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Colorado GMO Labeling Initiative Makes November Ballot
A GMO labeling initiative will be on the ballot in Colorado Nov. 4. The voter initiative requires the labeling of genetically modified or GMO foods, and will appear on the statewide ballot as Proposition 105. The Colorado Secretary of State’s office announced on Aug. 20 that nearly 125,000 valid signatures were received, giving the Right to Know Colorado campaign 145 percent of the number of signatures required for placement on the ballot. Right to Know Colorado submitted a total of 171,370 signatures by the Aug. 4 deadline, with a 73 percent validity rate. “This historic achievement is only possible because ...
Lamson & Goodnow Files for Chapter 11 Reorganization
Lamson & Goodnow Manufacturing Co., a maker of knives, tableware and kitchen tools based in Shelburne Falls, Mass., has filed for Chapter 11 federal bankruptcy protection from its creditors, according to The Republican newspaper in Massachusetts. It was reported that the company’s 18-acre factory complex on the Deerfield River was up for sale for $2.1 million and that Lamson & Goodnow could turn its business around once it secured a $500,000 loan for raw materials to fill existing customer orders.  Lamson currently has 31 employees at its plant and a retail operation in Shelburne Falls with three employees. The company, ...
HTI Buying Group Adds Four Retail Members
The HTI Buying Group, which brings together affiliated specialty retailer members to provide access to training, information and resources to improve sales and increase profits while maintaining their autonomy and independence, recently added four retailers to its membership. Joining HTI is Cook and Craft, a kitchenware store in Old Greenwich, Conn., owned by Garrison Gunter. In addition to essential tools and electrics for the kitchen and gourmet pantry items, half of the store is dedicated to showcasing North American handmade crafts for the table.   Rolling Pin Kitchen Emporium, Brandon, Fla., owned by Karen and Dave West, is another new member. ...
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