yet profitable had grown to two hundred thousand subscribers in twenty two cities but even its founders couldn't have foreseen how the corona virus cooking boom would affect the company for good and for ill one lesson that we're learning from this crisis. Is that anything that hits suddenly hits hard where your business has been forced to close or growth has exploded as was the case with imperfect foods in late. March a bunch of orders. They don't say how many were delayed and others cancelled. The company issued a Mayor Copa on its blog on March twenty second essentially saying. Hey No one expected this much growth. Along with implementing Cova nineteen precautions for staff and Shoppers. Imperfect foods began hiring more workers and they promised more transparent communication in the future last week. The company warned that inventory could be limited and delays of. Maybe a few days would continue but a small number of shoppers. Mainly brand new customers are receiving emails that their deliveries could be delayed into may as the company ramps up to handle the new volume like Imperfect Foods baltimore-based hungry harvest also sells produce. It's not winning any beauty contests Mizunami of demand force them to scale up warehouse delivery and supply chain operations especially getting produce from farms to their warehouses. Demand was so high. The company says that under normal circumstances it would have taken them six months to scale up that much but they did it in five days. They've already added a dozen new warehouse workers and drivers and as of late March. We're looking to hire at least another twenty five and that's just a handle existing customers because remember they're running weightless right other farms doorstep companies like misfits market and farm. Box direct are also being inundated. So what should you do if you're radishes of gone rogue or your Avocados of abandoned you? Unfortunately most of these companies customer care operations are also underwater imperfect foods asks customers to not even try contacting customer service unless an order is more than forty eight hours late. But there are other alternatives. You could sign up for a local community supported agriculture service or CSI typically CSA's charge up front for shares of a season of produce. The farm sends boxes it later. Intervals the downside. Will you don't have much control over? What's in those boxes the upside? You're supporting local farmers or you could actually consider going to the grocery store with a mask on of course at least one. Publication is accusing some of US have delivery time hoarding Oxford moral philosopher. Jeff McMahon told Fast Company. If you're young and healthy using delivery service could be well selfish go shopping and Lee. Those scarce delivery times for the elderly people with disabilities and others at high risk. And maybe that will ease the burden on everyone from Amazon to imperfect foods until all of this blows over after that well. It's a good bet that farm to kitchen box businesses will be even bigger and

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The Coronavirus Pandemic Hurts Some Industries, Benefits Others

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:43 min | 1 year ago

The Coronavirus Pandemic Hurts Some Industries, Benefits Others

"Many industries are furloughing or firing workers. But some are hiring. Npr's Alina Seljuk has the story. Despite all the shutdowns and lockdowns Americans still need food and medicine and that means some companies are actually hiring at least temporarily supermarkets like Kroger and Albertsons Pharmacies Lake CVs and walgreens and retail giants like Amazon and Walmart. Not only are we not laying off? People were actually position. We're going to be hiring additional one hundred fifty thousand new associates. That's executive Dan Bartlett last week announcing a major hiring push promising to get some people into new jobs in a matter of hours. Amazon has a similar plan to hire one hundred thousand new delivery and warehouse workers in the next few weeks to keep up with a big spike in online shopping papa. John's and domino's are hiring thousands of cooks managers drivers same at meal. Kit companies like Blue Apron and grocery delivery platforms like shipped and INSTA- cart with it wants to sign on up to three hundred thousand delivery GIG workers more than doubling its contract workforce or in transportation logistics for example. Hiring is actually up seven percent a month over month from March thirteenth. Daniel Joe is a senior economist at the jobs and recruiting website glass door. He says those transportation numbers account for new hires at warehouses of all kinds including retail and new jobs are being posted by local governments and healthcare organizations basically call center workers or front desk associates. These are folks who are helping to field questions. Some of the companies that are adding new jobs including Amazon. Instant card have faced criticism from their current workers who want protective gear hazard pay and broader access to paid sick leave still. These new jobs are an option for many workers who find themselves suddenly unemployed because of Corona virus and the companies that are hiring specifically targeting. Them you can imagine not. There's an awful lot of people who have lost their normal livelihoods and are desperate to generate some income to support their family. Ruth Milkman is a professor of sociology and Labour Studies at the City University of New York. The whole point of paid sick leave is to not force workers to have to choose between their livelihood and their house or the health of their kids. But these workers are going to be put in that position. She says the jobs that are growing fast. Many of them are our leave with limited benefits and pay and of course they're risky because they involve interacting with other people while most of the country is asked to stay at home and isolate a reminder that in times of crisis some of the lowest paid jobs become essential

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Boise-based supermarket chain Albertsons plans to go public

America First

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

Boise-based supermarket chain Albertsons plans to go public

"Albertsons made it official after today's closing bell it plans to go public once again Boise Idaho based Albertsons operates several supermarket chains including Safeway and

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A Moment in Time, with Shari Belafonte

B&H Photography Podcast

11:27 min | 1 year ago

A Moment in Time, with Shari Belafonte

"Today. We're GONNA be talking sheriff about photography. So let's get into it Sherry. Welcome to our show. It's so great having Jose here so you have grown up around cameras now as a little kid all my life cameras aimed at you most again. Your Dad was Trenton Center. He was big deal. Back in the fifties sixties seventies. He broke down a lot of walls. Again everybody's familiar with his music and his acting and everything else. So you're smiling laughing about so. I was very hyperactive. Attention deficit as a child. I still lamb a little curtail with certain things now making native American blood you know wearing a bright orange camp right now you WanNa talk about it. Yeah Orange there you go. There's fast on. Go ahead I'm sorry. My Grandmother gave me my first Brownie camera. Now that's how far back I with the fan flash that you put the light bulb shit so I had that one. I was four years old. How many megapixel was and you would get this little tiny roll of film that you would put inside that Yummy and That was my first foray into being behind the camera and then instamatic semantic when I was I think I had a funny little polaroid camera that we had them all And my first legitimate camera was a pentax when I was eleven years old. Okay I was in boarding school by Matic or h three the it was. You know I can't remember I just. It was a thirty five millimeter Pentax Camera. That was dad's I know. Dad had a SPA top. Any passed it down to me so my entire high school was spent in the dark room. I smell like smoke. That was really attractive. Smell coming out of the yellow fingernails sitting in the dark. You Know Rolling and Rolling Rolling Rolling and then you know praying that you could put it in the CAN. It would come out and it wasn't all crumpled and you know so. Yeah I spent a good part of my earlier years behind the camera. And then of course like you said being Harry's daughter you know when we when he was on tour somewhere and there's Paparazzi or people taking pictures of us all the time and then Harry took pictures of us all the time that we never saw and it was the biggest joke because he was he always got get over there. Get OVER THERE. Get over there. Stop Stop Standards There. Hundreds and hundreds of pictures that were taken by. Harry and we've never seen a single one single. And why do you think that's the case? He just too busy to Kinda know if he ever developed and I don't know if there was even filmed the camera I think he had these Lycos and he just you know he just kept shooting once in a while. We saw him because he would. When he was a touring he would have these The program with this and it was always the big color program that would come with new. Buy A ticket and there would be pictures of us you know in there and we go to dad. Shoot that picture around. The house was photography kind of a respected medium. Was it an art to be an art. He did have a darkroom which he never went into. He just had it in the back next his recording studio but he did use a recording studio. Did use the recording. But Yeah we always have been shutterbugs. I think the whole definitely me more so than I think my siblings but Harry was definitely behind the camera. He was into like us us a very like a like like like scandal. And what about the Paparazzi and stuff? Maybe it wasn't. I can't even say that it wasn't like it is now because Paparazzi but was it A pain in the bud. Was it something that you guys so I was so used to? You know because what happened is my hair Harry. In Marguerite. My mom was marguerite. She passed away a few years go but they divorced. When I was very young actually separated woman was pregnant with me so there was always that kind of people trying to take pictures of that that was going on but there was a little more of a sense of decency for lack of better words with authorizing I mean. Now it's like Oh goes the there were lines. That were not crossed back then. I mean chances and stuff like that and they they definitely probably got onto your skin right probably worse today and usually think it was more of a magazine would come in. Ebony magazine would come in and say you know. Can we shoot you at home or and you know there was a story that was behind it and maybe the attorneys would go yet. It's good idea. Let's let's push that you know. Yeah we've always been around cameras for yourself. It's often family. What kind of things interested you would sort of you know? In the days I was in boarding school in Massachusetts so I I've always been a fan of black and white. I never learned how to process color and of course slides for the first things. You sort of learned. I never learned how to process but I was always into the dynamic of black and white so with the snow in Massachusetts. There was always the lights and shadows and you can stream you know falling through the ice no save. The camera saved the camera. Shot landscapes mostly landscapes. And then I shot everything and then as I got older and could start a fording stuff. I actually stopped shooting for a while and then when Sam. I got married thirty five years ago. Sam gave me my first Yoeskamnoer. I had by then already onto Canon cameras. But you know hey a one and the that great but then Sam gave me my first Kammer after maybe not shooting for ten years and we went on our honeymoon to Italy and I just shot like crazy like bags and bags film was carrying at the time. Kodak made what was called recording fill in the recording. Four seventy five four and as soon as you develop it would turn into a corkscrew that you can never hold flat that I didn't know because by then I wasn't processing okay but Three hundred you could you. Could you could set the The whatever you wanted I mean you couldn't with any film but this was if you decided to shoot at or if you wanted to shoot one hundred thirty two hundred or sixty four hundred. Just remember what you shot that at and you'd process it like if I shot four hundred three sixty I process it at four hundred by shoot at three sixty and I mean the detail was. It's crazy it's like mega pixels eight thousand and I just fell in love with that and then when Kodak stopped making it because they said well you know nobody's buying it because it was twelve dollars a roll and I know buying it. No please keep making and then shortly after you know film just kind of went by the wayside and now it's coming back. Is it coming back to us? Sales were up twenty percent last year. So you now actually have to try and find a film camera. I still actually have a rebel. Okay okay isn't it rebel? Originally rebels were killed. What was called the digital rebel? No megapixel but I did have for the Canon thirty and I was started shooting movies of Friends of mine. Who were directors said? Would you shoot stills movie and I remember get going into get a sound blimp made for my digital camera and the guys in you and Steven Spielberg's guy or the only people that have blimps for you. These eight thirty eight sixty. Whatever I add albertson blimp. Right Jacobsen Jacobsen recently closed down. There's no need for any other. No ex- exactly. I've got this this whole box downstairs in the garage is because like don't need the blimp. Next time lenses by the I worked on a movie as recently as Twenty fifteen and with a digital camera and they recorded a blimp ahead to go rent one. I mean even even that little clique. If you're onset now we have an issue thousand frames so that one was especially digital you shoot so fast. The first movie I did shoot I had asked me me. Leaders a friend of mine and she also is the executive producer and director of the morning. Show but at the time going back. You know fifteen twenty years. Whenever it was that I was shooting this I said to her. You know this is the first time shooting for a movie. What she's just keeps shooting shoot. Shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot so I did. I shot eight thousand seven hundred and seventy eight frames and thought okay. You know. I'm their mom. Put them all and give them. And then oh no we just need your best hundred. It took me like three weeks to go through every single one of those because I really looked like I was shooting movie. Everything was so slightly different. They know what would you take away from that experience? Really get an editor back to that five role mentality you know. They'll have a budget for three to five roles. And that's what you did shooting digital change anything when you when you shoot because obviously it did change a lot for a lot of people in this idea of shooting maybe too much or a lot or just the freedom they can give you. Some really changed a lot of people's now you know everything is it cyclical now. I've barely picked up my camera now. Also have a Sony seven hours and shooting with my Samsung Galaxy's the galaxy the first galaxy thing. I had a four note for one of the earlier. Ones the best pictures I've ever seen. I went on my God. Look at these pictures that I'm getting on my phone and now I have a lot of my family's mostly apple. Nothing you know not against apple but galaxies have much better pictures you know the Samsung just really has the better technology shooting with your phone and I know friends of mine even say your pictures are so much better than mine. Why is that slow data Samsung if Samsung only made and take get another phone? Get Your Samsung Stolz. But I still like I still like the weight of having a camera and shooting the cameras a different different animal. But now you know. There's a difference for photographers. I never was would call professional photography gallery shows and stuff but I'm not like Greg Gorman. Who was a friend of mine? I didn't shoot and I'm not making money like that as a photographer. And right now so many you can take so many pictures. I mean anybody can get good picture with their phone. You know you can. It's easier to get good pictures now than it used to be. You know you'd have to have a professional photographer do that. Well now I you know people take headshots their phones movies with your eyes. You can do anything. Us forces us to kind of rethink what I should be taking pictures of. And how many pictures should be taking reassessed kind of the nature of it and that's happening. I think you know this return to film. We're seeing people kind of wanting to slow back down a little bit trying to figure out what what's the basis of it. That's really what it is. It's it's a medium. It's like if you're an oil painter if you're into acrylics or if you're doing you know pencil drawings if you're into sculpture it's a it's all worthy it's just a matter of what your taste isn't what it is that you're shooting at that

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Meal-Kit Startup Plated Shipped its Last Kit Yesterday

Business Wars Daily

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Meal-Kit Startup Plated Shipped its Last Kit Yesterday

"Ah from wondering I'm David Brown. And this is business worse daily on this Wednesday November twenty seventh. If prepping for tomorrow's big meal is making you think twice about all that time in the kitchen. Maybe it's finally time to try out one of those meal Kit Services you've been hearing about but you now have one fewer service to choose from the meal kit brand plated shipped its last meal yesterday. Supermarket conglomerate Albertson's switch owns plated is taking it in house as a private label line. So what happened then. Whose left standing the meal kit business which used I used to get a ton of buzz not to mention Silicon Valley? VC money has proved much harder to operate than originally thought as we've discussed before the challenges are rife. It's hard to get people to subscribe in once. Subscribe to keep them. The logistics of shipping. Fresh ingredients aren't simple either. In many cases keeping that food fresh rush seems to require an inordinate amount of packaging which environmentally concerned customers object to. And then there's the planning with the meal Kit Service you have to plan in advance which doesn't solve one of the most common problems people have with cooking namely getting to five o'clock and saying what on Earth should we have for dinner tonight but but don't be mistaken. The meal kit businesses still growing is just growing elsewhere namely some big grocery chains after Blue Apron and other startups birth. The meal Kit Market Grocers rushed in now not only albertson's but Kroger Walmart Amazon and even the drugstore chain walgreens all offer meal kits and they have at least two competitive advantages over the blue. Apron's of the World I. You can buy a kit for tonight's dinner on impulse second you don't have to sign up for a pricey ongoing subscription to get it but even supermarkets haven't quite cracked the meal Kit Code consider Albertson's which acquired played for two two hundred million back in two thousand seventeen. It planned to roll out plated meal kits to hundreds of stores but scaled back those plans to just a few test stores in North Carolina earlier of this year according to supermarket trade publication wind site grocery business over time Albertson's found that the economics of the subscription business just didn't work but apparently the supermarket located meal. Kit Plan wasn't sizzling either. Now the grocery chain is building played into what it calls a more comprehensive in house culinary brand will have to wait until twenty twenty to see what that will look like in the meantime Blue Apron which went

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Australia's Federal Election May Be a Tight Race

Between The Lines

08:45 min | 2 years ago

Australia's Federal Election May Be a Tight Race

"Ever since Malcolm Turnbull nearly lost the twenty sixteen election, the polls, the pundits and the bidding markets that consistently put lie in a winning position pointing to a landslide this weekend. But such is the magic politics that the federal election could be a lot closer than anyone had the raw to expect a week or whatnot agai, remember during the past half-century close vigil elections favor, the incumbent, you think of Gordon's narrow victory over whitland in sixty nine the so-called don's party or Gillard up against Abbott losing her majority in twenty ten but when oppositions wind power from the government, the victories are usually in fatty, you think of phrases massive landslide against whitland, seventy five or how smashing catering in ninety six but in politics, there are no guarantees, and the smart money is still on a lie. Victory. And according to my guest, that may be a good thing for conservatism and the nation. Australia, where told needs a shortened government to help us break out of Al complacency genital Ricksen is a columnist with the Australian. She's a board member on the institute of public affairs, and a former board member here at the get I Janet, welcome to our Tom, now you're leading conservative commentator. So naturally, many of our listeners here on between the lines. We'll be shocked to hear you say that a and prime ministership could be a good thing house on Tom. I think some of my raiders were shelter and I made that argument few weeks ago, but I think it's we've now come to the position where we need the lived experience of a shorten government to return, the labor party to the wisdom of the hawk aiding agenda. We need a short and government to force a liberal party to get through what I think, is an existential crisis identity crisis to rediscover its roots to rebuild a very confused. Brand. And we, we the voters, we need lived experience of short and government to, to deliver, what I call buyer's remorse to realize that whitland, esque mix of big promises without policies that grow the economy is not just nicotinic disaster. But a social disaster, and I really think you have to go back to the days of the Whitlam era, to, to find the level of complacency that we see today, and my colleague at the astray Lian PO Kelly code. It know that nineteen sixties grand delusion, that continued prosperity was a strategy is destiny. And it's true, we've had almost thirty years of, of economic growth, but that is not a given. So you sign in the shorten economic agenda increases the prospects of a recession, and Farley will be mudbound, reality. I think that's absolutely right. Because Bill Schoten is very honest that he's politics, the politics of redistribution not growing economic pie, and it's it's much easier by the white to redistribute rather grow the economic pie. If you think of the big reform. The hard reforms in a strategy during the eighties nineties, and the early two thousands. They were hard reforms, but they were important reforms. It liberalized the economy. We're not seeing those same kind of policies with the short and government. He's Fago economics is a slogan. It's premised on complacency is premise on emotion. Just listen is shooting in some of the might say that, you know, we're, we're experiencing an ideological seachange in the electric, the oldest twenty percent of the electorate si- fifteen years ago in two thousand and four. When you wrote that conservatism was cool on the John Howard, the oldest twenty percent back. Then they largely voted for the coalition. They've been replaced by the youngest twenty percent of voters who lift, you got social media Twitter trolls, all the ride a poll show that socialism has risen in stature, especially among these millennials. And of course you got tried unions. They luckily to be reim- powered. So have haven't times changed time certainly have changed in the environment's changed. But what? What you're saying is very much. You know, not just the liberal party and existential crisis, but the left side of politics is strong because it's buttressed by so many elements in civil society that you do not see, on the centre-right of politics strata. It's almost as if liberalism depends on the liberal party in a stray area. And if you have a liberal party that stepped away from those basic, liberal values, what's left, so it really is up to other organizations, I think, to build the foundations of liberalism in ustralia to make deeper than the liberal party cannot rest on a conviction later such as John Howard. We haven't had one since two thousand and seven and look, what's happened to liberal values in that time you've had get up. You have the unions, you have the light party and other organizations. It's up to the center right of a Strayer to rebuild to make the case for liberal values. And that's what hasn't happened. You've written the Rausing damp of the wits in the liberal party has lift the joint with dodgy foundations. And just might clear, the conservatives now would rather walk away than stand up and fought. And he also criticized the so-called modern liberals. But at these decisions by the senior liberals to shift towards the so called center at they attempts to adjust to what many political analysts, I is an increasingly more progressive political and cultural landscape. I certainly think that way in politicians nervous about, you know, their prospects that they start to put on new labels. And we're saying range of liberals call themselves modern liberals. Now, I've pressed a few of them as to what the what that means, and it really doesn't mean anything, it's just a bit of branding. I call it branding bunkum. What is the most important to be successful in politics, merger of conviction with good retail political skills? We've seen that before the last ten years, though, we've seen we've seen the party and politicians on the center, right suffer a deficit of both conviction, and, and really good retail politics now recently under Scott Morrison, I think the party has started to reimburse, for example, explain the social good of a strong economy, the virtues of lower taxes, allowing people to have more of their own money to make decisions how they spend their money. But imagine if the liberal party had more core values at the center of it story for the past ten years, it would be in a much stronger position. It's not about rebranding as modern liberal. I mean this, this guy's back today, but Cameron calling himself, a compassionate conservative, or which had Nixon, quote himself, a conservative with a heart. What does it mean if liberal parties, make the moral case for classical liberalism, you want convince voters about the purpose of a liberal governor Cosa, just to clarify, you think it's premature to read the last rods two Austrailia conservatism. Your argument, is that conservatives a losing tonight because they not farting. But Janet, we had on this program last week Tim sue pomace on the former rice discrimination Commissioner, and he I use that a short vitual Mark the end of what's derided as neoliberalism hasn't market capitalism, filed given the widespread economic inequality, wick told by because I think the evidence is just not there for, for widespread economic inequality. It's become a slogan. If you look at their three surveys from the can. Census. And I think there was another one by Hilda. They all showed that inequality has pretty much not changed over three decades of productivity commission. More recently is found that claims to growing income inequality. Not true. The economic growth has lifted standards across all income groups. I mean these are the facts, but the slogan of income inequality is being used to justify dismantling capitalism, in the name of some sort of utopian social democratic project, we've been here before now at this stage Paul's point to alive victory. But Malcolm Turnbull mind tines he would won the election, if it weren't for his wing enemies in the media, and the potty room. Let's hear for major Neal's interview with tumble on the BBC two months ago at the time of the coup in August. We were level pegging on the public Paul's or the opposition and we were four points ahead on the polling in the marginal seats. But basically, you could argue that the concern was not that I would lose the election, but rather that I would win it. You telling me your own party didn't want you to win the next. I'm just saying if you analyze credit. Well, Andrew, you've only got to look at the facts because Malcolm Turnbull on the base on why he would have won the election Janet Albertson. Well, I see we've moved into the comedy section of

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Apple Pay coming to Target, WalMart still hold out

Talking Tech

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Apple Pay coming to Target, WalMart still hold out

"Some job boards overwhelming with tons of the wrong resumes. Not smart but ZipRecruiter finds the right people for you. And actively invites them to apply. Smart. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. I happen to be a huge fan of mobile payment systems because they're safer quicker and easier to use credit cards. So consider me pretty excited that Apple Pay is coming to target one of the biggest holdouts of the major retailers. Now. That's great for apple. But it still has more big holdouts to overcome before it is available seemingly everywhere, I'm Jefferson Graham. And you're listening to talking tech now the benefits of paying by phone or watch our giant. You don't have to reach in your pocket. Stick a credit card into a chip reader that takes awhile sometimes can't read the number accurately and is prone to hacking. Instead just wave your phone over the credit card reader, wait for confirmation, which comes in seconds. And then be on your merry way. You can also pay with your watch. But most people do it with an iphone or the Android or Google phones. Now target which is one of the biggest retail holdouts says it will have Apple Pay. Available within a few weeks. The company had been working with WalMart and other retailers to launch its own mobile pay system, but that one never got off the ground. The good news for apple it now has Apple Pay available for six of the top retailers. Cosco Walgreens, CVS albertson's Amazon and now target the bad news. It's still has worked to do. Walmart is still a major holdout as his Kroger. Home Depot and Lowe's. So if you're as much of a fan of mobile pay as I am right to these companies and tell them to get on the bandwagon. Some of the bigger retailers were Apple Pay is available includes McDonald's best by seven eleven Starbucks and whole foods listeners. What's your take on mobile pay love it or can't be bothered? Let's chat about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, please subscribe to talking tech on apple podcast least-favoured us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show, and it's always thanks everyone for listening. In need of great talent for your business. But short on time. You don't have to get lost in a huge stack of resumes to find your perfect hire. You just need the right tools smarter tools with ZipRecruiter you can post your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards with just one click then ZipRecruiter. Actively looks for the most qualified candidates and invites them to apply. So you never miss a great match. No wonder eighty percent of employers who post on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day. Find out today why ZipRecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes and industries to find the most qualified job candidates with immediate results right now. Talking tech listeners can post jobs on ZipRecruiter for free. That's right free. Just go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. One more time to try it for. Free. Go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"albertson" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"albertson" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Two thousand beads day. And we now have the opportunity now of. Being introduced to the shopping cart. So we leave, we leave where the glass factory is or the factory is in walk outside into now where we've been introduced to buy whatever we want. So we've not have experienced this crazy thing of seeing these women hand painting of rolling these out perfectly of these guys, literally throwing a pot or a plate on these wheels, and it was just the most amazing experience average were now the value of these crazy plates and of these beads. They're not like five or ten cents a piece. These are like two, three or four bucks per bead in now we'll send you put them all together and you walk in to the shopping cart and is beautiful display of necklaces and bracelets and fascinating wall art, and it was just on spire and you're like sitting there. Oh my gosh, this is insane. And then you're handed personally a a shopping. Bet cart or a little tiny bass, not more than just a little bag. It was actually a shopping basket that you'd get. Any albertson's or something like that, where you are have this round your wrist, and she goes, fill it up, get get some gifts for everyone else. And so now you're encouraged not to just get one or two pieces. You're encouraged to fill your car. And she goes through and talks about by the way, don't worry. You don't have to worry about pain in in Kenyan shillings. We take MasterCard. We take visa, weaving, take American Express into all my gosh. This woman is amazing. And then after a few minutes she goes, how can we help? We're more than happy to help you find what's the perfect gift, who are you looking for?.

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"albertson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"albertson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I remember that first segment joke osceola when you're one of those buffalo biblically flavor with fresh ingredients spicier also prepare hand trimmed chicken never any artificial coach flavors or fillers plus they're gluten free hey so keep your sports family fed this summer stop by your local albertson's or vons deli counter and ask for decent wasa by name diesel watson it's a family thing homey more sosa travis espn la so i think it's finally starting to happen haven't you know like if you hang out with so many for a while you you dab some characteristics or points of view or just kinda mannerisms whatever it might be your wife now that having a long log on that ship is sailed a time y'all look alike no i don't think so that happens to does it while you like your pitt i've been at one where you get i think it's more that you tend to buy a pet like you yeah they don't think if you look like a doberman and you get a poodle you start morph into something else all ladies we're bulldogs a text me right now tweet me bulldogs novakova dogs i don't know if you wanna lady that looks like a bulldog you'll you all know know me me well well thick part the face oh well yeah yeah yeah yeah nothing animal law and they know into the bulldog on higher in hung hanging out the other side not not exactly a golden retriever no love me for me i'm okay talented though.

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"albertson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"albertson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I remember that first segment joke osceola when you're one of those buffalo biblically flavor with fresh ingredients spicier also prepare hand trimmed chicken never any artificial coach flavors or fillers plus they're gluten free hey so keep your sports family fed this summer stop by your local albertson's or vons deli counter and ask for decent wasa by name diesel watson it's a family thing homey more sosa travis espn la so i think it's finally starting to happen haven't you know like if you hang out with so many for a while you you dab some characteristics or points of view or just kinda mannerisms whatever it might be your wife now that having a long log on that ship is sailed a time y'all look alike no i don't think so that happens to does it while you like your pitt i've been at one where you get i think it's more that you tend to buy a pet like you yeah they don't think if you look like a doberman and you get a poodle you start morph into something else all ladies we're bulldogs a text me right now tweet me bulldogs novakova dogs i don't know if you wanna lady that looks like a bulldog you'll you all know know me me well well thick part the face oh well yeah yeah yeah yeah nothing animal law and they know into the bulldog on higher in hung hanging out the other side not not exactly a golden retriever no love me for me i'm okay talented though.

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"albertson" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"albertson" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"So you have to you have to design it in a certain kind of way right make sure that you have regular time for yourself right making sure that you're being healthy in this stressful times and then time dedicated spending with friends or family or or whatever it is in your life that keeps you sane and finding even if it's an hour a week to do that can be hard but i think is important making that time i agree with you tell us a little bit about albertson's about how this how this developed the process and now where you are and you're doing and how how it's changed a little walk in your shoes for the passing year a piece of advice that we got early on that i think was very helpful was to to know our competitors into know the landscape so probably about a year into the business we started reaching out and making contact with all the major grocery retailers and originally it was to get to know him and then also because we wanted to to put our meal kits in stores so we spent a lot of time with a bunch of big brand name retailers pretty much from the beginning and when it came time for our sale we very happy that we knew everybody we weren't out to sell the business but the the market very challenging and we were still looking for a way to you have to do a distribution deal and put our mucus stores we always thought that was a critical part of the business model and that online only wouldn't be enough.

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"albertson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"albertson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Seeming to prove that he doesn't get it ray was quoted as saying i get it there's a balance that needs to be struck between encryption and the importance of giving us the tools we need to keep the public safe in fairness he may well think he does get it my feeling is different from his and yet i would say i get it as well we ask a lot of our governments want to be kept safe from drug dealers human traffickers terrorists and so on at the same time not everyone is a drug dealer a human trafficker a terrorist or any kind of criminal and yet this mythical balance for which he is looking is a back door to encryption even if officials don't want to call it that and that will leave all of us vulnerable because a back door for law enforcement is also a back door for bad actors meaning people with ill intent not thus be into aren't good at their jobs rebel insider says that raise comments reignite the ongoing debate i'm pretty sure though that are fire has to go out before it can be reignited and this one's not going out anytime soon albertson companies have signed on with apple pay with less than six hundred albertson locations across the country you may think that's not a big deal however it turns out albertson baron company albertson companies owns a number of grocery jane's according to apple world today the adoption of apples contact lists payments illusion puts it at checkout stands in safeway vaughan's pavilions tom thumb randle's cars and of course albertson stores the service was already available at jewel osco shaw's act me star market haugen and united stores all of which are also albertson 's companies companies with the new locations albertson companies apple pay adoption puts the service and roughly twenty two hundred stores.

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"albertson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"albertson" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Seeming to prove that he doesn't get it ray was quoted as saying i get it there's a balance that needs to be struck between encryption and the importance of giving us the tools we need to keep the public safe in fairness he may well think he does get it my feeling is different from his and yet i would say i get it as well we ask a lot of our governments want to be kept safe from drug dealers human traffickers terrorists and so on at the same time not everyone is a drug dealer a human trafficker a terrorist or any kind of criminal and yet this mythical balance for which he is looking is a back door to encryption even if officials don't want to call it that and that will leave all of us vulnerable because a back door for law enforcement is also a back door for bad actors meaning people with ill intent not thus be into aren't good at their jobs rebel insider says that raise comments reignite the ongoing debate i'm pretty sure though that are fire has to go out before it can be reignited and this one's not going out anytime soon albertson companies have signed on with apple pay with less than six hundred albertson locations across the country you may think that's not a big deal however it turns out albertson baron company albertson companies owns a number of grocery jane's according to apple world today the adoption of apples contact lists payments illusion puts it at checkout stands in safeway vaughan's pavilions tom thumb randle's cars and of course albertson stores the service was already available at jewel osco shaw's act me star market haugen and united stores all of which are also albertson 's companies companies with the new locations albertson companies apple pay adoption puts the service and roughly twenty two hundred stores.

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"albertson" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"albertson" Discussed on Mixergy

"You know if you're going to see a whole foods it doesn't have the albertson logo on the front of the thinkers you forgot to take it off said expertise is one thing in knowing that store before you go in there emilia is like old fashioned sales i thought about lady ages in emails and templates and all that it's all fashions sales knowyourcustomer have a good presentation keep beating those that beating the doors but keep eating a path to their door over and over meet it's really lohman wanna walk after put the leather shoes on and go hit the street and talk to people in in the first time they see you a buyer true i mean the buyers are trained to reach out and find new things because they've got to that that's what they have to do if the pudding shields up to block eu they're not doing their job suggested that that is our job they're paid define things that are exciting in the first to market in their market with something this exciting new so they are looking for you all they wanna do is they want to reduce their risk of failure so they wanna know that you know what you're talking about so if you could prove to down through a few little things at you know what you're talking to stay air talking about yet go into their stores if you go whether you're say had liked it been your stores i'd like to knock this brand off the shelf level it'll carry that brand they he knows immediately or she knows immediate that you don't know what you're talking about and the high risk of failure which means they're gonna look bad because you're not a business person that is done your homework that's a high risk to them so make sure they know that you know what you're talking about going in with a broker off and reduces that risks.

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