It’s not often that we take the time to pay tribute to all the leaders who have come through NAFEM’s doors, and to share special moments or stories about our encounters, and certainly for the current NAFEM headquarters team, and specifically, Charlie and me, it’s time to speak up.
As we hear more and more about the value of adding plants to our diets and the various ways to think about doing that, it becomes obvious that plants are gaining ground. As a businessperson, it is important to consider the reasons that plant-forward consumption and business models make so much sense.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has drafted the 2016 Air Quality Management Plan – a regional blueprint for achieving federal air quality standards primarily through reductions in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions across the greater Los Angeles area.
The brigades of tomorrow are forming; the concepts that will drive business forward in the next 15 years are surfacing. The expectations of Millennials rule and the Gen Zs are close behind.
On December 29, the Department of Energy (DOE) released a notice of proposed rulemaking (NOPR) that proposes to require importers of a variety of products and equipment to provide the DOE a certificate of admissibility for each shipment of covered products or equipment before their arrival at a U.S. port of entry.
Could it be? Yes it’s true: retail grocers are experiencing the transition of market segment dollars from the restaurant world into their stores.
The transportation industry has undergone tremendous change in the past few years. New regulations have reduced the number of hours qualified drivers can operate and tightened driver qualifications – which reduced the number of qualified drivers.