producers accused of “francization” of fruits and vegetables purchased abroad

Fruits and vegetables presented asMade in France» by producers unable to justify their origin: following a check on a Marseille market, seven legal proceedings must be opened for misleading practices, the Bouches-du-Rhône prefecture said on Tuesday. During an unexpected check by competition and fraud prevention officers on a market between producers in Marseilles, sellers, “undoubtedly … Read more

UK supermarket removes best before date on 500 fresh produce

The measure, which will be applied from September, aims to reduce “the volume of food waste in British households by asking customers to exercise their judgment”, according to the chain. British supermarkets Waitrose announced Monday to withdraw the recommended use-by dates on nearly 500 products, to avoid discouraging its customers from consuming food that is … Read more

Elon Musk donates 5 million Tesla shares, without specifying to whom

Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, donated 5.04 million shares of his company Tesla to philanthropy in November, indicates a stock market document released Monday evening, without specifying to whom. Read alsoWhy Elon Musk panics the stock market That’s $5.7 billion at closing prices on the days the donations were made, $4.4 billion … Read more

Elon Musk opposes rapid judgment of litigation with Twitter

Elon Musk filed a lawsuit on Friday to stop the lawsuit with Twitter from taking place until next year, after the social network asked for an expedited procedure. In a court document quoted by the American media, the lawyers of the boss of Tesla accuse the board of directors (CA) of Twitter of wanting to … Read more

Sharp rise in shortages in food stores

Over one year, these ruptures increased by 1.2 points, to stand at 5.5%. They represent a loss of 3.8 billion euros for the brands. Oils, cold sauces, vinaigrettes, flours or frozen savory pies… these categories are the most strongly affected by shortages in food stores. Between May 23 and June 19, panelist NielsenIQ observes an … Read more

the new CEO wants to “transform” the restaurant chain into “a popular brand”

Baptiste Bayart, at the head of the group since the beginning of the year, details his roadmap in an interview with Parisian. Bounce. After a very difficult period for Flunch, which had to close fifty restaurants throughout the territory in recent months, his boss wants to breathe new life into the family restaurant chain. In … Read more

Elon Musk had twins with a leader of his startup Neuralink

Elon Musk, boss of Tesla and SpaceX, in the process of buying Twitter, had twins in November with an executive of Neuralink, another of his companies, bringing the number of his children still alive to nine, according to Business Insider. According to an article from the specialized site published on Wednesday, Elon Musk and Shivon … Read more

Elon Musk accused of disrupting China in space

Billionaire Elon Musk was taken to task on Chinese social networks on Tuesday after two of his satellites narrowly missed, according to Beijing, colliding with the Asian giant’s space station. The richest man in the world, who has just been elected personality of the year by the American magazine Time, is well known in China … Read more

the whimsical Elon Musk creates controversy on two fronts

Customary of controversial messages, billionaire Elon Musk launched a double salvo on Thursday by accusing an American regulator of seeking to muzzle his freedom of expression and comparing the Canadian Prime Minister to Hitler in a tweet which he later deleted. Read alsoWhy Elon Musk panics the stock market A lawyer for electric car manufacturer … Read more

Elon Musk asks on Twitter if he should sell 10% of his stake in Tesla

The whimsical boss of Tesla assured that he would stick to the decision of his 62 million subscribers. New craziness of which he is customary or real question? Elon Musk asked his 62 million Twitter followers this Saturday if he should sell 10% of his shares in Tesla, and assured that he would stick to … Read more