Big name bakery firms including Warburtons, Allied Bakeries and Subway were among exhibitors at the Convenience Retailing Show, held in Birmingham last week.Thousands of visitors flocked to the annual show, organised by William Reed, to check out new products and services and to network.Highlights of the show included the Sandwich & Snack Solutions area, sponsored by British Baker’s sister title Bake & Take, where a series of demonstrations took place, designed to help retailers maximise profits from food to go.The line-up of companies on the stand were Cuisine de France, craft bakery Geary’s, coffee company Kenco, Allied Bakeries, drinks suppliers Pro Juice, Snowshock and Infuzions and ethnic food companies Patak’s and Buddha Brunch, as well as crisp company Kettle Foods.Elsewhere at the exhibition, Country Choice launched a range of smoothies and a new pizza; sandwich chain Subway was also present, targeting petrol forecourt operators with a mini-Subway model. Sandwich supplier Snacktime also exhibited.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The India vs Australia series is very important for Virat Kohli and his team. This is their last bilateral series before the ICC Cricket World Cup 20189 which will be held in England from May 31. The two-match Twenty20 International series and five ODIs gives India the chance to settle down on their batting and bowling compositions ahead of the tournament. The Indian team are on a roll, winning three consecutive bilateral ODI series. This included a win in Australia for the first time ever and winning a series in New Zealand after 10 years in addition to securing a win against the West Indies in the five-match series. India have won three consecutive bilateral series at home against Australia and they will be determined to extend their domination in the upcoming series. Here are some of the key numbers for both sides in India vs Australia contests in India.3 – Number of consecutive series India have won against Australia at home in last 10 years. 26 – Number of wins for Australia in India in 56 ODIs. India have won 25 encounters. 159 – Number of runs required by MS Dhoni to reach 1000 runs in ODIs against Australia in India.RELATED 13 – Number of sixes needed by Rohit Sharma to hit 50 sixes in ODIs against Australia in India. 2 – Number of centuries required by Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli to hit the most number of centuries against Australia in India. Sachin Tendulkar has most with four centuries. 4 – Dhoni needs just four more dismissals to break Adam Gilchrist’s record of having the most number of victims in India vs Australia ODIs in India. 8 – Number of bilateral ODI series played between India and Australia in India. Both sides have won four series apiece. 9 – Number of 300+ scores by India in ODIs against Australia at home. Their highest total is 383/6 in 2013 in Bangalore. 12 – Number of 300+ scores for Australia in ODIs against India in India. Out of this, they have three 350+ scores while India have four 350+ scores. 1 – Number of Twenty20 International games won by Australia in India. They had secured the victory during the game in Barsapara in 2017. 182 – Number of runs scored by Aaron Finch in T20Is against India in India, which is the most from players of both sides. 1 – Number of ducks for Virat Kohli in T20Is and Australia dismissed him for the first time in the 2017 series. 9 – Total T20I wickets taken by Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah in games against Australia. Bhuvneshwar has the most with five wickets. HIGHLIGHTSAustralia have won 26 out of 56 games against India in India.India have won three consecutive bilateral series against Australia at home.Australia last won a series in India in 2009 when they won seven-match series 4-2.
The good news: Bye weeks are now over, so for the most part, you can stick with one kicker barring injuries or major weather concerns. The bad news? It’s still the kicker position. Kickers are the most inconsistent players in fantasy football, and it’s impossible to know what you’ll get from your starter in any given week. Regardless, our Week 13 fantasy kickers rankings will try to sort through the muck and rank all 32 kickers across the league.As always, it’s best to stick with a kicker from a good offense that will move the ball. It also helps if the kicker has a big leg. This week, Mason Crosby is one of the top potential streamers at kicker. He gets to take on the Cardinals at Lambeau Field. The Packers should move the ball easily and provided that weather doesn’t become a factor, Crosby should have a chance at a few field goals. Elsewhere, Ka’imi Fairnbairn (vs. Browns) and Graham Gano (@ Buccaneers) have good matchups and could produce in the opportunity for a high-scoring game. Note: We’ll update our rankings throughout the week if weather or injuries figure to be major factors.WEEK 13 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endWeek 13 Fantasy Kicker Rankings1Justin Tucker, Ravens @ Falcons2Harrison Butker, Chiefs @ Raiders3Wil Lutz, Saints @ Cowboys4Greg Zuerlein, Rams @ Lions5Mason Crosby, Packers vs. Cardinals6Matt Bryant, Falcons vs. Ravens7Ka’imi Fairbairn, Texans vs. Browns8Graham Gano, Panthers @ Buccaneers9Ryan Succop, Titans vs. Jets10Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots vs. Vikings11Jake Elliott, Eagles vs. Redskins12Dan Bailey, Vikings @ Patriots13Matt Prater, Lions vs. Rams14Brett Maher, Cowboys vs. Saints15Brandon McManus, Broncos @ Bengals16Josh Lambo, Jaguars vs. Colts17Randy Bullock, Bengals vs. Broncos18Adam Vinatieri, Colts @ Jaguars19Robbie Gould, 49ers @ Seahawks20Chris Boswell, Steelers vs. Chargers21Cairo Santos, Buccaneers vs. Panthers22Michael Badgley, Chargers @ Steelers23Sebastian Janikowski, Seahawks vs. 49ers24Daniel Carlson, Raiders vs. Chiefs25Dustin Hopkins, Redskins @ Eagles26Cody Parkey, Bears @ Giants27Aldrick Rosas, Giants vs. Bears28Greg Joseph, Browns @ Texans29Zane Gonzalez, Cardinals @ Packers30Steven Hauschka, Bills @ Dolphins31Jason Myers, Jets @ Titans32Jason Sanders, Dolphins vs. Bills Week 13 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/STAs it gets later into the season, it is important to note that weather will play a major role in some kicker decisions. At this point in the year, it’s best to own kickers in warmer climates (like Greg Zuerlein) or kickers that have their home games in a dome (Wil Lutz, Matt Bryant, and Matt Prater, to name a few). That won’t guarantee that you’ll dodge any ptoential duds, but it gives you a better chance of not having to worry about the kicker position.
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Report Reply 0 replies · active 317 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down LWLW · 317 weeks ago That’s the problem with this town…maybe you think it’s not broke, but are you a Wheat Festival committee member or official??? Sometimes change is good…Wellington has this overall mentality, which is why NOTHING ever changes for the better!!! Report Reply 1 reply · active 317 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down David Edge · 317 weeks ago LWLW did I strike a nerve. It was a question. I didn’t say it was bad. I just said if its not broke don’t fix it. I was also thinking of all the elderly people I watch sit out on the corner of the street on south Washington and watch the parade go by. Forgive me for having an opinion Report Reply +4 Vote up Vote down Jane Cole · 317 weeks ago David, Since the Farm Expo is going on an extra day, all of the farm equipment will still be sitting in the 100 and 200 block of North Washington. Since this is the “Wheat Festival” in honor of celebrating our farming community and their seminars are at the Memorial Auditorium, , the committee thought it appropriate to have them in that location. The decision to go west on Harvey instead of east was made because the road to take the parade to the south is wider on Jefferson than on C plus Bank of Commerce is the Main sponsor of the event. One thing about it, things are always going to change. While there are some people who will not like this change, at least it shows us that our festival is growing.If you would like to be on the committee that makes these decisions each year, we would be happy to have you join us. Thanks Jane Cole Wellington Chamber Board Member Report Reply 1 reply · active 317 weeks ago +3 Vote up Vote down David Edge · 317 weeks ago Thank you for a kind and appropriate answer and not jumping to conclusions. I was just asking a serious question. Change doesn’t bother me one bit. I’m not popular enough to be on any board of any committee nor do I know enough about Wellington to wish to do so. Report Reply +2 Vote up Vote down Guest · 317 weeks ago Change can be good and healthy. Its great that they are making wheat a part of the Wheat Festival. One change that is needed is the carnival. It feels like groundhog day with the same rides in the same locations for consecutive years. The only change seems to be the price. Report Reply 0 replies · active 317 weeks ago -5 Vote up Vote down Sandy river · 317 weeks ago If your upset about the rerouting of a parade your life is very small Report Reply 1 reply · active 317 weeks ago +4 Vote up Vote down David Edge · 317 weeks ago I never said I was upset. I was asking a question. Maybe my life is small but I’m not the one making assumptions and berating people on the internet Report Reply +3 Vote up Vote down Tarina olson · 317 weeks ago My wallet is missing I am hosting a booth selling hair bows Taylor’s Bow-tique and if anyone sees a wallet I am missing it lost today. Please help me find it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 317 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Police blocked off Washington Street for Expo today.by Tracy McCue, Sumner NewscowÂ â€” If you are going to the Kansas Wheat Festival Parade tonight at 8 p.m., this is a reminder. The parade has been re-routed from the customary going down Washington Street.The parade will turn left on Harvey Street and end at Jefferson and Harvey. Wellington Police Chief Tracy Heath said Harvey will be blocked off between 4:30 and 5 p.m. People who parked on Harvey Street will be asked to move their vehicles elsewhere.Kansas Ag and Home Expo which is in downtown Wellington is going on today and tomorrow.Follow us on Twitter.
Facebook21Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Intercity TransitDue to poor road conditions and anticipated worsening weather, many Intercity Transit routes continue to be on snow detours that will stay in place through tomorrow morning, Monday, February 11. Standard snow detours are in place on the following routes:Route 12Route 21Route 41Route 42Route 45Route 47Route 60Route 64Route 68All current detours can be found on our website at intercitytransit.com/rider-alerts and all standard snow detours can be found at intercitytransit.com/bus/routes/snow-detours.Intercity Transit’s goal is to get passengers to their destinations safely, which may take longer in bad weather. Customers are asked to be patient and expect delays. You can stay up-to-date on service information from Intercity Transit during inclement weather by signing up to receive text message or email alerts at intercitytransit.com/subscribe.Snow and ice can prevent buses from reaching curbs, stopping at some bus stops, and using lifts or ramps. For your safety, riders should stand away from the curb and wait for the bus to come to a complete stop before approaching it. Use caution when boarding and getting off the bus.Our Customer Service lines will likely receive increased call volume during inclement weather. Please be patient if you try to call. Information about any route changes and delays will be posted on our website at intercitytransit.com/rider-alerts, on Facebook and on Twitter.Dial-A-Lift customers should be aware that this service operates when and where it is safe to do so. If you do not need to go out during winter weather conditions, you can call the 24-hour cancellation voicemail at 360-705-5827 to cancel your ride.