Food Safety News - August 18, 2017 USDA agency reports 1.7 million verifications in 3Q of FY 2017

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USDA agency reports 1.7 million verifications in 3Q of FY 2017

By Dan Flynn

Enforcement actions by USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service to ensure meat, poultry, and egg products are safe, wholesome and correctly labeled are reported each quarter. The latest enforcement report, released Thursday, covers the federal government’s third quarter, from April 1 through June 30. It logs thousands of inspection procedures performed by FSIS personnel in... Continue Reading

Casing group was last meeting on Almanza's FSIS calendar

By News Desk

Barbara Negron, president of the North American Natural Casing Association, and her associate Eric Svendsen, were the last people from outside the federal government to meet with Al Almanza before he retired. USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) issued its Officials’ Calendar of Meetings for July 2017 yesterday, showing Almanza’s final few meetings with... Continue Reading

Fish tales: Angler offers tips on safest options for fish lovers

By Rebecca Lily

Apart from the fact that fish is rich in protein and low in saturated fat, it is also a good source of omega-3, a fatty acid which is known to reduce the risk of abnormal heartbeats that can cause sudden death. The same fatty acid also helps to decrease triglyceride levels, lower blood pressure, and... Continue Reading

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Why One Should Rent Gym Space Foster City

By Ryan Meyer


These days, fitness is a very good industry to get into because a lot of people want to lose weight or simply become fitter. If one is a fitness entrepreneur who wants to run a small gym, then it would definitely be better if he would rent gym space foster city instead of buy one. Here are a few reasons why.

The first reason is simply because it is the more affordable choice out of the two. In the long run, buying a space is the cheaper option, however, if one does not have a big budget at the moment, then renting out a space is the better option. Most rented spaces are quite affordable, especially if it is a space for gyms or a studio.

Aside from that, one will also not need to worry about any major renovations to be done on the place because most rented commercial spots are actually already good to go. One just has to move in all of his stuff and start his operations. Even if one would have to do some renovations, it will not be big renovations which will makes things much easier for the business owner.

Another good thing about rented spaces is that one can move out anyone he wants after the contract. Usually, rented spaces only require a contract of around one year in which one will then have the choice to renew the contract to continue staying in the place or permanently terminate it. In any case, it is easier for one to move out and switch venues if he is living in a rented area.

Another thing good about renting a place, especially in a commercial building, is that it is easy to find. If a client wants to visit the fitness center or gym, he just needs to Google search the address of the commercial building and just go there. This saves time on having to look for the place.

Another great thing about renting in a commercial building is that there is already security for the building. Most buildings will have a security guard which means that the fitness center is quite safe. If one is worried about break ins or such, then a commercial building is a good idea to rent in.

The last advantage would be that one will have more tax deductions if one would rent out a place. Rent expenses can be considered as tax deductible from a business side which means that one does not have to pay taxes for when he pays the monthly dues. This also saves a lot of money.

Basically, these are some of the advantages of renting out a spot for a fitness center instead of owning it. No matter how much capital one has, it is definitely most recommended to rent first instead of buy so that in the event of anything, one is not tied down. Renting is definitely the better choice of the two.




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