London-based Drury Tea & Coffee Company is giving its customers the option of buying its roasted coffee beans in 12kg biodegradable hessian sacks rather than 10 x 1kg foil bags in a cardboard outer. The company says the move will help the environment and reduce the cost of the product by 20%.Drury’s director Marco Olmi said: “In recent years, the industry has moved towards the use of foil bags, largely in order to extend the shelf life of coffee beans. That means 10 foil bags plus a cardboard outer.””By going back to hessian sacks, the Company saves money on packaging and other overheads, which it is able to pass on to its customers.”Customers opting for the hessian sack will get a cheaper price per kg.Its Reale espresso coffee blend, for example, has a list price of £92 both for the 12kg hessian sack and the 10kg foil bag option. The bulk sacks will only suit those businesses that use “sufficient volumes of coffee to avoid shelf life problems” and put an effective stock rotation system in place. Drury added that as it roasts its coffee to order, “it is delivered with the maximum possible shelf life”.
814 Legend Trail, Robina. 814 Legend Trail, Robina.VIEWS of the water and golf course offer a picturesque backdrop for this sprawling Robina home.The six-bedroom, five-bathroom house at 814 Legend Trail sits on a 749sq m block in the suburb’s sought-after gated community, The Glades. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago814 Legend Trail, Robina. 814 Legend Trail, Robina.Spread over two levels, the home has an open floorplan that combines indoor and outdoor living.The property has a long list of standout features including a pool, spa, outdoor entertainment area with barbecue kitchen and home cinema. The Glades offers a resident’s pool, barbecue terrace and meeting facilities. 814 Legend Trail, Robina.
LONGDALE, Okla. (May 4) – Mike Petersilie raced to the biggest win of his career at Longdale Speedway’s IMCA Night on Wednesday.As a bonus, his daughters Lexus, Hailey and Kassy stayed up late to watch the event on IMCA.TV and won a Tweet Your Seat contest T-shirt.Petersilie drew the pole for the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified main event and had to regain the front spot from Kevin Sustaire late in a contest that ran caution-free all 20 laps.The $1,000 checkers, the top win money-wise of Petersilie’s 17 seasons on the track, put him on the ballot for the 2016 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.Sustaire, Clay Sellard, 11th starting Cole Traugott and Ken Schrader rounded out the top five. William Gould started behind Petersilie and ended in sixth while Kenny Wallace was seventh.“It was a neat accomplishment on a dry slick track,” Petersilie said. “It feels good to be able to win a race like this. While it’s easier to do from the pole, you still have to stay in front of that caliber of field.”The win was the second this season for Petersilie, also first to the checkers on April 22 at Salina, and came in a new 1st Class Classis by Xtreme Motor Sports ride.“It was our second win in nine starts in that car and we’ve got some more top fives,” he noted. “The season has been pretty good for us.”Kale Westover’s IMCA SportMod victory was worth $500 and came in from of ninth starting Kip Hughes, 17th starting Jeff Autry, Michael Shenberger and 12th starting Darren Hacker.IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature winner Dale Richardson earned $400 for his efforts. Mark Smith, 11th starting Landon Maddox. Logan Macy and Hesston Shaw were next across the stripe.Both Westover and Richardson won from outside row two starting spots.Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Mike Petersilie; 2. Kevin Sustaire; 3. Clay Sellard; 4. Cole Traugott; 5. Ken Schrader; 6. William Gould; 7. Kenny Wallace; 8. Jon Herring Jr.; 9. Hunter McDonald; 10. Tanner Black; 11. Kent Bright; 12. Randy Wilson; 13. Danny Womack; 14. Jason Hilliard; 15. Danton Odell; 16. Scott Edwards; 17. Thomas Hall; 18. Edward Bayouth; 19. Jessie Hoskins; 20. Troy Gemmill.SportMods – 1. Kale Westover; 2. Kip Hughes; 3. Jeff Autry; 4. Michael Shenberger; 5. Darren Hacker; 6. Jeffrey Kaup; 7. Slade Roach; 8. Kaleb Roach; 9. Daylon Bergeron; 10. Courtney McCartney; 11. Jessie Hoskins; 12. Jimmie Wright; 13. Jay Arnold; 14. Cullen Hill; 15. Jeff McIntosh; 16. Claude Roach; 17. Kenny Wallace; 18. Bryan Root; 19. Michael Buzan; 20. Peyton McIntosh; 21. Brandon Kenny; 22. Mike Roach.Stock Cars – 1. Dale Richardson; 2. Mark Smith; 3. Landon Maddox; 4. Logan Macy; 5. Hesston Shaw; 6. Travis Baird; 7. Lance Waddell; 8. Ryan Bohnstedt; 9. Gregory Gutt; 10. Paul Taylor; 11. Kenny Sorrels.
1 Memphis Depay Memphis Depay will not temper his celebration if he scores for Manchester United against his old club PSV.Depay will return to the Philips Stadion for the first time on Tuesday since his £25million move from PSV to Old Trafford.The Dutchman spent nine years at the club, rising through the youth ranks before becoming a first-team star.The club holds a special place in the 21-year-old’s heart, but that will not stop him from celebrating with all his might if he finds the net in Eindhoven during Tuesday’s Champions League group stage encounter.“For me it’s a game, so if I score I will celebrate,” the United forward said.“I have respect for PSV but I am a Manchester United player now.”With that kind of ruthless attitude, it is easy to see why Depay was top scorer in the Eredivisie with 22 goals last season.That haul helped PSV to their first title in seven years, but this year he is yet to find the net for United in the Premier League.Louis van Gaal substituted Depay at half-time in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Liverpool.Depay earned a reputation as something of a hot head at times during his time in Holland, but he did not lash out at Van Gaal for taking him off at half-time.“I think my reaction was good,” he said.“I will improve in training, keep my head up and work on it and I think I can do better in games.”You can listen to PSV v Manchester United in the Champions League live on talkSPORT on Tuesday evening from 7.45pm BST.
Three burglary suspects were arrested Wednesday afternoon in La Center after police pursued and apprehended two on foot and found another lying on a trampoline in a resident’s backyard.Around 12:30 p.m., residents of a home on Northeast Jenny Creek Road in the La Center area saw a gray sedan pulling away from their house. The homeowners called 911 to report that their home was burglarized and a shotgun was stolen, prompting the La Center Police Department to look for the sedan, said Chief Marc Denney.Officer Jerry Lester saw the vehicle heading south near Fifth Street and pursued the suspects in his patrol car. After coming to a dead end at the vacant First Independent Bank building, the three suspects ditched the vehicle and took off on foot, heading north across East Fourth Street and the parking lot of the New Phoenix cardroom, 105 W. Fourth St.Two suspects were apprehended at gunpoint on the backside of Chips Casino, Denney said. A Washougal K-9 unit attempted to track the third suspect.Soon after, Lester found the suspect lying on a trampoline in the backyard of a residence, 219 E. Fourth St., across the street from the La Center City Hall.