On Monday, shares of E I Du Pont De Nemours And Co (NYSE:DD), included 1.79% and shut at $70.07 inside the end purchasing and offering session. The last exchanging scope of the stock ranges amongst $69.10 and $70.15. E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company operates as a science and technology based company. The companys Agriculture segment offers corn hybrid, soybean, canola, sunflower, sorghum, inoculants, wheat, rice, seed products, herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides, in addition to offers crop protection products, such as weed control, disease control, and insect control products. Its Electronics & Communications segment provides various materials and systems, counting photopolymers and electronic materials for photovoltaic, consumer electronics, displays, and advanced printing. The companys Industrial Biosciences segment develops and manufactures a portfolio of enzymes and bio-based materials. Its Nutrition & Health segment offers cultures, probiotics, texturants, emulsifiers, natural sweeteners, and soy-based food ingredients for the food industry market. The companys Performance Materials segment offers elastomers and thermoplastic, and thermoset engineering polymers; resins and films for packaging and industrial polymer applications, sealants and adhesives, and sporting goods; and elastomers, parts, and systems and solutions for automotive and transportation, packaging for food and beverages, electrical/electronic components, material handling, healthcare, construction, semiconductor, and aerospace markets. Its Safety & Protection segment provides nonwovens, aramids, and solid surfaces for the construction, transportation, communications, industrial chemicals, oil and gas, electric utilities, automotive, manufacturing, defense, homeland security, and safety consulting industries.
Shares of Emerson Electric Co. (NYSE:EMR), added 0.57% and shut at $54.51 inside the last exchanging session. The rest of the purchasing and offering scope of the stock levels among $54.43 and $54.87. The association’s commercial center capitalization is $34.59 Billion with the general uncommon loads of 642.78 million. Whether they’re craving cilantro-speckled guacamole or tangy ceviche that still tastes of the ocean, Northgate Markets is a destination for shoppers who want a foodie experience with every trip to the market. The bountiful options offer shoppers a bigger selection of fresh, healthy food—but create a dilemma for supermarkets like Northgate itself: What to do with the food scraps?
Food scraps are a natural and unavoidable result of freshly preparing food on-site, a trend that is rising among grocery stores. For Northgate Markets, these scraps add up quickly: Just one store in the southern California chain uses six cases of avocados each day to prepare guacamole and other fresh items. That’s nearly 300 avocado pits and skins that require disposal—somewhere other than a landfill, according to California legislation that went into effect in April.