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With over 200 employees at its factory in Glendale Heights, Illinois, Kronos has expanded its product line from just gyro meats in the late 1970s to Greek yogurt, pita, hummus, spanakopita, baklava, and other Mediterranean foods. Kronos Foods produces around 100,000 lb (45,000 kg) of meat products daily. History [ edit]
Olympia Gyros offering authentic Greek food is gearing up to open at 670 Lake Joy Road, Suite 150, in Warner Robins. The new restaurant has a Kathleen mailing address. Olympia Gyros The new...
Gyros—in some regions, chiefly North America, anglicized as a gyro (/ ˈ j ɪər oʊ, ˈ dʒ ɪər-, ˈ dʒ aɪ r-/; Greek: γύρος, romanized: yíros/gyros, lit. 'turn', pronounced )—is meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie (similar to Doner kebab), then sliced and served wrapped or stuffed in pita bread, along with other ingredients such as tomato, onion, fried potatoes, and tzatziki.
The 1906 Olympia Brewery brewhouse, known locally as "the Old Brewery", is located at the base of the Tumwater Falls in Tumwater, Washington. Once the manufacturing site for Olympia Beer, the classic Mission Revival structure, designed by prominent local architect Joseph Wohleb, replaced the initial wooden plant constructed in 1896. 
Coleman's reign as Mr. Olympia came to an end in 2006 when Jay Cutler, the three-time consecutive runner-up heading into the contest, finally earned his first win. It was only the second time in contest history that a reigning multi-champion Mr. Olympia had lost his title (as opposed to retiring).
On March 4, 1921, the United States Congress approved the burial of an unidentified American serviceman from World War I in the plaza of the new Memorial Amphitheater. On November 11, 1921, the unknown soldier brought back from France was interred below a three-level marble tomb. The bottom two levels are six granite sections each and the top ...
On 15 August 1903, Olympia-Werke was founded as the Union Schreibmaschinen-Gesellschaft m.b.H. to sell the Mignon. Beginning in 1930, the company traded as Europa Schreibmaschinen AG ( transl. Europa Typewriters AG); internationally, the products were sold under the trademark Olympia. The last "Mignon" from 1933 was called the Olympia-Plurotyp.