Agricultural Limestone Market 2020 Industry Analysis, Growth, Size, Share, Trends, Forecast To 2025

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PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, March 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Agricultural Limestone Industry

Description

The report begins from overview of Industry Chain structure, and describes industry environment, then analyses market size and forecast of Agricultural Limestone by product, region and application, in addition, this report introduces market competition situation among the vendors and company profile, besides, market price analysis and value chain features are covered in this report.

Company Coverage (Company Profile, Sales Revenue, Price, Gross Margin, Main Products etc.):

Leiths Group
Lhoist
Minerals Technologies
Nordkalk
Sibelco
LafargeHolcim
Cemex
Graymont
Vulcan Materials
Breedon Group
Yoshizawa Lime Industry
NALC
Carmeuse
Lhoist
Mitsubishi Materials
Mulzer Crushed Stone
Mississippi Lime

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Product Type Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Major Company of Product Type etc.):
Calcitic
Dolomitic
Others

Application Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Different Demand Market by Region, Main Consumer Profile etc.):
Agriculture
Gardening
Others

Region Coverage (Regional Production, Demand & Forecast by Countries etc.):
North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain etc.)
Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, Southeast Asia etc.)
South America (Brazil, Argentina etc.)
Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, South Africa etc.)

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Table of Contents

1 Industry Overview
1.1 Agricultural Limestone Industry
Figure Agricultural Limestone Industry Chain Structure
1.1.1 Overview
1.1.2 Development of Agricultural Limestone
1.2 Market Segment
1.2.1 Upstream
Table Upstream Segment of Agricultural Limestone
1.2.2 Downstream
Table Application Segment of Agricultural Limestone
Table Global Agricultural Limestone Market 2015-2025, by Application, in USD Million
1.3 Cost Analysis
2 Industry Environment (PEST Analysis)
2.1 Policy
2.2 Economics
2.3 Sociology
2.4 Technology

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4 Major Companies List
4.1 Leiths Group (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.1.1 Leiths Group Profile
Table Leiths Group Overview List
4.1.2 Leiths Group Products & Services
4.1.3 Leiths Group Business Operation Conditions
Table Business Operation of Leiths Group (Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost, Gross Margin)
4.2 Lhoist (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.2.1 Lhoist Profile
Table Lhoist Overview List
4.2.2 Lhoist Products & Services
4.2.3 Lhoist Business Operation Conditions
Table Business Operation of Lhoist (Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost, Gross Margin)
4.3 Minerals Technologies (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.3.1 Minerals Technologies Profile
Table Minerals Technologies Overview List
4.3.2 Minerals Technologies Products & Services
4.3.3 Minerals Technologies Business Operation Conditions
Table Business Operation of Minerals Technologies (Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost, Gross Margin)
4.4 Nordkalk (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.4.1 Nordkalk Profile
Table Nordkalk Overview List
4.4.2 Nordkalk Products & Services
4.4.3 Nordkalk Business Operation Conditions
Table Business Operation of Nordkalk (Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost, Gross Margin)
4.5 Sibelco (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.5.1 Sibelco Profile
Table Sibelco Overview List
4.5.2 Sibelco Products & Services
4.5.3 Sibelco Business Operation Conditions
Table Business Operation of Sibelco (Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost, Gross Margin)
4.6 LafargeHolcim (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.6.1 LafargeHolcim Profile
Table LafargeHolcim Overview List
4.6.2 LafargeHolcim Products & Services
4.6.3 LafargeHolcim Business Operation Conditions
Table Business Operation of LafargeHolcim (Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost, Gross Margin)
4.7 Cemex (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.7.1 Cemex Profile
Table Cemex Overview List
4.7.2 Cemex Products & Services
4.7.3 Cemex Business Operation Conditions
Table Business Operation of Cemex (Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost, Gross Margin)
4.8 Graymont (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.9 Vulcan Materials (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.10 Breedon Group (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.11 Yoshizawa Lime Industry (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.12 NALC (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.13 Carmeuse (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.14 Lhoist (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.15 Mitsubishi Materials (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.16 Mulzer Crushed Stone (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)
4.17 Mississippi Lime (Company Profile, Sales Data etc.)

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Soil Conditioner Market: Global Key Players, Trends, Share, Industry Size, Growth, Opportunities, Forecast To 2026

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, March 4, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Introduction
Soil Conditioner Market
Soil conditioner is a substance produced from organic or nonorganic matter. When the conditioner is incorporated into and mixed with the garden soil, it improves the soil properties and adds slow releasing nutrients.

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Market Dynamics:
Soil Conditioner is used in agriculture and gardening due to its versatile benefits such as soil remediation, reduces fertilizer runoff, improves water retention, stimulates plant enzymes, increases microbial activity, boosts seed germination, promotes root development, encour-ages plant growth by an increased biomass production, Increases yield and improves quality of plants and many other things. Soil conditioner results in increased yield both qualitatively and quantitatively. These factors will boost the market in forecast period.
Further, Increase in Fertilizers prices will boost the soil conditioner market. Proper use of soil conditioner reduces the need for chemical fertilizers which saves costs. Also, a large number of soil conditioner products are organic certified. So the increase in organic farming will further improve demand for soil conditioners.
Low awareness about the role of soil quality in agriculture is limiting the growth of the mar-ket.
Segment Analysis:
Soil Conditioner market is segmented by Type and application. By Type, the market is seg-mented into Organic and Inorganic soil conditioners. The organic segment includes Plant-based and Animal-based products. Organic soil conditioner products are mainly prepared from manure or green manure since they are the cheapest source of organic matter availa-ble. Leguminous crops are especially favoured as green manure because they add nitrogen to the soil. Organic segment dominates the market due to wide availability. The inorganic segment consists of Polymers and minerals. Gypsum is the most common mineral used as a soil conditioner. Polymeric soil conditioner such as certain polysaccharides, polyacrylamides has emerged recently. They act as a synthetic binding agent. Inorganic soil conditioners have a minor share of the market due to limited applicability.
Title: Soil Conditioner market, By Type, 2017
Organic 70%
Inorganic 30%
By Application, the market is segmented into Horticulture, Vineyards & Orchards, Vegeta-bles, Hydro-Seeding, Green Houses & Nursery, Turf, Home-Lawns & Golf Courses, and Oth-ers.

Geographical Analysis:
By region, Soil Conditioner market is divided into Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, and Rest of the World. Asia-pacific is the largest market due to huge agriculture and effective use of organic matter into agriculture in this region. The Asia-pacific segment is expected to witness steady growth over the forecast period. On the other hand, Govern-ment initiatives regarding Biosolids will drive the growth of the market in North America.
Title: Soil Conditioner market, By Region, 2017
North America 26%
South America 8%
Europe 22%
Asia Pacific 38%
ROW 6%

Key Players of Global Soil Conditioner Market =>
Soil Conditioner market is highly competitive owing to a large number of local manufactur-ers. Some of the notable players in the market are Turface, Godrej Agrovet, Earth Cycle, Memon B.V., Pro-Grow, Encap, Westland Horticulture Ltd., Kellogg Garden Products, South-land Organics, and Humintech GmbH. New research and Patented Technology might change the competitive landscape in the future.

Key market segments covered
By Type
• Organic
o Plant Based
o Animal Based
• Inorganic
o Polymers
o Mineral
By Application
• Horticulture
• Vineyards & Orchards
• Vegetables
• Hydro-Seeding
• Green Houses & Nursery
• Turf, Home-Lawns & Golf Courses
• Others (Industrial)
By Region
• Asia Pacific
• Europe
• North America
• South America
• Rest of the World

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• Visualize the composition of the Soil Conditioner market across each indication, in terms of Type, application highlighting the key commercial assets and players.
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• Excel data sheet with thousands of data points of the Soil Conditioner market level 4/5 segmentation
• PDF report with the most relevant analysis cogently put together after exhaustive qualitative interviews and in-depth market study
• Product mapping in excel for the key Soil Conditioner market products of all major market players
Target Audience
• Raw Material Suppliers/ Buyers
• Product Suppliers/ Buyers
• Industry Investors/Investment Bankers
• Education & Research Institutes
• Research Professionals
• Emerging Companies
• Manufacturers

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Major Key Points of Global Soil Conditioner Market
1. Global Soil Conditioner Market – Methodology and Scope
1.1. Research Methodology
1.2. The scope of the Report
2. Global Soil Conditioner Market – Trends
2.1. Key Trends & Developments
3. Global Soil Conditioner Market – Industry Analysis
3.1. Industry Impact Factors (Drivers & Restraints)
3.2. Competitive Intensity- Porter 5 Forces
3.3. Regulatory Analysis
4. Global Soil Conditioner Market – By Type
4.1. Organic
4.1.1. Plant Based
4.1.2. Animal Based
4.2. Inorganic
4.2.1. Polymers
4.2.2. Mineral
5. Global Soil Conditioner Market – By Application
5.1. Horticulture
5.2. Vineyards & Orchards
5.3. Vegetables
5.4. Hydro-Seeding
5.5. Green Houses & Nursery
5.6. Turf, Home-Lawns & Golf Courses
5.7. Others (Industrial)
6. Global Soil Conditioner Market – By Geography
6.1. North America
6.1.1. The United States
6.1.2. Canada
6.1.3. Mexico
6.2. South America
6.2.1. Brazil
6.2.2. Argentina
6.2.3. Rest of South America
6.3. Europe
6.3.1. Germany
6.3.2. United Kingdom
6.3.3. France
6.3.4. Italy
6.3.5. Rest of Europe
6.4. Asia-Pacific
6.4.1. China
6.4.2. Japan
6.4.3. South Korea
6.4.4. India
6.4.5. Australia
6.4.6. Rest of Asia-Pacific
6.5. Rest of the World
7. Global Soil Conditioner Market – Competitive Landscape
7.1. Market Share/Rank Analysis
7.2. Key Strategies adopted by Manufacturers
7.3. Product Benchmarking
8. Global Soil Conditioner Market – Company Profiles
8.1. Turface
8.2. Godrej Agrovet
8.3. Earth Cycle
8.4. Memon B.V.
8.5. Pro-Grow
8.6. Encap
8.7. Westland Horticulture Ltd.
8.8. Kellogg Garden Products
8.9. Southland Organics
8.10. Humintech GmbH
Note: Additional company profiles will be included on client request.
9. Global Soil Conditioner Market – Appendix

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LITTLE KITCHEN ACADEMY ANNOUNCES SLATE OF GLOBAL PARTNERS TO ENSURE FRANCHISEES OFFER CONSISTENT BRAND EXPERIENCE

Little Kitchen Academy logo

Little Kitchen Academy changing lives from scratch

Iron Chef Cat Cora

Iron Chef Cat Cora

Birkenstock branded wall at Little Kitchen Academy with Birkenstock chef shoes and chef coats

Birkenstock branded wall and chef shoes at Little Kitchen Academy

First-of-its-Kind, Montessori-inspired Little Kitchen Academy Cooks Up An Enviable List of Strategic Partners

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, March 3, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Little Kitchen Academy (LKA), the first-of-its-kind, Montessori-inspired cooking academy for children ages three through teen, announced today it has curated a slate of global brand partners to ensure each franchisee will receive key products and support that help deliver the signature experience on a global scale. Strategic partners to date include: Iron Chef Cat Cora, BIRKENSTOCK, ChopValue, Emeco, ChefWorks, AeroGrow and Welcome Industries. Little Kitchen Academy’s flagship location opened in June 2019. Shortly thereafter, it announced its first single and then multi-franchise deals. The company has an aggressive global expansion plan underway on multiple continents.

“With more than 20 years’ experience with multiple franchise concepts in various industries as the vendor, franchisor, franchisee and master franchisee, I know the value of identifying and solidifying global partnerships to ensure a unique environment and experience will be replicated around the world,” said CEO and Co-founder Brian Curin. “I’m excited and honored to have attracted such amazing brand partners as we ramp up our footprint — some new, some from my past experiences.” Curin is recognized as a global franchise authority, branding expert, and serial entrepreneur having grown and led several Inc. 500|5000 companies and built some of the most exciting brands globally including Flip Flop Shops, Moe’s Southwest Grill and Cold Stone Creamery.

Little Kitchen Academy has hand-selected the following global partners:

• Celebrity Iron Chef Cat Cora – Cora serves as the company’s brand ambassador, honorary head of recipe development, and advisory board member.
• BIRKENSTOCK – Exclusive provider of kitchen shoes worn by all staff and students.
• AeroGrow International, Inc.(a Scotts Miracle Grow company) – Exclusive provider of the live organic food wall and indoor gardening materials that provide students with fresh produce and herbs used in lesson recipes.
• ChopValue – Exclusive provider of the proprietary community table made with more than 33,000 recycled chopsticks.
• ChefWorks – Exclusive provider of the Little Kitchen Academy-branded chef coats.
• Emeco – Exclusive provider of chairs made from recycled plastic bottles that students dine on around the community table at the end of each lesson.
• Welcome Industries – Exclusive provider of educational cooking tools, including the measuring cups shaped like fractions that help students learn math.

“I’m all about family, food and love,” said Cat Cora, world-renowned chef, top-selling author, restauranteur, philanthropist and mother of six children. “So, when Little Kitchen Academy Founder Felicity Curin shared her vision and presented the opportunity for me to be part of this venture, it made perfect sense. The concept mirrors my vision for my own children’s future with food. I wanted to collaborate to make this our legacy together. It’s such a needed concept with a strong social mission. Our core values are so aligned, and I know our collective passion, experience and commitment will make this idea a global success. I’m thrilled to be a partner, a brand ambassador, and a huge fan.”

“I’ve known Brian for almost a decade and always enjoyed working with him. When he called and shared the concept he and Felicity created, for Little Kitchen Academy, my immediate response was – count us in.,” said David Kahan, who serves as CEO of BIRKENSTOCK Americas. “I can’t imagine any project that is more aligned with the values of our brand and our organization. This is an empowering business model for both the franchisees and the students. I could not be more proud to have BIRKENSTOCK partner in this adventure. Little Kitchen Academy is the lynchpin of our entire culinary professional business, and we especially love engaging with the next generation of healthy “chefs”.”

Little Kitchen Academy empowers children with practical life skills and teaches the power of making healthy food choices in an inclusive and modern kitchen environment, complete with 10 individual cooking stations (aka Little Kitchens), each with its own oven, cooktop, sink, prep table, Kitchen Aid mixer, and all the equipment and utensils needed to make “from scratch” creations. Sessions run year-round and focus on seasonal, locally grown and organic produce and ingredients. Classes run three hours each and are taught by age group by three instructors, who can host up to 10 students per class. The learning begins as soon as students enter the “for student chefs only” environment. Each student dons a chef coat and a fitted pair of BIRKENSTOCK kitchen shoes to begin his or her personalized cooking journey, which includes experimenting with math and science concepts; testing one’s reading skills; learning social etiquette and table manners while enjoying a meal together; learning sustainable decision making as students learn about local, in-season, and organic produce; and sharing the fruits of their labor by dining together at the end of every lesson at the community table. For older students, Little Kitchen Academy offers LKA Late Nights on weekend nights customized for teens.

To fulfill its global growth plans, the company seeks like-minded franchisees. Potential franchisees who share the company’s mission, vision and values can learn more at www.littlekitchenacademy.com

About Little Kitchen Academy
Little Kitchen Academy (LKA) is the first-of-its-kind, Montessori-inspired cooking academy for kids ages three through teen, focused on providing a safe, inspiring, and empowering space for children to identify, develop and refine their senses. Based in Vancouver, Canada, the global franchise concept was co-founded by proven global brand and franchise expert and serial entrepreneur Brian Curin, his wife, Montessori-trained, culinary expert and visionary Felicity Curin, and social impact investor and entrepreneur Praveen Varshney, on the belief that by empowering children with practical life skills and knowledge in a positive and joyful environment, they and their company will affect positive lifestyle changes that result in a healthier world. True to its mission, LKA lives to create a more educated, able and healthy society through mindful, healthy eating choices, and is committed to changing lives, from scratch to consumption. LKA has forged strategic partnerships with Iron Chef Cat Cora, AeroGrow, BIRKENSTOCK, ChefWorks, ChopValue, Emeco and Welcome Industries. For a taste, visit www.littlekitchenacademy.com

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