Journey to the Barbecue – Safe Grilling Tips from Stop Foodborne Illness

Grillilng food safety tips by Stop Foodborne Illness

Group enjoying grilling

Couple grocery shopping - Grillilng - food safety tips by Stop Foodborne Illness

Couple grocery shopping

Safe handling of leftovers tips by Stop Foodborne Illness

Stocked refrigerator with leftovers

Grilling food safety tips by Stop Foodborne Illness

Flames from grilling meat

Grillilng food safety tips by Stop Foodborne Illness

Make sure that you are grilling meat at the proper temperature.

Warmer temperatures outside comes an increased risk of foodborne illness. Learn these food safety grilling tips.

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2019 / — As weather gets warmer and days get longer, we inevitably want to gather with friends and family for evenings around the grill. However, with warmer temperatures also comes an increased risk of foodborne illness. According to Stop Foodborne Illness – a national, nonprofit, public health organization dedicated to preventing illness and death from foodborne pathogens – the bacteria in your food multiply faster at temperatures between 40°F and 140°F. Read on to learn how you can prevent foodborne illness while grilling so you can have fun, carefree and safe barbecues all summer long.

Your Barbecue Journey
Knowing how to safely prepare, cook and store food is easier than you might think. Here are some tips on being food safe before, during, and after your barbecue.

Destination #1 – The Grocery Store
Any great barbecue starts with quality meats and vegetables from your local grocery store. To avoid cross-contamination between the raw meats you purchase and other foods in your cart, wrap the meat in plastic produce bags (many grocery stores provide these). This keeps the meat juices from dripping onto other items. For grocery stores that offer paper wrapping for poultry, fish, and red meat you may want to request extra wrapping from the employee assisting you. The main objective is to keep those raw meat juices away from produce and other items in your cart.

Remember, the trunk of your car is especially hot on warm days, so for the ride home, or on to wherever the cookout is happening, pack a cooler with ice (or frozen gel packs) to store the meat, especially for hot days over 90°F. If you’re traveling a distance and packing produce and other items too, be sure to keep the uncooked meat in a separate cooler from the other items. If you’re headed home, meat and other perishables should be the first out of the car and into the fridge or freezer.

Destination #2 – The Cookout Spot
You’ve arrived and you’re ready to start cooking if you’ve done the following: Wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water. Washing hands before and after handling raw meat help to avoid transferring any potential bacteria to other foods. If soap and water aren’t easily accessible, bring a 60% alcohol-based hand sanitizer to keep your hands clean throughout the process.

When preparing your meat, you want to prevent any bacteria from the raw meat (and juices) from contaminating your freshly barbecued meal. If marinating is your thing, make two batches of sauce – one for use on raw meat (marinating) and one for use on cooked meat (basting). After marinating raw meats in the fridge (not on the counter), discard the marinade. DO NOT reuse raw meat marinade for cooked food.

Most importantly, grill meat to a safe internal temperature. Using a meat thermometer is the only way to know if the meat is fully cooked, so don’t guess! Check the temperature at the thickest part of the meat and sanitize the point of the thermometer in between readings.

Safe Internal Temperatures
• Burgers/ground meat (except poultry) to 160°F (72°C)
• Chicken and Poultry (including ground poultry like turkey burgers) to 165°F (74°C)
• Whole cuts of meat including pork to 145°F (63°C), with a 3-minute rest time before serving
• Fish and Shellfish to 145°F (63°C)

When plating, do not use the same platter to serve cooked food that you used to hold the raw meat. This goes for utensils as well – like tongs and spatulas – keeping raw meat juices away from cooked foods prevents the spread of potentially harmful bacteria. Unless utensils and dishes have been thoroughly washed with soap and hot water between transporting raw meats to the grill and removing cooked meats to bring to the table, you cannot use the same utensils and dishes.

Destination #3 – The Return Home
If you’re hungry, don’t wait to go back for seconds! On 90°F or higher days, perishable foods not eaten within one hour should be thrown away. On other days (below 90°F), perishable foods not eaten or refrigerated within two hours should be tossed out.

When storing leftovers, fully cooked food can be stored in shallow containers in a cooler with other cold beverages. To be sure food is still good for the next day, promptly refrigerate leftovers in a cooler with ice and then in the fridge when you return home. However, if you are still unsure if the food is safe to keep, just remember – when in doubt, throw it out.

To learn more about foodborne illness, visit

Cindy Kurman
Kurman Communications for Stop Foodborne Illness
+1 312-651-9000
email us here
Visit us on social media:

Source: EIN Presswire

Abraham Kiswani set to hit record fundraising total

Abraham Kiswani

Abraham Kiswani

Philanthropist and businessman Abraham Kiswani looks forward to setting a record total as this year's contributions get off to an unprecedented start.

BURBANK, ILLINOIS, USA, April 30, 2019 / — Well known and highly respected for his philanthropic nature and wider charitable efforts, security industry professional Abraham Kiswani and his business look set to reach a record donation and fundraising total in 2019 as the year gets off to a fantastic start. Here, Chicago-based Kiswani reveals more about his support for charities including the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Toys for Tots, and the Tuskegee NEXT project, as well as his commitment to other local good causes and initiatives.

Having raised many tens of thousands of dollars for charities and organizations including Toys for Tots, the Tuskegee NEXT project, St. Baldrick's, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in recent years, philanthropist Abraham Kiswani looks set to reach a record-breaking new total this year after donating more than $200,000 in 2018.

"Through fundraising, events, and donations made by myself and my company, we're looking to top last year's total in 2019," reveals Kiswani, who has already pledged significant sums of money to several of his preferred charities, nonprofit organizations, and other good causes this year. He currently estimates that this year's total could top $225,000.

Last month, Abraham Kiswani also announced details of the upcoming First Annual Beat Cancer Charity Basketball Showdown to be held in Chicago. Set to take place on Saturday, June 22, 2019, and billed as 'one of the best basketball showdowns the area has ever witnessed,' all proceeds from the event will be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

One of Kiswani's most eagerly supported causes, the research hospital is closely tied to childhood cancer charity the St. Baldrick's Foundation, with which the businessman and philanthropist is also heavily involved.

Indeed, he and his company have donated annually to the charitable organization since 2012. Donations made by Kiswani and his firm solely to St. Baldrick's now exceed $35,000, he reveals. "Much like all of the good causes which I proudly support, St. Baldrick's is an incredible organization," he explains, "and entirely worthy of all the help and support that we can give."

A passionate sportsman, this year, Kiswani is also organizing a number of Major League Baseball tickets to generously gift to local disadvantaged children and those from low-income families. "We'll also continue to donate to Chicago's South Side churches to help feed the hungry and to further put back into the local community," adds the certified security sector professional, businessman, and philanthropist, wrapping up.

A graduate of Alan B. Shepard High School in Palos Heights, Illinois, Abraham Kiswani is today based in nearby Burbank, around 15 miles southwest of Chicago. Outside of his work and charitable efforts, Kiswani's personal interests include skydiving, bungee jumping, and antique muscle cars, as well as cooking, movie memorabilia collecting, sailing, scuba diving, and softball.

Caroline Hunter
Web Presence, LLC
+1 7865519491
email us here

Source: EIN Presswire

Medify Air Totals 400+ rooms at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

Medify Air MA-40 (left) and MA-112 (right)

Medify Air MA-40 (left) and MA-112 (right)

Medify Air MA-100a AireSpa

It is absolutely a standout room product and one of the best I have seen.”

— Rob Pattillo, Director of Hotel Operations, Harrah's Resort Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ, US, April 24, 2019 / — Medify Air is pleased to announce the continued partnership with Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, located in the marina district. Over the course of a three-year partnership, Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City now features over 400 Medify Air models, including the flagship AireSpa® and new line items: the MA-40 and MA-112.

“We are proud to continue this successful partnership with Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City,” said J. Henry Scott, Founder of Medify Air. “Harrah’s has made a tremendous step in providing cleaner, medical grade air throughout their property. We are inspired by their commitment to the health and wellness of their guests.”

The MA-100a AireSpa®, the only patented 4-in-1 unit, is the flagship product of Medify Air. Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City added the MA-40 and MA-112 models to complement the AireSpa® units, to tackle the air quality in common areas and to quickly remove smoke odors.

The MA-40 covers areas up to 800 square feet and is ideal for corridors and living rooms. Its sleek design and compact size also make it an excellent option for bedrooms.

The MA-112 covers areas up to 2,400 square feet and powerfully removes airborne pollutants with dual filters and DC motors. This model uses additional activated carbon to effectively trap odors, including smoke. All units feature proprietary filter sets, which include pre-filters, HEPA H13 medical grade filters, and activated carbon filters.

“Harrah's Resort Atlantic City was the first casino in Atlantic City to get the AireSpa unit 3 years ago. Our guests absolutely love their core features; air, scent, and sound! It is absolutely a standout room product and one of the best I have seen,” said Rob Pattillo, Director of Hotel Operations, Harrah's Resort Atlantic City.

About Medify Air
Medify Air is a subsidiary of AireSpa Worldwide Wholesale, who purchased the AireSpa® brand and product line. Medify Air features multiple medical grade units to address the needs of consumers and hospitality partners. The company’s mission is to alleviate indoor air pollution through the highest quality air purification systems. Using only medical grade filters, Medify Air is committed to spreading awareness regarding this crisis and bringing cleaner air to all.

About Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City
With its sophisticated marina setting and an infinite roster of world-class resort amenities, Harrah's Atlantic City Resort has become the premier Atlantic City hotel destination. Relax outdoors by the 25,000 sq. ft. pool, six hot tubs, or near the Xhibition Bar. The Pool After Dark has been voted among the top clubs in the U.S. Clubplanet, Nightclub & Bar Magazine and Ibiza World Club Tour. Enjoy the delights of live theatre during your Atlantic City resort getaway. The Concert Venue draws Broadway hits like The Producers and Hairspray. Harrah's restaurants serve up meals where you can feast on fun. Or you can whip up your own culinary wonders at the Viking Cooking School. In between parties, unwind with a massage or treatment at Red Door Spa.

Medify Air
+1 302-659-8104
email us here

Source: EIN Presswire

New Hilted Cookware Skillet Takes the Cast Iron Throne

Dinner is coming.

Company creates “Legend” skillet with sword-hilt handle

Cooking is just more fun when you’re slinging around our 10” Legend skillet like a sword!”

— Bruce Valles, Hilted Cookware Founder

SEATTLE, WA, USA, April 24, 2019 / — If your home is your castle, what better way to defend the honor of your kitchen table than with a cast iron skillet with a sword handle?

At least, that’s the opinion of Hilted Cookware, a new company that wanted to take traditional cookware options and imbue them with a more imaginative spirit.

“Over the course of our lives, we’ve all been transported to imaginary worlds through swords,” says Hilted Cookware founder Bruce Valles and co-founder Victor Avila, two brothers waging war against traditional cookware. “Swords and swordplay captivate our imaginations, whether it’s clashing sticks as kids, reading tales of dueling knights and swashbuckling pirates, or sitting around with friends watching ‘Game of Thrones’. Plus, cooking is just more fun when you’re slinging around our 10” Legend skillet like a sword!”

After brainstorming the idea over a conversation with friends, Valles and Avila (Seattle-based entrepreneurs and 3D printing experts) started coming up with prototypes. Once they had a 3D printed design that would live up to its name, they found a foundry in the Midwest willing to join their journey to create and season the skillets, and the “Legend” skillet was born.

“We needed to find a foundry that had experience in creating custom skillets but also the domain expertise to support our crazy design requirements. We’re fortunate to have found both under one roof,” says Valles.

The company is currently accepting pre-orders for the first batch of skillets, which will be shipped on May 13 – just in time for the series finale of “Game of Thrones” on May 19.

“We know a lot of Game of Thrones fans have been hitting us up for these skillets and asking us if they’ll arrive in time for the finale,” Valles says with a smile. “If they want to surprise their watch parties with a ‘legend’ for the finale, they’d better get on it and pre-order now.”

Hilted Cookware representatives are available for interviews about their unique take on the cast iron skillet. To schedule an interview, contact

About Hilted Cookware:

Hilted Cookware started as an idea to enrich traditional means of cookware. We set out with an ambitious dream to create something truly unique and unseen that would encompass old-world aesthetics with traditional functionality. After several redesigns and late-night prototyping, Hilted Cookware was born. Check out our “Legend” skillet at

Media Inquiries
Hilted Cookware
+1 206-769-1974
email us here
Visit us on social media:

Hilted Cookware: The Legend is Born

Source: EIN Presswire

Ways to Successfully and Kindly Communicate with Dementia Patients

Comfort Keepers Philadelphia, PA..

Philadelphia Caregivers

Dementia is a multi-natured disease that affects millions all over the world.

PHILADELPHIA , PA, UNITED STATES, April 24, 2019 / — ++

Dementia is a multi-natured disease that affects millions all over the world. Dementia embodies a group of symptoms that affect memory, thinking, and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily life and functioning.

Problems with Dementia begin with at least two different brain functions, such as memory loss and impaired judgment. This could also include the inability to perform daily activities such as cooking or paying bills. Dementia also can diminish a person’s communication skills gradually.

Difficulty with Communication: Look for Clues

When looking for changes in communication skills, look for ones that are aligned with the symptoms of Dementia. Examples of symptoms of Dementia are:

-Use familiar words often
-Inventing new words to describe everyday things
-Losing train of though often
-Reverting to a native language
-Having difficulty organizing concepts in a logical way
-Speaking less often

Communication During the Different Stages of Alzheimer’s and Dementia:

What to Expect
In the mild and early stages of Dementia, an individual is still able to engage in daily dialogue, deep conversations, and social activities. However, the person may unknowingly repeat stories, have difficulty finding the correct word, or feel overwhelmed by excessive verbal stimulation.

The middle stage is usually the longest and can last for several years. As the disease progresses, the person will have greater difficulty communicating and will require a lot of direct care.

The severe stage can last several weeks to several months. As the disease advances, the person may rely on nonverbal communication. This could be through eye contact or body language. Around-the-clock care is usually required at this juncture.

The Best Ways to Communicate

Dealing with Dementia is a struggle. People that have Dementia usually have more difficulty expressing thoughts and emotions than a person without Dementia.

Here are some ways on how to help you be successful at communicating with Dementia Patients:

Before You Speak
-Stay composed. Take a moment to calm yourself before engaging in a conversation.
-Remain focused. Consider what you are going to talk about and stick to that topic. Try always to be positive. Show your positivity in your voice and body language.
-Be the primary focus. Make sure you grab the person’s full attention, and that they can see you clearly. Try to maintain consistent eye contact and remain at their eye level.
-Minimize distractions. Turn off the TV or radio to reduce background noise.
-Match your body language to your words. Make sure that your body language/facial expressions match with what you are saying.
-Never stand too close. Instead, respect the person’s personal space, for this could be intimidating. Allow the person to feel as though they are in control of the situation.
-Use physical contact. Show that you care by holding the individual’s hand or putting your arm around him or her.

How to Speak Correctly

-Make sure you Speak calmly and clearly. Be aware of how fast you are talking and your clarity in words. Be sure to use a gentle and relaxed tone. A lower pitch is better to use since it is seen as more calming.
-Speak at a slower pace (slightly). Allow time in between sentences for the person to process the information and to respond at their own pace.
-Include the person in conversations with others. This will reduce feelings of exclusion and isolation.
-Avoid confusing and vague statements. If you tell the person to “hop in the shower,” he or she may take your instructions literally. Describe the action in a more direct way to make your directions more clear: “Please come here. Your shower is ready.” Instead of using unclear antecedents such as “it” or “that,” name the object or place directly. Rather than “Here it is,” say “Your coat is right here.”
-Repeat questions or information as necessary. If the person does not respond quickly, wait a moment for them to think. -Then ask the person one more time.
-Turn your questions into answers. Provide the patient with the solution rather than an open question. For example, say “Your lunch is right here,” instead of asking, “Are you ready for your lunch?”
-Turn negative things into positive things. Instead of saying, “Don’t go there,” say, “Let’s go here.”
-Try to laugh with them about mistakes and confusions. Humor and fun can bring you closer together with the person and relieve any tensions.

What to Say to the patient
-Clearly Identify Yourself. Advance the conversation from a frontal view and maintain good eye contact.
-Call the person by name. It helps keep the person in reality and grabs their attention.
-Use short, simple words and sentences. Lengthy stories or requests can be overwhelming.
-Offer a guess. If the person can’t find the correct word to use or uses the wrong word, try helping them guess the right one.
-Avoid asking too many direct questions. People with dementia often become frustrated if they can’t find the answer. If you have to, ask questions, ask only one question at a time and put them in a way that allows for only a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer.
-Try not to ask the person to make difficult decisions. Try always to give the person a choice. Too many options can be frustrating.
-Avoid criticizing or correcting. Don’t discourage the person’s effort by telling them that they are incorrect. Instead, try to understand what they are trying to say, and encourage him or her to always correspond their thoughts.
Avoid arguing. If the person says something you don’t necessarily agree with, try to let it go. Fighting makes things worse. It will also heighten the level of agitation for the person dealing with dementia.

How to Listen
-Always try to Listen attentively to what the person is trying to communicate.
-Try to be caring and supportive. The person may need more time to process thoughts in conversation. Let the person know you are listening to them.
-Pay attention to hints. If the individual has difficulty finding the right word to use or finishing a sentence, maybe ask them to try to finish it in a different way.
-Remain sympathetic while listening. If the individual is feeling unhappy, let them express their feelings without dismissing them right away. This will show that how much you care.
-After listening, get confirmation. When you have not fully understood what they are saying, tell the person what you have comprehended and make sure you are correct. You may have to repeat yourself to clarify.
-Always use the best judgment. Some people will not remember personal things, such as medical history, family, or friends. You will need to and act appropriately in these situations. For example, they may say that they have just showered when you know they haven’t yet.

Always Keep Corresponding, and Be Respectful
Remember to always treat a Dementia patient with respect and dignity. Don’t talk about them as if they are not there, or speak to them as you would to a young child. Remaining patient is crucial.

Always offer them ongoing comfort and reassurance, too. If he or she is having trouble communicating, let the person know that it is alright. Try to give support to the person to continue to explain his or her thoughts, no matter what.

Comfort Keepers provides exceptional Dementia care and many other services for you or your loved one. Our caregivers are locally based and well trained to help any situation. To contact one of our caregivers call (877) 698-9394.

About Comfort Keepers Philadelphia:
Owners Michele Berman and her brother, Marc Reisman, took over Huntington Valley Comfort Keepers in 2000, when their father, Richard Reisman, was diagnosed with lung cancer and became increasingly ill. They experienced firsthand the care and comfort provided by Comfort Keepers. In fact, Richard Reisman originally started the business when his mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. At that time, there weren’t many options for those in need of additional support and quality care. Today, the owners are proud to carry on the legacy of their father, but they are even more proud of the difference Comfort Keepers is making to those who need their help the most.

To find out more about Comfort Keepers' commitment to excellence, please call 215.885.9140.

This release was drafted by Results Driven Marketing, LLC: a full-service digital marketing, public relations, advertising and content marketing firm located in Philadelphia, PA.

People Also Read:

How to Get the Best Senior Care

An In-Home Caregiver Can Help with Medical Needs and Reminders

About Homecare QSD

Michele Berman, Owner
Comfort Keepers
email us here
Visit us on social media:

Source: EIN Presswire

Talented Educator, Majed Alhamad, Announces Summer Reading Camp

Professional tutor and skilled educator, Mr. Majed Alhamad, draws on his knack for adapting and customizing learning in his new summer reading camp.

KUWAIT CITY, KUWAIT, April 19, 2019 / — Professional tutor and skilled educator, Mr. Majed Alhamad, draws on personal inspiration from his own childhood, his knack for adapting and customizing learning resources to the needs of his students in his recently announced summer reading camp.

Equipped with an innate understanding that each student’s learning style differs from his or her peers, Mr. Alhamad adapts his instruction style to the learning processes of his students. His talent for modifying his curriculum material benefits his students. Not only will he provide instruction and assist with homework, but his unique style also helps students improve their time management skills, all of which enhances standardized testing performance and academic results on assignments and other marked material.

As a Kuwait native, Mr. Alhamad discovered his calling as a teacher through the inspiration of one of his primary school educators whose own style helped improve Mr. Alhamad’s understanding of challenging material. To pay tribute to his early mentor, Mr. Alhamad decided to continue with his teacher’s legacy through his own distinctive individual approach with his students.

Working one-on-one never gets old, he feels. Inspired by his mentor’s belief that a bespoke teaching style can help all students learn complicated material, whether it’s algebra, science, history, or literature, Mr. Alhamad now works with dozens of students throughout the academic year.

Individualized support was instrumental to his own schooling development and success, he says. It had a profound impact on him, and it works.

With a wide range of specialties, Mr. Alhamad designed his summer reading camp to ensure the success of all types of students by accommodating their unique learning styles.

About Mr. Majed Alhamad
Originally from Kuwait, Mr. Alhamad is an educator by profession. When not providing one-on-one student support or spending time at the library, he can be found cooking for family or friends. He also spends time volunteering for his favorite nonprofit, Habitat for Humanity.

Majed Alhamad
Majed Alhamad Tutoring
+965 2542 2752
email us here

Source: EIN Presswire

Cheese Shreds Market 2019: Global Analysis, Share, Trends, Application Analysis and Forecast To 2024

Cheese Shreds -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2024

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, April 19, 2019 / — Cheese Shreds Industry


Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Cheese Shreds -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2024” To Its Research Database

Cheese Shreds often referred to as cooking cheese are finding wide application in HoReCa sector owing to the easy-to-use feature of cheese shreds along with good meltability. 
The global Cheese Shreds market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 and will reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025. The objectives of this study are to define, segment, and project the size of the Cheese Shreds market based on company, product type, end user and key regions.

This report studies the global market size of Cheese Shreds in key regions like North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Central & South America and Middle East & Africa, focuses on the consumption of Cheese Shreds in these regions. 

This research report categorizes the global Cheese Shreds market by top players/brands, region, type and end user. This report also studies the global Cheese Shreds market status, competition landscape, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels and distributors.

The following manufacturers are covered in this report, with sales, revenue, market share for each company: 

Leprino Foods 
Arla Food 
Saputo Cheese 
Fonterra Food 
Groupe Lactalis 
Bel Group 
Dairy Farmers of America 
Daiya Foods 
Associated Milk Producers 
Bright Dairy 
Mengniu Dairy

Request for Sample Report @

Market size by Product 

Cow Milk Cheese 
Goat Milk Cheese 
Market size by End User 
Food Services 

Market size by Region 
North America 
United States 

The study objectives of this report are: 
To study and analyze the global Cheese Shreds market size (value & volume) by company, key regions, products and end user, breakdown data from 2014 to 2018, and forecast to 2025. 
To understand the structure of Cheese Shreds market by identifying its various subsegments. 
To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks). 
Focuses on the key global Cheese Shreds companies, to define, describe and analyze the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape and recent development. 
To project the value and sales volume of Cheese Shreds submarkets, with respect to key regions. 
To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.

Leave a Query @

Table of Contents

1 Study Coverage 
1.1 Cheese Shreds Product 
1.2 Market Segments 
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered 
1.4 Market by Type 
1.4.1 Global Cheese Shreds Market Size Growth Rate by Product 
1.4.2 Cow Milk Cheese 
1.4.3 Goat Milk Cheese 
1.5 Market by End User 
1.5.1 Global Cheese Shreds Market Size Growth Rate by End User 
1.5.2 Retails 
1.5.3 Food Services 
1.5.4 Others 
1.6 Study Objectives 
1.7 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary 
2.1 Global Cheese Shreds Market Size 
2.1.1 Global Cheese Shreds Revenue 2014-2025 
2.1.2 Global Cheese Shreds Sales 2014-2025 
2.2 Cheese Shreds Growth Rate by Regions 
2.2.1 Global Cheese Shreds Sales by Regions 
2.2.2 Global Cheese Shreds Revenue by Regions


11 Company Profiles 
11.1 Leprino Foods 
11.1.1 Leprino Foods Company Details 
11.1.2 Company Business Overview 
11.1.3 Leprino Foods Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.1.4 Leprino Foods Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.1.5 Leprino Foods Recent Development 
11.2 Arla Food 
11.2.1 Arla Food Company Details 
11.2.2 Company Business Overview 
11.2.3 Arla Food Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.2.4 Arla Food Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.2.5 Arla Food Recent Development 
11.3 Granarolo 
11.3.1 Granarolo Company Details 
11.3.2 Company Business Overview 
11.3.3 Granarolo Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.3.4 Granarolo Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.3.5 Granarolo Recent Development 
11.4 Saputo Cheese 
11.4.1 Saputo Cheese Company Details 
11.4.2 Company Business Overview 
11.4.3 Saputo Cheese Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.4.4 Saputo Cheese Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.4.5 Saputo Cheese Recent Development 
11.5 Fonterra Food 
11.5.1 Fonterra Food Company Details 
11.5.2 Company Business Overview 
11.5.3 Fonterra Food Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.5.4 Fonterra Food Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.5.5 Fonterra Food Recent Development 
11.6 Groupe Lactalis 
11.6.1 Groupe Lactalis Company Details 
11.6.2 Company Business Overview 
11.6.3 Groupe Lactalis Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.6.4 Groupe Lactalis Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.6.5 Groupe Lactalis Recent Development 
11.7 Bel Group 
11.7.1 Bel Group Company Details 
11.7.2 Company Business Overview 
11.7.3 Bel Group Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.7.4 Bel Group Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.7.5 Bel Group Recent Development 
11.8 Kraft 
11.8.1 Kraft Company Details 
11.8.2 Company Business Overview 
11.8.3 Kraft Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.8.4 Kraft Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.8.5 Kraft Recent Development 
11.9 Dairy Farmers of America 
11.9.1 Dairy Farmers of America Company Details 
11.9.2 Company Business Overview 
11.9.3 Dairy Farmers of America Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.9.4 Dairy Farmers of America Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.9.5 Dairy Farmers of America Recent Development 
11.10 Daiya Foods 
11.10.1 Daiya Foods Company Details 
11.10.2 Company Business Overview 
11.10.3 Daiya Foods Cheese Shreds Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.10.4 Daiya Foods Cheese Shreds Products Offered 
11.10.5 Daiya Foods Recent Development 
11.11 Associated Milk Producers 
11.12 Sargento 
11.13 Bright Dairy 
11.14 Yili 
11.15 Mengniu Dairy

Buy Now @



Contact Us: Sales@Wiseguyreports.Com Ph: +1-646-845-9349 (Us)  Ph: +44 208 133 9349 (Uk)

646-845-9349 (US), +44 208 133 9349 (UK)
email us here
["facebook", "twitter", "google", "linkedin"]
{"facebook"=>"", "twitter"=>"", "google"=>"", "linkedin"=>""}

Source: EIN Presswire

Abraham Kiswani shares his love of scuba as the world's top-rated diving destinations are announced

Abraham Kiswani

BURBANK, ILLINOIS, USA, April 15, 2019 / — Professional security contractor Abraham Kiswani pours over this year's Scuba Diving Magazine Readers Choice Awards as the world's best-rated diving destinations are revealed.

A licensed security contractor for more than 20 years, Illinois-based Abraham Kiswani is also an avid and experienced scuba diver. With this year's Scuba Diving Magazine Readers Choice Awards recently revealing the world's best-rated scuba diving destinations, Kiswani takes a closer look at the results.

"Thousands of Scuba Diving Magazine subscribers and web users volunteered their experiences at destinations deemed exceptional for scuba diving around the world," explains Kiswani. Readers made selections in a number of diving classifications and across a variety of categories including advanced diving, shore diving, wreck diving, and more, according to the security sector professional.

Scuba Diving Magazine's website goes on to reveal that final scores consist of an average of the numerical totals awarded, with a set number of responses needed for a diving destination to be included.

"Arguably topping the rankings for the world's best overall place to dive is Mexico, which came out first among diving sites in the Caribbean and Atlantic," Kiswani reveals. Hawaii, meanwhile, he goes on to point out, topped the Indian Ocean, Pacific, and Red Sea vote, while Florida Keys came out on top in the U.S. and Canada rankings.

Focused solely on wreck diving, the British Virgin Islands, Truk Lagoon, and the Great Lakes region rated highest across the Caribbean and Atlantic, the Indian Ocean, Pacific, and Red Sea, and the U.S. and Canada respectively according to Kiswani. "In terms of diving for animal life, the Bahamas, Galapagos, and Florida all topped their respective categories," he adds.

The Scuba Diving Magazine Readers Choice Awards further rated the Cayman Islands, Galapagos, and Florida top for advanced diving, and the Bay Islands, Hawaii, and Florida Keys best for beginner diving.

"Lastly, for shore diving," adds Abraham Kiswani, wrapping up, "it was Bonaire, Hawaii, and Florida, again, which topped the charts across the Caribbean and Atlantic, the Indian Ocean, Pacific, and Red Sea, and the U.S. and Canada in that order."

Further to his love of scuba diving, certified security contractor Abraham Kiswani is also a keen supporter of several charities and other good causes including the Tuskegee NEXT project. A graduate of Alan B. Shepard High School in Palos Heights, Kiswani is today based in Burbank, Illinois, around 15 miles southwest of Chicago. Also embarking on becoming a licensed private investigator, Kiswani's other personal interests include cooking, movie memorabilia collecting, antique muscle cars, skydiving, sailing, and softball.

Caroline Hunter
Web Presence, LLC
+1 7865519491
email us here

Source: EIN Presswire

SHI Macrobiotics Announces Next On-Site Residential Advanced Macrobiotic Course

Macrobiotic On-Site Residential Course

Susan Waxman Cooking Lesson

Denny Waxman Macrobiotic Event

Macrobiotic Event Planned For May 29 – June 2

PHILADELPHIA, PA, UNITED STATES, April 9, 2019 / — SHI Macrobiotics, also known as the Strengthening Health Institute, is excited to announce their next On-Site Residential Advanced Macrobiotic Course event this spring. The event will be held at the St. Raphaela Center in Haverford, Pennsylvania from May 29-June 2.

Macrobiotic Event Description
SHI’s On-Site Advanced Macrobiotic Course gives those who follow a macrobiotic diet and lifestyle the opportunity to receive hands-on training with macrobiotic experts, Denny and Susan Waxman. Come relax, meet fellow students, and enjoy a retreat at St. Raphaela Center while improving macrobiotic practice. The Raphaela Center provides the perfect space for lectures, cooking lessons, and fun group activities.

$995 for commuters who do not require lodging.
$1,395 for one person with single-room lodging.
$2,172 for two people with double-room lodging.

-Group Lectures/Discussions with Denny Waxman
-Cooking Techniques & Classes with Susan Waxman
-Do-In Self-Massage
-Delicious meals prepared fresh every day
-Community Connection
-Learn SHI's unique approach to macrobiotics

-All classes and lodging will be held at the House of Hope, which accommodates 25
individuals! There are 10 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and plenty of living space for
relaxation and leisure. We encourage all participating in the retreat, to stay at the
House of Hope as it will create great synergy and connection!
-A shuttle is NOT INCLUDED to get to the retreat site.

For inquiries, SHI Macrobiotics asks that you contact the event organizer, Teron Meyers, at (215) 238-9212 or email him at

Teron Meyers
SHI Macrobiotics
+1 215-238-9212
email us here
Visit us on social media:

Source: EIN Presswire

Abraham Kiswani offers a brief history of Taser devices

Abraham Kiswani

Professional Taser trainer certified security contractor Abraham Kiswani provides a brief history of the so-called 'electronic control' devices.

BURBANK, ILLINOIS, USA, April 8, 2019 / — Certified to train both civilians and specialists in Taser usage, Illinois-based security contractor Abraham Kiswani, a professional hands-on Taser instructor for more than five years, takes a brief look back at the history of so-called 'electronic control' Taser devices, designed to facilitate neuromuscular incapacitation.

"Jack Cover, a NASA researcher, first began developing the Taser in 1969," explains Kiswani.

Within five years, and by 1974, aerospace scientist Cover had completed his initial version of the device, which he subsequently named after a book featuring his childhood hero, Tom Swift. 'Taser,' he has explained, is an acronym for 'Tom A. Swift Electric Rifle.'

"The book," Kiswani points out, "was Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle, published in 1911 and written by Victor Appleton, later revealed to be a house pseudonym of the so-called Stratemeyer Syndicate."

A handheld device designed to incapacitate an individual by delivering a 50,000-volt electric shock, the Taser, as devised by Jack Cover, fires two small darts, connected via thin, 11-meter-long wires to the device itself. The same device may also be used as a 'stun gun' when pressed directly against a target's body, administering an electric shock without the need to fire the darts.

"Despite common misconception, in the United States, a Taser is not considered a firearm, due to the fact that it employs compressed nitrogen to launch its pair of tethered electrode projectiles," reveals Kiswani.

This was not, however, always the case, and the original version of the Taser device used gunpowder as a propellant. It wasn't until the 1990s, says Kiswani, when, in 1993, inventor Jack Cover set about developing a new, more refined 'advanced' model utilizing compressed nitrogen—rather than much more volatile gunpowder—as a propellant. The 'advanced' model was successfully released a few years later.

"Around that time," Abraham Kiswani continues, "the Taser was introduced to members of U.S. law enforcement as a 'less lethal' alternative to so-called 'deadly force.'"

As of today, tens of thousands of law enforcement agency personnel in the United States carry Taser devices. The technology is also employed within the law enforcement fields in more than 40 further countries globally, according to Kiswani, who has now been a certified professional Taser instructor for over five years.

Throughout the United States and around the world, today hundreds of thousands of the devices have also been sold to private citizens.

Taser devices are legal to sell and own in 47 states, and Puerto Rico, with 'little to no restrictions,' according to the Taser brand. Often stylized as 'TASER,' Taser or TASER Self-Defense is a division of Axon Enterprise, Inc., a publicly traded company headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona.

A graduate of Alan B. Shepard High School in Palos Heights, certified security contractor Abraham Kiswani is today based in Burbank, Illinois, around 15 miles from the City of Chicago. The so-called 'Windy City,' Chicago is the most populous city in Illinois and the third most populous city in the United States. Also embarking on becoming a licensed private investigator, Kiswani's other personal interests include cooking, movie memorabilia collecting, and softball.

Caroline Hunter
Web Presence, LLC
+1 7865519491
email us here

Source: EIN Presswire