The Bread Factory sales chief joins Carr’s Flour

first_imgFormer The Bread Factory sales manager Miguel Da Riberia has joined Carr’s Flour.Described by Carr’s as a bakery wholesale and manufacturing specialist, Riberia has eight years’ experience in the bakery industry, both in artisan and semi-automated markets.Da Riberia grew up as part of his family’s retail business, which included a from-scratch bakery. This led to his passion for flour and its ability to bring people together around the table.Starting out in the food industry as a chef provided a foundation for understanding and respecting the foodservice industry and the importance of the supply chain. Before joining Carr’s, he was sales manager at The Bread Factory and has also held roles in general foodservice.“I’m delighted to be working with such a well-respected brand like Carr’s Flour and thrilled to be part of the wider family,” he said.Da Riberia added that he was “excited to contribute” to an industry he feels very connected to.“Carr’s Flour have an exceptional reputation within the industry – they’re millers that bakers know they trust. I plan to be the conduit between customers and millers and help enhance these relationships even further.”As sales manager at Carr’s, Da Riberia will liaise with new and existing customers, look after their interests and elevate the brand in the foodservice and retail sectors.He hopes to raise awareness, improve exposure, grow the business and help transform it into the go-to flour for bakers.last_img read more

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Taking off: Flights to go on as scheduled at Greater Binghamton Airport despite COVID-19 outbreak

first_imgHeefner said even though Detroit has seen a spike in cases, the airport is not the epicenter of the outbreak, and the aviation industry has taken increased steps to sanitize and stop the spread. For example, the amount of time airplanes spend at BGM has increased, and the airport along with Delta and SkyWest are using that time to spray down the planes and ensure the health of everyone. It was announced Wednesday the airport was awarded more than $1.35M as part of the federal CARES Act, which Heefner says will be used to help keep the lights on and pay off various improvement project debts. The regional airport is only doing one flight a day to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport says Mark Heefner, the Commissioner of Aviation for the Greater Binghamton Airport. This is down from their three flights a day before COVID-19 swept across the country. TOWN OF MAINE (WBNG) — Even with concerns over Detroit becoming a coronavirus hotspot, the Greater Binghamton Airport has no plans to cancel flights. He said before the spread of the virus began, the airport was in the best position he’s seen to get either larger planes or even flights to another major hub. “We have one flight a day and I don’t see that going anywhere. If anything they’ll divert it to a different airport or a different hub,” Heefner told 12 News Wednesday. He says if worst comes to worst, the airport will find a way to ensure a flight every day.last_img read more

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Mourners Told God Won’t Forget Deeds on Earth

first_imgMourners celebrating the home-going of the late Mother Elizabeth G. Patten were told last Saturday at the First ACFI Church in New Kru Town, Monrovia that God will not forget anything they do on earth. Senior Pastor, Elder Augustus D. Kumeh, in his discourse, referenced the Biblical story of the rich man and Lazarus, and declared, “The things we do on earth will not remain here when we die, because we will see the results before God.” Making several biblical references, Pastor Kumeh told the over three hundred mourners and sympathizers to begin to practice good neighborliness by clothing and feeding those who seek them as much as they are able to do for each other.  He said there are many who refuse to empathize with their fellow believers, and others who avoid those who are sick.Pointing out that the late Mother Pattern paid her dues to the Lord and her fellow human beings, he urged the mourners not to forget that there is a penalty to all that is done on earth.  Mother Pattern was a faithful member of the church, who diligently served the church and her fellow human beings.  “When your friend is sick do you identify with him?” he asked, then added, “Whatever you do, remember the story of the rich man and Lazarus.” Pastor Kumeh explained about people who are physically and spiritually dead in the Lord Jesus Christ, and warned that this is the time to make a change and that time is while we have life and are able to do it. “There are people here who don’t associate with any church,” Pastor Kumeh observed, “and there are those believers who don’t live the life of Christ.”  He appealed to them to know and bring Jesus into their lives,  “Remember that Pay Day is coming,” the pastor reminded his audience.  “On that day, where will you be?” he asked.  Families and friends paid emotional tributes to the memory of the late Mother Patten and the service was enriched with comforting Kru and English gospel songs of praise and thanksgiving. Interment followed right after the service.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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