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Cordele watermelon packing house scores 100% on food safety audit

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Specializing in packing, repacking and distributing watermelons in the Southeastern United States, Danny’s Melon Shed is among those who uphold the highest standards of food safety in the watermelon market.
Source: Cordele Dispatch

 Firehouse Subs to open in Tifton on July 8
Source: Tifton Gazette

 Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has huge impact on area
The airport, which is run by the city of Atlanta’s Department of Aviation, was estimated in 2009 to have a $32.6 billion economic impact on the Atlanta region, said General Manager Louis Miller.
Source: Clayton News Daily

 The Varsity foodtruck draws crowds in Hampton
The Varsity is an 85-year old dining landmark in Atlanta and is the largest drive-in worldwide.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

 Baxley farmer meets with President Obama
Jason Berry was part of a diverse group of people with a common cause, i.e., support of comprehensive immigration reform which passed the U.S. Senate a few days after Berry’s June 24th White House visit.
Source: Southeast Georgia Today

Steve Crawford named publisher of The Columbia County News-Times
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Gas prices going down
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Phone hijacking scam a growing problem for businesses
The phone hijacking scam that robbed NeighborWorks Columbus of more than $100,000 appears to be pretty prevalent in the Atlanta area and has grown locally the past 18 months, said Cathy Williams, the agency’s president.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Smith-Evans Lumber files Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Rome
The company has been in business for more than 70 years.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Home Depot probed over use of pre-paid cards as paychecks
Home Depot and Wal-Mart are among companies being investigated by the New York attorney general over fees charged employees on prepaid cards used as paychecks.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Coke introduces bottle made of ice in Columbia
The special-edition bottle, which is shaped like the traditional glass Coke bottle and has the company’s iconic script lettering etched in ice, is being offered only in Columbia for now. No word if the bottles will make it to the United States.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Billionaire Barry Diller fined $480,000 related to Coca-Cola stock 
Diller bought voting shares in The Coca-Cola Co. in 2010 and 2012, violating premerger filing requirements.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Microsoft sues VertexPC of Buford over software
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Georgia Farm Bureau officials get a look at latest research in Tifton
Source: Albany Herald

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