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Jarden Corp. (NYSE:JAH), the consumer goods group, has built through acquisitions into a company having $10. 1 billion worth. The company’s chairman and founder, Martin Franklin, is known as a determined dealmaker. He has interests in frozen foods and specialty chemicals, with recently emerging in the spirits market. The company is near to purchase Waddington Group Inc. , a producer of disposable plates, cups and plastic utensils, in a deal valued at $1. 35 billion, according to two people having knowledge of the matter. According to the people, the company has settled on terms with Olympus Partners, the private equity holder of Waddington, and a deal might be announced as soon as Monday. Florida-based Jarden, Boca Raton, has thrashed other bidders in the previous few days, according to the people who said not to be named as details were private. Based in Covington, Kentucky, Waddington has earnings of almost $150 million and will add almost $800 million to the 2016 revenues of Jarden, according to one of the people. According to data compiled by Bloomberg, in 2014, Jarden reported sales of $8. 29 billion, while complete financial details for Waddington are not available publicly. Jarden has approached Olympus more than three months earlier in order to buy Waddington, before the private equity holder initiated an auction. If the Waddington deal gets done, it would be the first time Jarden has purchased a company via an auction. A purchase of Waddington, which focuses on manufacturing high-end biodegradable plates and plastic cutlery, will include in Jarden’s realm of consumer goods brands. The company holds a miscellaneous portfolio including clothing, household products and sports equipment. Its brands involve Marmot, Yankee Candle, K2 skis and Ball Jars. The British-born investor Franklin recently purchased Breckenridge distillery, a Colorado bourbon manufacturer, and is projected to have further acquisitions in the whiskey and rum markets by the end of this year. Jarden Corp. (NYSE:JAH)’s stock on 10 July traded at beginning with a price of $52. 28 and when day-trade ended the stock finally advanced 1. 36% to end at $52. 31. Jarden Corp. (NYSE:JAH)’s showed weekly performance of 1. 08%. Source: www.benchmarkmonitor.com
(This post has been updated. Federal workers who pack their lunches should also remember to pack their own utensils. A Government Accountability Office decision released last week determined that federal agencies cannot supply “disposable cups, plates, and cutlery” for employee use because they are for personal benefit and not a specific government purpose. The issue was brought to light in a dispute between the Commerce Department and the National Weather Service employees. In 2009, Commerce had allowed the weather offices to supply hand sanitizer, paper goods and plasticware in response to the H1N1 flu outbreak. In 2013, Commerce determined that those offices could no longer provide “disposable plates, cups, and cutlery. The NWS employees organization objected and the subject went to arbitration. The arbitrator at the time sided with the employees that providing the disposable items could lead to a healthier, and thus more productive, workplace. But the Commerce Department appealed to the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA), and that decision is still pending. Unbeknownst to the NWS employees, Commerce asked GAO to separately look into the dispute. The GAO made a final decision on Dec. 23 that the bar was very high for allowing taxpayer dollars to be used for anything viewed as a personal expense. “Disposable cups, plates, and cutlery clearly constitute a personal expense,” the GAO concluded. “Commerce has not demonstrated that using appropriated funds to provide these items would directly advance its statutory mission and that the benefit accruing to the government through the provision of these items outweighs the personal nature of... In June 2014, when Commerce’s general counsel appealed, the NWS employee organization put out a statement shaming the agency for wasting taxpayer dollars on the dispute:. “It is hard to imagine that with current international trade violations, international piracy of American intellectual property, and commercial espionage, the General Counsel of DOC would rather spend its efforts to make sure that NWS employees... Dan Sobien, a meteorologist and president of the National Weather Service employee organization, said he didn’t know GAO was asked to look into the issue and only found out on Christmas Eve while at his mother in law’s house when he checked his... Sobien said. Source: www.washingtonpost.com
School lunch trays are getting a makeover in the name of the environment. The country’s largest school districts — including the fourth largest, Miami-Dade County — are ditching Styrofoam trays for more environmentally-friendly compostable plates. The round plates will feel less industrial, are made of pre-consumer recycled newsprint and feature a cup holder in the middle to make them easier to carry, according to the Urban School Food Alliance. The alliance, made up of the six largest school districts, combine their buying power to provide healthier food and more environmentally-sound products in schools. School cafeterias tend to use polystyrene trays because they are typically cheaper: four cents compared with about 12 cents for compostable products, according to the alliance. The new plates, which will debut this month, will be comparable in price to Styrofoam products and the move is expected to prevent 225 million trays from reaching landfills every year. "Together, we developed a quality sustainable product that will be strategically used in our cafeterias to be ecologically sound and maintain effective business practices," Penny Parham, Miami-Dade’s administrative director of Food and Nutrition... “We are proud of the opportunity we have created. In December, alliance districts announced they would serve only antibiotic-free chicken in schools. Their next goal: to rid school cafeteria of half-spoon, half-fork cutlery called “sporks,” and to replace them with compostable utensils kids will prefer to use. Follow @Cveiga on Twitter. Source: www.miamiherald.com
The company is near to purchase Waddington Group Inc., a producer of disposable plates, cups and plastic utensils, in a deal valued at $1.35 billion, according to two people having knowledge of the matter. According to the people, the company has
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This article has been updated. Six of the largest U.S. school districts have pooled their collective purchasing power to make significant changes to school lunch, and they're starting by jettisoning the polystyrene tray. The Urban School Food Alliance,
Federal workers who pack their lunches should also remember to pack their own utensils. A Government Accountability Office decision released last week determined that federal agencies cannot supply “disposable cups, plates, and cutlery” for employee
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