Month: January 2021

World Kitchen Furniture Market Outlook Report 2020 Featuring Profiles of the 30 Main Manufacturers

DUBLIN, Jan. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Kitchen Furniture: World Market Outlook” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report provides an overview of the world trade of kitchen furniture, with statistical data (production, consumption, imports, exports, in volume and value) for 60 countries selected according to their contribution to the international trade of kitchen furniture.The report identifies the opportunities that arise in the global kitchen furniture market and it is a helpful tool for companies exporting kitchen furniture as it contains a rich collection of key country data, allowing comparisons among different areas.

Production and consumption of

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Clean Label Food Trend Argues well for Dried Spices Market, while

Dried Spices Market

The latest study done by Fact.MR on the dried spices market opines that dried spices have a positive perception among consumers, as these are thought to be beneficial to health and well-being. In Asia Pacific, dried spices have been used for centuries in household cooking owing to their benefits in flavoring as well as their medicinal properties. Their popularity has witnessed an increase in Europe and North America, with many households and restaurants adopting dried spices in cooking. Increasing awareness about the benefits of dried spices is likely to contribute to the growth of the market during

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2020: Deadly beer, seedy stories and PHE axed

Opinion

This year has been dominated by the global coronavirus pandemic but it also held many other surprises such as contaminated beer in Brazil, pesticide residues in seeds from India, and approval of cell-based meat in Singapore.

As you can imagine, trying to condense 52 weeks’ worth of articles into 10 highlights means many things don’t make the cut. Some of these include a botulism outbreak in Vietnam from pate, food poisoning in Hong Kong from sandwiches, Lloyd Register Foundation’s World Risk Poll, findings from the 2019 Ugandan food aid outbreak, and an outbreak of tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) linked to

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The 13 Best Chef’s Knives, According to Experts 2020 | The Strategist

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Here at the Strategist, we know that finding the “best” product really depends on exactly who you ask — which is why we’ve devoted a new series to squeezing in as many informed, trustworthy opinions as possible. And we’ve come up with dozens of ways to do this, among them: surfacing reader reviews from across the internet, taking quick polls (among our most insane friends and fellow shopping-obsessed Strategist editors), and partaking in some advanced internet snooping.

With that, we’ve rounded up the best chef’s knives —

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Laid-off chef starts nonprofit kitchen on Long Island

Ryan Carroll was laid off on March 17, 2020. By the 18th, he had come up with a plan.

“I was a chef in New York City and lost my job,” he said. “We sell food to the public in order to raise money to feed thousands of people.”

It started with a fresh chicken parm for his grandmother. And then the chef realized he could help others.

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