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Bento

A data structure used to store embedded documents in an OpenDoc compound document. Bento, which stands for lunch box in Japanese, provides a "container" to hold the data and a format for defining its contents.
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When the videos started to appear Fray Bentos, owned in the UK since 2011 by food firm Baxters, said: "We strongly advise our customers to use a robust can opener."
Fray Bentos owner Baxters said: "While we continue to review the design of our can, we would strongly advise our consumers to use a robust can opener."
That was how I got into making bento lunches-to transition us into this mealtime spent apart.
The beefy brand started life as Liebig's Extract of Meat Company in the mid-19th century in the town of Fray Bentos, which is on the banks of the River Plate in Western Uruguay.
The Bentos allegedly told people if they bought investor packages and recruited more people to buy, they would make more money each month.
The move follows Baxters' acquisition of the Fray Bentos brand from Princes Foods in November last year.
Princes Foods has now sold Fray Bentos to Baxters Foods.
LIVERPOOL-BASED Princes Foods has sold its Fray Bentos canned meat pie business.
In October, UPM and local peers M-real Oyj (HEL: MRLBV) and Metsaliitto Group agreed that the pulp mill and forests in Fray Bentos, Uruguay, of their joint venture Botnia should be transferred to UPM.