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First Birthday Parties: A Survey [INFOGRAPHIC]
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I am so grateful to everyone of my lovely readers who took the time to take part in my survey last week. There were no big surprises when I analyzed the results… which I suppose is a good thing… and sort of comforting too. There were some suggestions that added food for thought and I’m …
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My Life With Food Allergy: Parent Survey Report
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Food for Thought
Food for Thought
When I Survey . . . | ruminations, reviews, recipes and rants By Rev. Richard Floyd
Some Food For Thought Regarding Child Slave Labor Before You Head Out To Buy Your Valentine's Day Candy.... "Ivory Coast, which produces about 40% of the world’s cocoa beans, is a case in point. Cocoa accounts for a fifth of its economy. Nestlé, Hershey & Cadbury play central roles in buying & trading it, & they benefit from the exploitative labor practices in the agricultural sector. According to a 2008 government survey, 9 in 10 Ivorian children under age 10 are involved in growing cocoa".

sonaliranade Feb 1 shared via Twitter
Some interesting numbers from the Economic Survey that provide food for thought:

HapticRecruit May 30 shared via Twitter
According to a survey, three out of ten employers are now actively reopening their workplaces for employees who can't work remotely. There's some food for thought here for studios looking to reopen 👇 Check out the full survey:

porcupinedoc May 24 shared via Twitter
Some good food for thought here for those of us training ecologists: Lack of quantitative training among early-career ecologists: a survey of the problem and potential solutions

BIPCHull May 28 shared via Twitter
Enjoying the Going Out After Lockdown webinar from - their survey results on the impact of COVID on households definitely gives us food for thought for local food and retail business

FrillyBunny May 5 shared via Twitter
MMFMfffff @///@ g-good point...Food for thought for the next survey I guess 👀💦

Food for thought: " One in three Russian doctors who treat coronavirus patients have been told to change how they report cases, according to a survey cited by the Meduza news website amid questions over Russia’s low Covid-19 death toll."

Amdalleq Mar 27
As we going through extraordinary times some food for thought. Nearly 70% of Americans had less than $1,000 savings, 45% has had not even a cent. We have 172 million people in the US under lockdown. Millions losing jobs. The survey questioned 846 respondents November 25 to 26.

ruttens Jan 21
Sure fair point but note 1- chart is only one of many in the article 2- context for chart is survey (with low sample but still food for thought re: strategic-light ABM etc ) 3- emails are better performing in selected countries etc

That’s a good question. I guess I just assumed they have would take care of our privacy?!? Food for thought. Who can review this survey and make sure that people’s privacy is protected? (I used my work email so the lab req it will be secure for me)

RayGeorgesonL May 28
great webinar with on communicating / marketing projects - survey from San Francisco on the gap between shop owners’ perception of how customers got there v reality (ie more on foot & bike) was fascinating food for thought. Thanks!

em_jae_17 14 Nov 2019

SBUniv 19 Nov 2019
SBU Students: , our campus dining services provider, wants to hear from you! Please take their Food for Thought survey: . Complete this quick survey this week and you'll be entered in a prize drawing!

PewPewPew05 6 Dec 2019
So apparently I am; -76% Lib Dem -76% UKIP -76% Green -73% Conservative -69% Labour Interesting. This is from a survey on Food for thought.

Food for thought. An independent survey of each school principal should be done annually. Staff and parents will take part. This will show "how aligned the top management is with the stakeholders". Imaadudin case wd hv surfaced sooner.

Radio2000ZA May 21
Coming up on Food for Thought today, Cellphones. It seems we cannot function without phones. An online survey was done and 84% worldwide are saying they cannot go a single day without their mobile devices in their hands. How much time do you spend on your phone?

DFSDublin 20 Nov 2019
And such interesting survey findings - 87% of 5th year students and teachers want to see more women Ministers yet only 2% want to be politicians - food for thought for our Conference next week!

DfT survey data shows averagd urban dweller drives 10 miles per day versus 18 for rural. Includes school run shops etc (thogh averages hide variation and urban/rural can be misleading). Food for thought - initial impression is they are not so different (albeit by nearly 100%)...

Martha_Barcena 5 Dec 2019

dolphinpcb Feb 26
Thanks for publishing these so promptly really gives some food for thought A great analysis by your HR business partners on the staff survey Quality Health

Which of nine roles do we favour? Our survey results are in: we are Educators and Conduits. Where is our Advocacy? It's food for thought...

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