There is an old Thai saying: Nai Nam Mee Pla Nai Na Mee Khao – There are fish in the waters, there is rice in the fields. Thailand has always been a land of plenty. Fertile soils and a tropical climate means that it can grow amazing produce, and livestock thrives here. It’s the world’s sixth largest rice exporter, the third largest fisheries exporter and the second largest sugar exporter. Not bad for the world’s 51st largest country by land mass.
The New Year always starts the same, with many or most of us re-evaluating what we eat and drink, how much we exercise and how healthy we want to be. That so many of our good intentions fall away by the middle of the year shows that our habits and tastes are forged over our lifetimes and that the habits of a lifetime are hard to break.
I’ve just got back from a busy couple of weeks at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the National Retail Federation’s Big Show (commonly known as NRF) in the U.S. CES is the biggest technology show in the world with over 150,000 people attending and NRF is the biggest retail tech show in the world with a crowd of around 40,000.
A #ff to our Tesco Media team in Poland @TescoMediaPL. Well worth a follow!
First English strawberries on sale this weekend http://t.co/D2fZ1xpy8B