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Sun, February 25, 2024 | 18:22
Harim to import hatchery eggs to increase chicken supply
Harim, the country's largest poultry firm, plans to import hatchery eggs from the United States and Europe to expand its poultry supply in response to a government request, the company said Tuesday. It will import a total of 2.4 million eggs from August to October. It takes at least 55 days to raise a chicken to full size, the company said.
HiteJinro, OB wage price war for market dominance
Oriental Brewery (OB) and Hitejinro are engaged in a price war amid the summer heat wave, according to company officials, Sunday. OB started the competition by offering discounts over 40 percent to buyers of cases of 24 350-milliliter beer cans - selling them for 19,900 won ($15.63) in large grocery stores starting from July 5.
Korean food gains popularity among young Japanese
Tomoaki Jitsukawa, 28, living in Osaka has recently fallen in love with Korean-style fried chicken at local restaurant franchise Crispy Chicken n' Tomato.
LG unveils multimodal AI EXAONE 2.0
LG Group has introduced EXAONE 2.0, its super-large multimodal artificial intelligence (AI) that can be used to help develop new materials and medicines, company officials said Wednesday.
BBQ, bhc, Kyochon face antitrust probes over excessive franchise fees
BBQ, bhc, Kyochon and other fried chicken franchise operators are facing antitrust probes to determine if they are engaged in any unfair practices to collect higher fees from their franchisees, leading to steep price hikes, according to the Fair Trade Commission (FTC), Tuesday.
Ukraine says fighting in east has intensified
Fighting in eastern Ukraine has "somewhat intensified" as Ukrainian and Russian forces clash in at least three areas on the eastern front, a senior Ukrainian defense official said on Sunday. Kyiv launched a long-awaited counteroffensive to retake Russian-occupied territory last month and has made incremental gains in parts of the east and south. Deputy Defence Minister Hanna ...
Food firms' concerns deepen over aspartame controversy
Amid the recent aspartame controversy, food firms are growing concerned over whether to continue using the possibly carcinogenic artificial sweetener as consumers may be uncomfortable ingesting even a small amount, industry officials said Sunday.
Rainy season wreaks havoc on food service industry
Local restaurants are growing increasingly concerned as the entire country experiences the influence of summer monsoon rains, leading to a decline in the number of customers at restaurants and online food delivery orders. Restaurant sales are affected particularly by the intensity of rainfall, declining sharply during downpours. But in case of light rain, food delivery orders...
2023 Genesis Scottish Open begins
One of Europe's most prestigious golf tournaments, the Genesis Scottish Open 2023, sponsored by Hyundai Motor, kicked off at the Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland on Thursday.
Hanssem to appoint new CEO to overcome crisis
Hanssem, the country's largest furniture and home furnishing company, appointed Eugene Kim as the new CEO to improve profitability and foster a rebound, an industry official said, Wednesday.
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