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 /EINPresswire.com/ — 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.

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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 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cheese Shreds Industry

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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 
Granarolo 
Saputo Cheese 
Fonterra Food 
Groupe Lactalis 
Bel Group 
Kraft 
Dairy Farmers of America 
Daiya Foods 
Associated Milk Producers 
Sargento 
Bright Dairy 
Yili 
Mengniu Dairy

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Market size by Product 

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

Market size by Region 
North America 
United States 
Canada 
Mexico 
Asia-Pacific 
China 
India 

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.

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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

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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

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

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BURBANK, ILLINOIS, USA, April 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — 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.

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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 /EINPresswire.com/ — 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.

Accommodations
$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.

Activities
-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

Inclusions
-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 info@shimacrobiotics.org.

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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 /EINPresswire.com/ — 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.

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Reasons to Hire an Attorney in the Age of the Internet, explained by Michael Avery, Esq.

Logo of The Avery Law Firm, Michael Avery, Virginia

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Michael Avery, attorney in Fairfax, Virginia

Michael Avery, attorney in Fairfax, Virginia

Office of lawyer Michael Avery in Virginia

Office of lawyer Michael Avery in Virginia

Michael L Avery, attorney Fairfax, Virginia

Michael L Avery, attorney Fairfax, Virginia

Michael L Avery Sr, lawyer in Fairfax, Virginia

Michael L Avery Sr, lawyer in Fairfax, Virginia

Are you wondering whether it’s necessary to hire an attorney or not, given legal information is online? Here are a few reasons, explained by Michael Avery, Esq.

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an average American spends almost 24 hours online in a week – this speaks volumes about our reliance on the Internet. Often people think the internet can replace individualized legal advice.”

— Michael L. Avery, attorney in Fairfax, Virginia

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, April 3, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — In today’s digital world, more and more people have become dependent on the internet. It has been estimated that more than half of the world’s population has access to this global computer network. Moreover, an average American spends almost 24 hours online in a week – this speaks volumes about our reliance on the Internet. Often people think the internet can replace individualized legal advice.

Attorney Michael Avery provides his input in a new article that is available on his blog, https://michaelaveryesq.law.blog

Since the internet has a wide range of answers to all kinds of questions, we find it no harm in consulting it when necessary. From a cooking recipe to how to mend a car to how to take legal action against a fraud – everything is available online. When it comes to legal matters, more and more people prefer to take help from Google or Yahoo now. All they have to do is simply type the issue on the search bar and they are presented with several ideas and solutions.

The question is – is this really the right way to go about it? Isn’t hiring an attorney more safe and reliable? Well, having an attorney to guide and explain legal matters may be a more sensible and smarter approach. In this article, we elucidate our point by discussing the importance of hiring an attorney in more detail.

1.Information on the Internet Can Be Misleading

As much as the internet is a wonderful place, it can be equally a bad one too. While the internet is a go-to source to attain information, it is likely that what you may come across on it is totally false. And there is no way to tally whether the information you are reading is correct or not. This can be a huge problem when trying to solve legal matters using the Internet.

If you are someone who has little to no knowledge about laws and how they work, the internet may not be an ideal space to seek legal guidance from. Trusting the world of the Internet a little too much can prove to be more harm than good. You may end up taking a step that you may regret later on. Therefore, reaching out to a renowned attorney will be the best way to go about it.

2. Law Can Be Too Complicated to Understand

At times, understanding law can be as difficult as understanding another language. No matter how simply the Internet has explained to you about law and its aspects, there are certain things that only a professional can enlighten you. Also, there are different areas of law and each of them has varying rules. It can be complicated to wrap your head around unless you have an attorney in front of you to guide you.

Hiring an attorney will also give you an opportunity to question them on the spot without having to do additional research online. Imagine how much time you will end up saving by simply hiring an attorney.

3. Attorneys Can Work on Legal Documents More Efficiently

When you are preparing for a case or going to court proceedings, you will need to file paperwork at some point in time. If you are doing your legal work all by yourself, being a novice, you may face common problems. Preparing proper paperwork is a task of a professional or an experienced person as they are aware of the specifics required for the case.

In addition to having the knowledge of all the specifics, you will also have to understand the protocols necessary for your documents. You may look it up online to seek guidance on how to prepare your necessary paperwork. But doing so can be extremely time-consuming and taxing. A far better alternative is to hire an attorney that can assist you with your paperwork and get it done with it in a short span of time.

4. Attorneys Can Help You Escape Problems

Your hired attorney will always advise you on how to move forward with legal matters to avoid issues down the line. To ensure that you don’t face any legal fiasco, your attorney will help you in understanding all the aspects of your contract and what steps you need to take to avoid getting into hot water.

Considering these reasons, it is always ideal to consult an attorney, especially when you are starting your own business, selling or buying a property, managing wills, hoping to recover damage to your personal property, etc.

Michael L. Avery, Sr.

Michael Leon Avery, Sr., personal injury attorney in Fairfax, Virginia. Michael Avery has over 20 years of experience in advocating for clients who have been injured in a wide array of accidents—from car and truck accidents to bicycle crashes to accidents caused by drunk drivers. He became a lawyer after a distinguished career in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Practice Areas include:
* Auto Crashes
* Vehicle Rollovers
* Motor Vehicle Fatal Injuries
* Commercial Vehicle Accidents
* Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist
* Claims
* Distracted Driver Accidents
* Road Rage
* Truck Accidents
* Hit-and-Run Accidents
* DUI Accidents
* Passenger Injuries
* Motorcycle Accidents
* Bicycle Accidents
* Pedestrian Accidents
* Slip and Fall
* Personal Injury

References

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AlgEternal Technologies joins Algae Biomass Organization as Newest Platinum Member; CEO, David Ramjohn, joins ABO Board

AlgEternal Technologies, LLC

AlgEternal’s logo represents microalgae as powerful, natural, sustainable microfactories.

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Don’t just treat your soil; Agtivate your soil!

AlgEternal Technologies, LLC of La Grange, Texas, USA, grows microalgae in their patented Vertical Photobioreactors targeting non-fuel products and services.

People always ask 'what do you do?'; I always answer: 'we grow pond scum!' We make the fabulous AlgAllure AlgaRiche Skin Care Collection and effective Agtivate Soil Amendment from amazing pond scum!”

— David D. Ramjohn

LA GRANGE, TX, US, April 1, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — AlgEternal Technologies, LLC, a producer of high-value products from microalgae, has joined the Algae Biomass Organization (ABO), the trade association for the algae industry, as the group’s latest platinum-level member. David Ramjohn, Chief Executive Officer of AlgEternal, also took a seat on ABO’s Board of Directors. Ramjohn has been an individual member of the ABO since 2013 and, as CEO of AlgEternal, envisions enormous benefits from the new corporate membership.

“AlgEternal intends to create sustainable, highly profitable, economic activity in several multi-billion dollar markets, and recognizes the value of participating in a trade organization that shares a big vision for the future of algae farming and product development,” said Ramjohn. “We look forward to contributing to the ABO’s efforts in legislation and policy development and public awareness, thereby creating opportunities for algae farming to become a source of superior environmentally-friendly products and services, economic security and global sustainability. I encourage all algae businesses to join the ABO; add your voices to the clarion call for this emerging industry that has the potential to effect a step-change for humankind.”

AlgEternal Technologies LLC, based in La Grange, Texas, is a vertically-integrated producer of high-value products from microalgae. AlgEternal grows microalgae in its patented photobioreactor (PBR) technology: the “Vertical Growth Module™” (VGM™), which allows controlled production of microalgae at commercial scale. The company seeks to systematically apply microalgae as a sustainable, integrated solution to the major existing and emerging issues facing the world, e.g. soil depletion, food production, global warming and climate change, water treatment, and the replacement of petroleum as a feedstock for non-fuel products, with greater environmental, social, and economic benefits.

"People always ask 'what do you do?'; I always answer: 'we grow pond scum!'" says Ramjohn; "we make the fabulous AlgAllure AlgaRiche Skin Care Collection and effective Agtivate Soil Amendment from amazing pond scum!" AlgEternal has entered the algae-based products markets with two products: the AlgAllure® AlgaRiche® Skin Care Collection containing PhycoDerm®; and Agtivate™ Soil Amendment. Both products receive excellent user reviews and are made using microalgae and microalgae extracts grown and harvested by AlgEternal at its La Grange, TX, facility.

“AlgEternal has rapidly become one of the leading companies producing a new generation of innovative and high-performing products from microalgae,” said Mark Allen, Chair of ABO’s Board of Directors and Vice President of Integrated Carbon Solutions at Accelergy Corporation. “They are an invaluable addition to the momentum behind ABO’s efforts to develop this new kind of agriculture, and all of the advantages it can bring.”

AlgEternal joins ABO as dozens of new products made possible by commercial algae production are entering consumer and industrial markets. New algae technologies have allowed for innovations in sustainable animal protein alternatives, cooking oils, nutritional supplements, cosmetics and skin care, aquaculture and animal feeds, soil amendments, fertilizers, clothing and footwear, sports equipment, water treatment, biofuels and much more. The ability for algae to grow rapidly, ease pressures on water and land use, and absorb millions of tons of industrial carbon dioxide contribute to improving the sustainability of a wide diversity of products and services.

The growth in multiple markets has helped ABO coordinate a dramatic increase in support for this new industry. Recent legislation has improved federal support for algae agriculture, and new investments are being made in production and new product development.

Dozens of these new products and other industry milestones will be featured at ABO’s annual Algae Biomass Summit, being held in Orlando, Florida, September 16-19, 2019.

About AlgEternal Technologies, LLC
AlgEternal Technologies is an early stage company with patented technology for growing microalgae at scale. Operating as a Conscious Capitalism Company, focused on demonstrating the application of microalgae to solving significant human challenges such as: sustainable agriculture; water, air and soil pollution; and climate change. AlgEternal believes that the algae industry is critical to sustainable, ecocentric, circular economic activity while keeping planet Earth hospitable to humans. Learn more at www.algeternal.com; www.agtivate.com; or www.algallure.com. Follow AlgEternal on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/algeternaltechnologies/.

About the Algae Biomass Organization
The Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit whose mission is to promote the development of viable commercial markets for renewable and sustainable commodities derived from algae. Its membership is comprised of people, companies and organizations across the value chain. More information about ABO, including its leadership, membership, costs, benefits and members and their affiliations, is available at the website: www.algaebiomass.org.

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Mining Waste Management Market 2019 Global Share, Demand, Trend, Technology, Growth and Forecast to 2024

Wiseguyreports.Com Added New Market Research Report On -“Mining Waste Management Market 2019 Key Players, Segmentation, Industry and Demand Forecast to 2024 ”.

PUNE, MH, INDIA, March 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Global Mining Waste Management Market

WiseGuyRerports.com Presents “Global Mining Waste Management Market 2018 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023” New Document to its Studies Database. The Report Contain 132 Pages With Detailed Analysis.

Description

The increasing demand for metal & minerals from the automotive industry, the development of various infrastructures, the growing global power & energy sector, and increasing environmental concerns are expected to drive the mining waste management market in the coming years.

Scope of the Report:

This report focuses on the Mining Waste Management in global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application.

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The worldwide market for Mining Waste Management is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly xx% over the next five years, will reach xx million US$ in 2023, from xx million US$ in 2017, according to a new GIR (Global Info Research) study.

Market Segment by Manufacturers, this report covers

AMEC Foster Wheeler

Ausenco

Enviroserv

Interwaste Holdings

Veolia Environnement

Golder Associates

Hatch

Teck

Tetra Tech

Toxfree Solutions

Market Segment by Regions, regional analysis covers

North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)

Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)

Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)

Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Market Segment by Type, covers

Surface

Underground

Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into

Thermal Coal

Cooking Coal

Iron Ore

Gold

Copper

Nickel

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Table of Contents -Major Key Points

1 Market Overview

1.1 Mining Waste Management Introduction

1.2 Market Analysis by Type

1.2.1 Surface

1.2.2 Underground

1.3 Market Analysis by Applications

1.3.1 Thermal Coal

1.3.2 Cooking Coal

1.3.3 Iron Ore

1.3.4 Gold

1.3.5 Copper

1.3.6 Nickel

1.4 Market Analysis by Regions

1.4.1 North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)

1.4.1.1 United States Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.1.2 Canada Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.1.3 Mexico Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.2 Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)

1.4.2.1 Germany Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.2.2 France Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.2.3 UK Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.2.4 Russia Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.2.5 Italy Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.3 Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

1.4.3.1 China Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.3.2 Japan Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.3.3 Korea Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.3.4 India Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.3.5 Southeast Asia Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.4 South America, Middle East and Africa

1.4.4.1 Brazil Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.4.2 Egypt Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.4.3 Saudi Arabia Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.4.4 South Africa Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.4.4.5 Nigeria Market States and Outlook (2013-2023)

1.5 Market Dynamics

1.5.1 Market Opportunities

1.5.2 Market Risk

1.5.3 Market Driving Force

2 Manufacturers Profiles

2.1 AMEC Foster Wheeler

2.1.1 Business Overview

2.1.2 Mining Waste Management Type and Applications

2.1.2.1 Product A

2.1.2.2 Product B

2.1.3 AMEC Foster Wheeler Mining Waste Management Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)

2.2 Ausenco

2.2.1 Business Overview

2.2.2 Mining Waste Management Type and Applications

2.2.2.1 Product A

2.2.2.2 Product B

2.2.3 Ausenco Mining Waste Management Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)

2.3 Enviroserv

2.3.1 Business Overview

2.3.2 Mining Waste Management Type and Applications

2.3.2.1 Product A

2.3.2.2 Product B

2.3.3 Enviroserv Mining Waste Management Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)

2.4 Interwaste Holdings

2.4.1 Business Overview

2.4.2 Mining Waste Management Type and Applications

2.4.2.1 Product A

2.4.2.2 Product B

2.4.3 Interwaste Holdings Mining Waste Management Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)

2.5 Veolia Environnement

2.5.1 Business Overview

2.5.2 Mining Waste Management Type and Applications

2.5.2.1 Product A

2.5.2.2 Product B

2.5.3 Veolia Environnement Mining Waste Management Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017)

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Global Candy Market 2019: Size, Share, Demand, Trends, Growth and 2025 Forecast

New Study On “2018-2025 Candy Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, March 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Candy Industry

New Study On “2018-2025 Candy Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database

This report studies the global market size of Candy in key regions like North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Central & South America and Middle East & Africa, focuses on the consumption of Candy in these regions. 
This research report categorizes the global Candy market by players/brands, region, type and application. This report also studies the global market status, competition landscape, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels, distributors and Porter's Five Forces Analysis.

Candy is a confection that features sugar as a principal ingredient. 
The prime facets influencing the growth of the global candy market are the incessantly increasing expenditure capacity of consumers and growing urbanization. The growing target consumer base and product innovation is further expected to drive the growth of the global candy market. The majority of candies are made for children and the young population. The demand is basically driven by population growth, disposable income, and consumer tastes and preferences. Large multinational companies have a significant advantage over small and medium scale companies in terms of economies of scale in purchasing and manufacturing. 

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The various contributors involved in the value chain of Candy include manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, intermediaries, and customers. The key manufacturers in the Candy include 
Nestle 
DeMet’s Candy 
Mondeléz 
Mars 
Ferrara Candy 
Arcor 
August Storck 
Yildiz 
Grupo Bimbo 
Hershey 
Ferrero 
Meiji 
Perfetti Van Melle 
Haribo 
Lindt & Sprüngli 
Storck 
Yildiz 
Orion 
General Mills 
United Confectioners 
LOTTE Confectionery 
Morinaga 
Glico 
Crown Confectionery 
Cloetta

Market Size Split by Type 
Chocolate 
Sugar 
Gum 
Market Size Split by Application 
Snakes 
Cooking

Market size split by Region 
North America 
United States 

The study objectives of this report are: 
To study and analyze the global Candy market size (value & volume) by company, key regions/countries, products and application, history data from 2013 to 2017, and forecast to 2025. 
To understand the structure of Candy 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 Candy manufacturers, to define, describe and analyze the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years. 
To analyze the Candy with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market. 
To project the value and volume of Candy submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries). 
To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market. 
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

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Some Major Points from Table of content:

1 Study Coverage 
1.1 Candy Product 
1.2 Key Market Segments 
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered 
1.4 Market by Type 
1.4.1 Global Candy Market Size Growth Rate by Type 
1.4.2 Chocolate 
1.4.3 Sugar 
1.4.4 Gum 
1.5 Market by Application 
1.5.1 Global Candy Market Size Growth Rate by Application 
1.5.2 Snakes 
1.5.3 Cooking 
1.6 Study Objectives 
1.7 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary 
2.1 Global Candy Market Size 
2.1.1 Global Candy Revenue 2016-2025 
2.1.2 Global Candy Sales 2016-2025 
2.2 Candy Growth Rate by Regions 
2.2.1 Global Candy Sales by Regions 
2.2.2 Global Candy Revenue by Regions

11 Company Profiles 
11.1 Nestle 
11.1.1 Nestle Company Details 
11.1.2 Company Description 
11.1.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.1.4 Candy Product Description 
11.1.5 Recent Development 
11.2 DeMet’s Candy 
11.2.1 DeMet’s Candy Company Details 
11.2.2 Company Description 
11.2.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.2.4 Candy Product Description 
11.2.5 Recent Development 
11.3 Mondeléz 
11.3.1 Mondeléz Company Details 
11.3.2 Company Description 
11.3.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.3.4 Candy Product Description 
11.3.5 Recent Development 
11.4 Mars 
11.4.1 Mars Company Details 
11.4.2 Company Description 
11.4.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.4.4 Candy Product Description 
11.4.5 Recent Development 
11.5 Ferrara Candy 
11.5.1 Ferrara Candy Company Details 
11.5.2 Company Description 
11.5.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.5.4 Candy Product Description 
11.5.5 Recent Development 
11.6 Arcor 
11.6.1 Arcor Company Details 
11.6.2 Company Description 
11.6.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.6.4 Candy Product Description 
11.6.5 Recent Development 
11.7 August Storck 
11.7.1 August Storck Company Details 
11.7.2 Company Description 
11.7.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.7.4 Candy Product Description 
11.7.5 Recent Development 
11.8 Yildiz 
11.8.1 Yildiz Company Details 
11.8.2 Company Description 
11.8.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.8.4 Candy Product Description 
11.8.5 Recent Development 
11.9 Grupo Bimbo 
11.9.1 Grupo Bimbo Company Details 
11.9.2 Company Description 
11.9.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.9.4 Candy Product Description 
11.9.5 Recent Development 
11.10 Hershey 
11.10.1 Hershey Company Details 
11.10.2 Company Description 
11.10.3 Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin of Candy 
11.10.4 Candy Product Description 
11.10.5 Recent Development 
11.11 Ferrero 
11.12 Meiji 
11.13 Perfetti Van Melle 
11.14 Haribo 
11.15 Lindt & Sprüngli 
11.16 Storck 
11.17 Yildiz 
11.18 Orion 
11.19 General Mills 
11.20 United Confectioners 
11.21 LOTTE Confectionery 
11.22 Morinaga 
11.23 Glico 
11.24 Crown Confectionery 
11.25 Cloetta

Continued…..

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Lithograph on paper signed by Native American artist T.C. Cannon brings $12,500 at Holabird's Wigwam Auction, March 7-11

T C Cannon

Spectacular lithograph on paper signed by the important Native American artist Tommy Wayne (“T.C.”) Cannon (1946-1978), titled Waiting for the Bus, Andarko Princess ($12,500).

Ancient basket

Large, historical and possibly ancient cooking basket, 15 inches in diameter, not ceremonial, used for everyday cooking, found in northwest Nevada 50 years ago, never buried ($3,125).

Mono Basket

Large, circa 1900-1910 Mono basket, 19 ½ inches tall, intended for utility or cooking but never used and probably made for sale to the Anglo market, displaying zig-zag patterns ($2,625).

Squash Blossom

Outstanding vintage Navajo Squash Blossom necklace boasting 16 beautiful turquoise nuggets from the #8 mine in Eureka county, Nevada ($2,500).

Harmony Borax

1884 stock certificate for the Harmony Borax Mining Company (Death Valley, Calif.), early #23 for 18 shares, issued to a Mr. William T. Coleman, with signatures ($2,500).

The Wigwam Auction – a celebration of the country’s Great Basin Native American heritage – was held by Holabird Western Americana Collections in Reno, Nevada.

RENO, NV, UNITED STATES, March 28, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A spectacular lithograph on paper signed by the important Native American artist Tommy Wayne (“T.C.”) Cannon (1946-1978), titled Waiting for the Bus, Andarko Princess, sold for $12,500 at a five-day Wigwam Auction – a celebration of the country’s Great Basin Native American heritage – held March 7th-11th by Holabird Western Americana Collections in Reno.

The auction was conducted in Holabird’s gallery located at 3555 Airway Drive (Suite #308) in Reno, as well as online via iCollector.com and Invaluable.com. Headlining the event was the Moe and Mary Royels Great Basin Wigwam Collection. The items in the Royels’ collections reflect the rich history the state of Nevada enjoys in the unique place known as the Great Basin.

The Wigwam Collection is a fantastic array of Native American collectibles, art and artifacts. A number of items (mainly dresses) were made especially for Mary Royels, plus a few for Moe, by local Paiute friends. The collections included baby baskets, beaded baskets, art depicting early man in the Great Basin by William Moore, stone artifacts, moccasins and stone projectile points.

The T.C. Cannon litho, from 1978, was the auction’s top lot. Depicting a woman seated on a bench waiting for a bus, it was signed, numbered (#24/125) and embossed by the artist. The print was housed in a double mat frame, 37 inches by 30 inches. Another litho of the same work is on display at the Smithsonian Institute. Cannon, from Oklahoma, was a member of the Kiowa Tribe.

Day 1, on Thursday, March 7th, featured rare vintage bottles (165 lots); saloon items (9 lots); cowboy collectibles (34 lots); firearms and weaponry (26 lots); gaming collectibles (10 lots); and numismatic items, to include books, checks, coins, dies, ephemera, medals, “so-called” dollars, tokens and more. Over 500 lots – a full auction by itself – crossed the auction block on Day 1.

Day 2, March 8th, was packed with 550 lots of Americana, to include advertising, art, books and directories, calendars, Gold Rush, postal history, militaria, political lots, Wells Fargo & Express, silverware, flatware, non-mining stock certificates, toys and World’s Fair. A group of ten orange Republic of China 6% two-year secured gold loan treasury notes from 1919 gaveled for $6,562.

Day 3, March 9th, contained Part 1 of the Native Americana, to include artwork, apparel, gloves, moccasins, accessories, jewelry, trade beads, artifacts, pipes, dies and baby baskets. Also sold that day were 52 lots of artwork (including the T.C. Cannon litho), for a grand total of 604 lots.

Day 3 included an outstanding vintage Navajo Squash Blossom necklace boasting 16 beautiful turquoise nuggets from the #8 mine in Eureka county, Nevada ($2,500); and a high-quality serigraph by Franz Scholder, titled Indian with a Gun, #49/80, artist signed and 22 inches by 33 inches ($1,875). Scholder’s artwork is distinctive, colorful and very popular among collectors.

Day 4, on Sunday, March 10th, featured Part 2 of the Native Americana, to include pottery, baskets, dolls, books, photographs, postcards, rugs and weavings, ephemera and collectibles. Also offered were transportation (244 lots) and railroadiana (184 lots) – 301 total lots in all.

Day 4 featured a large, historical and possibly ancient cooking basket, 15 inches in diameter, not ceremonial, used for everyday cooking, found in northwest Nevada 50 years ago, never buried ($3,125); and a hand-woven Navajo rug with a tribal design, 39 ½ inches by 44 inches, made by America’s Natives from the Russell Foutz Indian Room in Farmington, New Mexico ($2,875).

A collection of 40 red Imperial Chinese government railway 100-pound bonds, issued in 1911 by the Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp. in London, hammered for $2,625. Also, an unissued, unsigned and uncancelled first mortgage 10% gold loan in the amount of $500 for the Gilpin County (Colo.) Tram Railway Co., with all ten coupons, printed circa 1871-1873, made $1,625.

A large, circa 1900-1910 Mono basket, 19 ½ inches tall, intended for utility or cooking but never used and probably made for sale to the Anglo market, displaying zig-zag patterns and classic Paiute four bi-symmetric starts, achieved $2,625; and a historic and possibly ancient flat cooking basket, 25 inches in diameter, possibly from Steamboat or McDermott (N.D.) realized $1,875.

A large, circa 1900 winnowing basket, 28 ½ inches long by 21 ½ inches wide, with open basket twining, utilitarian (but never utilized), a pine nut harvest relic from the Great Basin, finished at $1,750. Also, a camp-size, vintage Washoe water pack basket “Tus” in a sacred red ochre color, 20 inches tall, 12 inches diameter, with close twined willow and hemp handles, reached $2,000.

Day 5, on Monday, March 11th, will be dedicated to minerals (13 lots) and mining collectibles (578 lots). The mining portion will contain artifacts and assay, books, explosives, maps, mine lighting, signs, spoons, mining stocks, ephemera and collectibles – a dream day for collectors.

Top lots from Day 5 included a lavish hardcover prospectus ad accompanying map for the Keystone Silver Mining Company in Reese River, Nevada, from 1865, in pristine condition ($2,000); and an 1884 stock certificate for the Harmony Borax Mining Company (Death Valley, Calif.), early #23 for 18 shares, issued to a Mr. William T. Coleman, with signatures ($2,500).

Anyone owning a collection that might fit into an upcoming Holabird Western Americana Collections auction is encouraged to get in touch. The firm travels extensively throughout the U.S., to see and pick up collections. Last year it visited Boston, Florida, Seattle and New York.

Holabird Western Americana is always seeking quality bottle, advertising, Americana and coin consignments for future auctions. To consign a single piece or a collection, call Fred Holabird at 775-851-1859 or 844-492-2766; or, you can e-mail him at fredholabird@gmail.com. To learn more about Holabird Western Americana and the firm’s upcoming events, please visit www.fhwac.com.

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Holabird Western Americana Collections
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