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avocados mexican-american grill opens second location in commack


avocados mexican-american grill, a nine-year mainstay in bayport, has opened a second restaurant in commack, where the short-lived frizzles once served burgers and sandwiches.the new spot offers largely the same menu as in bayport, co-owner tony amendola said. advertisement | advertise on newsdayprices peak at less than $12. specialties include guacamole, chili, wraps, fajitas, empanadas, quesadillas, burritos and tacos — including a “tropical” one with shrimp, sautéed pineapple and mango.avocados in commack is open monday to saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on sunday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.avocados mexican-american grill, 2188 jericho tpke., commack, 631-343-5900, avocadoscommack.com; and 955 montauk hwy., bayport, 631-419-6333/34, avocadosbayport.com restaurantsrecent long island restaurant






avocados are in season. we have recipes


what’s in season: it may be hard to imagine avocados as having a season, what with international imports available year-round in supermarkets. but locally grown california avocados typically begin turning up in early spring and there are a variety of avocados available throughout a season that runs into the summer months. of many varieties available, look for dark, pebbly textured hass; smooth, green fuertes; spotted, creamy pinkertons; smooth, oval bacons and mild-flavored mounds of shiny, yellow-green zutano avocados.guacamole and more: 21 of our favorite recipes using avocado >>what to cook: avocado toast might be the dish of the moment when you consider the fruit, but there’s so much more to be done with it. other than adding avocado to salads and sandwiches, try blending the stuff int






trump did not threaten war with mexico, us and mexican officials agree


on corona and avocados: trump's 20 percent border tax concerns chicago businessesgreg trotter, robert channick and lauren zumbachlet's get this out the way right now: yes, your avocados would cost more if a proposed 20 percent border tax on mexican imports were to become reality.that being said, the import tax floated by the white house on thursday as a possible way to fund president donald trump's proposed wall along the...let's get this out the way right now: yes, your avocados would cost more if a proposed 20 percent border tax on mexican imports were to become reality.that being said, the import tax floated by the white house on thursday as a possible way to fund president donald trump's proposed wall along the... (greg trotter, robert channick and lauren zumbach)






israel's netanyahu applauds trump's plan for wall; mexico not pleased


on corona and avocados: trump's 20 percent border tax concerns chicago businessesgreg trotter, robert channick and lauren zumbachlet's get this out the way right now: yes, your avocados would cost more if a proposed 20 percent border tax on mexican imports were to become reality.that being said, the import tax floated by the white house on thursday as a possible way to fund president donald trump's proposed wall along the...let's get this out the way right now: yes, your avocados would cost more if a proposed 20 percent border tax on mexican imports were to become reality.that being said, the import tax floated by the white house on thursday as a possible way to fund president donald trump's proposed wall along the... (greg trotter, robert channick and lauren zumbach)






retail ceo says trump meeting 'productive,' despite worries over border tax idea


on corona and avocados: trump's 20 percent border tax concerns chicago businessesgreg trotter, robert channick and lauren zumbachlet's get this out the way right now: yes, your avocados would cost more if a proposed 20 percent border tax on mexican imports were to become reality.that being said, the import tax floated by the white house on thursday as a possible way to fund president donald trump's proposed wall along the...let's get this out the way right now: yes, your avocados would cost more if a proposed 20 percent border tax on mexican imports were to become reality.that being said, the import tax floated by the white house on thursday as a possible way to fund president donald trump's proposed wall along the... (greg trotter, robert channick and lauren zumbach)






what fruits and veggies have the most pesticides?


worried about pesticide levels in your fruit and vegetables? strawberries contain the most pesticides, while sweet corn and avocados are nearly clean, according to an annual report from the environmental working group (ewg). in the ewg’s “2017 shopper’s guide to pesticides in produce,” 48 types of conventionally grown fruit and vegetables were tested for synthetic chemicals.…






keep these colors in mind when picking avocados


avocados are a very important food with which you can craft many tasty delights, but picking a perfectly ripe one can be challenging at times. luckily—as one reddit user brought to our attention—one crafty company has started putting color chart stickers right on the fruit, making grocery shopping that much easier.original image via redditunless you live in new zealand, it’s unlikely the avocados in your local grocery will have these exact stickers, it’s still helpful to keep these colors in mind when you’re out shopping. of course, color isn’t the only way you can check for ripeness. besides looking for specimens that are heavy for their size, you can always take a peak under the stem. if it’s nice and green under there, you’re good to go.advertisementmy avocado has a color chart on the s






swedish supermarket tests lasers to label organic produce


malmo, sweden (ap) — something high-tech is happening in the produce aisle at some swedish supermarkets, where laser marks have replaced labels on the organic avocados and sweet potatoes.swedish supermarket chain ica started experimenting in december with “natural branding,” a process that uses low-energy carbon dioxide lasers to remove the pigment from the outer skins of fruits and vegetables.the laser beams create tattoo-like patterns — in this case the product’s name, country of origin and code number — similar to the way hot irons brand cattle. if its test is successful, ica, which has 1,350 stores across sweden, hopes to cut down on the stickers and packaging it now uses to identify its organic produce.“it’s a new technique, and we are searching for a smarter way of branding our produ






super bowl commercials 2017: tom brady for intel, and more


coen brothers’ mercedes super bowl commercial(credit: mercedes-benz usa via youtube)the coen brothers directed this mercedes-amg gt roadster super bowl li commercial, which is a tribute to "easy rider" and stars peter fonda. kia super bowl teaser(credit: kia motors america via youtube)in kia's super bowl li teaser, melissa mccarthy is running, screaming and carrying a flag. "get ready for the 3rd quarter," the teaser says. avocados from mexico super bowl teaser(credit: avocados from mexico via youtube)"listen to the celebrity," avocados from mexico's super bowl li teaser says, as jon lovitz tells viewers they should eat gua ole.advertisementadvertise heremr. clean super bowl commercial(credit: mr. clean via youtube)a woman fantasizes about a dancing cgi-version of mr. clean in this super b






swedish supermarket tests lasers to label organic produce


swedish supermarket chain ica started experimenting in december with “natural branding,” a process that uses low-energy carbon dioxide lasers to remove the pigment from the outer skins of fruits and vegetables.malmo, sweden — something high-tech is happening in the produce aisle at some swedish supermarkets, where laser marks have replaced labels on the organic avocados and sweet potatoes.swedish supermarket chain ica started experimenting in december with “natural branding,” a process that uses low-energy carbon-dioxide lasers to remove the pigment from the outer skins of fruits and vegetables.the laser beams create tattoolike patterns — in this case the product’s name, country of origin and code number — similar to the way hot irons brand cattle. if its test is successful, ica, which has






'we are all americans,' says corona ad, meaning not just folks in those 50 state


"let's make america great again."the words appear on the screen with the faint sounds of a crowd shouting, "build a wall," in the background. it's a slogan and a chant that have become so familiar and synonymous with the nation's president that it is hardly surprising to see them on a television commercial.but then the ad takes a surprising turn."great again?" a voice on the commercial asks, before switching to spanish. "stop using our name to generate divisions. that's not what we are."the corona beer ad, released late last month, touched on a long-running point of contention between the united states and the countries with which it shares the hemisphere. for the majority of those living south of the u.s. border, the word "america" does not refer to a country with 50 states, but to the en






super bowl commercials 2017: political pitfalls abound


there’s a good reason why super bowl sunday is the biggest day of the year for advertisers: it’s the only annual tv event where more than 100 million viewers are eager to watch the commercials. the scrutiny that super bowl commercials get raises the stakes for advertisers, which in 2017 are each shelling out an average of $5 million to secure air time during the game. marketers spend millions more on production, hiring top-notch directors and celebrities, and running promotions leading up to the game, which will air sunday at 6:30 p.m. et on fox. despite advertisers’ hard work to on their marketing messages -- which typically boil down to “buy our product” -- this year’s batch of ads may get viewed through an unintentional lens: politics. super bowl ads that carry a political message aren’






free frozen yogurt and other deals around denver, feb. 3-9 – the denver post


in a heartbeatwhen it comes to saving money, bargain hunters know it’s important to know your numbers. however, when it comes to your health, the same rule applies. knowing your personal stats can help you make better choices. february is heart health month, so king soopers is offering a free cholesterol screening, all month long — while supplies last. stop by or call the store pharmacy to schedule an appointment. walk-ins are accepted, but the wait may be long. it’s recommended you fast for 12 hours prior to the screening. no food or drink, except for water and medication. as with any health screening, you may want to consult your physician first. kingsoopers.com/topic/heart-smartoral examgood lifelong oral hygiene starts at a young age. if the kids need a basic dental exam, there’s an op






how big food wants the fda to define “healthy”


the producers of high-fat food like nuts, eggs, and avocados are thrilled that their products are overcoming their history as dietary villains. the food and drug administration wants to redefine the word “healthy,” and these foods may get to join the club. what counts as a healthy food? that’s not just a tricky question for you and me—it’s now perplexing … read more read morehigh levels of fat, sodium, and cholesterol used to disqualify foods from using the word “healthy” on their packaging. but when the fda tried to crack down on kind bars, which are full of nuts and thus high in fat, kind responded by telling the fda their definition is outdated. the fda, amazingly, agreed, and has been trying to figure out a better definition of the word. they held a meeting last week that included exis






let's find it download


download download are you a curious little person? find hidden objects in this beautiful game and improve your mind skills while you simply relax and let time flows. be the first one to find each object in many different levels. you will look for apples, bonbons, chickens, balls, and so much more. challenge yourself in this puzzle perfect for everyone. gameplay. many objects will be randomly displayed in the board. find the object requested in each level. develop speed, cleverness and motor skills to become a real scrounger. look for caps, candy canes, cats, bras, airplanes, abajours, avocados and all kinds of stuff. ask for tips to find the lost objectshighlights. over 100 different objects to look for. several difficulty levels: it gets more complex as you play. aleatory display of objec






spending an afternoon with a 'bad hombre'


valley center, calif. — the immigration debate isn’t about hysteria. it’s about human beings. along the u.s.-mexico border, it’s about hard choices that bring heartbreak. it’s about accepting that, as bruce springsteen says in his haunting ballad “sinaloa cowboys”: “for everything the north gives, it exacts a price in return.”i recently learned that lesson from spending an afternoon with a “bad hombre.”that’s the term of endearment president trump has given to some of the undocumented population. it’s only a slight improvement on what president obama called them: “gang-bangers.”in his address to congress, trump declared: “we are removing gang members, drug dealers and criminals that threaten our communities and prey on our very innocent citizens.”but still, as with obama, trump’s definitio






how a u.s. "border tax" could hit your wallet


getty images/istockphotodespite the increasing globalization of agriculture, it's not often that food makes it onto a "top imports" list. that's partly because of cost -- it would take a lot of tomatoes to come close to the import value of a car engine -- and partly because a lot of u.s. policies still give preference to farmers and agribusiness at home.still, the u.s. imports a fair amount of food from its neighbors mexico and canada, including $1.8 billion worth of mexican tomatoes and $1.3 billion worth of avocados. americans also eat a large amount of meat from both countries. cbs moneywatch/irina ivanova cbs moneywatch/irina ivanova in relative terms, americans spend a smaller percentage of their income on food than any other country. but consumers who've come to expect a low grocery






learn dr. oz's trick to blasting belly fat. hint, it's not the gym


in this 2012 photo, rosie o'donnell and dr. oz, hold up belly fat.(photo: ap photo/sony pictures television)connectlinkedinemailmorebelly fat, the kind that creeps behind stomach muscles around 40 and won’t go away, is dangerous. it’s also impossible to burn at the gym, dr. mehmet oz told usa today.this kind of belly fat is worse than other fat, because it can cause a host of health problems, including high blood pressure, diabetes and coronary heart disease. oz said so many people today carry too much, it's become a health "epidemic."in a 14-year study released in 2015 of more than 15,000 people, normal-weight men with big bellies were twice as likely to die compared to men who were obese. women with normal weights and big bellies were 32% more likely to die during the study than obese wo






super bowl commercials 2017: tom brady for intel, and more


nfl super bowl commercial(credit: nfl via youtube)in this super bowl li commercial, nfl brings back the "super bowl babies" and this time they're dressed up as nfl legends. honda super bowl commercial(credit: honda via youtube)the voices and yearbook p os of tina fey, steve carrell, missy elliot and more celebrities appear in honda's super bowl li commercial. bud light super bowl commercial(credit: bud light via youtube)bud light's super bowl li commercial features a ghost dog named spuds mackenzie. advertisementadvertise here[yellow tail] super bowl commercial(credit: [yellow tail] via youtube)a kangaroo parties at the beach, at a backyard barbecue and on a rooftop in this [yellow tail] super bowl li commercial. t-mobile super bowl commercial(credit: t-mobile via youtube)justin bieber sta






learn dr. oz's trick to blasting belly fat. hint, it's not the gym


in this 2012 photo, rosie o'donnell and dr. oz, hold up belly fat.(photo: ap photo/sony pictures television) 2892 connectlinkedinemailmorebelly fat, the kind that creeps behind stomach muscles around 40 and won’t go away, is dangerous. it’s also impossible to burn at the gym, dr. mehmet oz told usa today.this kind of belly fat is worse than other fat, because it can cause a host of health problems, including high blood pressure, diabetes and coronary heart disease. oz said so many people today carry too much, it's become a health "epidemic."in a 14-year study released in 2015 of more than 15,000 people, normal-weight men with big bellies were twice as likely to die compared to men who were obese. women with normal weights and big bellies were 32% more likely to die during the study than ob






mexico exports no longer just avocados, tequila


mexico city (ap) — if the united states imposes a border tax on mexican imports, it’s not just tequila, beer and avocados that would jump in price.mexico is the world’s leading exporter of refrigerators and flat-screen tvs. cars and trucks such as the ram 1500 crew cab, ford fiesta and chevrolet trax fill u.s. dealer lots. mexican berries, vegetables and beef born south of the border abound at american supermarkets.it is an amazing state of affair for a country that, as late as the 1980s, basically exported just oil — a country transformed by embracing the open markets promoted by its u.s. neighbor.“in just three decades, we changed from an economy that was basically exporting raw materials…. eighty percent of our exports were oil,” president enrique pena nieto said at a ceremony promoting






strawberries, spinach top list of produce with the most pesticides


on wednesday, the environmental working group released its annual pesticide report that includes the shopper's guide to pesticides in produce. the group found that nearly 70 percent of samples of 48 types of conventionally grown produce were contaminated with pesticide residue. the pesticides persisted even after the food was washed and, in some cases, peeled. this is down 6.6 percentage points from last year.the ewg shopper's guide to pesticides in produce ranks pesticide contamination of popular fruits and vegetables based on more than 36,000 samples of produce tested bu the u.s. department of agriculture and the food and drug administration. the guide includes the dirty dozen, the produce with the highest amount of pesticide residue, and the clean fifteen, the produce that is least like






use daylight saving time as wellness wake-up call


closeskip in skipxembedxshare some 'healthy' foods are actually fattening. fitness and nutrition expert john basedow (@johnbasedow) shines a light on the sneaky foods like nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, avocados, guacamole, olive oil and more that actually pack on the pounds. newslookspring ahead and use the reminder to reboot your wellness goals.(photo: siaath, getty images/istockphoto) 30 connectlinkedinemailmoredaylight saving time is not only a time to reset the clocks, but also a time to reset health goals.springing ahead is a reminder to put a little more spring in your body. this is the time for a wellness reboot — a wake-up call to eat properly, exercise and create a safer and healthier way of living. this year, we set our clocks ahead one hour on sunday and back one hour on nov.






use daylight saving time as wellness wake-up call


closeskip in skipxembedxshare some 'healthy' foods are actually fattening. fitness and nutrition expert john basedow (@johnbasedow) shines a light on the sneaky foods like nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, avocados, guacamole, olive oil and more that actually pack on the pounds. newslookspring ahead and use the reminder to reboot your wellness goals.(photo: siaath, getty images/istockphoto) 33 connectlinkedinemailmoredaylight saving time is not only a time to reset the clocks, but also a time to reset health goals.springing ahead is a reminder to put a little more spring in your body. this is the time for a wellness reboot — a wake-up call to eat properly, exercise and create a safer and healthier way of living. this year, we set our clocks ahead one hour on sunday and back one hour on nov.






use daylight saving time as wellness wake-up call


closeskip in skipxembedxshare some 'healthy' foods are actually fattening. fitness and nutrition expert john basedow (@johnbasedow) shines a light on the sneaky foods like nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, avocados, guacamole, olive oil and more that actually pack on the pounds. newslookspring ahead and use the reminder to reboot your wellness goals.(photo: siaath, getty images/istockphoto) 33 connectlinkedinemailmoredaylight saving time is not only a time to reset the clocks, but also a time to reset health goals.springing ahead is a reminder to put a little more spring in your body. this is the time for a wellness reboot — a wake-up call to eat properly, exercise and create a safer and healthier way of living. this year, we set our clocks ahead one hour on sunday and back one hour on nov.






use daylight saving time as wellness wake-up call


closeskip in skipxembedxshare some 'healthy' foods are actually fattening. fitness and nutrition expert john basedow (@johnbasedow) shines a light on the sneaky foods like nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, avocados, guacamole, olive oil and more that actually pack on the pounds. newslookspring ahead and use the reminder to reboot your wellness goals.(photo: siaath, getty images/istockphoto) 30 connectlinkedinemailmoredaylight saving time is not only a time to reset the clocks, but also a time to reset health goals.springing ahead is a reminder to put a little more spring in your body. this is the time for a wellness reboot — a wake-up call to eat properly, exercise and create a safer and healthier way of living. this year, we set our clocks ahead one hour on sunday and back one hour on nov.






use daylight saving time as wellness wake-up call


closeskip in skipxembedxshare some 'healthy' foods are actually fattening. fitness and nutrition expert john basedow (@johnbasedow) shines a light on the sneaky foods like nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, avocados, guacamole, olive oil and more that actually pack on the pounds. newslookspring ahead and use the reminder to reboot your wellness goals.(photo: siaath, getty images/istockphoto) 30 connectlinkedinemailmoredaylight saving time is not only a time to reset the clocks, but also a time to reset health goals.springing ahead is a reminder to put a little more spring in your body. this is the time for a wellness reboot — a wake-up call to eat properly, exercise and create a safer and healthier way of living. this year, we set our clocks ahead one hour on sunday and back one hour on nov.






use daylight saving time as wellness wake-up call


closeskip in skipxembedxshare some 'healthy' foods are actually fattening. fitness and nutrition expert john basedow (@johnbasedow) shines a light on the sneaky foods like nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, avocados, guacamole, olive oil and more that actually pack on the pounds. newslookspring ahead and use the reminder to reboot your wellness goals.(photo: siaath, getty images/istockphoto) 31 connectlinkedinemailmoredaylight saving time is not only a time to reset the clocks, but also a time to reset health goals.springing ahead is a reminder to put a little more spring in your body. this is the time for a wellness reboot — a wake-up call to eat properly, exercise and create a safer and healthier way of living. this year, we set our clocks ahead one hour on sunday and back one hour on nov.






use daylight saving time as wellness wake-up call


closeskip in skipxembedxshare some 'healthy' foods are actually fattening. fitness and nutrition expert john basedow (@johnbasedow) shines a light on the sneaky foods like nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, avocados, guacamole, olive oil and more that actually pack on the pounds. newslookspring ahead and use the reminder to reboot your wellness goals.(photo: siaath, getty images/istockphoto) 33 connectlinkedinemailmoredaylight saving time is not only a time to reset the clocks, but also a time to reset health goals.springing ahead is a reminder to put a little more spring in your body. this is the time for a wellness reboot — a wake-up call to eat properly, exercise and create a safer and healthier way of living. this year, we set our clocks ahead one hour on sunday and back one hour on nov.






use daylight saving time as wellness wake-up call


closeskip in skipxembedxshare some 'healthy' foods are actually fattening. fitness and nutrition expert john basedow (@johnbasedow) shines a light on the sneaky foods like nuts, seeds, granola, trail mix, avocados, guacamole, olive oil and more that actually pack on the pounds. newslookspring ahead and use the reminder to reboot your wellness goals.(photo: siaath, getty images/istockphoto) 31 connectlinkedinemailmoredaylight saving time is not only a time to reset the clocks, but also a time to reset health goals.springing ahead is a reminder to put a little more spring in your body. this is the time for a wellness reboot — a wake-up call to eat properly, exercise and create a safer and healthier way of living. this year, we set our clocks ahead one hour on sunday and back one hour on nov.






super bowl commercials 2017: tom brady for intel, and more


audi super bowl commercialaudi makes a powerful statement about equal pay for equal work in this commercial.t-mobile super bowl commercial(credit: t-mobile via youtube)justin bieber stars in t-mobile's super bowl li commercial, which also includes guest appearances by rob gronkowski and terrell owens. squarespace super bowl commercial(credit: squarespace via youtube)in this squarespace super bowl li commercial, john malkovich makes an angry phone call after he realizes the domain johnmalkovich.com has been taken by another john malkovich.advertisementadvertise herehulu’s 'the handmaid’s tale' preview(credit: hulu via youtube)hulu will is air its first super bowl spot for an original series, for "the handmaid's tale," starring elisabeth moss ("mad men"). the adaptation of margaret atwood's






carrots are in season. we have recipes


what’s in season: though you can buy orange carrots at the supermarket any time of the year, winter is the best season to find the root vegetables because the cold weather makes for crisper, sweeter roots. winter is also when you’ll find a rainbow of colors and varieties, from deep purple haze and rich scarlet; to stubby orange nantes, a variety prized for its sweet, mild flavor and crisp texture; and even ivory white satin. soup to cake: 24 of our favorite carrot recipes >>what to cook: carrots can be prepared in almost any way. enjoy carrots raw as a snack or added to a slaw or salad. blanch the roots, then sauté  with butter and fresh herbs for a simple side. roast or stew the vegetables, the long cooking will bring out the root’s sweeter notes. you can even throw carrots on the g






border tax would hurt a range of mexico's imports to the u.s.


mexico city – if the united states imposes a border tax on mexican imports, it’s not just tequila, beer and avocados that would jump in price for u.s. consumers.mexico is the world’s leading exporter of refrigerators and flat-screen tvs. cars and trucks such as the ram 1500 crew cab, ford fiesta and chevrolet trax fill u.s. dealer lots. mexican berries, vegetables and beef born south of the border abound at american supermarkets.it is an amazing state of affairs for a country that, as late as the 1980s, basically exported just oil — a country transformed by embracing the open markets promoted by its u.s. neighbor.“in just three decades, we changed from an economy that was basically exporting raw materials ... eighty percent of our exports were oil,” president enrique peña nieto said at a c






the latest: 'health-conscious' food ads get the spotlight


new york — the latest on the super bowl ads as an expected 110 million tune in to watch the atlanta falcons and new england patriots face off (all times local):6:20 p.m.are super bowl advertisers trying to put fans on a diet?not quite, but a couple of the ads give a glimpse into food trends. the first quarter is expected to include a spot by avocados from mexico touting the "good fats" in its product. the marketing group says this is the third year it's running a super bowl ad.pepsico, meanwhile, says it's only running ads for zero-calorie drinks. that includes an ad for its new bottled water, lifewtr, which marks pepsico's push into pricier bottled water segment as americans have cut back on traditional sodas. the company says the super bowl halftime show will be also sponsored by pepsi z






budweiser denies it's a political message


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);by gerry smith, (c) 2017, bloombergwith an audience of more than 100 million tuning in sunday, super bowl advertisers want their commercials to get attention — just not the wrong kind. that’s even more true in an era where everything from skittles to avocados has been politicized.none of the ads for this weekend’s game on fox are expected to purposely press any political ons, but advertisers want to avoid even accidentally offending anyone. that’s a tall order in a particularly tense moment in america, when ceos are under pressure to take sides on major issues and the president routinely scolds companies on twitter.advertisers want to avoid situations like the one coca-cola ran into three years ago with a super bowl ad with people of various e






business highlights


___amazon increasingly wants to be its own deliverymannew york (ap) — amazon increasingly looks like it wants to be its own deliveryman. its announcement of a new air cargo hub in kentucky is merely its latest foray into building out its shipping and logistics unit. if successful, the move ultimately means lower costs for amazon — but could eventually pit the company against package deliverers like fedex and ups. amazon said thursday the number of items it sold in the fourth quarter rose 24 percent compared with a year ago. its revenue rose 22 percent to $43.74 billion, slightly missing analyst expectations.___stocks end little changed as investors digest earningsnew york (ap) — stocks ended thursday's trading mostly unchanged, as cautious investors focus a large batch of earnings reports






business highlights | the seattle times


___amazon increasingly wants to be its own deliverymannew york (ap) — amazon increasingly looks like it wants to be its own deliveryman. its announcement of a new air cargo hub in kentucky is merely its latest foray into building out its shipping and logistics unit. if successful, the move ultimately means lower costs for amazon — but could eventually pit the company against package deliverers like fedex and ups. amazon said thursday the number of items it sold in the fourth quarter rose 24 percent compared with a year ago. its revenue rose 22 percent to $43.74 billion, slightly missing analyst expectations.___most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.stocks end little changed as investors digest earningsnew york (ap) — stocks ended thursday’s trading mostly unchanged, as c






mexico trade war puts 1 in 33 california jobs at risk


it’s far more than just the supply of avocados that’s at risk in any u.s.-mexico trade war, with these international deals linked to 3.25 percent of california employment, according to one study.wallethub used government data to evaluate the relative levels of economic ties each state had to the $600 billion-a-year trade business with mexico. president donald trump has harshly criticized mexico’s government and its trade relations with the u.s., putting the economic ties between the two nations in jeopardy. to be kind, the ideas were poorly received south of the border.the international political banter overshadows big business that goes both ways over the border. for example, wallethub estimated that roughly 1 in 33 california jobs (or approximately 550,000 positions) are tied to trade wi






the world's healthiest foods download


download download the world's healthiest foods is one of free app with the most used in the world. it lets you discover 100 foods that can serve as the basis of your healthiest way of eating. the world's healthiest foods. 100 foods that can serve as the basis of your healthiest way of eating. links to the articles about these foods can be found below. in addition to questions about our foods, we often get asked about beverages and sweeteners. in the beverage category, water and green tea have been especially popular topics, and in the sweetener category, so have blackstrap molasses, honey and maple syrup. of course, there are many other nutritious foods other than those that we have included on our list that we feel are wonderful, health-promoting foods; if there are other whole foods -






the latest: trade group tries to rebrand oil’s image


new york (ap) — the latest on the super bowl ads as an expected 110 million tune in to watch the atlanta falcons and new england patriots face off (all times local):7:25 p.m.an ad by a trade group sought to rebrand oil’s image, opening with the line that “this ain’t your daddy’s oil.”the ad showed a series of colorful ways oil is apparently used, including in spray paint and makeup. it said the “oil pumps life,” ”oil runs cleaner” and “oil explores space” — unexpected phrases for many that drew some mockery on social media.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the american petroleum institute says on its website that it represents the oil and natural gas industry, including producers, refiners, suppliers and pipeline operators.___6:45 p.m.coke seemed to make a statement






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