Ingredients supplier Bakels is to launch a consumer campaign for multiseed bread in January. The theme is ’Multiseed bread tastes great and it’s great for helping to control your weight’, and the campaign will be supported by posters, shelf talkers and stickers. Consumers will also be directed to a special website www.lowgibread.org.uk, which is sponsored by Bakels, and contains information about low-GI diets. “Our annual consumer campaigns are very popular with bakers who see them as a great way of driving sales,” commented general manager Ade Abass. To take part in the campaign, bakers should either place an order for Bakels Multiseed through their representative or nominated wholesaler and then contact the company on 01869 356400 or email [email protected] for their kit.www.britishbakels.co.uk
Recruitment specialist ersg has won a tender to be the sole supplier of fabrication management personnel to two undisclosed offshore wind farms in Asia.Additionally, ersg has also agreed terms with a company building floating wind foundations to supply contractors for the entire project lifecycle, project planners and WTG package managers have already been deployed.The contracts come shortly after the company established its presence in Asia Pacific by opening an office in Taiwan.“Ersg has a strong reputation for delivering highly skilled contractors in offshore wind for a number of years and our presence in the APAC region has enabled us to assist with the industry growth supplying both local and ex-pat candidates to our clients there,” ersg’s CEO Jim Ryan said.”We are in a strong position going forward in to 2020 when many of our exisiting and new clients will look to us for support and guidance.”
ELLSWORTH — Eleven Hancock County athletes were recognized as members of the Penobscot Valley Conference All-Conference outdoor track first teams.The following were selected as the top PVC athletes:Small school boys’ first team: John Hassett of GSA (800-meter run and 1,600-meter run); and Johann Bradley of Bucksport (pole vault).Small school girls’ first team: Mavis Taungatu’a of Bucksport (shot put) and Morgan Dauk of GSA (javelin).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textLarge school boys’ first team: Ryan Bender of MDI (200-meter dash and 400-meter dash); MDI’s Ryan Bender, Griffin Maristany, Billy Kerley and Josh Bloom (4×400-meter relay); and Evan Jeannotte of MDI (javelin).Large school girls’ first team: Kiona Osterlin of Ellsworth (1,600-meter run); and Ashley Anderson of MDI (200-meter dash).The following Hancock County athletes made All-Conference second teams:Small school boys’ second team: Brendan Penfold of Deer Isle-Stonington (3,200-meter run); Alex Taylor-Lash of GSA (110-meter hurdles); GSA’s Eason Ye, Cameron Gordon, Walker Ellsworth and Steven Wang (4×100-meter relay); GSA’s John Hassett, Walker Ellsworth, Cameron Gordon and Ollie Dillon (4×400-meter relay); and Alexey Prokopov of GSA (shot put).Small school girls’ second team: Hanna Jordan of GSA (400-meter dash); Mary Richardson of GSA (3,200-meter run); Eliza Broughton and Bella Cimeno of GSA (300-meter hurdles); GSA’s Mazie Smallidge, Bella Cimeno, Zeya Lorio and Morgan Dauk (4×400-meter relay); GSA’s Zeya Lorio, Mary Richardson, Hanna Gutow and Eliza Broughton (4×800-meter relay); and Mavis Taungatu’a of Bucksport (javelin).Large school boys’ second team: Ryan Bender of MDI (100-meter dash); Mark Berry of Ellsworth (1,600-meter race walk); Josh Bloom of MDI (300-meter hurdles); Ellsworth’s John McKechnie, Matt Frost, Mark Berry and Camden Holmes and MDI’s Josh Bloom, Thorin Smith, Sean Murray and Billy Kerley (4×800-meter relay); and Croix Albee of MDI (shot put, discus and javelin).Large school girls’ second team: Ashley Anderson of MDI (100-meter dash); MDI’s Ashley Anderson, Lily Turner, Adriana Novella and Paige Mason (4×100-meter relay); and MDI’s Adrianna Novella, Sydney Kachmar, Grace Rodick and Ashley Anderson (4×400-meter relay).