PrimeHangout, New Social Media, Life Changing and 100% Minority Owned Is Here and Now Available for Your Enjoyment

Exclusive Technologies and Greater Innovative ideas

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, July 8, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The current new normal around the world prompted and inspired the re-emergence of PrimeHangout a 100% minority owned social media positioned to successfully compete through amazing creativity and innovation. Here it is, new, free and life transforming social media developed for all fun-loving people of the world, Dr. Henry I. Balogun Founder/CEO announced. “Slide over Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, there is a new great place to hangout, enjoy and grow like never before! It is a unique playground for adult to connect, communicate one-on-one or in group, broadcast messages, inspire one another, share photos, show creativity and make extra income.” Within the PrimeHangout social media platform are the following incredible technologies among many:

• Smart Classified, otherwise known as sClassified© is a new technology designed to seek out employment opportunities for you while you’re busy with other aspect of your live. While you are having dinner, doing gardening, napping, watching sporting event, walking your dog, enjoying an evening stroll with your loved one, or doing just about anything you like, sClassified© is designed to go job hunting for you said Dr. Balogun. “Traditional way of looking for a job is to search for it. sClassified© is out to reverse that tradition and this is no longer a plan. It is done. From now on, available jobs are going to be looking for qualified candidates. Our goal is to make it easier for anyone interested in employment to find one.” sClassified© comes with the kind of automation and screening process only technology can deliver and this is just the beginning.

• PrimeHangout Mall –physically showing up at the mall has been a great way to shop. You now have additional option. You can now hit the mall virtually, from anywhere, using any device. The new real virtual mall developed as an integral part of a social network is now open for business, Dr. Balogun emphasized. “PrimeHangout enables individuals as well as existing retailers to open stores and sell to millions of people virtually. There is simply nothing like it – a real mall where you can open a real store, sell real products and make real money.”

• Transparency™ – the time has come to help students from elementary school to high school and possibly beyond in their quest for academic excellence, declared by Dr. Balogun. "No child should suffer and struggle quietly with learning problems, hence the development of Transparency™, What is Transparency™? Transparency™ is a free tool designed to transform learning. If you are a teacher, Transparency™ is designed to reduce frustration associated with teaching a child who is running away from learning due to difficulties in comprehension. Transparency™ provides an open door to a child struggling with whatever subject – math, science or any subject. Transparency™ is a free new ally designed to reduce whatever stigma associated with learning difficulties. Teachers from any school enrolled in the Transparency™ program would be able to post homework along with any specific instructions. Students would immediately have access to the homework posted by their teachers. Parents of students in the enrolled school would receive notifications and access to the same homework their children have access to. Any child who is in need of help should be able to find mentors. Those who would like to step forward and help as mentors are encouraged to register to assist.

What you see or have access to within the PrimeHangout platform depend on who you are and your login credential. PrimeHangout provides helpful and growth oriented interconnected web of technologies within a social media and this is just the beginning There is nothing like this. PrimeHangout takes social networking to a new height. You’ve got to experience it to believe it. We are still work in progress. Go to www.primehangout.com to register and invite as many people as possible (friends, family members, co-workers, including businesses, religious organizations and fellow members of the same congregation) to also register and experience the amazing benefits of PrimeHangout.

We are asking the media (Television, Radio, News Papers, Magazines, etc) to give us equal attention, equal coverage and equal exposure as accorded Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Finally, we are asking investors to check us out for possible investment. We are ready to continue to innovate, improve and grow as God would grant us the opportunity to do so. Come in and hangout with us for a rewarding experience.

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Taste Canada Awards Announce the 2020 Shortlist

English Books Shortlist

French Language Books Shortlist

2020 Shortlist Hosts

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, June 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a year where cookbooks have taken centre stage in the homes of Canadians across the country, it has never been more important to promote the incredible authors that share their recipes and traditions with our great nation. Can we count on you to share the love?

“Now, more than ever, people are cooking at home and taking culinary adventures in their very own kitchens. This is a tremendous opportunity to wave our Canadian flags in celebration of our talented Canadian authors and their outstanding cookbooks,” says Karen Baxter, Executive Director, Taste Canada.

Cookbooks remain a very large industry in Canada. Did you know that in 2019, according to BookNet, the total units of print books sold in Canada in the “cooking” subject category amounted to at least 1.6 million, for a total value of $38 million? Shout it from every kitchen across the country, Canadians love cookbooks!

Each year, Taste Canada presents awards to some of the best food and beverage authors in both official languages. The jury is comprised of volunteers from Canada’s culinary profession appointed by an independent selection committee.

Now in its 23rd year, the Taste Canada Awards / Les Lauréats des Saveurs du Canada (tastecanada.org) announced the shortlist of cookbooks competing for a coveted culinary writing award as well as the virtual gala hosts. Eighty-six cookbooks entered the competition, featuring authors from 7 provinces. The shortlist narrowed the competition to 5 entries per category, featuring authors from 6 provinces.

2020 SHORTLIST

English-Language Books / Les livres langue anglaise

Culinary Narratives

Chop Suey Nation by Ann Hui, Douglas & McIntyre, Madeira Park
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Gardening with Emma: Grow and Have Fun: A Kid-to-Kid Guide by Emma Biggs and Steven Biggs, Storey Publishing (Thomas Allen & Son), Markham
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Island Craft: Your Guide to the Breweries of Vancouver Island by Jon Stott, TouchWood Editions, Victoria
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Lost Feast: Culinary Extinction and the Future of Food by Lenore Newman, ECW Press, Toronto
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Pepper: A Guide to the World's Favourite Spice by Joe Barth, Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, MD

General Cookbooks

Duchess at Home by Giselle Courteau, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver
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Gather: A Dirty Apron Cookbook by David Robertson and Kerry Gold, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver
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Fraiche Food, Full Hearts: A Collection of Recipes for Every Day and Casual Celebrations by Jillian Harris and Tori Wesszer, Penguin Canada, Toronto
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Let Me Feed You by Rosie Daykin, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver
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Olive + Gourmando The Cookbook by Dyan Solomon, Ko Média, Montréal

Regional/Cultural Cookbooks

Burdock & Co by Andrea Carlson, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver
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Cedar and Salt: Vancouver Island Recipes from Forest, Farm, Field, and Sea by DL Acken and Emily Lycopolus, TouchWood Editions, Victoria
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Coconut Lagoon: Recipes from a South Indian Kitchen by Joe Thottungal and Anne DesBrisay, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver
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Secrets from My Vietnamese Kitchen by Kim Thúy, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver
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Wildness: An Ode to Newfoundland and Labrador by Jeremy Charles, Phaidon, New York, NY

Single-Subject Cookbooks

Dirty Food: sticky, saucy, gooey, crumbly, messy, shareable food by Julie Van Rosendaal, Author/Dinner with Julie, Calgary
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Living High Off the Hog by Michael Olson, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver
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Modern Lunch by Allison Day, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver
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Oven to Table: Over 100 One-Pot and One-Pan Recipes for Your Sheet Pan, Skillet, Dutch Oven, and More by Jan Scott, Penguin Canada, Toronto
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Vegetables First by Ricardo Larrivée, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Health and Special Diet Cookbooks

Eat More Plants: Over 100 Anti-Inflammatory, Plant-Based Recipes for Vibrant Living by Desiree Nielsen, Penguin Canada, Toronto
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Peace, Love and Fibre by Mairlyn Smith, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver
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Sprout Right Family Food: Good Nutrition and Over 130 Simple Recipes for Baby, Toddler, and the Whole Family by Lianne Phillipson, Penguin Canada, Toronto
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The Living Kitchen by Tamara Green and Sarah Grossman, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver
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The Long Table Cook Book, Plant-Based Recipes for Optimal Health by Amy Symington, Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver

Les livres langue française / French-Language Books

Les narrations culinaires

L'avenir est dans le champ par Marie-Claude Lortie et Jean-Martin Fortier, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal
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Le goût de la bière fermière – De la tradition à l’innovation locale et écoresponsable par Martin Thibault, Druide, Montréal
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Lexique français-anglais de la cuisine et de la restauration par Diana Bruno, Centre collégial de développement de matériel didactique [CCDMD], Montréal
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Mieux conserver ses aliments pour moins gaspiller par Anne-Marie Desbiens, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal
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Oui, tout est permis par Hubert Cormier, Éditions la Semaine, Montréal

Livres de cuisine générale

Fiesta santé. Mes recettes et trucs pour commencer à bouger et être débordante d’énergie par Alexandra Diaz, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal
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Olive + Gourmando : Le livre de recettes par Dyan Soloman, KO Éditions, Montréal
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Soupers rapides par Geneviève O’Gleman, Groupe Sogides/Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal
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Survivre en appart par Rosalie Lessard, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal
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Végé gourmand par Linda Montpetit, Modus Vivendi, Montréal

Livres de cuisine régionale et culturelle

Ancora! par Maria Di Domenico, Auteur, Québec
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Défi des p'tits chefs – les recettes, Volume 3 par Béatrice Savoie-Frenette, Éditions Cardinal, Montréal
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FORÊT Identifier, cueillir, cuisiner par Ariane Paré Le Gal et Gérald Le Gal, Les Éditions Cardinal, Montréal
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Saveurs d'Acadie cuisine traditionnelle et d'aujourd'hui par Anne Godin et Amélie Poirier, Éditions LGO (La Grande Ourse limitée), Moncton
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Tables véganes – Menus d'ici et d'ailleurs par Élise Desaulniers et Patricia Martin, Trécarré, Montréal

Livres de cuisine sujet unique

Cuisine de pêche par Stéphane Modat, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal
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Déjeuners protéinés par Hubert Cormier, Éditions la Semaine, Montréal
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Food Prep pour repas improvisés par Jessika Langlois, Modus Vivendi, Montréal
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L'apéro au Québec cocktails locaux et de saison par Maxime Coubès et Rose Simard, KO Éditions, Montréal
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Parcours sucré par Patrice Demers, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

Livres de cuisineé et diète particulière

Comptoir végan par Gabrielle Cossette et Aurélie Lacroix, Parfum d'encre, Montréal
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Les bonnes choses : cuisine végane au fil du jour par Eline Bonnin, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal
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Loounie cuisine par Caroline Huard, KO Éditions, Montréal
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Mes grands classiques véganes – 100 nouvelles recettes véganes inspirées des classiques par Jean-Philippe Cyr, Les Éditions Cardinal, Montréal
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Savoir quoi manger – TDAH par Elisabeth Cerquiera, Modus Vivendi, Montréal

OUR HOSTS

The Taste Canada Awards shortlist announcement was delivered by Susanne Mikler and Chef Martin Juneau, renowned culinary icons.

SUSANNE MIKLER

Susanne Mikler is the co-founder of LC Liaison College I Culinary Arts, a facility that trains gourmet chefs in 10 campuses located throughout Southern Ontario and was recently ranked as the fourth best culinary arts school in the world by the Chef2Chef Culinary Portal.
A dynamic and visionary entrepreneur and a natural leader, Susanne is a graduate of Seneca College (Travel and Tourism Diploma Program) and attended the University of Waterloo (Undergraduate Program in Arts and Social Work).

In addition to her current duties as VP of Corporate Affairs for Liaison College, Susanne is past chair of the Board of Women in Food Industry Management. Committed to improving the culinary arts in Canada by mentoring chefs and chefs-in-training as well as someone who is generous with recognition and appreciation for her teams, she was nominated for an RBC Canadian Woman Entrepreneur in the Bell Trailblazer category (2006).

Susanne has also served as Ontario Director with the Canadian Chef Educators Association, chaired the Guelph Region chapter of Cuisine Canada, held positions with both the Ontario and National Association of Career Colleges and been a member of the National Accreditation Commission, among other roles.

She currently sits as a much-esteemed Director on the Taste Canada’s Board.

MARTIN JUNEAU

Co-owner of Pastaga, vins nature & restaurant (ranked 5th best new restaurant in Canada by EnRoute in 2012) and named best Canadian chef in 2011 during the Gold Medal Plates competition, Martin Juneau became known to the general public in as a judge of culinary reality TV Et que ça saute!, broadcast on V in 2011 and 2012. His inventive, eclectic and unpretentious cuisine is one of the most creative in the province. Very attached to Quebec's culinary traditions, he was the perfect person to lead Les Prix Juneau in 2014, where he traveled the roads of Quebec in search of the best recipes.

Since 2015, his plate has been full! We only have to think of Monsieur Crémeux, dairy bar (also a food truck), Le Petit Coin, a neighborhood grocery store, or even the Cul-Sec wine store, all located on Beaubien Street. Without forgetting the cafeteria-sandwich shop-co-working space, Tricot Principal, in the mile-ex, as well as Pastaga Boutique, located in the food court of the Rockland Center.

After 2 years at the helm of programs The Zeste menus by Martin Juneau and The Tag BBQ on the Zeste channel, Martin co-hosted Meilleur que le chef at Canal Vie, with Dany St-Pierre, as well as produced, developed and animated the Amuse-Bouches web-series with his wife Valérie Roberts.

His cooking career started in 1998 and led him to work at Lumière in Vancouver, at the Auberge de la Charme in Burgundy as well as in the most beautiful tables of Montreal: Le Club des Pins, Les Caprices by Nicolas, La Bastide, and Derrière les Fagots, before opening his first restaurant La Montée de Lait in 2005.

You can follow him on Instagram @martin_juneau and Martin Juneau on Facebook.

About Taste Canada

A champion of Canadian cookbooks, Taste Canada inspires and encourages readers at home and abroad to discover delicious recipes and diverse food stories written from a Canadian perspective. Taste Canada brings together Canadian food and beverage writers, publishers, chefs, restaurateurs, farmers, industry, post-secondary culinary colleges, media and cookbook fans, recognizing that food connects us all.
Taste Canada is a not-for-profit organization and remains sustainable due to the generous support and sponsorship received from industry partners.

Since 1998, Taste Canada has presented awards to the best Canadian food writers. The awards ceremony is going virtual this year, taking place on October 25, 2020. Additional information can be found at tastecanada.org.

Interviews with Karen Baxter, Executive Director, Taste Canada, or any of the authors on our shortlist can be facilitated. Contact Steven Hellmann, Taste Canada Publicist, at info@foodiesonfoot.ca with any requests.

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Nicholas Gerace Discusses the Benefits of Homeschooling

Nicholas Gerace highlighted some of the vital skills and life lessons that are more achievable through homeschooling.

LATHAM, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Impassioned about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Nicholas Gerace coaches this discipline to beginners, children, and teenagers, while also working as an AFAA personal trainer, bodybuilding coach, and master life coach. As a firm believer in holistic health, he is an outspoken advocate of the connection between physical and spiritual energy.

Nicholas has reviewed a handful of the valuable talking points that are common in homeschooling, yet consistently neglected in typical schooling systems. All of these lessons inspire mindfulness and are critical to a child's future.

Gardening

Implementing gardening into a homeschooling curriculum is incredibly helpful for a child's maturation and awareness, Nicholas Gerace says. Children are taught the responsibility of nurturing a plant, ensuring that it receives sufficient water and loads of sunshine. Gardening also stresses the importance of patience, as plants require time to grow into that picturesque finish that we initially conjure up in our minds. A child who engages in gardening discovers an abundance of health benefits, resulting from the fresh air, sunshine, and healthy eating habits. With regular time spent outdoors, children begin to understand the environmental issues plaguing our planet and it allows them to form a connection with the natural world.

Yoga

Yoga sessions give children the opportunity to experience breathing exercises, stretching, and relaxation in a home setting, Nicholas Gerace states. These routines are largely beneficial, both psychologically and physiologically, as children are encouraged to focus on thematic concepts, such as peace, respect, gratitude, and healthy living. Through visual imagery and relaxation, children are empowered to quiet the mind and body. Additionally, yoga concentrates on activities that form relationships by practicing compassion, respect, and support with others. It is a wonderful foundation to establish for children because, as they grow up, they are capable of expanding on these ideas, creating a deeper awareness.

Mental Health

Most schools fail to integrate mental health into the curriculum, Nicholas Gerace confirms, but homeschooling can be a highly effective source of mental health education. After learning about the topic of depression, children may use mindfulness and meditation when feelings of sadness are encountered. By beginning these lessons at an early age, it eliminates the notion that mental illness is an unspeakable subject and instead sparks their motivation to comprehend its potential impact on an individual. Being compassionate and understanding, children become better equipped to express genuine empathy to those who suffer from mental health problems.

Creativity

Schooling systems have a reputation for overlooking the creative side of a child, that special attribute which can produce magical thoughts. Although subjects like math and science might not seem to be the most ideal of creative outlets, truthfully, an astute teacher can stimulate children to think outside of the box in any circumstances. Unfortunately, the educational institutions and their guidelines often prevent these teachers from this process; however, homeschooling fosters a creative atmosphere throughout the day. Although academia is extremely vital, far too frequently, it falls substantially short of fostering and promoting creativity.

Self-Awareness

Teaching children to understand themselves to a greater extent, you allow them to discover their tendencies and adapt to various scenarios. Rather than forcing a child to learn in a specific manner, which the majority of educational institutions are guilty of, homeschooling modifies the approach to suit each student. Simply explaining why and how a child learns differently from the customary manner can produce a positive, helpful outcome. People who are increasingly self-aware tend to have a higher level of psychological health and a more favorable outlook on life.

Final Thoughts from Nicholas Gerace

Lastly, homeschooling teaches children the significance of resilience: the ability to respond and recover from problematic challenges. Life is filled with uncertainties and setbacks, but children can be better prepared for these experiences if they learn the power of resilience at a young age, says Nicholas Gerace. Protecting children from mistakes and the responsibility of responding constructively, you only hinder their growth. Whether it is unforeseen circumstances or a glaring error on the child's part, they need to realize how they can overcome these moments, particularly because it will make the next obstacle easier to overpower.

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Perlite Market 2020- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Segmentation, Trends and Forecast By 2026

A new market study, titled “Perlite Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, June 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary:
A new market study, titled “Perlite Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
Introduction
“Perlite Market”
This report presents a review of the “Perlite” market for the period 2020 to 2026. The purpose of the analysis is to identify the market sizes of the different segments and countries in previous years and to estimate the values for the next five years. The goal of the report is to integrate both the qualitative and quantitative aspects of the market concerning each of the regions and countries involved in the research. Moreover, the report also offers comprehensive information on key aspects, such as drivers and limiting factors, which will influence the future growth of the Perlite market.
Perlite is a naturally occurring amorphous, volcanic, siliceous rock with high water content. Upon heating sufficiently the water molecules are released, and perlite expands 4 to 20 times of its original volume imparting white colour to the material.
In addition, Perlite is used as an inorganic, inert and sterile. It naturally contains the different minerals which are essential for the growth of the plant. Being inorganic it is free from weeds, diseases, and pests.
Perlite has many commercial applications. Among which main uses are building, and constructions use, horticultural methods, filters, and filter aids. In gardening and horticulture, perlite is used for a number of reasons. Moreover, advancing use of perlite in gardening and horticulture is adding fuel to the growth of the market.
However, huge growth resulting in rapid urbanization, and the growing number of construction activities in developing countries and high investments in the sector such as building & construction are the key factors giving growth to the market however hazardous effects of Perlite is the major challenge to the market growth.

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Aegean Perlites SA, Bergama Perlite, Supreme Perlite Company, Genper Group, Perlite-Hellas., CHILLAGOE PERLITE PTY. LTD, Whittemore Company, Saudi Perlite Industries, Carolina Perlite Company, and Gulf Perlite LLC are among the few key operating players in the global perlite market.
The report provides a position on the competitive landscape of the Perlites market along with the new trends that penetrate the manufacturing space, with context to key players. The report sheds light on the many prominent vendors that contribute to the market, including both established and new players.

On Basis of Application:
On the basis of Application, the global perlite market is segmented into Construction products, Fillers, Horticulture Aggregates, Filtration & Process Aids, and Others. Among all the others, construction products dominated the segment in 2016. Factors, such as increasing use of perlite in lightweight insulation, plasters, mortars and ceiling tiles in the construction industry, these are the key driving factors which may fuel the demand over the forecast period.

By Geography:
Geographically, the global perlite market has been segmented into Asia-pacific,North America, Europe, and others. Among all the regions, Asia-Pacific is the largest consumer as well as producer of perlite owing to low regulatory bans and high demand from the construction industry, followed by North America and Europe after the recent slump is also adding up to the demand for perlite.
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Gardening Booms in 2020 – An interview with Tony Avent, Juniper Level Botanic Garden

Courtesy of Juniper Level Botanic Garden, Raleigh, North Carolina

Courtesy of Juniper Level Botanic Garden, Raleigh, North Carolina

Juniper Level Botanic Garden, a gift to NC State University, will open for public viewing two weekends this summer: July 10-12 and July 17-19.

RALEIGH, NC, USA, June 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — “Gardening is booming in all parts of the country, and nurseries have struggled to keep up with the unprecedented and unexpected demand,” said global plantsman, Tony Avent, founder and proprietor of Juniper Level Botanic Garden and Plant Delights Nursery in Raleigh.

“Gardening is a huge pastime in America, but no one was prepared for this. Nurseries are propagating as fast as they can and shipping as quickly as they can. People have reconnected with the earth, and every plant that goes into the ground pulls carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. That’s undoubtedly a good thing.

“I believe the bulk of the boom is coming from existing gardeners. However, at our open houses, we see a tremendous number of younger people, generations X, Y, and Z. They’re interested in connecting to nature and having a garden experience in a different way than their parents or grandparents, who were all about better living through chemicals. They’re learning to be more a part of nature, to garden more sustainably.

“Summer is an incredible time in the garden. At our open house, you’ll see a range of plants you’ve never seen. Many plants don’t emerge until mid-June, early July. People who don’t see the gardens in summer miss so many things. They miss many of our great native perennials in the Aster family – so many beautiful gold flowers.

“All the tropical-looking plants are at their peak in the summer months; the cannas, the elephant ears, so many of the aroids [love lilies], and all kinds of crazy things. These are at their peak in the garden, so we see a peak in sales of tropical-looking plants in the summer.

“Pollinators are also more active in the summer months; all the bees, the native bees, the honeybees, and the amazing wasps. Wasps are actually predators of many beetles, so you want them in your garden. Some gardeners are caught up in spraying every time they see an insect, but there are naturally balanced systems in place to take care of pests as long as your plants aren’t stressed. If you provide a sustainable environment, there is balance. When a pest arrives, another insect will take it out. The birds also dine on many problematic insects.

“Nature is fascinating, and there is no more active time than summer. Everything is fully at work. We invite you to bring your children to our open houses and teach your children; or, let us help you teach them. We have a full-time entomologist on staff to teach people about insects and how insects work in the garden. Maybe we can get away from the concept that bugs are bad – they are critical to our life and nature.

“In the summer, you’ll find a 25 to 30-degree difference just walking through sections of Juniper Level Botanic Garden. A garden is like a house. It has walls. It has ceilings. It has the floor. It has furniture, and it has decorations. But we often don’t think of the outside of our house like we do the inside. So, when you walk outside, if you have a ceiling, the trees, it's going to be much cooler in there. Some plants love that baking sun, other plants like to have the filtered light of the tree canopy.

“Many people also think you cannot plant in the summer, which is simply not true. The establishment time for a plant is so much faster in the summer months, and the watering time for new plants is much shorter. If you plant in the winter, you can get by with infrequent waterings, but if you plant in summer, you need to water every day. But the tradeoff is that you only have to water for a week or so before the plant is fully established.

“Gardening is about diversity. Hopefully, we’ve learned that we, as a society, are better with diversity. Gardens are the same way; we want everyone to have an incredibly diverse garden. That way, the garden has something for all the pollinators and something for every season for people to enjoy. That’s what we hope to show people when they come to visit.

“It’s also important for human society to share plants; it’s critical that we not allow plants to go extinct. The rarer a plant is, the more it should be shared. We believe in getting plants where they will thrive and become abundant.

“We’ve joined forces with NC State University and JC Raulston Arboretum because we have the same mission. Secure the plants, study the plants, propagate the plants, and share the plants. It’s so important to our society. Every plant has a place, and every plant has a purpose,” said Tony Avent.

Juniper Level Botanic Garden in Raleigh is a $7.5-million gift to North Carolina State University from Tony and Anita Avent. To contribute to the university’s endowment fund to maintain and open the garden year-round and in perpetuity for the public, click here.

Fundraising efforts for Juniper Level Botanic Garden in conjunction with JC Raulston Arboretum, operate under the auspices of The Endowment Fund of NC State University, a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax ID 56-6000756. Donors will receive an official receipt for contributions to the fund.

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LATEST CATALINA SHOPPING DATA SHOWS RETURN TO GREAT OUTDOORS THREE MONTHS AFTER COVID-19 OFFICIALLY DECLARED PANDEMIC

Number of Shopping Trips Remain Down, Basket Sizes Way Up

This data has proven to be beneficial for our retail and CPG customers when it comes to making informed marketing and supply chain decisions during this highly uncertain time.”

— Marta Cyhan, Catalina CMO

ST. PETERSBURG, FL, USA, June 18, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Three months after COVID-19 was officially declared a pandemic on March 11, and with virtually all states having reopened for business to various degrees, shopper intelligence leader Catalina continues to track the profound impact of the global health crisis on buying behavior across the U.S. Strong upticks in numerous categories show that millions of Americans, after many weeks of “sheltering in place,” are taking advantage of warmer weather to enjoy the great outdoors.

Even so, for the week ending June 13, 2020, shoppers continued making fewer trips to grocery and drug stores nationwide — while spending more per visit compared to the same period a year ago. Total sales dollars per store were up by an average of 9%, with basket sizes increasing by 25% over the prior year — even as the number of shopping trips declined by 13%.

This behavior first started to take root in mid-February when coronavirus concerns began to emerge in earnest across the country. Since that time, Catalina has been using its Buyer Intelligence Database to track sales data by state across 78 major grocery and drug categories, the results of which the company has been sharing via an interactive map. Per Catalina Chief Marketing Officer Marta Cyhan, “This data has proven to be beneficial for our retail and CPG customers when it comes to making informed marketing and supply chain decisions during this highly uncertain time.”

Strong-Selling Categories Nationwide Underscore Return to the Great Outdoors
With many Americans homebound for several weeks, there has been avid enthusiasm for getting back outdoors, as Catalina’s database attests. Camping supplies have surged by more than 80% as more people, still reluctant to board flights and check into hotels at this juncture, are planning road trips that involve sleeping under the stars.

Considering that millions of people have channeled their “inner chef” since the onset of the pandemic, it’s no wonder that barbecuing and campfires have become increasingly popular. Charcoal and lighter fluid sales were both up 26% respectively over the same period a year ago, with fire logs up 64%. Meanwhile, barbecue sauces were up 25%, and condiments showed a healthy increase (ketchup up 14%, mustard up 18%, and relishes up 14%). Paper, plastic and Styrofoam plates and bowls were up 23%.

With baking surging in popularity in recent months, it’s not surprising that creating s’mores over an open flame is delighting sweet lovers of all ages. Marshmallow sales were up 27 percent, while chocolate bar sales increased by 24% and graham crackers by 7%. And to help alleviate stress, millions of people have turned to gardening, with sales of potting soil and fertilizers up 41% — as well as to exercise, with sports drinks up 36%. Of course, being outside can have its downside: sales of insecticides and insect repellants were up 34% and 20% respectively. For the same period vs. a year ago, sunscreen and suntanning lotions and creams were up 16%.

About Catalina
Catalina is the market leader in shopper intelligence and highly targeted in-store and digital media that personalizes the shopper journey. Powered by the world's richest real-time shopper database, Catalina helps CPG brands, retailers and agencies optimize every stage of media planning, execution and measurement to deliver $6.1 billion in consumer value annually. Based in St. Petersburg, FL, Catalina has operations in the United States, Europe and Japan. To learn more, please visit www.catalina.com or follow us on Twitter @Catalina.

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Ride-on Mower Market Size to Reach Revenues of over $9 Billion by 2025 – Arizton

The global ride-on mower market size is expected to reach over $9 billion, growing at a CAGR of over 4% during the period 2020–2025.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In-depth analysis and data-driven insights on the impact of COVID-19 included in this global ride-on lawn mower market report

The global ride-on lawn mower market is expected grow at a CAGR of over 4% during the period 2020–2025.

Key Highlights Offered in the Report:
1. The global ride-on lawn mower market would realize an absolute growth of 30% – a leap over $2.15 billion revenue between 2019 and 2025.
2. Buoyed by the demand from the residential segment and increasing number individual residentials and landscaping services, the overall shipment of ride-on lawn mower markets will reach over 5.1 million units by 2025 registering an absolute growth of 32% between 2019 and 2025.
3. Registering a high growth CAGR of about 4% between 2019-2025, zero-turn ride-on lawn mowers will contribute nearly $500 million in the global market revenue in 2019.
4. With over 80% of the market revenue coming from Europe and North America, vendors must focus on promotional strategies to expand the APAC market.
5. With gas prices being low, there is a shift in purchasing toward gas-powered ride-on lawn mower in developed countries. The gas-powered ride-on lawn mower is expected to witness significant growth and reach at market value of $8.5 billion in 2025.

Key Offerings:
• Market Size & Forecast by Revenue | 2019−2025
• Market Dynamics – Leading trends, growth drivers, restraints, and investment opportunities
• Market Segmentation – A detailed analysis by product, end-user type, fuel type other type, and geography
• Competitive Landscape – Profile of 6 key vendors and 30 other vendors

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The global ride-on lawn mower market has been witnessing a significant demand among professional and semi-professional end-users across the globe. Increasing diversification, coupled with the increase in reliability of the equipment inventory is expected to contribute to the longer-term value for professional landscapers.

Changing lifestyles and increasing migration of people to cities are anticipated to favorably impacting the growth of the global market. Furthermore, the increasing trend toward eco-friendly mowing and the emergence of remote controlled and GPS equipped products is also likely to witness significant growth during the forecast period.

The global supply chain of garden products, finished goods, parts, and accessories has been facing disruptions owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The outbreak of the virus in Wuhan, China halted factories, hitting a snag in the flow of goods between industrial hubs. Thus, it delayed the shipment of essential raw materials, batteries, engines, and semi-finished items further. By the time, China opened its market, the pandemic had already engulfed several countries across the globe, causing disruptions, especially in Western Europe and the US.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the ride-on lawn mower market during the forecast period:
• Increasing Number of Golf Courses across the World
• Growing Adoption of Green Spaces
• Growing Landscaping Industry

The study considers the present scenario of the ride-on lawn mower market and its market dynamics for the period 2019−2025. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspect of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

Ride-On Lawn Mower Market Segmentation

This research report includes detailed market segmentation by product, end-user type, fuel type other type, and geography. By product, the ride-on lawn mower market segmentation includes standard ride-on, zero-turn lawn mowers, and garden mowers. The high preference for standard lawn mowers in professional landscaping services is a major factor driving the segment growth. These mowers provide maximum comfort and offer high maneuverability. Although standard lawn mowers lack the precision of walk-behind lawn mowers, they cut the grass at an even level.

Zero lawn mowers are gaining immense popularity to manicure fussy lawns, fields, and golf courses. Zero-turn lawn mowers, which are also a type of riding lawn mowers, are gaining surging rise in demand among several end-user segments as they offer efficient mowing capabilities. Lawn mowers are mowing wide lawns. The presence of high mulching capabilities and immense power is increasing the market share of the segment.

The increasing integration of eco-friendly solutions with lawn mower technology is expected to encourage residential owners to procure the latest and advanced lawn mowers. Zero-turn mowers are offering a complete range of equipment, which are offers convenience and comfort, ease of operation, and better-quality performance.

Professional landscaping services are witnessing a significant rise in demand. One of the primary factors driving the landscaping and gardening services market growth is product innovations in landscaping and gardening practices. Developed countries such as the US along with emerging economies such as China and India are largely witnessing robust growth in the demand for commercial landscaping.
Gas-powered machines are likely to gain a substantial demand during the forecast period. They are powerful and an ideal option for tougher and challenging jobs. The electric-powered segment is expected to grow owing to the growing demand for eco-friendly technology solution across the globe. These machines offer several environmental, social, and financial benefits that increase the popularity of the commercial lawn mowers for indoor projects and in municipalities.

Hybrid lawn mowers are likely to gain popularity as these machines combine battery and engine-powered technology and gas and battery-powered technology. With the advent of technology, key market players focus on the adoption of lower carbo alternative solutions.
The introduction of battery technology acts as a roadmap for offering enhanced and efficiency improvements in the gardening equipment segment. Propane-powered lawn mowers constitute a niche stage. They are the latest trend in the lawn mower market in a bid to promote eco-friendly, and their relatively lesser environmental impact.

Market Segmentation by Product
• Standard Ride-on Mower
• Zero-turn Mower
• Lawn Tractor
• Garden Tractor
Market Segmentation by End-user Type
• Residential Users
• Landscaping Service Providers
• Golf Courses
• Government & Others
Market Segmentation by Fuel Type
• Gas-powered
• Propane-powered
• Electric-powered
o Cordless/Battery
o Electric corded
Market Segmentation by Other Type
• Blade Type
o Cylinder
o Standard
o Mulching
o Lifting
• Drive Type
o AWD
o FWD
o RWD
• Start Type
o Keyed Start
o Push Start

Insights by Geography

North America is expected to hold a significant share of the ride-on mower market. There are increasing number of projects and initiatives taken by government agencies for the expansion of parks, public spaces, and golf courses. This is expected to favorably impact the overall demand for heavy-duty equipment such as ride-on mowers in the market.
Nearly 75% of golf courses in North America are expected to be opened to local golfers. North America is considered to account for nearly 50% of the total world golf supply. The penetration of lawn mowers remains all-time high in the US and Canada.

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Market Segmentation by Geography
• Europe
o Germany
o Italy
o UK
o France
o Spain
o Italy
o Sweden
o Netherlands
o Belgium
• North America
o US
o Canada
• APAC
• China
• Japan
• Australia
• South Korea
• MEA
o South Africa
o UAE
o Saudi Arabia
• Latin America
o Brazil
o Mexico
o Argentina

Insights by Vendors

One of the key strategies implemented by market players in the global ride-on mower market is the introduction of differentiated products and solutions for application segments. Companies strive to offer differentiated channels for distribution and better product mix, thereby catering to the changing needs and requirements of the target customer in the market.
Key manufacturers are offering and expanding the product line-up in their business segments with the launch of various innovative techniques, thereby gaining an edge over their competitors. Product innovation has been a hallmark of MTD Products. The company is a reliable name in the robotic lawn mower market in Europe, APAC, and North America.

Key Vendors
• Deere & Company
• MTD Products
• Husqvarna
• STIGA Group
• The Toro Company
• Kubota

Other Prominent Vendors
• AS-MOTOR
• Altoz
• Ariens Company
• Briggs & Stratton Corporation
• Excel Industries
• Mean Green Products
• Metalcraft of Mayville
• Moridge Manufacturing
• R&R Products
• Bobcat Company (Doosan)
• Textron Incorporated
• Walker Manufacturing
• Weibang
• Wright Manufacturing
• Venture
• Cobra
• AGCO
• Alamo Group
• Carraro
• Emak Group
• Greenworks Tools
• Hayter Limited
• Hustler Turf Equipment
• Honda Power Equipment
• AL-KO Gardentech
• Bad Boy
• Masport
• STIHL
• Swisher
• Techtronic Industries

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3. What is the growth of the ride-on mower market share?
4. Which segment holds the maximum market share of the ride-on mower market?
5. What are the key growth strategies of ride-on mower market players?
6. What are the ride-on mower market trends?
7. What is the market size of North America and Europe regions?
8. Which region will provide more business opportunities in future?

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Kurt Wittin Uncovers Benefits of Gardening on Mental Health and Well-Being

Entrepreneur Kurt Wittin, a keen gardener, explains the pursuit's place in bolstering feelings of well-being and boosting mental health.

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA, June 4, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Amid ongoing uncertainty stemming from the global health crisis resulting from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, promoting positive mental health and, with it, maintaining a sense of well-being, has never been more important. A successful entrepreneur, business owner, and keen gardener, Kurt Wittin uncovers some of the many benefits of one of his favorite pursuits upon mental health and well-being.

"From developing a so-called growth mindset to connecting with nature, gardening—and even just spending time in a garden—has been shown to bolster feelings of well-being and boost mental health in the process," explains successful entrepreneur and business owner Kurt Wittin, speaking from his office in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Other benefits, according to Kurt Wittin, include practicing patience, taking in a degree of exercise, the opportunity to grow your own fruit and vegetables, and the chance to be present. "There's something inherently 'zen' about gardening, and, in particular, spending time in a garden that you've created," Wittin reports.

Each of these areas, Kurt Wittin goes on to explain, are known to promote a better, healthier state of mind. "As we all struggle to remain positive amid the ongoing global health crisis, there has, perhaps, never been a better time to get outdoors," says Wittin.

"From a large garden or roof terrace to a compact balcony or patio area, maintaining even a small green space has been demonstrated to promote improved well-being and better mental health," Wittin points out. "If you've not yet explored the joys of gardening, why not start today?" suggests the entrepreneur.

Further benefits tied to positive mental health and well-being, and directly associated with gardening, meanwhile, are said to include renewed focus, stress relief, an opportunity to learn new skills, and a gateway to meeting and interacting with other individuals also interested in the hobby, according to entrepreneur and business owner Kurt Wittin.

Kurt Wittin was born in Manitoba, Canada. Wittin has traveled extensively, including spending seven years living and working in the United States. Back home, much of Kurt Wittin's life has been spent in Whistler, British Columbia. "Among my fondest memories is being a kid and watching my dad draw," Wittin explains, "as he was a draftsman."

"Today, family is the most important thing to me, and I also love being active, gardening, and playing sports," Kurt Wittin goes on. "Elsewhere, I'd love to accomplish new heights with my business, taking the whole pool phenomenon to another level," he adds.

Successful entrepreneur and businessman Kurt Wittin is the owner and founder of Seventeen Pools, based in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Launched in 2009, Kurt Wittin's Seventeen Pools is dedicated to building durable, efficient, and environmentally-friendly swimming pools, saunas, and more. "Our pools are professionally engineered and designed," Wittin explains, "keeping you and your family's safety firmly in mind at every step."

"The perfect addition to any garden or outside space, if you can dream it," he adds, wrapping up, "we can build it."

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Nile’s Project Urges Sepsis Awareness/Prevention for COVID-19 and Other Infectious Disease Survivors

Non-profit is sharing websites to find free access to online materials as sepsis risk increases due to pandemic

RIVERSIDE, CA, USA, June 4, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nile’s Project, a 501c3 non-profit foundation and public awareness/educational organization dedicated to preventing avoidable death and harm from infectious diseases, today announced an educational initiative to increase awareness of sepsis by those who have experienced COVID-19 or other infectious diseases.

“One of the deadly side effects of COVID-19 is that it makes patients especially vulnerable to sepsis, the body’s overwhelming and life-threatening response to infection of any kind,” said Ty Moss, Chief Executive Officer, Nile’s Project. “Sepsis can result from a skinned knee playing baseball, a cut on the finger acquired while gardening or a urinary tract infection, to give just a few examples.”

Moss added, “Our latest public awareness campaign is focused on educating people about the four signs of sepsis and to act fast if you or a loved one are experiencing two of these symptoms as identified by The Sepsis Alliance. We also applaud the U.S. government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for educating us all about what they’ve learned about the coronavirus.”

Moss urged everyone to learn more from the CDC at:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

and from the Sepsis Alliance at:

https://www.sepsis.org/sepsisand/coronavirus-covid-19

Moss also voiced Nile’s Project’s support for a separate campaign by the CDC and many partners around the world that shines a light on the fact that sepsis is an entirely preventable disease.

He said the CDC’s ”Get Ahead of Sepsis. Know the Signs. Act Fast.” campaign provides clear data on the size of the problem and how to become educated and prevent harm and death by assessing useful tools at:

https://www.cdc.gov/sepsis/index.html

Brochures and videos for patients are available at:

https://www.cdc.gov/sepsis/education/patient-resources.html

Brochures and videos for healthcare workers can be accessed at:

https://www.cdc.gov/sepsis/education/hcp-resources.html

“Sepsis is a preventable disease, but it must be acted upon fast to prevent harm,” Moss said. “Each year in the United States more than 1.7 million people get sepsis and 270,000 of them die. The CDC estimates of the 700,000 survivors of sepsis are living with the side effects and many COVID-19 patients who have suffered serious infections could be at risk.”

Moss recommended that people familiarize themselves with the
Sepsis Alliance’s (sepsis.org) powerful tool “T.I.M.E. pocket card” that lists the four signs of sepsis, namely:

• Temperature: Lower or Higher
• Infection of any Kind
• Mental decline
• Extreme pain

Moss said, “The T.I.M.E. pocket card is available for download at no charge on the Nile’s Project website at: http://www.nilesproject.com/card.pdf and we strongly urge everyone to familiarize themselves with the warning signs of sepsis and to keep the card with them at all times, especially now that the coronavirus pandemic is such a threat.”

Moss added, “Preventing sepsis is crucial since its lifelong impacts can be devastating. This can include permanent damage to vital internal organs and even loss of limbs. Nile’s Project is committed to educating everyone so sepsis can be identified at the earliest possible opportunity. If you are a sepsis survivor, this link will help you understand that living after sepsis may be very different and that you are not alone.” That link is:
https://www.cdc.gov/sepsis/pdfs/life-after-sepsis-fact-sheet.pdf

Nile’s Project was formed in 2007 when Ty and Carole Moss unexpectedly lost their 15- year-old son Nile, who died from delayed treatment of sepsis after he contracted a bacterial infection called MRSA (methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus) from unclean surfaces while undergoing an MRI at the top Children’s hospital in Orange County, California.

“Getting Ahead of Sepsis in the Time of COVID-19” is the latest public health advocacy initiative launched by Nile’s Project. The organization is educating the public by supporting and promoting the CDC’s Sepsis Awareness Campaign, “Getting Ahead of Sepsis. Know the Signs. Act Fast” and the Sepsis Alliance’s T.I.M.E. initiative.

Nile’s Project is making a wide range of CDC and the Sepsis Alliance materials available to print or download at no charge at: www.nilesproject.com

Specifically, Nile’s Project urges people to click on the links titled “Getting Ahead of Sepsis in the Time of COVID-19,” and then clicking on the Sepsis Alliance “T.I.M.E.” card graphic.

Website visitors can also click on the link from the CDC titled, “Get Ahead of Sepsis. Know the Signs. Act Fast.” for printable brochures and posters.

Additionally, both Carole and Ty Moss are available for online or virtual meeting presentations about how to prevent sepsis, with the special emphasis on how COVID-19 increases risks of the disease.

“Nile’s Project believes those benefitting from these online, remote and virtual meetings include businesses, schools, religious organizations and other groups, plus local state and national governments and agencies,” Moss said. Arrangements can be made by contacting Carole Moss: carolemoss@msn.com

Nile’s Project has been a vital part of patient safety advocacy since its inception. It has partnered with the CDC, including serving on its Clinical Laboratory Improvement Advisory Committee. Carole Moss is a voting member with scientists and laboratory experts on improving outpatient clinical diagnostic testing capabilities. She also serves as a subject matter expert on the California Hospital Acquired Infection Advisory Committee.

The couple reach over a million listeners nationwide through drive-time radio interviews, sharing what they’ve learned from experts about preventing the spread of infectious diseases in healthcare venues and in the community as a whole. They’ve also provided information about the urgent need to understand and prevent the threat of sepsis.

Nile’s Project received a “Humanitarian Award” from the Long Beach Unified School District in California, and a “Hero Award” from KNX News Radio in Los Angeles.

About Nile’s Project
Nile’s Project is a coalition of Nile’s friends, entertainers, musicians, artists and others dedicated to ending unnecessary deaths from MRSA, Staph, C.diff, VRE, Covid-19, Sepsis
and other hospital acquired and community acquired infections. Nile’s Project is devoted to ending the suffering and preventable deaths through education and public awareness. Website: www.nilesproject.com

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Taste Canada Awards Reveal the 2020 Submissions List

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This year, 86 cookbooks entered the competition, with authors represented from 7 provinces, competing to win Canada's coveted food writing awards.

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — TASTE CANADA ANNOUNCES THE 2020 SUBMISSIONS COMPETING FOR CANADA’S TOP FOOD WRITING AWARDS.

Storylines:

1. Taste Canada releases list of submissions for the 2020 awards.

2. Shortlist to be announced on June 25, 2020.

3. Taste Canada Awards Ceremony goes virtual, taking place on October 25, 2020.

4. Canadian cookbook fun facts.

TASTE CANADA IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE LIST OF SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2020 TASTE CANADA AWARDS.

Now in its 23rd year, Taste Canada Awards / Les Lauréats des Saveurs du Canada (tastecanada.org) has announced the full list of cookbooks competing for a coveted culinary writing award.

“Now, more than ever, people are cooking at home and taking culinary adventures in their very own kitchens. This is a tremendous opportunity to wave our Canadian flags in celebration of our talented Canadian authors and their outstanding cookbooks,” says Karen Baxter, Executive Director, Taste Canada.

Each year, Taste Canada presents awards to some of the best food and beverage authors in both official languages. The jury is comprised of volunteers from Canada’s culinary profession appointed by an independent selection committee. This year, 86 cookbooks entered the competition, with authors represented from 7 provinces.

The shortlist, to be revealed online on June 25, 2020, narrows the competition to a maximum of 5 entries per category.

Additionally, we're announcing that Taste Canada will forego a physical ceremony for the 2020 awards. Instead, a live virtual Awards Ceremony will take place on October 25, 2020, which promises to be an interactive evening in celebration of the winning authors.

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2020 SUBMISSIONS

**English-Language Books / Les livres langue anglaise**

<Culinary Narratives>

Chop Suey Nation by Ann Hui, Douglas & McIntyre, Madeira Park

Gardening with Emma: Grow and Have Fun: A Kid-to-Kid Guide by Emma Biggs and Steven Biggs, Storey Publishing (Thomas Allen & Son), Markham

Grow Lemons Where You Think You Can't by Steven Biggs, Author, Toronto

Island Craft: Your Guide to the Breweries of Vancouver Island by Jon Stott, TouchWood Editions, Victoria

Lost Feast: Culinary Extinction and the Future of Food by Lenore Newman, ECW Press, Toronto

Pepper: A Guide to the World's Favorite Spice by Joe Barth, Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, MD

Valleys of Wine by Luke Whittall, Whitecap Books, Vancouver

<General Cookbooks>

Best of Bridge Comfort Food: Recipes for Family and Friends by Emily Richards and Sylvia Kong, Robert Rose, Toronto

Duchess at Home by Giselle Courteau, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Gather: A Dirty Apron Cookbook by David Robertson and Kerry Gold, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver

Fraiche Food, Full Hearts: A Collection of Recipes for Every Day and Casual Celebrations by Jillian Harris and Tori Wesszer, Penguin Canada, Toronto

Kitchen Party by Mary Berg, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Let Me Feed You by Rosie Daykin, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Olive + Gourmando The Cookbook by Dyan Solomon, Ko Média, Montréal

The Domestic Geek's Meals Made Easy: A Fresh, Fuss-Free Approach to Healthy Cooking by Sara Lynn Cauchon, Penguin Canada, Toronto

The HealthNut Cookbook: Energize Your Day with Over 100 Easy, Healthy, and Delicious Meals by Nikole Goncalves, Penguin Canada, Toronto

<Regional/Cultural Cookbooks>

Burdock & Co by Andrea Carlson, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Calgary Eats: Signature Recipes from the City’s Best Restaurants and Bars by Gail Norton and Karen Ralph, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver

Cedar and Salt: Vancouver Island Recipes from Forest, Farm, Field and Sea by DL Acken and Emily Lycopolus, TouchWood Editions, Victoria

Coconut Lagoon: Recipes from a South Indian Kitchen by Joe Thottungal and Anne DesBrisay, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver

From Rum to Rhubarb: Modern Recipes for Newfoundland Fruits, Vegetables, and Berries by Roger Pickavance, Boulder Books, Portugal Cove-St. Philip's

Kid Food Nation Cookbook: Volume 3 by Jared Morrow, Éditions Cardinal, Montréal

Kosher Style by Amy Rosen, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Rocky Mountain Cooking by Katie Mitzel, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Secrets from My Vietnamese Kitchen by Kim Thúy, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine by Shane M. Chartrand and Jennifer Cockrall-King, House of Anansi Press, Toronto

The Prairie Table by Karlynn Johnston, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

The World of Parsi Cooking: Food Across Borders by Niloufer Mavalvala, Author, Mississauga

Wildness: An Ode to Newfoundland and Labrador by Jeremy Charles, Phaidon, New York, NY

<Single-Subject Cookbooks>

Adventures in Bubbles and Brine: What I learned from Nova Scotia's masters of fermented foods – craft beer, cider, cheese, sauerkraut, and more by Philip Moscovitch, Formac Publishing, Halifax

Bake the Seasons: Sweet and Savoury Dishes to Enjoy Throughout the Year by Marcella DiLonardo, Penguin Canada, Toronto

Beer, Food and Friends by Sylvain Perron, Klorofil, Chicoutimi

Craft Cocktails: Seasonally Inspired Drinks and Snacks from Our Sipping Room by Geoff Dillon and Whitney Rorison, Penguin Canada, Toronto

Dirty Food: sticky, saucy, gooey, crumbly, messy, shareable food by Julie Van Rosendaal, Author/Dinner with Julie, Calgary

Fuel Your Day by Madame Labriski, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Living High Off the Hog by Michael Olson, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Modern Lunch by Allison Day, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Oven to Table: Over 100 One-Pot and One-Pan Recipes for Your Sheet Pan, Skillet, Dutch Oven, and More by Jan Scott, Penguin Canada, Toronto

The 3-Ingredient Baking Book: 101 Simple, Sweet and Stress-Free Recipes by Charmian Christie, Robert Rose, Toronto

The Little Island Bake Shop: Heirloom Recipes Made for Sharing by Jana Roerick and Joanne Sasvari, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver

The Olive Oil and Vinegar Lover's Cookbook: Revised and Updated by Emily Lycopolus, TouchWood Editions, Victoria

Vegetables First by Ricardo Larrivée, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

<Health and Special Diet Cookbooks>

East Coast Keto by Bobbi Pike and Geoff Pike, Breakwater Books, St. John’s

Eat More Plants: Over 100 Anti-Inflammatory, Plant-Based Recipes for Vibrant Living by Desiree Nielsen, Penguin Canada, Toronto

Everyone's Welcome: The Art of Living and Eating Allergen-Free by Amanda Orlando, TouchWood Editions, Victoria

Island Vegan by Marian Frances White, Breakwater Books, St. John’s

Liv B’s Vegan on a Budget: 112 Inspired and Effortless Plant-Based Recipes by Olivia Biermann, Robert Rose, Toronto

Peace, Love and Fibre by Mairlyn Smith, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

Sprout Right Family Food: Good Nutrition and Over 130 Simple Recipes for Baby, Toddler, and the Whole Family by Lianne Phillipson, Penguin Canada, Toronto

The 30-Day Hormone Solution: The Key to Better Health and Natural Weight Loss by Samantha Gladish, Page Street, Salem, MA

The Brain Boosting Diet – Feed Your Memory by Norene Gilletz and Dr. Edward Wein, Whitecap Books, Markham

The Buddhist Chef by Jean-Philippe Cyr, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

The Joyous Cookbook: Real Food, Nourishing Recipes for Everyday Living by Joy McCarthy, Penguin Canada, Toronto

The Living Kitchen by Tamara Green and Sarah Grossman, Appetite by Random House, Vancouver

The Long Table Cook Book, Plant-Based Recipes for Optimal Health by Amy Symington, Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver

The Obesity Code Cookbook by Dr. Jason Fung, Greystone Books, Vancouver

Vegan Comfort Cooking: 75 Plant-Based Recipes to Satisfy Cravings and Warm Your Soul by Melanie McDonald, Page Street, Salem, MA

**Les livres langue française / French-Language Books**

<Les narrations culinaires>

L'avenir est dans le champ par Marie-Claude Lortie et Jean-Martin Fortier, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

Le goût de la bière fermière – De la tradition à l’innovation locale et écoresponsable par Martin Thibault, Druide, Montréal

Lexique français-anglais de la cuisine et de la restauration par Diana Bruno, Centre collégial de développement de matériel didactique [CCDMD], Montréal

Mieux conserver ses aliments pour moins gaspiller par Anne-Marie Desbiens, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

Oui, tout est permis par Hubert Cormier, Éditions la Semaine, Montréal

<Livres de cuisine générale>

Fiesta santé. Mes recettes et trucs pour commencer à bouger et être débordante d’énergie par Alexandra Diaz, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Olive + Gourmando : Le livre de recettes par Dyan Soloman, KO Éditions, Montréal

Soupers rapides par Geneviève O’Gleman, Groupe Sogides/Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Survivre en appart par Rosalie Lessard, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Végé gourmand par Linda Montpetit, Modus Vivendi, Montréal

<Livres de cuisine régionale et culturelle>

Ancora! par Maria Di Domenico, Auteur, Québec

Défi des p'tits chefs – les recettes, Volume 3 par Béatrice Savoie-Frenette, Éditions Cardinal, Montréal

FORÊT Identifier, cueillir, cuisiner par Ariane Paré Le Gal et Gérald Le Gal, Les Éditions Cardinal, Montréal

Saveurs d'Acadie cuisine traditionnelle et d'aujourd'hui par Anne Godin et Amélie Poirier, Éditions LGO (La Grande Ourse limitée), Moncton

Tables véganes – Menus d'ici et d'ailleurs par Élise Desaulniers et Patricia Martin, Trécarré, Montréal

<Livres de cuisine sujet unique>

C'est l'heure du lunch! 50 recettes + trucs et conseils par Nancy Bordeleau, Trécarré, Montréal

Cuisine de pêche par Stéphane Modat, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

Déjeuners protéinés par Hubert Cormier, Éditions la Semaine, Montréal

Food Prep pour repas improvisés par Jessika Langlois, Modus Vivendi, Montréal

L'apéro au Québec: cocktails locaux et de saison par Maxime Coubès et Rose Simard, KO Éditions, Montréal

Les Lunchs par Geneviève O’Gleman, Groupe Sogides/Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Mangez et buvez-en tous par Sylvain Perron, Klorofil, Chicoutimi

Parcours sucré par Patrice Demers, Les Éditions La Presse, Montréal

<Livres de cuisine santé et diète particulière>

Comptoir végan par Gabrielle Cossette et Aurélie Lacroix, Parfum d'encre, Montréal

Le Meal Prep 2 – Du déjeuner au souper! 80 nouveaux repas à cuisiner d'avance par Jimmy Sévigny, Trécarré, Montréal

Les bonnes choses : cuisine végane au fil du jour par Eline Bonnin, Éditions De L'Homme, Montréal

Loounie cuisine par Caroline Huard, KO Éditions, Montréal

Mes grands classiques véganes – 100 nouvelles recettes véganes inspirées des classiques par Jean-Philippe Cyr, Les Éditions Cardinal, Montréal

Savoir quoi manger – TDAH par Elisabeth Cerquiera, Modus Vivendi, Montréal

FUN FACTS

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Which book segment has higher sales in Canada: cookbooks or fiction?

The answer: COOKBOOKS! Cookbooks remain a very large industry in Canada. Did you know that in 2019, according to BookNet, the total unit of print books sold in Canada in the “cooking” subject category amounted to at least 1.6 million, for a total value of $38 million? Shout it from every kitchen across the country, Canadians love cookbooks!

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In a recent survey by Dalhousie University, for people born before 1946, 95% ate meals prepared by parents or a caregiver at home when growing up. That percentage dropped significantly over the years. Millennials were not exposed to home cooked meals as much, and neither was Generation Z. About 64% of Millennials regularly ate home-cooked meals when growing up, compared to 55% for Gen Z.

In that same survey conducted by Dalhousie University, 68.4% of Canadians would like to spend more time preparing food at home. With the current COVID-19 pandemic, many younger generations are doing just that, becoming familiar with cooking and spending more time in the kitchen.

Dr. Sylvain Charlebois, Dean of the Faculty of Management at Dalhousie University, states "reading a cookbook is like watching a good movie. We can project ourselves into the story, imagine we can do things we never thought possible, making us dream. Some cookbooks these days are masterpieces, works of art."

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Nearly a month after the Facebook page for "The Official Quarantine Cookbook" gained thousands of followers, the book is available to buy. Author Dawna Doell of Martensville, Saskatchewan, has already some over 4,000 pre-orders, placing the book on the national bestseller list.

ABOUT TASTE CANADA

A champion of Canadian cookbooks, Taste Canada inspires and encourages readers at home and abroad to discover delicious recipes and diverse food stories written from a Canadian perspective. Taste Canada brings together Canadian food and beverage writers, publishers, chefs, restaurateurs, farmers, industry, post-secondary culinary colleges, media and cookbook fans, recognizing that food connects us all.

Taste Canada is a not-for-profit organization and remains sustainable due to the generous support and sponsorship received from industry partners. Since 1998, Taste Canada has presented awards to the best Canadian food writers.

Stay tuned for more information about the virtual Awards Ceremony, our esteemed hosts, and additional promotions surrounding the awards. In the interim, interviews with Karen Baxter, Executive Director, Taste Canada, or any of the nominated authors can be facilitated. Contact Steven Hellmann, Taste Canada Publicist, at info@foodiesonfoot.ca with any requests.

A French version of the press release is available. Please request such from our publicist. Additional information and updates can be found at tastecanada.org.

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Source: EIN Presswire