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From 1920 to 2020: A Fresh Food Supply Chain RetrospectiveFrom 1920 to 2020:

Supply chains and distribution systems have significantly developed since the early 1920s. During that time period, we were dependent on boats, trains, and wagons to move food from farms to cities. With the advent of trucks, planes, and cold storage, we were able to globalize our food supply and bring fresh produce to every corner […]

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Le Tour de France: A Deep Dive Into The Annual Men’s Multiple Stage Bike Race

The Tour de France is an annual men’s multiple-stage bicycle race primarily held in France, while also occasionally passing through nearby countries. Like the other Grand Tours, it consists of 21 stages, each a day long, over the course of 23 days. Le Tour de France sees the best of the best bicyclists in the world compete […]

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A Passionate Reader’s Journey: From Dyslexic Child to Book Lover

A reader is born. That’s how I like to think of it. Because, really, that’s what happened. I was born a reader, but it wasn’t always easy. In fact, up until 4th grade, I hated school because I couldn’t read. But then something amazing happened: I learned to read and my world opened up. In […]

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Evolution of Grocery Shopping: From Brick and Mortar to Delivery

Home delivery of groceries is not a new concept. In fact, it has been around for quite some time. The first recorded instance of grocery home delivery dates back to 1890, when a man named Clarence Saunders began delivering milk to homes in the St. Louis area. However, it wasn’t until the early 1990s that home delivery really started to take off.

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