Sputnik International
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The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: Out of Maggi crisis, FMCG firm Nestle India, is looking to diversify into new segments like premium coffee business, pet care, skin health and cereals while it looks at 2017 as a "year of aggression". It is also planning consolidating its offerings and adding new categories so as continue with double digit growth. "There are so many categories in which we are not in. We don't have a premium coffee business. Expresso and dolce gusto is not here. Our pet care is not here. Cereals is not here, in healthcare we are here but its very small. Skin health we are here but its relatively very small. These are potentially the businesses," Nestle India CMD Suresh Narayan The company, as part of diversification, has launched 35 products in last six months and may remove some of those which are not performing well. "I would see consolidating of the portfolio, removing some which we believe that its not working or its too small, adding some and probably preparing ourself for the new categories," Narayan said at a roundtable discussion here.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Support for Lincoln City has gone through the roof during their sensational FA cup run - and now even a parrot is cheering the club on. Rachel Hippey says her pet has started shouting we are Imps ever since the club scored in their sensational 1-0 win against Burnley on Saturday. The 30-year-old said the parrot, called Monty, also knows all the chants, too. READ MORE: 'Over the moon' - Lincoln City fans react to the FA Cup quarter-final draw She said: Since Christmas he...
Southern Daily Echo
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IT'S Love Your Pet Day - and we want to see how you're enjoying it.
The Northern Echo
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Financial Times - Media
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Lincolnshire Echo
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Support for Lincoln City has gone through the roof during their sensational FA cup run - and now even a parrot is cheering the club on. Rachel Hippey says her pet has started shouting we are Imps ever since the club scored in their sensational 1-0 win against Burnley on Saturday. The 30-year-old said the parrot, called Monty, also knows all the chants, too. READ MORE: 'Over the moon' - Lincoln City fans react to the FA Cup quarter-final draw She said: Since Christmas he...
Bristol Post
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Dog owners who fail to carry a bag to pick up their pet's poo while out for a walk could be fined up to £75. The move is being proposed as part of a raft of new public space protection orders (PSPO's) to crack down on anti-social behaviour across North Somerset. Whereas it has always been an offence for dog owners to fail to clear up after their pets, now it could soon also be an offence not to carry a 'receptacle' - such as a bag to collect their mess. Read more: The DVLA is...
Bristol Post
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Dog owners who fail to carry a bag to pick up their pet's poo while out for a walk could be fined up to £75. The move is being proposed as part of a raft of new public space protection orders (PSPO's) to crack down on anti-social behaviour across North Somerset. Whereas it has always been an offence for dog owners to fail to clear up after their pets, now it could soon also be an offence not to carry a 'receptacle' - such as a bag to collect their mess. Read more: The DVLA is...
Daily Mail - Australia
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A Melbourne woman has been forced to bite a 'feral' dog that was attacking her smaller pooches.
Daily Mail - Australia
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A Melbourne woman has been forced to bite a 'feral' dog that was attacking her smaller pooches.
Southern Daily Echo
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A DOG owner is warning other pet owners to be vigilant after the “horrifyingexperience suffered by her dog.
Manchester Evening News - What's On
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ABC News - International
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Nottingham Evening Post
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A dog owner has been taken to court for not updating the details on his pet's microchip.Animal lover Peter Wagstaff protested about the new law, which obliges him to change the ownership data to his personal details.He had failed to update the chip with his name and address after becoming dog Ruby's new owner.Appearing at Nottingham Magistrates' Court, he said: For that to be an offence, someone has to be offended and I can't find anyone who has been offended by it. I keep asking...
Plymouth Herald
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A cat owner has put out a passionate request on Facebook for strangers to stop grooming her pet.Devon Skinner published the post on Facebook along with a photo of Oscar - a tabby cat who seems to be getting extra attention from an unknown groomer.'I'm not gonna deny that you've done an excellent job at brushing him, he's all fluffy and soft, but he is owned and has a collar with a tag on, it has his name and address,' Devon wrote.Speaking to The Herald, Devon explained Oscar has been...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Police are concerned for the safety of a woman who has been missing for several days.Anna Marie O'Brien hasn't been seen since Thursday, February 16, when she was reported missing from the Worksop area at around 7pm.She is described as being of a medium build and is around 5ft 6ins tall. Anna Marie has red shoulder length hair.Read more: Dog owner prosecuted for not updating details on pet's microchipShe was last seen wearing a dark blue jacket, jeans and grey trainers.Anyone who has seen Anna...
Nottingham Evening Post
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A dog owner has been taken to court for not updating the details on his pet's microchip.Animal lover Peter Wagstaff protested about the new law, which obliges him to change the ownership data to his personal details.He had failed to update the chip with his name and address after becoming dog Ruby's new owner.Appearing at Nottingham Magistrates' Court, he said: For that to be an offence, someone has to be offended and I can't find anyone who has been offended by it. I keep asking...
Plymouth Herald
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A cat owner has put out a passionate request on Facebook for strangers to stop grooming her pet.Devon Skinner published the post on Facebook along with a photo of Oscar - a tabby cat who seems to be getting extra attention from an unknown groomer.'I'm not gonna deny that you've done an excellent job at brushing him, he's all fluffy and soft, but he is owned and has a collar with a tag on, it has his name and address,' Devon wrote.Speaking to The Herald, Devon explained Oscar has been...
Leicester Mercury
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An animal rescue centre is calling on big-hearted pet-lovers to rehome their least-wanted cat and dogs.Leicester Animal Aid (LAA) in Huncote has one lurcher, called Jess, who has been with them for nearly two years most of her life.But Jess isn't the only pet who has been waiting a long time for a loving home.Izzy Tutcher, the fund-raising manager at the charity, said: Jess is a three-year-old lurcher and is our longest stay resident. She has been receiving love and care from the...
The Points Guy
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New York's JFK International Airport is one of the worst in the country — for humans. But for traveling pets, it's now home to one of the best airport experiences ever. Phase 1 of The ARK at JFK opened earlier this week, making it the world's first privately owned, 24-hour luxury pet terminal and quarantine center. The ARK at JFK caters to animals of all kinds — not just cats and dogs. This week's opening includes The ARK Pet Oasis, an Equine & Livestock Export Center for horses (and other large livestock cargo animals) and an Aviary In-Transit Quarantine area just for birds. The ARK Pet Oasis can best be described as an all-animal wellness center — after all, pets need a break during their travels, too. Highlights of the Pet Oasis include a splash pool; vaccine and micro-chipping services, US Customs clearance for pets arriving from international destinations and an on-site veterinarian available 24/7 for emergency care, evaluation and treatment of any acute medical conditions.
The Bolton News - North West
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WATSON a three-year-old morkie dog is our pet of the week.
Plymouth Herald
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Dog owners have been warned of the dangers of recycling bins after a beloved pet died after licking highly toxic mould from a stale loaf.Dexter the cockapoo suffered multiple organ failure after licking the bread mould from inside the bin which had been blown over. Within minutes of doing so the six year dog vomited, began fitting and was rushed to the vets by his worried owner Sarah Dent, 42. Read more: A reporter pretended to be a child online with shocking resultsNow she and her family had no...
Sky News
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" Joining us from Kirkham in Lancashire, is vet and animal parasites expert, Ian Wright - and his dog Bella. Welcome. Do you think that this is the right way forward to get people to clean up after their pet and offer best reward in return basically for being Big Brother and the snooping on your fellow citizens? Certainly what it is doing is raising publicity which is good.