[GO Manager] Découvrez le profil de Maud, Food & Beverage Manager au Club Med

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Live the Club Med experience with Maud, F&B Manager Hello Alexis. Hello Maud. What’s your job as a manager? The goal of a manager is to make sure that the Food and Beverage service provided in the entire hotel, wherever that might be, is on point and respects the procedures and standards so the the […]

Portland Plant – Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative

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As Oregonians, we’re just blessed with this overwhelming abundance of natural beauty around us. This is a state we’re proud of. With more and more people moving to Oregon, processing 1.2 billion containers a year isn’t easy. You’ve got to keep up. At OBRC, we have operations throughout the state. We have our headquarters in […]

How Dangerous is it to SMOKE Your Alcohol?

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there’s a new way to do your drinking ’cause if you’re putting in a cop and pouring it down your throat you were old-school they are inhaling it and they are smokin it now the newest thing and is putting your alcoholic choice you poured into a bottle you court the bottle and then a […]

5 DIY Miniature Soda Craft Projects! SECRET Hiding Place, Room Decor, Gifts & More DIYs – Easy Ideas

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hello and welcome back to my Channel today I’m going to show you how to make 5 DIY miniature soda craft projects if you enjoy this video please click that like button leave me a comment and let me know what your favorite drink is and it doesn’t have to be soda and if you’re […]

Beverage tax in Berkeley, California: A study of the first year’s results (extended edit)

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In November 2014, the city of Berkeley, California passed a penny-per-ounce excise tax on sugar sweetened beverages—the first tax of its size and type in the United States. The tax was intended to raise revenue for programs that improve children’s health, and to improve all Berkeley residents’ nutrition by encouraging people to buy fewer taxed, […]

Palestinians: How common are alcohol and drugs in Palestine?

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Ward Ramallah It’s a very high percentage but it’s hidden Like 79-80% This is without exaggeration This is less because I don’t see it much but when it comes to alcohol I see a lot of it Is drinking alcohol common in Palestinian society? Aya Jenin No, it is not something common at all Any […]

🔵 Pasta In A Sausage White Wine Sauce

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welcome friends today in the studio I’m gonna make a pretty simple lunchtime pasta dish that I really enjoy and that is orecchietti pretty sure I’m saying that wrong but sort of little ear pasta with a sausage white wine sauce and it comes together really quickly pretty much in the time that it takes […]

What Alcohol Does to Your Body

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We explain what alcohol does to your body. This is Michael. He enjoys going out and drinking at the weekend sometimes a bit more than he should! He’s worried that it might be affecting his health – what exactly is alcohol doing to him? Michael knows that alcohol is used to describe beverages containing ethanol. […]

How wine waste powers Scania ethanol buses in France

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This is the French island of Île de Ré. It’s nice, right? Well, thanks to a bridge built in 1988, the island is getting more visitors than ever. You see, they’ve got really good oysters. Unfortunately, many of these people come by car, leading to traffic congestion and pollution in an otherwise pristine environment. In […]

Is it Good to Drink Beer After Working Out?

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SciShow is supported by Blue Apron and right now, Blue Apron is offering $50 off two weeks of meals to the first 50 SciShow viewers to sign up. Get fresh ingredients and creative recipes delivered right to your door by clicking on the link in the description! [ ♪ Intro ] It’s not uncommon to […]