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Goya Foods And Beech-Nut Launch A Unique Joint Line Of Authentic, Nutritious Latin-Flavored Baby Food

Historic Offering Is Made With Modern Hispanic Moms in Mind

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Apr 05, 2013, 01:38 ET

AMSTERDAM, N.Y., April 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Beech-Nut Nutrition and Goya Foods, Inc. have forged an unprecedented partnership to launch a new line of authentic Hispanic flavored baby foods made with Hispanic moms in mind.  The joint announcement was made today by Beech-Nut President Jeff Boutelle and Bob Unanue, President of Goya Foods.

"Our research shows that Hispanic moms have been waiting for just such an offering, which combines the authentic, traditional Latin flavors Goya is famous for with Beech-Nut's nutritious, natural ingredients free of preservatives," said Mr. Boutelle. "Our products are as close as possible to home-made, and that's very important to Hispanic families.

"The Beech-Nut/Goya line of baby food offers mom the best of both worlds," Mr. Unanue said. "Hispanic moms, influenced by their abuelitas, oftentimes believe that healthy, traditional baby food can only be made at home using fresh ingredients. Their challenge is that they simply don't have the time to cook from scratch the way their grandmothers did, and that's where Beech-Nut/Goya comes in:  Our new line of baby food is the perfect union that bridges Hispanic mothers' desire for healthy, traditional baby food with their need for convenience and nutrition in today's hectic world."

Mr. Unanue added that Goya's partnership with Beech-Nut forms part of the company's continued commitment to nutrition and support for the My Plate/ Mi Plato nutritional initiative launched by the White House and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, last year.

Why the emphasis on Latin-flavored baby food? Mr. Boutelle explained that "one fourth of all births in America today are to Hispanics, so that any company hoping to grow their business must take their needs and tastes into account. " He added that because Hispanic families are also larger than non-Hispanic families, their purchase of baby food is 15 per cent higher than for other demographics.

That said, a study recently commissioned by Beech-Nut revealed that two thirds of Hispanic moms are not satisfied with the choices they presently find in baby food, and wish there were more appropriate flavors from which to choose. The new Beech-Nut/Goya brand offers them 22 specially developed Latin flavors and combinations that support a baby's oral development through the feeding cycle, 19 of which are eligible for WIC.

The full line includes everything from wheat, corn, oatmeal/bananas and rice/mango cereals, to Stage 1® beef and chicken with broth, and Stage 2® jarred baby food in the following flavors:  Guava, Mango, Apple Mango, Banana Strawberry, Peach Mango, Squash, Banana Pear, Apple Guava, Banana Peach, Carrots & Peas, Carrots Corn, Pear Guava, and a Vegetable Medley with Sweet Potato, Carrots & Squash. In the Stage 2 ½® category with increased texture, the offerings are banana/apple/plum, pear/apricot and rice pudding with raisins.

The new Beech-Nut/Goya line is expected to be available in stores throughout the country by the end of June.   

About Beech-Nut Nutrition 
Beech-Nut Nutrition is held by Hero Group, a family-owned food company headquartered in Lenzburg, Switzerland. Hero is a leader in the Infant Nutrition category with operations in more than 30 countries based in Europe, North America, Middle East/Africa and Turkey/Central Asia. Beech-Nut is committed to three core principles; providing better access to good nutrition, generating category growth through innovation and being a responsible steward of the environment. Beech-Nut is headquartered in Amsterdam, New York and has recently opened a $124 Million energy efficient manufacturing facility which has been granted Silver Level LEED certification (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design). For more information on Beech-Nut and Beech-Nut/Goya products, visit www.beechnut.com.

About GOYA:
Founded in 1936, Goya Foods, Inc. is America's largest Hispanic-owned food company, and has established itself as the leader in Latin American food and condiments. Goya manufactures packages and distributes over 2,200 high-quality food products from the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America. Goya products have their roots in the culinary traditions of Hispanic communities around the world; their combination of authentic ingredients, robust seasonings and convenient preparation make them ideal for every taste and every table. For more information on Goya Foods, please visit www.goya.com.

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At the doctor's appointment. Could you save Francisco Goya and Wilhelm II today? | History | Society

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Francisco Goya and Wilhelm II.

Francisco Goya

Francisco Goya.

In the works of this artist one can feel such intensity of passions that modern researchers are still arguing whether he suffered from a mental illness, and if so, which one. But they don't come to a consensus.

Victim of malaria

In 1787, Goya informs a friend about another attack of tertiary fever, as malaria was then called. He also writes that he takes cinchona (cinchona bark, which was then considered a universal medicine). Hina really helped, but since the bark of different species of this tree contains different concentrations of the medicinal substance, cases of poisoning were not uncommon. His symptoms were considered complicated cases of malaria and ... were treated with the same cinchona, which only aggravated the situation.

The artist's complaints - nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain and blurred vision - coincided with signs of quinine poisoning. Goya complained that the field of vision was narrowing, there were cases of temporary blindness. Researchers note a violation of the proportions of objects depicted in the paintings of these periods. In addition to this, the artist was plagued by ringing in the ears, severe headaches and dizziness.

Doctors recommended taking warm baths, living in nature and looking more at greenery. Several dozen bloodlettings were performed - it did not help. After another severe attack of malaria and, therefore, treatment with cinchona, hallucinations appeared. The artist changed his usual delicate palette of colors to a dark one, began to draw sorcerers, witches and other evil spirits, scenes from the life of a lunatic asylum.

After another bout of malaria, another doctor diagnoses Goya with "bladder paralysis". They treated him with bloodletting and, of course, quinine. With severe pain, an infusion of opium was added. Oddly enough, the artist recovered and continued to work.

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Although both admirers and enemies of Goya were convinced of his madness, modern psychiatrists doubt that the artist suffered from a mental illness. Most likely, it was quinine poisoning, which was superimposed on lead poisoning. The early Goya painted light, pastel paintings and worked mainly with lead paints (whitewash). At that time, they did not yet know about their toxicity, and the masters bred them themselves. The situation was further aggravated by the fact that the artist diluted the white very liquid and often used a sponge rather than a brush when painting, thereby interacting with the dangerous substance even closer.

Lead poisoning is characterized not only by disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, headaches and hypertension, but also by hallucinations and impaired perception of the size and shape of objects. Goya did not stop using lead white until his death. He died at the age of 82 from a stroke.

A modern approach

Doctors first identify the type of malaria pathogen, which allows them to choose the right medicines, the choice of which is now large. Carry out activities aimed at normalizing water and electrolyte metabolism, reducing the permeability of the vascular walls. With timely treatment, the prognosis is favorable, but malaria is treated for a long time and subsequent prevention is necessary.

Lead encephalopathy, brain damage caused by lead poisoning, is now rare. The disease requires immediate hospitalization. There is an antidote for lead poisoning today. The prognosis is favorable.

Wilhelm II

Wilhelm II.

Wilhelm II is considered the main instigator of the First World War. After his abdication, he lived out his life in the Netherlands under the auspices of the local Queen Wilhelmina. Died at 82 and by order of Hitler , who was his great admirer, is buried with military honors.

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The emperor's mother, favorite daughter of the British Queen Victoria , became pregnant with her first child at 19. By order of Victoria, all medical manipulations to preserve pregnancy and childbirth were entrusted exclusively to the British - the Queen of Great Britain considered German doctors to be ignoramuses. The Germans were rightly offended and loudly quarreled with their English colleagues all 9months, defending their right to perform medical supervision.

On the day of delivery, it turned out that the fetus had an incorrect presentation - breech. Both the Germans and the British gathered at the bedside of the woman in labor. It is still unclear which of them performed the obstetrical turn - turned the fetus with their hands so that it could be born on its own. It was then that the baby's arm was injured. In addition, all the time of childbirth, the princess was anesthetized with chloroform, the dose of which was not yet known how to calculate, and they did not know about the harmful effects of this substance. The lion's share of chloroform went to the baby, so he did not immediately scream.

The handle of the newborn hung like a whip, the neck muscles were very tense (spasmodic torticollis). Doctors explained this condition as “mechanical compression during childbirth” and optimistically promised that after treatment everything would disappear without a trace.

Difficulty in treatment

Doctors did not leave an heir even for a minute. The baby was given a massage every day (on which the greatest hopes were pinned), the baby was treated with the then fashionable electric current. But nothing helped. The heir to the throne of great Germany remained a cripple. The parents were disappointed, but continued to look for ways to help their son.

The kid wore a special device for straightening his arm and a kind of corset for the cervical spine - it was called a "head upright machine". Every day I worked on the simulator - "arm-straightening machine". The treatment was complemented by a daily cold shower, certainly from sea water. The child was not allowed to do anything with a healthy right hand - they were forced to load the left. But he was never able to develop the left one: raising an empty glass was akin to a feat.

In the end, the desperate parents decided to have an operation: under chloroform, one of Wilhelm's neck muscles was cut in the hope that he would be able to keep his head straight. That helped. But the left hand remained 15 cm shorter for the rest of his life and never developed.

The illness affected the character of the heir to the throne: he was both cowardly, vain, weak, and maniacally active. The emperor's inability to realistically assess events led to a terrible denouement - to war. As a result, according to the Versailles Peace Treaty of 1919, Wilhelm II was declared a war criminal. But the government of the Netherlands refused to extradite him, and until the end of his days, the former emperor lived in this country without a break.

Modern approach

Obstetric palsy is caused by damage to the nerve fibers of the brachial plexus. The disease should be treated as early as possible, using massage, electrical stimulation, acupuncture, paraffin baths and physiotherapy exercises. With the help of plaster splints, the baby's arms are held in a certain position. If after 3 months there is no result, they resort to surgery. The prognosis for early treatment is favorable.

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