RGCA

AcronymDefinition
RGCARetail Gift Card Association (est. 2008)
RGCARajiv Gandhi Center for Aquaculture (India)
RGCARoast and Ground Coffee Association
RGCARumen Fluid-Glucose-Cellobiose Agar
RGCAReference Group on Child Abuse (Zambia)
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Srinivas further said that Naidu will also be launching the swadeshi 'Pearl' brand Artemia, feed developed by RGCA under the Make in India programme.
La surprise de cette edition a ete l'elimination, en demi-finales, du club d'Agadir (RGCA), qui compte dans ses rangs cinq joueurs en equipe nationale.
On a reussi l'exploit d'eliminer le RGCA, tenant du titre, en demi-finales et qui disposent de joueurs talentueux[beaucoup plus grand que].
"From a business perspective, we are pleased to see the degree to which gift card sales deliver benefits to retailers: Consumers report spending more when both purchasing and redeeming gift cards," said Mary Donovan, executive director of RGCA.
Furthermore, the cutting-edge RGCA team is charged with enhancing domestication of black tiger shrimp (Peneaus monodon), freshwater prawns (Scampi rosenbergi) and pacific white shrimp (L.
Only natural spawning takes place at the RGCA facility, as hormonal growth enhancers are strictly prohibited in the 8m x 4m x 1.2m capacity tanks, which can maintain up to 50,000 fry/fingerlings.
RGCA utilizes Mag Manual Adjustable Fish Graders from Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA-based Fresh-Flo Corp.
Artemia Project: Production of artemia cyst, an essential rive food for aquaculture, until now imported from the USA in large quantities, has been achieved by RGCA through farming at its facility in Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu.
In the recent past, the RGCA achieved a great breakthrough in the culture of crab and Asian sea bass ..."
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Retail Gift Card Association (RGCA) has expanded its membership.
"Our industry recognized that we did not have a support system to unite and promote closed-loop gift card usage," explains RGCA board member Matt Davies.
Membership in RGCA is open to retailers, restaurants and other merchants that issue closed-loop cards in North America.