A tamper evident folding carton having tamper indicating seals at opposite ends, each of which ends comprise four infolded flaps sealed to one another through registered slots in the intermediate flaps, which seals will be triggered by an attempted violation of carton integrity through the carton side seam.
A tamper evident folding carton having tamper indicating seals at opposite ends, at least one of which seals will be triggered by an attempted violation of carton integrity through the carton side seam.
Tyson has found it difficult to explain to some farmers why the company wants to change its practices to shift away from antibiotics, according to Alan Johnston, a manager at the Tyson facilities in Missouri. "It's like turning the Titanic on some of these things," he said. (Editing by Jo Winterbott
Date: Apr 08, 2017
Hillsborough inquests: Jury delivers decision on whether 96 victims were unlawfully killed
Top row left to rightAdam Edward Spearritt, Alan Johnston, Alan McGlone, Andrew Mark Brookes, Anthony Bland, Anthony Peter Kelly, Arthur Horrocks, Barry Glover, Barry Sidney Bennett, Brian Christopher Mathews, Carl William Rimmer, Carl Brown
The latest sinking occurred on Saturday, with reports of the incident emerging on Sunday. The Red Sea crossing between the Horn of Africa and Yemen is one of the worlds major migration routes, BBC Arab affairs editor Alan Johnston says.
BBC Rome correspondent Alan Johnston says that up until now the Pope has taken a resolutely pacifist view, but on this occasion he seemed a little less emphatic in his opposition to a more muscular approach.
Date: Aug 18, 2014
17 African Migrants Drown After Boat Capsizes Heading to Italy
Unseaworthy, overcrowded vessels are continually setting out from Libya, carrying people who hope for better lives in Europe after fleeing war and poverty in various parts of Africa and the Middle East, the BBCs Alan Johnston in Rome reports.
Date: May 13, 2014
Syria chemical weapons: Security 'slows transport'
It had been hoped that several hundred tonnes of the most dangerous raw materials would have been removed by now, says the BBC's Alan Johnston in Rome, but so far only a fraction of the stockpile has been collected.
There is however no real prospect of Mr Berlusconi being jailed, as he will exercise his right to appeal and the case will actually soon expire under a time limit, the BBC's Alan Johnston in Rome reports.