- published: 31 Aug 2015
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I'm not sure when this was filmed.. I visited Russia several time on productions. Coming from LA LA Land (USA) I was amazed by the condition of the country... The people are some of the most hard working, industrious, talented you will ever find. But they are in a system where you're not reward for your hard work... I hope it's much better now!
The clip starts with the message: 'This will never happen in your supermarket...'. It then shows a woman shopping in a supermarket. A man with the EU emblem on his arm intercepts the products that she wants to buy, tests them, discovers they are counterfeit and replaces them with safe products.
In this installment of our series, "A More Perfect Union," we take a look at an unexpected but powerful friendship. See how an 82-year-old widower was touched by an innocent question of a 4-year-old in the canned food aisle of a grocery store, just when he needed it most. Steve Hartman reports.
The Whole Foods in Union Square has everything: Panicked New Yorkers, abandoned kale and a line that wraps outside the door. New Yorkers flocked to their neighborhood grocery stores hoping to stock up ahead of the historic storm on Monday. One supermarket, the Whole Foods in Union Square, had customers lined up outside and down the block. The scene there just before 5 p.m. showed customers packed at the store's doors, hoping to get in. New York City is in a state of emergency, as officials expect Monday's blizzard to bring near-record snowfall totals. A total ban on travel has been implemented for 11 p.m. in the affected counties, with stiff penalties in place for anyone who tries to drive on the roads. http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/YfWtPIqNAWI/ http://www.wochit.com
A Spanish labour union has stolen trollies full of shopping from a supermarket in Seville to hand out to the poor. The Union of Andalusian Workers (SAT) staged similar raids last summer taking food to hand out to those less well-off, but this year, with the new school year about to begin, the trollies were full of educational supplies. SAT said the theft was meant to be peaceful and was designed to 'expropriate' goods which would be distributed to children living in poverty whilst exposing the plight of many Spaniards in times of economic crisis. Andalusia is one of the parts of Spain hardest hit by the downturn with one worker in three without a job. Report by Jeremy Barnes. Subscribe to ITN News! http://bit.ly/itnytsub Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/itn Follow us on Tw...
Union workers raid a supermarket in Spain taking school supplies to give to poor children. Full story: A group of Spanish labor union workers conducted what they called a Robin Hood style raid at a local supermarket, taking more than $2600 dollars worth of school supplies to give to poor children. Activists from the Andalusian Workers' Union took pens, erasers, markers, and notebooks from a Carrefour in Seville in southern Spain. The region is one of the worst hit by the Spanish economic crisis. [Diego Canamero, Spokesman, Union of Andalusian Workers]: "There is no money, there are no jobs, people are losing their homes and people have no money. With this gesture today we have taken about eight to ten trollies of school supplies which we will distribute in some school, in some neighb...