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Real Water anuncia retiro de sus aguas embotellada

Real Water anuncia retiro

Real Water anunció que está retirando de manera voluntaria su agua embotellada como medida de precaución ante la posibilidad de que esté vinculada “con ciertos casos de hepatitis no viral”.

El anuncio se produce luego de que la Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos de Estados Unidos (FDA) emitiera esta semana una advertencia a los consumidores para que no bebieran el agua alcalina después de que varias personas desarrollaran insuficiencia hepática.

El retiro incluye todos los tamaños de botellas agua potable de su marca Real Water – 1.5 litros, 1 litro, 500 ml y 1 galón- que fueron distribuidas en todo Estados Unidos por UNFI y KEHE, así como también a través de distribución directa a varias tiendas minoristas en el área metropolitana de Las Vegas, NV, el norte de Arizona, el sur de California, Tennessee, Georgia, Chicago, Nueva York, Mississippi y Nuevo México.

El agua “puede estar relacionada con ciertos casos de hepatitis no viral que se informaron en noviembre de 2020 o alrededor de esa fecha en el área de Las Vegas, NV”, señala el sitio web de la empresa.

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“Los síntomas de todos los tipos de hepatitis, incluida la hepatitis no viral, son similares y pueden incluir fiebre, fatiga, pérdida de apetito, náuseas, vómitos, dolor abdominal, orina oscura, deposiciones de arcilla o de color gris, dolor en las articulaciones, ojos amarillos, e ictericia. Quienes experimenten estos síntomas deben comunicarse con su médico”, aconsejó la embotelladora.

Real Water indicó que ha notificado a los distribuidores sobre la medida y se le ha indicado que retiren inmediatamente los productos de todos los estantes de las tiendas, distribución y otros inventarios para asegurarse de que ya no estén disponibles para la venta o el consumo.

Redacción Negocios Now

Negocios Now is the Hispanic Business Publication in Chicago with National Distribution founded by Clemente Nicado, former International Correspondent and one of the founder of HOY, the Chicago Tribune Hispanic daily newspaper.
Negocios Now is currently the only Hispanic business publication in Illinois. It is now distributed nationally in digital format.
The publication reaches out thousands entrepreneurs with its print publications and digital platform We inform Latino businesses on good business strategies. We connect companies that offer B2B services through our networking events. Negocios Now has receive more than 20 national awards from the National Association of Hispanic Publications, and a “Peter Lisagor Award” for General Excellence in 2012.

ChicagoMSDC names Jose Robles-Michelena as its Executive VP and Chief of Staffs

ChicagoMSDC

Chicago, HINA Wire – The Chicago Minority Supplier Development Council (CMSDC) appointed Jose Robles-Michelena as its new Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff.

Before accepting his position at ChicagoMSDC, Mr. Robles-Michelena led the U.S.-Mexico Partners, a boutique cross-border consulting firm, as Senior Managing Director.

He comes to us with over 30 years of corporate experience with operations, consulting, business development, marketing and finance. Mr. Robles-Michelena was responsible for assessing and understanding the needs of clients, with extensive experience in assisting global companies setting up operations in Mexico.

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He developed, promoted, and upheld strategic alliances with international economic development agencies, Chambers of Commerce, and cross-border professional service providers such as accountants, commercial bankers, industrial and commercial real estate companies, customs brokers, and logistic companies to create a constructive environment and pipeline for companies interested in doing business in Mexico from the U.S. and Globally and connected them intentionally.

We found these existing skill sets to be in direct alignment with ChicagoMSDC’s four pillars enabling a succinct synergy.  Prior, he worked for Miller, Canfield, Paddock, and Stone, P.L.C. , a prestigious law firm based in Detroit, Michigan, as a Business Manger where he was in charge of Business Development and Operations.

Mr. Robeles-Michelena holds a BA in Business Administration & Management from Universidad Inter-Continental of Mexico City and Graduate studies in Finance and Trade Markets, he is also fluent in Spanish his native language and an avid Triathlon participant.

HINA Wire

Negocios Now is the Hispanic Business Publication in Chicago with National Distribution founded by Clemente Nicado, former International Correspondent and one of the founder of HOY, the Chicago Tribune Hispanic daily newspaper.
Negocios Now is currently the only Hispanic business publication in Illinois. It is now distributed nationally in digital format.

The publication reaches out thousands entrepreneurs with its print publications and digital platform We inform Latino businesses on good business strategies. We connect companies that offer B2B services through our networking events. Negocios Now has receive more than 20 national awards from the National Association of Hispanic Publications, and a “Peter Lisagor Award” for General Excellence in 2012.

Mario Treto Jr. to serve as Secretary of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation

Mario Treto Jr.
Chicago- HINA Wire – Building on a strong team of diverse experts in their fields, Governor JB Pritzker named Mario Treto, Jr. to serve as Secretary of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR), pending confirmation by the Illinois Senate. Treto currently serves as the Director of the Division of Real Estate for IDFPR.
Treto will assume the role of current IDFPR Secretary Deborah Hagan, who is retiring after nearly 40 years of service at the Attorney General’s Office and IDFPR. The Governor also named Laurie A. Murphy, currently the Deputy Director of the Division of Real Estate, to replace Treto as the Director of that Division.

“Mario Treto Jr. and Laurie Murphy have proven themselves exemplary leaders, and I’m thrilled to welcome them to their new roles at IDFPR,” said Governor JB Pritzker.

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“As the head regulator for Illinois’ real estate industry, Mario has not only vastly improved the Division’s processes, but he has spearheaded critical diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. I’m grateful that Mario shares our vision of ensuring the safety of our residents and our financial institutions while increasing diverse representation across all regulated industries to help better reflect our state. I also want to wish Deborah Hagan all the best in her retirement and commend her unwavering advocacy on behalf of Illinois consumers and families.”

“I am honored to continue to work on behalf of the people of Illinois as Secretary of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation,” said Mario Treto, Jr., Acting Secretary of IDFPR. “Together we can ensure that Illinois continues to defend the interests of consumers and provide critical services to our residents. I want to thank Governor Pritzker for the opportunity to serve and empower communities across Illinois.”

“I’m grateful to be appointed by Governor Pritzker to continue to serve the great state of Illinois as the Director of the Division of Real Estate,” said Acting Director of the Division of Real Estate of the IDFPR Laurie Murphy.  “Protecting the health and safety of consumers remains a top priority for the Department, and I look forward to continuing our mission.”

During Mario Treto, Jr.’s tenure as the Director of Real Estate at the IDFPR, he led the state’s real estate industry, overseeing professional education, licensure and discipline for nearly 100,000 licensees working in five real estate-related professions.

He was instrumental in revising the Real Estate License Act to reflect more modern and efficient regulatory practices for the next decade. As an agency diversity, equity, and inclusion leader, Treto has doubled the number of real estate scholarships for minorities and increased the Division’s staff and board diversity. Previously,

Treto served as Deputy City Attorney for the City of Evanston where he provided legal counsel to its elected officials, departments, and staff with compliance, transactional, and corporate matters. Prior to entering the public sector, he worked at a Chicago-based law firm focusing his practice on commercial and residential real estate, corporate law and commercial transactions.

Treto is a nationally recognized lawyer by various organizations, including the International Municipal Lawyers Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association, and the National LGBT Bar. Treto also serves as board chair of Howard Brown Health. Treto received his Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis and Juris Doctor from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.