Tips to Keep Your Farm Vegetables Fresh for Longer Before Sale

Posted on: 11 January 2018

Keeping farm-fresh vegetables unwilted from the point of harvest up to the time of sale is a common challenge for most commercial farmers. Besides the difficulty, customers almost always opt for the freshest vegetables in the market. To boost your sales and keep your customers loyal, you should ensure your vegetables stay unwilted for the longest time possible. Below are some key guides to help you keep your farm vegetables fresh from the time you harvest up to the point of sale, and probably even beyond.
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Staying Safe on Your Scenic Flight: 3 Top Tips

Posted on: 17 October 2017

Taking a scenic sightseeing trip by plane or helicopter can really make your vacation special. However, it is essential that you understand how to stay safe on your trip. Below is a safety guide which will help you to enjoy your scenic flight in complete safety. Listen to the pilot Once your plane or helicopter takes off, the pilot is in command of and responsible for the aircraft and everyone onboard.
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What to Look For in a Party Bus Hire

Posted on: 21 February 2017

A party bus hire isn't just about having fun when out on the town; it can keep you safe if you decide to have a few drinks while at the bar or club. It can also mean keeping a group together for the evening, which can also be safer than if everyone drove separately and someone were to be inadvertently left behind. A party bus can also mean that the party gets started as soon as the bus arrives!
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Organising an airport transfer with a long haul flight with a baby

Posted on: 30 October 2016

After a long flight, especially if you have a baby or other small children, it can be wonderful to speed up the trip to your accommodation by having an airport transfer driver meet you at baggage claim or outside the terminal.  Here are some things to let your driver know in advance if you have children. Let them know the age of your children It can be a good idea to let your driver know the age of each child that is traveling with your family.
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