Francis Ngannou wants Jon Jones next but won’t hold up heavyweight division waiting for him, open to Derrick Lewis rematch

Francis Ngannou understands the frustration of not being able to fight consistently. Prior to becoming heavyweight champion this past weekend at UFC 260, the 34-year-old knockout artist wanted to keep a much busier schedule as he got closer and closer to title contention. Unfortunately, with Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier tied up in a trilogy,…

Freezer giant Nomad on hot streak with new category buyout: ‘There is no reason for us to stop M&A’

Nomad Foods has entered into an agreement to acquire the frozen food business of Croatia’s Fortenova Group for approximately €615m.The company plans to finance the transaction through cash and borrowings, with the deal expected to close in the third quarter of 2021.Strategically, the buyout – which marks Nomad’s second in six months – is significant…

‘Processed’ food is not inherently unhealthy: ‘These concepts need to be dissociated’

Classification systems that categorise foods according to their ‘level of processing’ have been used to predict diet quality and health outcomes, shape dietary guidelines and inform product development. However, fresh research highlights a lack of consensus over how ‘processed food’ is defined.“Currently terms surrounding processed foods are not consistently defined and can mean different things…

THA secures US$15m loan for critical coastal projects

Tobago Kinnesha George 7 Hrs AgoSecretary of Infrastructure, Quarries and Environment Kwesi Des Vignes at a news conference on Monday in Scarborough. – DAVID REID The Tobago House of Assembly has secured a loan of US$15 million, through the Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment’s coastal zone management unit, for three critical coastal projects…