NICCO

AcronymDefinition
NICCONippon International Cooperation for Community
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Chef Chef Nicco opines that the quality of the flavor says it all.
Nicco's first bite of Chicken Rice was something else.
Headed by managing director David Nickisson, the eleven-strong Nicco Foods team expects total turnover to exceed [pounds sterling]15m.
"This is a huge opportunity to develop a profitable new market sector because foodservice sales of chilled sushi have to date been constrained by the very real risk of waste eroding profit margins," said David Nickisson, managing director of Nicco Foods.
NICCO is an NGO for international cooperation that supports the self-reliance of the people in developing countries.
CHALLENGE: Daniel Stanley (above) hurls a boot and (left) goalie Nicco Vaesen with children who took part in the penalty shoot-out.
The assets originally had belonged to the ill-fated surface grinder builder Nicco Machine Tool Co., which Asahi-Seiki purchased nearly 10 years ago (M.I.R., 11/28/94).
Two cops came and encountered Sidney, an Old English sheepdog, and Nicco, an Akita-German shepherd mix.
The kitchen at Elephant Grounds is helmed by Nicco Santos and Quenee Villar, formerly of Hey Handsome and Your Local.
Knorr teams up with (from left) chefs Josh Boutwood, Happy Ongpauco-Tiu, Kalel Chan and Nicco Santos
Men - Merwin Tan (4881 in 24 games), Nicco Olaivar (4871), Kenneth Chua (4837, Kevin Cu (4770), Raoul Miranda (4741), RJ Bautista (4721), Eric Aranez (4702) and Anton Alcazaren (4676).