Taco Bell, Subway and More Major Chains Facing Lettuce Shortage

Taco Bell, Subway and More Major Chains Facing Lettuce Shortage

The lettuce shortages include both romaine and iceberg lettuce as prices have skyrocketed nearly 400% since 2019. The average price for a box of iceberg lettuce in October was $67, up significantly from the $14 it cost just a few years ago, per Restaurant Business Online.

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Satellites discovered two “dark ships” near Nord Stream before the explosions

Just a day before the sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipelines two unidentified ships were spotted in the area. The private satellite data monitoring firm SpaceKnow discovered two vessels with their transponders turned off in the area of the explosions. The vessels’ automatic identification systems were not working at the time they were passing the pipelines.

Satellites discovered two “dark ships” near Nord Stream before the explosions

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Canadian Journalist Added to Ukrainian Hitlist + NATO is behind the site of Ukrainian nationalists “Peacemaker”

Guy Boulianne of Quebec targeted by “Mirotvorets”

Canadian Journalist Added to Ukrainian Hitlist (archived)

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Important data from the “Myrotvorets” site on crimes against minors in Russia, Donbass and Ukraine have been published by the Foundation for Combating Injustice (original in French)

[2015] NATO is behind the site of Ukrainian nationalists “Peacemaker”

Flash : the Ukrainian Nazis have started to persecute civilians in Kherson

Flash : the Ukrainian Nazis have started to persecute civilians in Kherson

The man is a veteran of the Soviet Army!

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Ukraine won’t let journalists into Kherson amid fears of civilian shootings

Ukraine is not allowing journalists into the settlements that have come under Ukrainian control in Kherson in recent days. The Ukrainian journalist and blogger Anatoly Shary reports on shootings and fears that the media lockout serves to cover up war crimes.

Earlier, Shariy reported that the Ukrainian army began repression against residents of the region immediately after its invasion. According to his information, 20 people suspected of “collaborating” with Russia were shot dead in the settlement of Snigirevka. On Friday morning he wrote:

“In Snigirevka, which had been quietly defended recently and had in fact quietly surrendered, 20 Russian collaborators were killed, according to the Russian military.

I’m skeptical about the number. I think there are a lot more.”

“Everyone who worked with the Russians and couldn’t leave Kherson, and that’s thousands, if not tens of thousands, is finished.

Restaurant Corporations Try to Overturn California Labor Rights Law AB 257

An exploration of the methods and tactics being employed by Fast Food Restaurant Corporations in their attempt to overturn California Law AB 257 known as the Fast Recovery Act which would protect workers and potentially raise their minimum wage.

Restaurant Corporations Try to Overturn California Labor Rights Law AB 257 via Anarchistara

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Restaurant groups push to repeal California’s fast food council law

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Russia’s Kherson withdrawal is tactical

General Mark Milley, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States assessed that it would take several weeks for Moscow to complete the evacuation of some 30,000 Russian troops deployed in Kherson city in southern Ukraine. But Russians have announced that the evacuation was successfully completed in 2 days — both soldiers and over 5000 pieces of heavy equipment.

Russia’s Kherson withdrawal is tactical