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  • July In Review: Top Stories of the Month

    George Hajjar

    Stories that resonated with SFA News Daily readers last month ran the gamut of topics, from social and political conflicts and resolutions to cybercrime. Following, in order of popularity are the five most read articles in July: 

    1. Canada Mandates New Nutrition Symbol

    To give Canadians clear and easy access to information on foods found in grocery stores, the government of Canada debuted a new front of label nutrition symbol that will help Canadians identify foods high in saturated fat, sugars, and/or sodium.

    2. Russia, Ukraine Sign Grain Export Agreement

    Russia and Ukraine signed an agreement on Friday, June 22 to begin shipments of grain that Russia has blockaded in the Black Sea, easing a global food crisis that has especially impacted countries in Africa and the Middle East, which rely heavily on the Ukrainian export.

    3. Walmart to Purchase 4,500 Electric Vehicles for Last-Mile Deliveries

    Walmart agreed to purchase 4,500 all-electric delivery vehicles from Canoo, beginning with its Lifestyle Delivery Vehicle, with the option to purchase up to 10,000 units.

    4. H-E-B, Butt Family Commit $10M to Build Elementary Campus in Uvalde

    H-E-B and the Butt family, which founded the chain, have announced a $10 million commitment to help build a new elementary campus in Uvalde, Texas following the Robb Elementary School tragedy.

    5. Cybercrime Wreaks Havoc on Restaurants

    Fake one-star Google restaurant reviews have terrorized dozens of locations across the U.S., ranging from humble shops to Michelin star venues. These reviews are often followed up by emails asking for payment to have the post taken down.

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