More evidence shows the right foods can extend longevity: A new study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition finds that eating five servings a day of fruits and vegetables increases lifespan by nearly three years.
It’s time to start thinking about what lifestyle changes you can make to improve your immunity in the coming year. Chief allies in the battle lines against infection: fitness and fruit.
Use a spray bottle filled with three parts water and one part distilled vinegar to banish bacteria from smooth-skinned produce like apples.
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, California - May 21, 2002
Dole Food Company, Inc. (NYSE: DOL) Tuesday announced the appointment of John T. Schouten to President, Dole Fresh Flowers. In his new position, Mr. Schouten will report directly to Lawrence A. Kern, Dole Food Company President and Chief Operating Officer.
Mr. Schouten joined Dole in 1985. Prior to this promotion, he served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of all commodity operations for Dole Worldwide Vegetables. He earned his BA degree from the University of Oregon.
Lawrence A. Kern stated: "John's background in the commodity business has afforded him a wealth of experience that can be applied to the company's fresh-cut flower operations."
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