Finsbury Food Group plans to extend its share of the snacking cake category by extending the Toffee Crisp and Munchies confectionery brands.It has launched new Nestlé Toffee Crisp and Munchies Mini Bites in Tesco and Morrisons and plans to further extend distribution. Toffee Crisp Mini Bites are a crispy cereal product, blended with toffee caramel and coated in milk chocolate, while Munchies Mini Bites combine a biscuit and chocolate base, layered with smooth caramel and covered in milk chocolate. Both products come in boxes of 15 and contain no added colours or flavours.Brand manager John Steele said: “We have worked closely with Nestlé to develop cake versions of Toffee Crisp and Munchies confectionery, adapting the concept to create a mini bite. We believe they will be popular among consumers for office sharing, take-home indulgence and treats.”RSP: £1.99www.finsburyfoods.co.uk
As for Connor and Ryan Powers, campus life does not include as many mix-ups — they are fraternal twins. So, although they have the same majors and career aspirations, the two are not identical in appearance.The pair has never spent more than a week apart, Connor and Ryan Powers said.“We’re closer than pretty much any two people could be,” Connor Powers said.While they did not plan on attending the same college, the Powers said the right choice for both of them just happened to be Notre Dame.“Connor has always been the one that likes to match more, clothes or things we do, but as far as I’m concerned we each made our own decision,” Ryan Powers said.Both Ryan and Connor Powers participated in the Appalachia Seminar, worked at Camp Sweeney and studied abroad together in London. The two science business majors also both hope to attend medical school after a gap year working with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.“I always make my class schedule and then Connor texts me ‘okay, what are we taking this semester,’” Ryan Powers said.Although the Powers twins have the same goals for the future, Ryan and Connor said they think it’s unlikely that they will end up with the same Jesuit Volunteer Corps placement or at the same medical school.The Greens, however, are both headed to Chicago and plan on living together. They do not foresee a move apart happening for five to ten years down the line — a move that might be hard considering Connor Green’s philosophy of “you don’t leave the other one, you can’t.”The Greens said they have many memories that prove they both live by such a philosophy.“Freshman year I was super sick at the end of September … I was sitting in bed, watching TV just feeling terrible and I get a knock on my door,” Ryan Green said. “It was Connor [with an Einstein’s bagel] and he was like ‘Hey, I just wanted to drop this off. Hope you’re doing well.’ For me that was huge, having someone to support you in that way so early in school.”Tags: Class of 2019, College experience, Twins In October of their freshman year, twins Connor and Ryan Powers and Connor and Ryan Green initially met due to a set of odd coincidences. The two sets of twins shared the same first names, birth month and future commencement ceremony.Now seniors, both sets of twins are reflecting upon their unique college experience.Not only do the Green twins share identical DNA, but they also share their major, friend group and some extracurriculars too. The pair of computer engineering students did not plan on attending college together. Connor was “dead set” on Northwestern with only two weeks until decision day.“I’m not exactly sure what changed my mind,” Connor Green said. “I just sat and thought about it and ended up here.”Although they are identical twins, Ryan and Connor Green said they have never switched places in class at Notre Dame, despite doing it a couple of times as children.The Greens said they estimate now that it takes two to three weeks to be able to tell them apart. They think they look similar — like brothers would — but no longer view themselves as identical.“I never really believed we could switch places,” Connor Green said.
“I understand people feel upset or uncomfortable. There’s feelings of disrespect about the anthem protest or things that I’ve said in the past. Ultimately, I am here open and honest. I’ve admitted mistakes. I will continue to that. I’ll continue to vulnerable and be honest and open and have that conversation.”EXCLUSIVE: World Cup champion Megan Rapinoe responds to her decision to not go to the Trump White House #MTP #[email protected]: “I think Trump’s message excludes people that look like me and are me … he is trying to divide so he can conquer, not unite so we can all conquer” pic.twitter.com/FT7KudJCFi— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) July 14, 2019Rapinoe made headlines when a video was released during the World Cup of her saying: “I’m not going to the f—ing White House.” Trump responded in a Twitter rant, calling out Rapinoe for protesting during the national anthem. He wrote, in part: “Megan should never disrespect our Country, the White House, or our Flag, especially since so much has been done for her & the team.”As for the other issues Rapinoe continues to fight for? The co-captain of the national team said she will “fight for equal pay every day.” The Women’s World Cup may be over, but U.S. women’s national team star Megan Rapinoe isn’t done fighting for what she believes in. During an interview Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Rapinoe said she stands by her White House comments and still has no intention of celebrating the USA’s championship with President Donald Trump because of his message that “excludes a lot of people.” Abby Wambach on Megan Rapinoe, USWNT: They’re redefining ‘what it means to be a woman’ Megan Rapinoe victim of possible hate crime, according to NYPD “It excludes people that look like me and are me, of course,” Rapinoe explained. “I think he’s trying to divide so he can conquer, not unite so we can all conquer.”When asked what she would say to her fans that support Trump and believes she should go to the White House, Rapinoe said: “I would try to share our message. Do you believe that all people are created equal? Do you believe that equal pay should be mandated? Do you believe that everyone should have health care? Do you believe that we should treat everyone with respect. Those are the basics of what we’re talking about. Related News Five key quotes from USWNT star Megan Rapinoe’s CNN appearance after World Cup win “You know what? I’m gonna fight for equal pay every day, for myself, for my team, and for every single person out there. Man, woman, immigrant, U.S. citizen, person of color, whatever it may be. ‘Equal pay,’ as the great Serena Williams said, ’til I’m in my grave,” Rapinoe said.EXCLUSIVE: World Cup champion Megan Rapinoe says she will continue her fight for equal pay #MTP #IfItsSunday @mPinoe: “I am going to fight for equal pay, every day. For myself, for my team and for every single person … man, woman, immigrant, U.S. citizen, person of color” pic.twitter.com/YSTvYEMdrB— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) July 14, 2019Since winning the World Cup, Rapinoe has inspired people around the world, and she has a special message for the young girls that are watching her speak out and perform at the highest level of her sport.”I hope they feel inspired that they can do that,” Rapinoe said, “that they can take on more, that they are worth every penny and more, and that they have fun and with a smile doing it.”
Leroy RoadsLeroy Roads, 75, of Wellington, passed away on December 4, 2013 at his home in Wellington, KS. Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 A.M., on Saturday, December 7, 2013 at the Hawks-Shelley Funeral Home in Wellington KS. Burial will be in the Prairie Lawn Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 9:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M. Friday, December 6th at the Hawks-Shelley Funeral Home in Wellington with the family receiving friends from 5:00 to 7:00 P.M. at the funeral home. For further information or to send a condolence please visit www.shelleyfamilyfh.comLeroy Everett Roads was born on November 12, 1938 the son of Everett and Grace Roads in Augusta, Kansas. Leroy was a 1956 graduate of the Augusta High School. After school Leroy enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where he served his country for over 20 years, including 2 tours in Viet Nam. Leroy later worked for Koch Industryâ€™s for over 20 years until his retirement. He liked to fish, play Bingo and loved KU Basketball. Leroy was the present V.F.W. Commander of the Dan C. Matson Post #881 in Wellington.Survivors include his wife Vedia Roads of Wellington, sons, Dale and wife Janelle Roads of Contonment, FL and Larry Roads and wife Debbie of Arlington, TX and daughter Sandra Rausch and husband Gerald of Clearwater, KS, grandchildren; Rory Roads, Alaine Sepulveda and husband Michael, Justin and wife Jennifer Roads, Keith Roads, Dusty Roads, Rocky Roads, Sandy Roads, Kayla and husband Josh Evans and Tracy Rausch, great grandchildren; Gabriel Sepulveda, Christian, Alaeriik and Logan Roads, sisters; Virginia Oolsthorn and Pansy Oolsthorn and husband Jerry all of Haysville, KS.He is preceded in death by his parents and son Kenny Roads.