Snack retailer Graze has announced the launch of new ‘energy-fuelled’ Protein Bites.The oat-based bars will be available in Banana, Cocoa Vanilla, and Honey & Seed. They come in multipacks of four and each bar contains 5g of protein.Protein Bites will be available at retailers including Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose this month.Sarah Fuller, chief brand officer at Graze, said: “The products add an element of convenience to our range, enabling those with busy lifestyles to enjoy healthy snacks that are both delicious and nutritious.“The protein market is a key area for Graze and we’re looking forward to innovating further in this space and seeing where we can go with the new line.”
Businesses owners should plan to protect employees and consumers with practices that lower the risk of infection. No concrete date for phase two to begin has been announced. Phase one begins May 15 when the New York On Pause order ends. Officials say businesses that have high economic impact and low risk infection with reopen first. The state reopening could slow or stop completely if there is a spike in cases, they say. Officials say moving onto the next phase is dependent on metrics and careful monitoring of the rate of infections and hospitalizations by regional control rooms. Jeff Gural, the owner of Tioga Down, has sent a plan for approval to the governors office for allowing horse racing with no audience. (WBNG) — Tioga County officials say they anticipate two weeks between the phases of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s reopening plan. Officials say they have not received guidance on which phase hair and nail salons and gyms will be in. Large gatherings will not be allowed in any capacity. Social distancing habits continued to be encouraged.