According to research commissioned by global packaging specialist Huhtamaki, 63% of adults who have bought food-to-go in the last month have chosen a sandwich.Lunch is still the most popular eating occasion for food-to-go purchases, and 36% of consumers say they buy more food-to-go now than three years ago, according to the research.“Only the coolest-looking sandwiches make it to social media,” the company said in a statement, “and 41% of consumers who upload photographs of their food interact in some way with the outlets they buy from.”It added that 89% of these people post their images on Facebook, and the most popular method of serving food-to-go is in a paper sandwich box.Becci Eplett, UK marketing manager of Huhtamaki, said: “Choosing to custom-print single-use packaging with a particular message keeps a brand front-of-mind.”
PHOTO COURTESY OF COLLEGE EDITORS GUILD OF THE PHILIPPINES “Ito’y nagpapatibay na talagang gagawin ng pamahalaang ito ang lahat para ipasara ang isang network na hindi sinasang-ayunan ng Pangulo. That is very, very dangerous to press freedom,” Espina said in an interview with CNN Philippines. “The move also implies that the government doesn’t really trust Congress to do its bidding and kill the franchise renewal bills,” he added. “If they can’t stop Congress from acting on the bill, then the quo warranto petition is the way to go to at least stop it.” MANILA – The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) branded the quo warranto petition filed by the Office of the Solicitor General against ABS-CBN before the Supreme Court as a “direct attack to press freedom.” Meanwhile, members of the House of Representatives slammed Calida’s quo warranto petition against the ABS-CBN as usurpation of the functions of the Congress. Cagayan de Oro Rep. Rufus Rodriguez, also called Calida’s move “an unwarranted approach on the exclusive power of Congress to grant, cancel or renew franchises” and “a direct assault on freedom of the press,” “Ang nakataya dito ay malayang pamamahayag. Kapag pinatahimik mo ang media, mas lalong kawawa ang taumbayan dahil mas lalo silang mawawalan ng pagkukuhanan ng impormasyon,” he added. “This violates the co-equal branch, a disrespect of the executive on the legislative,” Rodriguez said./PN “The quo warranto has preempted the actions of Congress,” he added. “I hope that the Supreme Court will dismiss this case.” “Congress has not yet even decided whether to renew or cancel the franchise,” Pimentel said. “The media outlet’s alleged violations should be tackled during the hearing of its franchise renewal by Congress.” Espina said that ABS-CBN is “major source” of information that the public needs “to decide their futures” and shutting it down will shut off a huge source of ideas and information. “It’s a huge disservice to the people,” he said. “The quo warranto petition and its implications are really a direct attack on freedom of the press, freedom of expression.” Deputy House Speaker Johnny Pimentel said in a statement that Congress has the exclusive power to grant or cancel any franchise and Calida’s move is already usurping the power of Congress. NUJP chairperson Nonoy Espina said in a television interview on Monday that the petition of Solicitor General Jose Calida only proves that the administration will do whatever it takes to shut down a network that the President doesn’t agree with.
On a day that wind helped the overall scoring average go up by two shots from yesterday’s round, Brooks was the only player to go under par. She recorded five birdies, including the only birdie on the 18th hole. The final hole provided the most trouble for individuals Tuesday, causing a 5.03 scoring average on the 393-yard, par 4. Alisa Chong of Houston Baptist holds the individual lead after finishing today three-over after shooting an even par in the opening round. She is up by three strokes on Central Arkansas’ Fernanda Lira. The top three teams will tee off at 9:30 a.m. CT. Tournament Page | Live Results | Round 2 LeaderboardsMONTGOMERY, Texas – Paced by defending Southland individual champion Lexi Brooks’ one-under second round, Houston Baptist maintains the lead of the 2018 Southland Conference Women’s Golf Championship heading into tomorrow’s final round at the Woodforest Golf Club in Montgomery, Texas. HBU (597, +29) leads Central Arkansas (609, +41) by 12 strokes. Last year UCA carded a 288 total score in the final round to finish just one stroke back from the championship. The Huskies are seeking their second consecutive Southland title. They will group together with Sam Houston State (616, +48) tomorrow. The Bearkats scored a 311 total team score led by Jenna Phillips’ two-over second round. She sits in third individually. Lamar (620, +52) shot the second-best team score for Tuesday and sit in fourth. The Cardinals, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (626, +58) and McNeese (634, +66) will tee off at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday. The Cowgirls are tied for sixth with UIW but hold the advantage based off their fifth scorer today. UIW (634, +66) and Stephen F. Austin (641, +73) will get the championship round started at 8 a.m.