“Current trading conditions are similar to those experienced at the end of Q3, while foreign exchange rates deteriorated. Nevertheless, we are firmly on track to deliver a significant increase in EBITDA for the full year,” said Feike Sijbesma, chief executive of DSM, in a statement, adding that the 2013 outlook remained unchanged. Chief Financial Officer Rolf-Dieter Schwalb told reporters the group was hedging about half its currency exposure for the main currencies. He cited the euro/dollar, Swiss franc/dollar, sterling/Swiss franc, yen/Swiss franc and yen/euro exchange rates as the main concerns for the group, as well as the Brazilian Real, given the acquisition of Tortuga in Brazil.
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Ozamiz City is Nutrition Honor Awardee
This was confirmed by Maria Bernardita T. Flores, Assistant Secretary of Health and NNC Executive Director, in her letter, dated Oct. 8, 2013, to Mayor Reynaldo O. Parojinog, Sr., of Ozamiz City inviting him to receive the award and the cash prize at PICC in Pasay City, at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Invitation to the ceremony was extended to City Nutrition Action Officer (CNAO) Lelita G.
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Nutrition & Foodservice Education Foundation Webinar to Highlight Trends in Dining and Food Preferences of Seniors
Charles, Illinois – The Nutrition & Foodservice Education Foundation (NFEF) has announced that it will host a research webinar as the first activity of its newly expanded mission aimed at encouraging innovation and leadership among nutrition and foodservice professionals. To be held December 4, 2013, the webinar will highlight recent research on the dining and food preferences of residents in senior living facilities — a topic NFEF says will increasingly impact the nutrition and foodservice profession. The aging of the Baby Boom generation is heading into a new phase that will bring significant change to the way senior living facilities approach foodservice and nutrition, said NFEF Board of Trustees Chair Vicky Kearney, CDM, CFPP. Our first webinar will provide cutting-edge insights into trends that are developing now in this important sector. The webinar will be open to the public and will begin at 2 p.m.
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