St. Vincent Evansville Birth Announcements for June

first_img Jenna and Justin Deer, Poseyville, IN, daughter, Hallie Marie, June 14Katie Sisk, Evansville, daughter, Madalynn Anne-Marie, June 14Heaven Hilderbrandt and Hunter Hamilton, Evansville, son, Wyatt Wayne, June 15Shanna and Jonathan Kelly, Evansville, daughter, Cassandra Jean, June 15Christy Majors and Richard Lively, Evansville, daughter, Rosaline Quinn, June 16Kim and Josh Jackson, Evansville, son, Evan Thomas, June 17Veronica and Nicholas Trabant, Bicknell, IN, son, Logan Joseph, June 17PJ Mackey and Robert McKim, St Croix, IN, son, Rowen Eugene, June 17Taryn Young and Jordan Hunter, Princeton, IN, daughter, Aaliyah Denise, June 18Sara and Nathan Wood, Evansville, son, Camdyn Kye, June 19Emily and Jacob Voyles, Carmi, IL, son, Landon Ren, June 19Taylor Tutt and Kevin Zirkelbach, Evansville, son, Walker David, June 19Ashley and Travis Thompson, Grayville, IL, son, Miles Wayne, June 20Charlotte Weiss and Eugene Agent, Wadesville, IN, son, Sebastian Edgar, June 20FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Bread avoids size deregulation

first_imgThe European Parliament last week voted to allow bread to be exempt from legislation which will deregulate pack sizes for pre-packed products across Europe.At present, under UK law, bread over 300g must weigh 400g or a multiple of 400g – for example 1,200g. The EU Nominal Quantities Directive had originally stated that all products would be deregulated.But on May 10, the European Parliament said that existing sizes for pre-packed products (such as pre-packed bread) “will not be affected by this directive and can continue to be used”.The legislation now passes to the European Council to approve it as amended, a “horsetrading” process which may take three to four months, Federation of Bakers director Gordon Polson told British Baker.The Nominal Quantities Directive only covers packaged goods, so bread sold loose is exempt. Whatever is decided, it will continue to be sold in regulated sizes, unless the Department of Trade and Industry reviews the situation.last_img read more