Facebook TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Student finds joy in volunteering for ‘miracle’ baseball league Twitter Harwood poses for a picture with her gear (courtesy of Kelcee Harwood). Previous articleCould TCU’s star defensive end be playing on Sundays next season?Next articleNo.4 TCU makes prime time showing Saturday night Madison Goforth RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Facebook Madison Goforth is a Senior journalism major from Tyler, Texas. Madison Goforthhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/madison-goforth/ World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Army ROTC spends weekend practicing tactical missions ReddIt Three-star D-End Izaih Filikitonga signs with TCU football for fall season + posts Madison Goforthhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/madison-goforth/ ReddIt The Leap: unique restaurants that take Frog Bucks Madison Goforth printSome hobbies fade after a week, some after a year.But for one student it hasn’t faded yet.Kelcee Harwood, a senior sports broadcasting major with a studio art minor and emphasis in photography said she got her first camera in high school taking a trip to New York.“My first photo drew me in,” she said. “The black and white contrast with the eclectic restaurant in the background was so beautiful to me.”During her sophomore year Harwood began to get involved with different organizations on campus as their photographer. She is now the chief photographer for theEnd as well as a photography intern for TCU Athletics.“I started just going to the baseball games by myself and shooting the team from the stands,” she said. “I started posting my work online and the players started asking me for the photos. From there it just kind of took off.”Harwood started to gain confidence in her photos and started a professional website, Instagram and even has her own watermark.In December of 2016 she took a chance on a twitter Q & A from one of her favorite artist, Josh Abbott.“I asked if I could shoot a show, not expecting anything back,” she said. “Next thing I knew I had a direct message from Josh Abbott with a phone number of who to call for his next show.”Harwood has photographed Abbott and other country artist at Watershed, Wash., Jab Fest in West Texas, and many rising stars in Nashville, Tenn.“The hardest part for a beginner is getting your foot in the door,” she said. “Most everything in the beginning is on your own dime.”Harwood said she thinks she has gotten over the beginning slump. This summer she got a job with the Dallas Mavericks.The best part of her summer was shooting Dirk Nowitzki’s 2017 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game, she said.“It was incredible to have all access on the field with all these star studded athletes,” she said. “Dez Bryant and Ezekiel Elliott were in my dugout along with other professional athletes from all different sports.”Harwood wants to move to Nashville and pursue concert photography after graduation.“What I love about photography is capturing a moment that will probably never happen again,” she said.For more information on Harwood Photography, visit her website here. Linkedin Madison Goforthhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/madison-goforth/ Madison Goforthhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/madison-goforth/ Linkedin Welcome TCU Class of 2025
Facebook Mariana Rivashttps://www.tcu360.com/author/mariana-rivas/ Twitter Linkedin Horoscope: November 15, 2019 TCU political science professor Joanne Green attributed the increase of female candidates to a “perfect storm” of societal frustration.A combination of the #MeTooMovement, gun violence and Donald Trump’s campaign motivated women to run, Green said.The Trump campaign shifted women’s attitudes about what it meant to be president, said Anne Moses, founder of the political organization IGNITE.“Historically one of the reasons women have not run is that they feel under-qualified to run and simultaneously overvalue the qualifications for elective office,” Moses said. “Having a president that so clearly did not hold traditional qualifications lowered that bar.”Another reason that women didn’t run as much in the past was because of difficulty gaining financial support in campaigns.“Women are socialized to be altruistic, not self-interested, so asking for money for themselves is harder than asking for money for like a philanthropy,” Green said.Underrepresentation in government is clear in the representatives of 2018, according to the Center for American Women in Politics. The majority of Americans wanted a change, according to a Pew Research Center study. Fifty-nine percent of Americans want to see more women in government and top corporate positions. Democrats are beating Republicans to the punch, however.They have a longer history of supporting and providing resources to female politicians, Green said. And “women are more liberal than their male counterparts on social issues,” regardless of other demographic factors that influence party distinctions.That showed in the midterms this year, with fifty-nine percent of women voting for the Democratic candidate in Congressional elections. Women are “vulnerable in many ways,” Green said. They are less likely to be paid well and more likely to be victims of a crime, she said.“The Democratic Party is more supportive of egalitarian policies, which advance equal opportunities in employment, education” and reproductive rights, Green said.Moses said she believes unequal female representation in different parties is problematic.“If we want to get to political parity we need women on both sides of the aisle in equal numbers,” Moses said.But there are still some barriers to achieve political parity.Rebecca Montgomery, the head of advocacy at the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, is no stranger to navigating biases in the political sphere.“Women must work harder to be included, to be invited to the table,” Montgomery said.But she said she believes the midterms are just the beginning of progress.“We should encourage one another to become more engaged in our political environment, educate ourselves on the issues, ask questions for understanding and clarity, and have respectful political discourse,” Montgomery said. Twitter ReddIt World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Mariana Rivas is a junior journalism major at TCU. A native of Caracas, Venezuela, she grew up in Houston, Texas. You can usually find her drinking coffee, hanging out with friends or writing about anything she is passionate about! Facebook Mariana Rivashttps://www.tcu360.com/author/mariana-rivas/ Linkedin Horoscope: November 14, 2019 + posts Venezuelan migrant families manage struggles for citizenship in Colombia Mariana Rivashttps://www.tcu360.com/author/mariana-rivas/ Horoscope: November 13, 2019 ReddIt Previous articleProposed Title IX changes open for public commentNext articleSenior Choreography Concert showcases diverse talent Mariana Rivas RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Mariana Rivashttps://www.tcu360.com/author/mariana-rivas/ Mariana Rivas Media Credit: Mandel Ngan AFP Getty Images printCongress will get a new look on January 3.With more female candidates to choose from than ever before, Americans voted for a record high number of women to serve in the 116th United States Congress. Newly elected women also shattered diversity records.Candidates Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib became the first Muslim women elected to Congress. Deb Holland and Sharice Davids became the first Native American women elected to Congress. And Maine, South Dakota, and Iowa elected their first female governors. TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Welcome TCU Class of 2025
Facebook TechTarget Named to Forbes’ 2021 List of America’s Best Small-Cap Companies Twitter Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – January 28, 2021 Local NewsBusiness TAGS Previous articleHarpak-ULMA Machines Top 1B+ in Refrigerated Snack Tray Packages AnnuallyNext articleWinter Sports Equipment Market to Accelerate at a CAGR of Over 5% During 2021-2025|Technavio Digital AIM Web Support NEWTON, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 28, 2021– TechTarget, Inc. (Nasdaq: TTGT), the global leader in B2B technology purchase intent data and services, today announced it has been named to the Forbes 2021 list of America’s Best Small-Cap Companies. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210128006024/en/ (Graphic: Business Wire) Forbes evaluated companies with a market value between $300 million and $2 billion, with positive sales growth over a 12-month period and a share price of at least $5. Forbes ranked the top 100 companies based on earnings and sales growth for the latest 12 months and over five years, one- and five-year returns on equity, and 52-week total return, with greater weight given to the latest 12-month and one-year data. TechTarget was named to Forbes’ top 100 list due to its strength in all categories evaluated:126% YoY total return through 2020 – Outperforming the S&P 500 Media and Russell 2000 indices by 688% and 530% respectively.11% YoY and 40% 5-year revenue growth for the period ended September 30, 2020.≈10% YoY growth in Return on Equity.169% 5-year growth in Return on Equity. “We’re very pleased to be recognized as one of the best small-cap companies in America,” said Michael Cotoia, chief executive officer of TechTarget. “This honor is certainly a testament to the long-term strength of our business model, our industry-leading portfolio of intent data-driven products & services and our continuous focus on driving meaningful results for our customers. But most importantly, it represents the great people at TechTarget and their drive, creativity and passion – they are the engine that truly drives our success. 2020 was a good year at TechTarget and we’re super excited about what we’ll deliver for our customers in 2021.” Achieving this Forbes ranking caps a year of significant growth and success in which TechTarget:Acquired three leading companies in their respective spaces: Data Science Central, BrightTALK and Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), thereby expanding its opt-in audiences, services and significantly bolstering already-leading purchase intent data.Delivered a major update to Priority Engine TM, the Company’s SaaS-based purchase intent insight platform, launching rich Prospect-Level Intent TM to dramatically accelerate technology marketing and sales engagements.Won almost 30 editorial awards from the Association of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) recognizing the quality of TechTarget’s highly targeted, decision-support content for enterprise technology buyers.Was recognized as a leader in multiple G2 Grid® Reports on Buyer Intent Data, Marketing Intelligence and Sales Intelligence. To learn more about TechTarget, please visit https://www.techtarget.com. About TechTarget TechTarget (Nasdaq: TTGT) is the global leader in purchase intent-driven marketing and sales services that deliver business impact for enterprise technology companies. By creating abundant, high-quality editorial content across more than 140 highly targeted technology-specific websites, TechTarget attracts and nurtures communities of technology buyers researching their companies’ information technology needs. By understanding these buyers’ content consumption behaviors, TechTarget creates the purchase intent insights that fuel efficient and effective marketing and sales activities for clients around the world. Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) is a division of TechTarget and BrightTALK Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of TechTarget. TechTarget has offices in Boston, Denver, London, Manchester (UK), Munich, New York, Paris, Phoenix, San Francisco, Singapore and Sydney. For more information, visit techtarget.com and follow us on Twitter @TechTarget. (C) 2021 TechTarget, Inc. All rights reserved. TechTarget and the TechTarget logo are registered trademarks and Priority Engine, Prospect-Level Intent, BrightTALK and Enterprise Strategy Group are trademarks of TechTarget. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210128006024/en/ CONTACT: Media Inquiries Garrett Mann Director of Corporate Communications TechTarget, Inc. 617-431-9371 [email protected] KEYWORD: MASSACHUSETTS UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: MARKETING ADVERTISING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE INTERNET PUBLISHING SOURCE: TechTarget, Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 01/28/2021 03:00 PM/DISC: 01/28/2021 03:00 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210128006024/en WhatsApp Twitter
Eaton Vehicle Group startet Konstruktion, Entwicklung und Fertigung von E-Drive-Getrieben für Elektrofahrzeuge
Local NewsBusiness Previous articleTeledyne Expands its Virtual Trade Show, Allowing Visitors to Explore and Connect Products to Markets to Applications with PrecisionNext articleLa sociedad entre SadaPay y IDEMIA revolucionará y ampliará los servicios de pago digital en Pakistán Digital AIM Web Support Eaton’s Vehicle Group can partner with customers on joint-development programs or serve as a single service provider of EV reduction gearing components or systems. By Digital AIM Web Support – February 18, 2021 Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Twitter TAGS WhatsApp Twitter Eaton Vehicle Group startet Konstruktion, Entwicklung und Fertigung von E-Drive-Getrieben für Elektrofahrzeuge Pinterest
jetcityimage/iStock(SAN DIEGO) — At least one person was killed and two others were injured in a shooting at a Church’s Chicken in San Diego on Wednesday night.The incident began when a customer got into an argument with employees at the fast-food chain’s location in San Diego’s Otay Mesa West neighborhood. The customer then took out a handgun and opened fire inside the restaurant, killing an employee and wounding two others, according to the San Diego Police Department.The suspect fled the scene in a light blue sedan and is still at large, police said.Authorities have released an image of his vehicle.Update #1 on shootingSuspect is described as a Black male, 30’s, 6-1, thin build, wearing a light blue sweatshirt & blue “Chargers” beanie. Here is a picture of his car taken from surveillance footage. Call CrimeStoppers at 888-580-8477. pic.twitter.com/5B0oTOdbiL— San Diego Police Department (@SanDiegoPD) November 7, 2019The suspect is described as a tall black man in his 30s who was last seen wearing a light blue sweatshirt and a blue Chargers beanie, police said.Anyone with information on the suspect or his whereabouts is urged to call CrimeStoppers at 888-580-8477. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Courtesy Frank Wimberly(NEW ORLEANS) — Quinnyon Wimberly and his fiancee Bianca Boone were on the phone, planning a birthday party for Wimberly’s father, when Boone heard a “loud boom.”“What was that?” she remembers him saying.Boone, 42, didn’t think much of it initially. Wimberly was, after all, working on the construction site at the Hard Rock Hotel in downtown New Orleans.But when she continued to call for him to no avail, she began to worry. And, finally, when she heard news that the building collapsed and she needed to get over there as soon as possible, her worst fears came true.“At that point, I knew in my heart he was gone,” Boone told ABC News on Thursday.Wimberly was one of three construction workers who died in the collapse of the under-construction Hard Rock Hotel on Oct. 12 in downtown New Orleans. His body, along with the body of 63-year-old Jose Ponce Arreola, remain inside the building. Another victim, Anthony Magrette, was removed from the building.Crews have been unable to reach Wimberly or Arreola, as the site continues to be too dangerous to enter, officials have said.Wimberly’s family had held out hope that authorities would be able to recover the bodies before demolishing the building.Last week, they were told otherwise.“[Mayor LaToya Cantrell] said they would have to demolish the building with him in it,” Frank Wimberly, Quinnyon Wimberly’s older and only brother, told ABC News on Thursday.The news, he said, felt like they learned of his death all over again.“I don’t think words can describe the way my family and I feel. It’s one thing to lose him in such a freak accident … but then, you pile on top of that, we don’t get a chance to say a proper goodbye,” Wimberly, 46, said.“We was just hoping that they would recover his body,” Wimberly added. “We’re losing hope every day.”Boone echoed Wimberly’s heartache, saying that just about a week before the collapse they were celebrating what was one of the happiest days of their lives. Quinnyon Wimberly, who she had been dating for about a year, proposed on Oct. 4, she said.“I didn’t even have time to enjoy the happiness of being his other half because I was robbed,” Boone told ABC. “I was robbed of my happiness.”Mayor Cantrell’s office said in a statement to ABC News that her “focus and priority remains recovery of the remains, and securing closure for the victim’s families — with whom she has been in close contact. Our public safety team continues working with engineers to evaluate the next steps on the site.”The office did not say when the demolition is expected to occur but the mayor has said that a recovery process would still occur after the demolition: “I have a commitment from the ownership that they will … go above and beyond to deliver for our people. That’s what I’m expecting and absolutely requiring.”There is still no official word as to what caused the hotel to come crashing down.Wimberly was a supervisor for the construction project, in addition to working at Regional Mechanical Services, an air conditioning contractor in Louisiana. He was also the father of two sons, Treionn Wimberly, 6, and Quinyonn Wimberly II, 14.In a statement on Facebook, the company said “his passion, reliability, and energetic nature were known and enjoyed by everyone he met.”Irene Wimberly, his mother, told ABC that her son had always been a hard worker. He wasn’t supposed to be at the site that day, she said, but went to make sure everything was ready for an upcoming inspection.“I really wish that he hadn’t went in because he’d have been here now,” his mom said.The Wimberlys and Boone said the support they have received from his co-workers has helped the family keep his memory alive.One story, in particular, has stuck with Frank Wimberly.He had been sitting in a bar, trying to clear his head amid the aftermath, when live coverage came on a TV of the controlled demolition of two damaged cranes that stood at the site.“There was another guy who stood up next to me, and he said, ‘Man, I was working in that building,’” Wimberly said.The two got to talking and Wimberly discovered the man not only knew his brother, but credited him with his life.The man told Wimberly that he had tickets for the LSU Tigers vs. Florida Gators football game on Oct. 12, but the higher-ups wouldn’t let him take the day off.Wimberly remembers the man said to him that when his brother found out he had tickets, he told him “to go ahead and he would handle everything.”“He said, ‘your brother saved my life. If it wasn’t for him, I would have been in that building,’” Wimberly told ABC.It is stories like those that give the family solace.But, the seemingly endless setbacks they’ve endured remain devastating.“I don’t know how it feels to lose a child. I don’t know how it feels to lose a spouse,” Wimberly said. “I know how it feels to lose my brother, my only brother, my only sibling. To hear my mom say ‘now you’re my only child,’ that hurts.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
A unifying lithostratigraphy of late Cretaceous–early Tertiary fore-arc volcanic sequences on Alexander Island, Antarctica
Late Cretaceous–early Tertiary subduction-related fore-arc volcanic rocks are exposed in a north–south linear belt along the length of Alexander Island. The age and tectonic setting of these rocks is well understood; they are not considered to represent “normal” arc magmas but were generated in the fore-arc as a result of ridge subduction. Due to their distinct composition and mode of formation, they are no longer considered to be genetically related to the Antarctic Peninsula magmatic arc. They are therefore removed from the Antarctic Peninsula Volcanic Group and placed in a newly defined Alexander Island Volcanic Group. The group is made up of the Monteverdi, Staccato, Walton, Colbert, Elgar and Finlandia formations, which vary widely in lithology, facies and age. The Colbert and Elgar formations are subdivided into nine and three members respectively. Type localities, representative lithologies and age of each of the formations are discussed. The Staccato and Colbert Magmatic complexes are defined to include volcanic and plutonic rocks that are considered to be coeval. The Rouen Intrusive complex combines the plutonic rocks from the Rouen Mountains and Rothschild Island on the basis of age and chemistry.
Ecosystem‐based management of fisheries aims to allow sustainable use of fished stocks while keeping impacts upon ecosystems within safe ecological limits. Both the FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries and the Aichi Biodiversity Targets promote these aims. We evaluate implementation of ecosystem‐based management in six case‐study fisheries in which potential indirect impacts upon bird or mammal predators of fished stocks are well publicized and well studied. In particular, we consider the components needed to enable management strategies to respond to information from predator monitoring. Although such information is available in all case‐studies, only one has a reference point defining safe ecological limits for predators and none has a method to adjust fishing activities in response to estimates of the state of the predator population. Reference points for predators have been developed outside the fisheries management context, but adoption by fisheries managers is hindered a lack of clarity about management objectives and uncertainty about how fishing affects predator dynamics. This also hinders the development of adjustment methods because these generally require information on the state of ecosystem variables relative to reference points. Nonetheless, most of the case‐studies include precautionary measures to limit impacts on predators. These measures are not used tactically and therefore risk excessive restrictions on sustainable use. Adoption of predator reference points to inform tactical adjustment of precautionary measures would be an appropriate next step towards ecosystem‐based management.
Merchants will showcase items from their stores at discounted prices. By Maddy VitaleBuilding on the success of Ocean City’s First Night and the First Day Shopping Extravaganza, the Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce is offering a host of activities, entertainment and discounts on merchandise at its downtown and Boardwalk shops to keep the resort friendly, fun and far from boring throughout the off-season.Mild temperatures definitely helped draw shoppers to the downtown and the Boardwalk to browse the stores in search of after-Christmas deals.“The 60-degree weather was certainly a bonus and made shopping that much more enjoyable in both the downtown and the Boardwalk,” explained Chamber Executive Director Michele Gillian. “There were a lot of people carrying bags from their favorite Ocean City stores.”Stainton’s Director of Operations Bridget Buchanan said there was a great energy in the shops throughout the holiday season and especially during the First Day Shopping Extravaganza.Stainton’s Director of Operations Bridget Buchanan looks forward to the winter shopping season.“Everyone was talking about how much fun they had at First Night and people who were going to and coming from the Polar Bear Plunge,” Buchanan said. “There was a lot of chatter from locals and non-locals alike. Whether it was their first, First Night, or their fifth. People were just enjoying the weather and shopping specials. What a great way to start the new year off.”Gillian noted that more people are participating in events hosted by the Chamber of Commerce. She said attractions, including free horse and carriage rides downtown, help spur interest in coming to Ocean City for a unique and special atmosphere. She said the horse and carriage rides, reminiscent of the old-fashioned shopping experience, offer a nice aspect to the event.But just because the holiday-themed garland, wreaths, red bows and white lights adorning the downtown will soon be gone, it doesn’t mean the atmosphere will be any less inviting or festive throughout the winter months, Gillian emphasized.She said shoppers, from visitors to residents to second homeowners, will have a host of reasons to keep coming to their favorite boutiques and businesses in Ocean City.Alayna and Nick Pagano, of Lafayette, Pa., owners of a vacation home in Ocean City, with children, Dominick, 4, and Maci, 6, make shopping downtown their holiday tradition.“Downtown stores stay open year-round and a number of Boardwalk stores are open as well,” she said. “It’s a great time to visit. Many stores have great sales throughout the winter to make room for new merchandise.”If shopping is just one thing that lures people to Ocean City in the off-season, March 30 will kick off with a Sports Memorabilia Show at the Music Pier, Moorlyn Terrace and Boardwalk. For more information call (609) 399-6111.Then on April 5, 6, and 7, it’s time for “Girls Weekend” downtown on Asbury Avenue between 6th and 14th streets. A fashion show kicks off the event on Friday evening. There will be shopping and dining specials all weekend, along with accommodation packages, wellness classes and more. More details will be announced later.Kai Tripician joined Star Wars actor Billy Dee Williams on stage for a game of rock-paper-scissors in a pretend bet for control of the Millennium Falcon spaceship during the 2017 OC Con – Comic Book & Memorabilia Show.On April 6 and 7, the OC Con – Comic Book & Memorabilia Show at the Music Pier is sure to create some excitement. For more information visit www.ocnjcon.com.Every year, the Chamber of Commerce-hosted events seem to be gaining a wider audience, Gillian pointed out.There are many reasons for this, including the array of activities, shopping discounts and events for all of the family to enjoy, she said.Another reason is the Chamber’s reach.“The Chamber does a large amount of online advertising promoting the events. We send emails to more than 75,000 people that include our second homeowners,” Gillian explained. “Our social media pages and word of mouth are a big part of it also. Of course, the weather also plays a big factor in any event.”The Chamber’s focus on growing the retail market in both the downtown and Boardwalk shops is a continual effort by the Chamber and the business community, she noted.The website www.OceanCityVacation.com provides the public with a host of information about all that the community has to offer. The Ocean City NJ Vacation app also gives residents, second homeowners and visitors new and exciting ways to shop in Ocean City, Gillian explained.“These are great assets in promoting all the Ocean City businesses,” Gillian said of the website and app. “Through our email program and our social media pages, we can get the word out on everything involving Ocean City very quickly. Our local businesses provide outstanding customer service that cannot be found online.”She summed it up, “Once we get the people here, the business owners go above and beyond to make people want to return to their stores.”Executive Director of the Chamber Michele Gillian tells the audience in an October Business Summit, that the business community should embrace the new features of the app because it will help drive business.
The latest grocery share figures have revealed a drop in growth to 2.1% for the 12 weeks ending 8 July 2012.The figures, published by Kantar Worldpanel yesterday, compared the drop in growth throughout the supermarket groceries market to a year ago, which stood at 4.2%.Edward Garner, director at Kantar Worldpanel, said: “We are seeing big cutbacks by consumers as they continue to respond to this current period of austerity. The success of the discounters, Aldi and Lidl, is a clear example of shoppers watching their purses, with both retailers continuing to surge ahead.“Once again, they both achieve all-time record shares of 2.9% and remarkable growth of 26.1% for Aldi and 11.5% for Lidl. Similarly, although Waitrose is still growing at over double the rate of the whole market, this growth has fallen back to 4.8% from 7.5% last period − suggesting there are signs that the premium sector is beginning to slow.“Another sign of austerity making an impact is the decline of the premium own-label sector. Premium own-label products have been in continuous growth since 2008, despite often being more expensive than their brand equivalent. Now, however, they are declining by 6% year-on-year, while economy own-labels, such as Tesco’s Everyday Value, are growing at 13%.”The frozen food sector is continuing to be the top-growing food sector, as the big four supermarkets – Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s – remain unchanged in market share growth.Grocery inflation was reported to be 3.8% for the 12-week period ending 8 July 2012, decreasing since the most recent peak of 6.2% in November last year, which has been attributed to lower inflation for fresh produce and falling milk prices.