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When you think of fine wine, your mind may wander to the gently sloping vineyards of Bordeaux in the south of France or California’s wine country – but perhaps you need to look closer to home. Because British wine is on the up.There are fields of new vineyards being planted on our shores, driven by the excellent sales of English sparkling wines. Yes, we can do fizz, too. Annual production has doubled from just over six million bottles per year in 2014 to more than 15.6 million bottles in England and Wales in 2018.After years of uncertainty around Brexit and coronavirus making travel to Europe an ongoing gamble, the booze cruise is currently a non-starter. But in place of of hopping over the channel to fill up the car boot with French plonk, why not turn your attention – and taste buds – to wines made right here in the UK.  Wondering where to start? Here’s what you need to know about the scene how to look for the perfect pour.Related... How To Make A Perfect Wine Spritzer Without A Recipe Sunnier spells, better harvestAccording to the Wine Standards Board of the Food Standards Agency, there are now more than 700 vineyards planted, spanning 2,000 hectares – a 75% increase in the past six years alone. The recent warmer and drier summers, coupled with a better understanding of soils and micro-climates, mean English vineyards are producing greater yields than ever. “The sunnier climate has improved winemaking in the UK massively,” Kristin Syltevik, owner of Oxney Organic Estate in East Sussex, explains to HuffPost UK. “It’s obviously quite scary the earth is getting hotter, but a couple of degrees over the years has benefited us.“Obviously, people have been growing grapes in England for many years, and vineyards across the country have been growing Germanic hybrids and different varieties, but they’re not always the tastiest or the best grapes. Now we can grow types such as Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, which require a hotter climate.”If you’re looking for an autumn holiday or a short weekend staycation, take a tour of an English vineyard and stay the night. Not only are you supporting local businesses, but right now is harvest season and it’s the best time to visit.Kent and Sussex are host to a glut of producers, but there are vineyards as far afield as Cornwall and Shropshire and Suffolk – even some in sunny Yorkshire.Mastering our craftOver the years, English winemakers have been honing their craft – where there’s no direct competition, winemakers learn from one another and it’s a supportive industry – and we’re now seeing the fruit of their labour.“The knowledge and wine accessibility has got a lot better in this country since the mid-noughties, for sure,” says Bert Blaize, expert sommelier, head of food and drink at Birch Community and co-author of wine guide, Which, Wine, When.“People are curious and more open-minded to try new things rather than just saying, ‘I only drink Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand.’ 2018 and 2019 were two of the best English wine vintages we’ve ever had a record in this country.”More people are willing to take a punt on English wines than ever this year, he says – the pandemic encouraged us to shop more locally, seasonally, and opt for artisanal produce when supermarkets shelves were bare from panic-buying.“Of course, it takes a long time to kind of convince people that English wine is as good as its European counterparts,” Syltevik adds. “It’ll take us a while to get everyone on the same page, but it’s a brilliant product that’s super tasty and has won many awards. Everyone should give it a try.”  Decisions, decisions, decisionsWhen it comes to English wines, you can find increasingly good varieties on the supermarket shelves, as well as buying directly from vineyards and specialist wine merchants. It’s not always going to be the cheapest option – a good bottle hovers around the £20-£30 mark, but supermarkets have options from as little as £11. Waitrose has a particularly wide selection, Marks and Spencer’s is also good, and Tesco’s website currently has both regular and sparking whites, White wines have make up the bulk of homegrown wine for a while, but English reds are also improving. So what to choose? Organic versus conventional? Classics like Chardonnay or the new English Pinot Noirs? Perhaps something a little out there like Bacchus, Pinot Meunier or Ortega? “I think naturally food and wine just go hand in hand. People are experimenting more with the kind of wines that they’ve been drinking,” Blaize explains. “If you’re not sure what to go for then just break it down. I always like to think about wine, as a condiment. For example, if you’re having fish and chips, you know there’s loads of salt, vinegar, and perhaps lemon for the fish. It’s immediately telling you that you need a lot of acidity, so opt for a white wine that’s really dry with lemony flavours, so something like champagne or cava would pair really well.If you’re still unsure, there are always clues there; you just have to know where to look. “Keep in mind that generic rules don’t really work for wine, because everyone’s palates and taste buds are different and there’s a huge variety of flavour combinations out there,” he suggests. “Part of the fun is experimenting and trying new things.”Related... Our Drinking Problem Got Worse Under Lockdown. 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As per the analysis presented by Market Research Future (MRFR), the global cosmetic products market is expected to register a moderate CAGR over the forecast period 2017 to 2023.Increasing influence on the media and entertainment industry on the day to day lives of the masses is expected to boost the demand for cosmetic products over the next few years.The increasing penetration of social media platforms is likely to have a favorable influence on the growth pace of cosmetic products in the foreseeable future.In addition, the quick response by industry leaders to shifts in consumer preferences is anticipated to revolutionize the growth pattern of the cosmetic products market in the forthcoming years.The demand for halal products is already high and is likely to exhibit a similar growth trend in the nearby future.The preservatives used in the production of cosmetics can cause allergies and other skin problems.However, the introduction of organic products is likely to impact the growth trajectory of the cosmetic products market positively in the foreseeable future.Get a FREE Sample Copy of Report: https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/3168 Market Segmentation:On the basis of type, the global cosmetic products market has been segmented into skin care products, makeup & color cosmetics, hair care products, deodorants & perfumes, and others.By Product-Category, the cosmetic products market has been segmented into herbal, cruelty-free, oil-free, organic, alcohol-free, and others.On the basis of distribution channel, the global cosmetic products market is segmented into specialty stores, cosmetic stores, supermarket/hypermarket, e-commerce, and others.Regional Analysis:The cosmetic products market, by region, is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW).North America holds the major share of the global market owing to its strong economic stability.
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The global Instant Coffee market was valued at 23.51 Billion USD in 2017 and will reach 34.40 Billion USD by the end of 2022, growing at a CAGR of 7.91% during 2017-2022.Instant coffee, also called soluble coffee, coffee crystals, and coffee powder, is a beverage derived from brewed coffee beans that enables people to quickly prepare hot coffee by adding hot water to the powder or crystals and stirring.Instant coffee is commercially prepared by either freeze-drying or spray drying, after which it can be rehydrated.Instant coffee in a concentrated liquid form is also manufactured.Request a sample of this research study at https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-instant-coffee-market-research-report-2020/request-sampleInstant Coffee can be divided into two categories--spray-drying type coffee and freeze-drying type coffee.Spray-drying type production market share accounted for the highest proportion, with a figure of 65.27% in 2017, freeze-drying type account for 34.73%.The sales market share of global Instant Coffee in supermarket channel, online sales channel and other channel have been stable year by year, at 49.7%, 37.7% and 12.5% respectively in 2017, and for several consecutive years, the amplitude was within one percent.Among them, the Instant Coffee market has the most promising sales prospects in the supermarket channel.Nestle is the largest company in the global Instant Coffee market, accounted for 43.13% of the revenue market share in 2017, followed by JDE and The Kraft Heinz, accounted for 16.27% and 4.25% of the revenue market share in 2017.The global market for instant coffee is highly consolidated.
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16th Sept 2020 - Global Nonalcoholic Beverage Market is anticipated to reach USD 1.60 trillion by 2025.Non-alcoholic beverages contain less than 0.5% alcohol.Furthermore, increasing focus on R among key players with regards to low or zero-calories drinks is estimated to witness high growth in the years to come.On the other hand, there are factors that may hamper the growth of the market such as strict government rules and regulations related to the ingredients in non-alcoholic beverages and increasing awareness regarding among consumers regarding health hazards such as diabetes resulting out of excessive consumption of non-alcoholic beverages.The market is anticipated to grow at a significant CAGR of 5.8% in the upcoming period as the scope, product types, and its applications are increasing across the globe.Access Nonalcoholic Beverage Market Report with TOC @ https://www.millioninsights.com/industry-reports/nonalcoholic-beverage-marketNonalcoholic Beverage Market may be explored by product, distribution channel and geography.The “Functional beverage” dominated the Beverage Market in 2016 and anticipated to maintain its dominance by 2025.Nonalcoholic Beverage Market may be explored by distribution channel as Vending Machine Operations, Supermarkets and general merchandisers, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations, Food Service & Drinking Places, and Other.The “Supermarket and Convenience stores” segment dominated the Nonalcoholic Beverage Market in 2016 and is anticipated to maintain its dominance by 2025.
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The Business Research Company published its Premix Cocktails Global Market Report 2020 which provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global Premix Cocktails market.The report provides in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the market, along with revised market numbers due to the effects of the coronavirus.The report covers the premix cocktails market’s segments-1) By Product Type: Rum, Whiskey, Vodka, Wine, Others2) By Flavor: Fruits, Spiced, Others3) By Distribution Channel: Hyper/Supermarket, Departmental Stores, Specialty Stores, Online Retailers.View Complete Report: https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/report/premix-cocktails-market-global-report-2020-30-covid-19-growth-and-changePremix Cocktails Global Market Report 2020 is the most comprehensive report available on this market and will help gain a truly global perspective as it covers 60 geographies.The chapter on the impact of COVID-19 gives valuable insights on supply chain disruptions, logistical challenges, and other economic implications of the virus on the market.The decline is mainly due to economic slowdown across countries owing to the COVID-19 outbreak and the measures to contain it.The market is then expected to recover and reach $20.33 billion in 2023 at CAGR of 4.09%.Bars are increasingly preparing premixes of cocktails and are refrigerating them to serve customers on request.Bartenders are mixing cocktails ahead of orders and are prebatching them, giving them time to interact with the customers and make sure they have best experience.Few Points From Table Of Content1.
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In addition FMI anticipates the report on global XYZ market to help its patrons to understand and gaze the important aspects that are expected to intensify the growth patterns of the global market in near future.The study and research doesn’t confine itself to just the patterns but takes a leap ahead and do a complete analysis of the market size and forecast for the different segments & geographies covering the impact analysis of ongoing covid 19 pandemic.Get a Sample PDF of this Market Report at https://www.factomarketinsights.com/sample/593The report on global High-efficiency Laundry Liquid Detergent market covers the key market growth indicators, covering the value and supply chain analysis, year-on-year (Y-o-Y) growth and compounded annual growth rate (CAGR), in the Facto Market Insights (FMI) research report along with top macroeconomic indicators.The study is way beneficial for the investors, manufacturers, suppliers, stakeholders, and distributors, because it can help them to understand the strategies of the market and also, they can withdraw information presented in market research report.Impact Analysis of Corona virus Disease (COVID-19)The research report covers the impact analysis of COVID-19 pandemic on the global High-efficiency Laundry Liquid Detergent market, covering information about each region & countries in order to identify the issues raised by the pandemic over various industries.Countries including U.S., India, Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Brazil, and such other countries have a large number of COVID-19 patients, due to which the countries went under lockdown conditions in the past.Thus, with the ongoing situation of lockdown, many industries have been adversely impacted, and it is expected that the economy of such nations are going to suffer a massive loss over the upcoming years, and also the global economy is anticipated to slip into a recession, which is considered to hamper the growth of the overall market.Read Detailed Index of full Research Study at https://www.factomarketinsights.com/report/593/high-efficiency-laundry-liquid-detergent-market-amrSegment InformationThe research offers a comprehensive analysis of global High-efficiency Laundry Liquid Detergent Market with respect to following sub-markets: By End User Residential•    CommercialBy Distribution Channel Independent Grocery Stores•    Supermarket & Hypermarket•    Departmental & Convenience Stores•    Online Sales ChannelsBy Region North Americao    U.S.o    Canadao    Mexico•    Europeo    Germanyo    Franceo    UKo    Spaino    Italyo    Rest of Europe•    Asia-Pacifico    Chinao    Indiao    Australiao    Japano    South Koreao    Rest of Asia-Pacific•    LAMEAo    South Africao    Brazilo    Argentinao    Rest of LAMEA  Regional RepresentationThe market for medical device technologies is segregated on the basis of regional basis into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East and Africa.The study also includes the estimations about market growth at the regional and country levels.
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In What Works For Me – a series of articles considering how we can find balance in our lives – we talk to celebrities about wellbeing and self-care.Surfing, pole dancing, running, HIIT, Pilates and yoga. These are just some of the eclectic – and exhausting – hobbies of TV chef and presenter Rachel Khoo.“I love the mental aspect of exercise, it’s not just about the physical things,” she tells HuffPost UK. “With surfing, for example, you’re waiting for your next wave, you’re focussed, you’re in the moment. For me, exercise provides escapism.”Keeping active is now Khoo’s main form of self-care, but she used to hate exercising when the fitness industry was “all about losing weight”. In more recent years, though, the narrative has been more about feeling good – and the 40-year-old has thrown herself into trying everything.“I follow this Instagram account called See my Strong [started by journalist and author Poorna Bell],” says Khoo. “It’s really championing exercise, not as a form of looking slimmer or getting into a bikini shape – which I’ve always struggled with – but it’s more about feeling your best.” READ MORE: Your Ultimate Guide To Exercising Outdoors If You Never Have Before Pre-pandemic, the account inspired Khoo to try pole dancing, because she’s always been fascinated by the strength of performers. When the studio was forced to close, she signed up to a weight training programme on the app FIIT and discovered a new love.  “I really enjoy it, because I feel really strong afterwards,” she says. “I’ve got to pick up a 15 kilo toddler when he’s screaming, so I want to be strong for that. I want to feel like I can do these things.”Khoo has two children: a four-year-old and an 18-month-old. She moved to Sweden in 2016, so hasn’t had to deal with months of homeschooling like her British friends, as her eldest has continued nursery. But, she says, the pandemic has still been a challenge. All her work is based in the UK – and Sweden was only added to the government’s “travel corridors” list this week. “I was a week off filming a TV project [when lockdown hit] and that got postponed, and there’s still all this uncertainty,” she says. “I don’t have any work. I’ve lost out on a lot of work and I’m continuing to lose out on work because I can’t travel. So, I’ve had to grapple with the situation.”READ MORE: How To Make A Career Plan When You Feel Like There Are No Options Khoo acknowledges she’s in “a very privileged situation” financially, because she has the support of her husband, but says work still forms a key part of her identity.  “I built it up from scratch and I’m very proud of my career, it’s a lot of blood sweat and tears that have got me to where I am,” she says. “I’m losing out on all these jobs and I have no security. You start thinking: ‘Should I go and get a job at the local supermarket?’”Another source of frustration during the pandemic has been the government’s obesity strategy, says Khoo. As a chef, she’s taken an active interest in it. “The government keeps saying people need to lose weight and there should be a tax on unhealthy food, but I think they should also be making fruit and veg more accessible and encourage people to eat it,” she says. “If buying some fruit and veg is more expensive than getting a bucket of fried chicken and chips, what are people meant to choose?” READ MORE: This Crispy Tofu With Spicy Sichuan Glaze Salad Recipe Will Win Over Your Kids Khoo herself identifies as a “flexitarian” and limits the amount of meat she buys, usually settling on one organic chicken a month. It’ll be used for a roast, then a pie the next day. The bones will make stock, and that will form the basis of a chicken risotto.“If you’re going to use meat, you have to make sure you really use it all the way and that you’re not wasting anything,” she says. “My biggest bugbear is food waste.”She isn’t likely to make the jump to vegetarian or vegan anytime soon, though – even after delving into sustainable diets during her recent podcast venture, A Carnivore’s Crisis, recorded earlier this year. “I think you have to do the best you can,” she says. “Don’t get into this moral guilt and think you’re the cause of the end of the world and climate change. I don’t think the responsibility should fall on the individual to solve climate problems, it needs to be a joint effort between the government, big corporations and the individual.”READ MORE: So, Who Did The 'Eat Out To Help Out' Deal Actually Help? Her attitude of “doing the best you can” extends towards parenting, she jokes. “If they need to watch Peppa Pig, so be it! At the end of the day, they will be alright. It’s about not being so hard on yourself.”Until her work situation resolves itself, Khoo is staying positive with her daily exercise routine, coupled with the occasional online cookery class. She may need to “pivot” her career plans to suit the new world we live in, but she’ll no doubt land on her feet, with the same tried-and-tested methods. “I find a lot of comfort in action and doing things, rather than being in the moment and feeling sorry for myself,” she says. “Everything I’ve done in my career is because I’ve gone and knocked on doors. A lot of doors haven’t opened, a lot of doors have been slammed in my face. “But persistence pays off, I really believe that.”Rachel Khoo is the host of the documentary podcast series A Carnivore’s Crisis, a Pipi Films production written and produced by Nicola Harvey and Naima Brown. It’s now available on Audible.More What Works For Me Davina McCall’s Life In Lockdown: ‘It Felt Like The World Was Collapsing’ Jordan Stephens On Mental Health And Racism: 'Sometimes I Just Want To Burn Everything Down' Evanna Lynch: 'I Was Addicted To People Who Made Me Feel Bad'
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Muslim NHS workers have revealed the disgraceful Islamophobia they face from their own patients, with taunts about being “terrorists” and being told “go back to your own country”.HuffPost UK joined forces with the British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA) for a flagship survey of more than 100 Muslim medics about the Islamophobia they experienced at work.In the first part of our investigation, we looked at the institutional Islamophobia Muslim medics face from bosses and colleagues within the NHS. Related... Exclusive: Muslim Medics Taunted About Bacon And Alcohol – By Their Own NHS Colleagues  But many Muslim healthcare staff have admitted they regularly face Islamophobic abuse from patients, too, with some refusing to be treated by Muslim doctors at all and others bringing up terrorism or even accusing them of killing people.A startling 80% of Muslim medics surveyed by HuffPost UK revealed they had experienced Islamophobia or racism from patients in the NHS.Shehla Imtiaz-Umer, a GP in Derby, says it isn’t just abuse from patients that is upsetting – it’s also situations when colleagues don’t stand up for her, or ask if she “misunderstood” what happened.Once, working a night shift as part of her training, she was asked to speak to a cancer patient at the end of his life.“We knew he was going to die and resuscitation would be futile,” she told HuffPost UK. “However, he and his family decided they wanted full resuscitation. I was asked to speak to him and his family, but by the time I got there, his family had gone.”As soon as he saw her enter the bay wearing her headscarf, the patient – who was in his 60s – told Imtiaz-Umer he didn’t want to talk to her. He said: “Your religion is about killing people and mine is about saving lives.”Imtiaz-Umer said: “It was awful. I was upset and disgusted that someone could have such a viewpoint.“But I was also offended. I was a Muslim doctor working a night shift and my whole purpose for becoming a medic was to save and improve lives.“But his perception based on seeing my hijab was that I wanted to do the opposite.”His words were: ‘Your religion is about killing people and mine is about saving lives.’Shehla Imtiaz-Umer, a GPShe admitted: “I knew I would cry if I stayed there so I had a sob off the ward.”But when she went to the staff room and shared her experience with colleagues, hoping for some words of comfort, she was stunned by their reaction.“There was just pin drop silence and no empathy from my white colleagues, which was disappointing,” she recalled. “They asked if I was sure that’s what the patient meant and said: ‘Maybe you misunderstood.’“I’m not saying my white colleagues are racist but I feel they don’t understand as they’ve never experienced it. I’ve been called a P*** most of my life. Their reaction spoke volumes.” As a graduate paramedic on the front line, Madiyah Bandali, 21 – who lives in Birmingham – says she faces a huge amount of Islamophobia from patients who lash out after seeing her hijab.“I’ve had patients say they don’t want to be treated by me because I am Muslim,” she said.“One patient asked: ‘What’s Osama Bin Laden’s daughter doing here?’ after seeing my hijab.“I get Islamophobic remarks at least once a week. It’s worse when something has happened and Islam is in the news.“People make terrorist comments and tell me: ‘Go back to your own country.’ Most colleagues stick up for me. The most hurtful thing is when they don’t and tell me to grin and bear it.” One patient asked: ‘What’s Osama Bin Laden’s daughter doing here?’ after seeing my hijab.Madiyah Bandali, a graduate paramedicOnce, Bandali was treating a patient for a head injury after he’d been in a fight. “He said: ‘I don’t want a dirty P*** touching me,’ and tried to get violent. My mentor had to drag him away before I got hurt. It was really frightening.”Bandali admitted her parents have begged her to leave the NHS as they are worried she’ll get hurt. She describes herself as someone who is confident with little self-doubt, but confesses there have been times she has felt overwhelmed and close to giving up.“I sometimes questioned why I was putting myself through it,” she said. “I wanted to be a paramedic as I was interested in emergency medicine and wanted to be hands-on straight away and help save people.“But I had no idea I would face so many different challenges with Islamophobia.”Conversations instigated by patients about Muslims and terrorism make many Muslim NHS workers feel uncomfortable, as if they are being asked to defend their religion.Sabeeta Farooqi, a trainee GP in Leeds who wears a hijab, had a patient come to her with a urological issue when he suddenly began asking her questions about bombings and terrorism.“The conversation came out of nowhere and I tried to get him back to his clinical problem and reminded him that’s why he was there,” she said. “I avoided his questions as I didn’t want a confrontation.”The patient then asked Farooqi if she was OK with “examining his private parts” as she was a Muslim woman. “I told him I was a clinician and he was a patient and I was happy to examine him.” The GP partner at the practice was supportive and asked if Farooqi wanted the patient removed from the register. “I said no as I didn’t feel right taking him off the list because of this incident,” she said. “But it left a big impact on me and I realised I was viewed differently because I was Muslim.”Kiran Rahim, 34, a paediatric registrar working in London, says during her training she was taught to say: “I’m sorry you feel that way,” when subjected to abuse from patients.“It was very much a view of: ‘The patient is always right,’” she said. “But I did not feel comfortable apologising for someone’s Islamophobia.“As I’ve become more senior, I have realised NHS staff are not here to be abused. I now simply tell patients I don’t have to stand for their abuse or treat them.”Ramsha Hanif, 27, a pharmacist in Derbyshire, agrees. She had a customer who would constantly ask her about her religion and ethnicity and tell her that her name wasn’t “very English”.On one occasion, he asked her what her name was. When she answered, he replied: “No, it’s not, it’s ‘naan bread’!”Hanif said: “He kept shouting it but I just ignored him.”But when the customer came in the following time, he called Hanif “naan bread” again. “I told him I wasn’t doing his prescription but could direct him to another pharmacy,” she said.“I stayed professional but realised I didn’t have to put up with it. I wasn’t really upset by it, but he had no right to call me that and I knew I had to take a stand.”Medical student Khadija, 21, says Islamophobia from patients can be subtle as well as overt. “I’ve had occasions such as standing in a group of two medical students and asking a patient a question, only for them to address my white colleagues or tell me they don’t want to speak to me,” she said.“Or they say things like: ‘You people have such difficult names,’ and question your ancestry, and make you feel different and alien.” I never let my armour down and let patients know they’ve got to me. But I might go home and have a cry after a bad experience.Khadija, a medical studentSome days, Khadija admits going home after a day of placements having experienced “horrible Islamophobia” can make her feel she isn’t welcome or deserving of being a doctor.“I’m a resilient person and regardless of how bad things get, I never let my armour down and let patients know they’ve got to me. But I might go home and have a cry after a bad experience.”One 40-year-old male consultant has now left the NHS and moved abroad and told HuffPost UK the Islamophobia he and his family faced in the NHS and wider society was a factor.One patient who had an appointment with him told his secretary he didn’t want to see a Muslim doctor and instead wanted to see a Christian one. “The secretary was shocked and said it was unacceptable,” he said.“My line manager was supportive and it was addressed immediately. They wrote to the patient explaining the diversity and equality act and how he wasn’t able to choose the doctor he saw.”The patient came in for his next appointment and the consultant treated him like every other patient and neither of them mentioned the issue.However, the patient then made a complaint about him, saying he’d not given proper time and attention to his issues – even though he’d spent 45 minutes seeing him rather than the 30-minute consultation time expected.“It was horrible,” admitted the consultant. “This patient categorically said he didn’t want to see me as I was Muslim.”He says that while Islamophobia in the NHS contributed to his decision to move abroad, it wasn’t the only reason. “Islamophobia wasn’t confined to the NHS,” he said. “The attitude to Muslims was getting worse in society. My wife had her hijab pulled from her head in the supermarket and had nasty comments made about her.”He added: “With the way things are propagated about Muslims, Islamophobia in the NHS is a consequence, not a cause.“My fear is for the younger generation of Muslims entering the NHS, particularly if they’re visibly Muslim.”A 35-year-old male nursing associate who works in Birmingham told HuffPost UK that, since Brexit, patients have become more vocal about Islamophobia.“So many times, I have been told to ‘go back to my country’ by patients,” he said. “Sometimes, they tell me I smell, and I have been called a P*** and terrorist so many times. “I was on one ward where a patient passed away and his family came and said: ‘You bloody P***. You killed our dad. Go back to your country.’ I hadn’t even looked after that patient. I was just on the ward.”If politicians, world leaders and MPs seem able to say such things, others feel it is normal to be Islamophobic and even actively encouraged.A senior registrar in emergency medicine told HuffPost UK: “People feel they can say what they want about Muslims as no one cares.“If politicians, world leaders and MPs seem able to say such things, others feel it is normal to be Islamophobic and even actively encouraged.”One doctor said Muslims in the NHS develop a thick skin. “One patient said: ’You must work for ISIS,′ and I told him: ‘No, I work for the NHS.’“If abuse gets out of hand, you just tell security. Physical aggression is taken more seriously than verbal Islamophobic or racist abuse.”Dr Salman Waqar, general secretary at BIMA, said: “Not to excuse their behaviour in any way, but it is often fuelled by the media narrative. If people are vulnerable and in pain, if they’ve been told foreign-looking or sounding people are not to be trusted, they can lash out.“There are a lot of horrible stories about the Islamophobia people in the NHS face from patients.”Iman Atta, director of Tell Mama – which supports victims of Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate – told HuffPost UK they regularly receive reports of incidents of Islamophobia from health workers.“Muslim NHS staff put themselves at stake on the front line, but in return, they are facing discrimination on an almost daily basis,” she said.“Why should anyone as a human being be abused? Muslim people have a right to be doctors – and anything they want to be.”Related... 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Manufacturers in the global liquid breakfast market are focussing on launching different variants of breakfast products in order to cater to the evolving needs of consumers who are more cautious of their health and demand tasty, healthy and fresh ready-to-eat food products.Maintaining a proper value chain in order to optimise the price of the final product is another strategy that has been followed by manufacturers.The rivalry among manufacturers in the different regions is high and there are no exit barriers.Manufacturers are concentrating on producing innovative products to boost sales.Consumers are aware of other healthy alternatives such as fruit and vegetable juices available in the market at cheaper prices.The global liquid breakfast products market is anticipated to reach about 302,066 MT by 2017 end and is estimated to be pegged at about 515,341 MT by the end of 2027, registering a CAGR of 5.6%.Download Sample [email protected] https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-gb-4680Market SegmentationBy Product Type By Region By Packaging Type By Distribution Channel ·         Liquid Breakfasto    Milk and Cereal Based Breakfasto    Drinkable Yogurto    Vegetable Liquid Soupo    Chilled Soup·          Spoonable Breakfast·         North America·         Latin America·         Eastern Europe·         Western Europe·          Asia Pacific Excluding Japan (APEJ)·         Japan·         Middle East & Africa (MEA)·         Pouches·         Cups & Tubs·         Bottles·         Carton Packaging·         Cans·         Hypermarket/Supermarket·         Retail Stores·         Convenience Stores·         Online Selling·         Other Retail FormatsAsk an Analyst @ https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/ask-question/rep-gb-4680Report StructureThe main feature of this report is Future Market Insights’ analysis and recommendations on the global ready-to drink breakfast market.The report presents an overview of the global ready-to drink breakfast market, market taxonomy, and a market dynamics section that underlines factors influencing the growth of the global ready-to drink breakfast market.Our analysts have provided key strategic recommendations for both existing and new players in the market to emerge sustainably profitable.
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In this report, Radiant Insights, Inc. offers a comprehensive analysis of key market trends in the global Elastic Tape market.It also includes discussion on historical trends, current market status, competitive landscape, growth opportunities and challenges which are backed by factful feedbacks.The report extensively provides quantitative analysis of the industry from 2014-2026, by Region, Type, Application.Furthermore, the report quantifies the market share held by the major players of the industry and provides an in-depth view of the competitive landscape.The worldwide market for Elastic Tape market will reach xxx Million USD in 2020 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of xx% 2021-2026.Download Free Sample Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-elastic-tape-market-research-report-2020/request-sample Geographically, global Elastic Tape market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including• Kinesio Taping• Mueller• 3M• Nitto• Medco Sports• Cramer• Hausmann• Jaybird• Johnson & Johnson• Medco• PerformPlus• SpiderTech• RockTape• KT Tape• Walgreens• Medline• Honeywell• First Aid Only On the basis of product, we research the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate, primarily split into• Adhesive Type• Compression Type For the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate of Elastic Tape for each application, including• Franchised Store• On-line Shop• Sport Team• Mall & Supermarket• Other Production, consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate are the key targets for Elastic Tape from 2014 to 2026 (forecast) in these regions• China• USA• Europe• Japan• Korea• India• Southeast Asia• South America Browse Full Research Report with TOC @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-elastic-tape-market-research-report-2020 Table of Contents 1 Report Overview1.1 Definition1.2 Manufacturers and Regions Overview1.2.1 Manufacturers Overview1.2.2 Regions Overview1.3 Type Overview1.4 Application Overview1.5 Industrial Chain1.5.1 Elastic Tape Overall Industrial Chain1.5.2 Upstream1.5.3 Downstream1.5.4 Economic/Political Environment 2 Global Elastic Tape Market Assesment by Types2.1 Overall Market Performance2.1.1 Product Type Market Performance (Volume)2.1.2 Product Type Market Performance (Value)2.2 China Elastic Tape Market Performance2.3 USA Elastic Tape Market Performance2.4 Europe Elastic Tape Market Performance2.5 Japan Elastic Tape Market Performance2.6 Korea Elastic Tape Market Performance2.7 India Elastic Tape Market Performance2.8 Southeast Asia Elastic Tape Market Performance2.9 South America Elastic Tape Market Performance 3 Global Elastic Tape Market Assesment by Application3.1 Overall Market Performance (Volume)3.2 China Elastic Tape Market Performance (Volume)3.3 USA Elastic Tape Market Performance (Volume)3.4 Europe Elastic Tape Market Performance (Volume)3.5 Japan Elastic Tape Market Performance (Volume)3.6 Korea Elastic Tape Market Performance (Volume)3.7 India Elastic Tape Market Performance (Volume)3.8 Southeast Asia Elastic Tape Market Performance (Volume)3.9 South America Elastic Tape Market Performance (Volume) Continued… Read all Reports of this category @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/catalog/chemicals-and-materials About Radiant InsightsRadiant Insights is a platform for companies looking to meet their market research and business intelligence requirements.
We’re here to guide you through the coronavirus pandemic. Sign up to the Life newsletter for daily tips, advice, how-tos and escapism.When the sun was shining, it wasn’t difficult to have a socially-distanced social life, with a park or beer garden as the backdrop. But now, as autumn closes in, we’re starting to head inside – just as UK Covid-19 cases are rising. Earlier this week, Dr Ben Neuman, an associate professor at the University of Reading, said the move indoors “may not be likely to drive up Covid-19 numbers on its own”. Instead, he told PA that our changing behaviour poses the problem, as we begin to spend more time in places where face masks aren’t mandatory, such as restaurants, and swap “bring your own” picnics for communal dinner parties. READ MORE: Why You Should Embrace Autumn, Even If You're Feeling A Little Wobbly For those concerned about the big move indoors, HuffPost UK asked leading experts in respiratory disease, immunology and hygiene for their top tips to reduce the risks.  Remember, the current government guidelines state that no more than two households should be present when you’re socialising indoors, at home or at the pub. At certain larger venues – such as wedding venues – groups of up to 30 people are permitted.  1. Wear a face maskBy now, you’re probably used to wearing a face mask on public transport and in the supermarket, but Dr Jenna Macciochi, an immunologist based at the University of Sussex, recommends wearing a face covering “in any situation where you are indoors and can’t keep at least 1m from people outside of your family bubble”.2. Consider seating arrangementsProfessor Sally Bloomfield, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, acknowledges that while face masks are the best option, people are unlikely to wear them when visiting friends and family in the home. In this situation, she says you should strive to maintain social distancing “as much as possible”. This includes avoiding hugs and thinking about where you sit. “If you’re sitting in a lounge area, make sure you’ve got enough chairs so people aren’t sitting close together on sofas. If you’ve got a dinner table, make sure that people are properly spaced,” she says.“Even grouping people at the table, you should try and do things like put one household at one end of the table and the other at the opposite end.”READ MORE: Can You Catch Covid-19 More Than Once? 3. Choose home over the pubIf you’re split between meeting a mate at the pub or inviting them over for a beer, choose the latter, says Dr Julian Tang, a consultant virologist and Professor in the Department of Respiratory Sciences at University of Leicester.“Avoid crowded indoor spaces if possible, where there is poor ventilation and where people are unlikely to be wearing masks, like bars, pubs and restaurants,” he says. “If there are many people inside, the probability that someone may be infected is higher and the smaller air volume is less able to dilute the virus.” 4. Opt for venues with high ceilings If you are meeting outside the home, try to avoid indoor spaces with low ceilings, adds Dr Tang. “Large open indoor areas with high ceilings like churches, concert halls, cinemas, theatres have larger air volumes to dilute any airborne virus – which is convected upwards by people’s body heat – away from their breathing zones. High ceilings can allow for this. However the ventilation is not always good in these indoor recreational spaces.”5. Open the windowBoth Dr Tang and Professor Bloomfield recommend cracking open a window if you’re indoors with others, even if it means grabbing that spare jumper. This is easier at home, but you can also try to grab a window seat at the pub/restaurant. “Any airborne virus concentration will gradually increase if the ventilation is poor,” explains Dr Tang. 6. Avoid public transport  Whether you’re travelling to work or a mate’s house, avoid public transport where you can. “Wake a little earlier and enjoy the walk or cycle to work, see it as part of your daily movement,” says Dr Macciochi. “Public transport due to the proximity and shared surfaces make it a perfect place for viruses to spread.  Avoid any non-essential journeys on public transport.”7. Do not share food If you’re hosting a lunch or dinner party, small adjustments such as putting out two bowls of crisps (one for each household) rather than one central bowl can make a big difference, says Professor Bloomfield. At dinner, avoid passing around communal crockery such as dishes of vegetables, she adds, where one person will touch the bowl and spoon after the other. “If you’re the host, plate up the food in the kitchen with hands that you have recently washed,” she says. “Guests should eat it with their knives and forks and afterwards, everything goes in the dishwasher. It’s about making sure that you don’t pass around any germs while you’re passing around that food.” 8. Maintain good hand and surface hygiene If someone is entering your home, you should work on the assumption that they may have the virus, says Professor Bloomfield. “There is a risk of transferring the virus via hands or surfaces. If any one in the group is infected, a) they will be expelling droplets which will settle on to surfaces and b) they will likely be touching their mouth or nose and have the virus on their hands,” she says. “Avoiding transmission via their hands and contact surfaces is key.”You don’t need to sanitise your entire home, but do regularly clean surfaces that are frequently touched, such as door handles, Prof. Bloomfield adds. You might also want to consider making sanitiser readily available in your home, so guests can use it before meals if they choose. READ MORE: When Will Social Distancing End In The UK? 9. Ask guests to clean the looOkay, it might break every rule in the etiquette rule book, but politely ask guests to spitz down the bathroom after using it, as this is a major area for contamination risk, says Prof. Bloomfield. “Everyone uses the toilet and when they do, they’ll touch the toilet seat, the flush handle, the tap handle,” she says. “You really should position a bleach spray by the toilet and leave a polite notice asking everybody to spray and wipe any surfaces they’ve touched before they leave the area.”10. Keep the noise down  We get it, you’re excited to hang out with loved ones and experience a slice of normality, but keep a lid on your volume. “Try not to speak loudly or shout during normal conversation over normal conversational distances – and try to avoid those who do,” says Dr Tang. “Masking still helps with this, but the number of aerosolised droplets increases dramatically with loudness of talking and shouting - and singing. Similarly with laughing.”11. Know the Covid-19 symptoms The breadth of symptoms now noted for Covid-19 is increasing, as our knowledge of the virus is updated. Keep up to date with the possible signs and ensure you isolate to avoid spreading the virus if in doubt, says Dr Macciochi.  If you are spending increasing periods indoors “make sure to get some time outdoors each day and top up your vitamin D with a supplement”, she adds. READ MORE: Smile... With Your Eyes. How Face Masks Made Us Rethink Communication. Should You Wear A Face Shield Against Covid-19? We Asked The Experts What Are Super-Spreader Events – And How Can You Avoid Them?
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In this report, Radiant Insights, Inc. offers a comprehensive analysis of key market trends in the global Baby Bibs market.It also includes discussion on historical trends, current market status, competitive landscape, growth opportunities and challenges which are backed by factful feedbacks.The report extensively provides quantitative analysis of the industry from 2014-2026,by Region, Type, Application.Consumption assessment by application, production by type in different regions.Furthermore, the report quantifies the market share held by the major players of the industry and provides an in-depth view of the competitive landscape.Download Free Sample Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-baby-bibs-market-analysis/request-sample Geographically, global Baby Bibs market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including• Good Baby• PIGEON• BabyBjorn• Carter's• Niteo Collection• Matimati Baby• Aden + Anais• Skip Hop• Babyprem• Orthodontic Retaine On the basis of product, we research the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate, primarily split into• Disposable• Non-disposable For the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate of Baby Bibs for each application, including• Online Shop• Supermarket Production, consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate are the key targets for Baby Bibs from 2014 to 2026 (forecast) in these regions• China• USA• Europe• Japan• Korea• India• Southeast Asia• South America Browse Full Research Report with TOC @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-baby-bibs-market-analysis Table of Contents 1 Report Overview1.1 Definition1.2 Manufacturers and Regions Overview1.2.1 Manufacturers Overview1.2.2 Regions Overview1.3 Type Overview1.4 Application Overview1.5 Industrial Chain1.5.1 Baby Bibs Overall Industrial Chain1.5.2 Upstream1.5.3 Downstream1.5.4 Economic/Political Environment 2 Global Baby Bibs Market Assesment by Types2.1 Overall Market Performance2.1.1 Product Type Market Performance (Volume)2.1.2 Product Type Market Performance (Value)2.2 China Baby Bibs Market Performance2.3 USA Baby Bibs Market Performance2.4 Europe Baby Bibs Market Performance2.5 Japan Baby Bibs Market Performance2.6 Korea Baby Bibs Market Performance2.7 India Baby Bibs Market Performance2.8 Southeast Asia Baby Bibs Market Performance2.9 South America Baby Bibs Market Performance 3 Global Baby Bibs Market Assesment by Application3.1 Overall Market Performance (Volume)3.2 China Baby Bibs Market Performance (Volume)3.3 USA Baby Bibs Market Performance (Volume)3.4 Europe Baby Bibs Market Performance (Volume)3.5 Japan Baby Bibs Market Performance (Volume)3.6 Korea Baby Bibs Market Performance (Volume)3.7 India Baby Bibs Market Performance (Volume)3.8 Southeast Asia Baby Bibs Market Performance (Volume)3.9 South America Baby Bibs Market Performance (Volume) Continued… Read all Reports of this category @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/catalog/consumer-goods About Radiant InsightsRadiant Insights is a platform for companies looking to meet their market research and business intelligence requirements.
It’s another morning in our studio apartment, and my six-year-old son and I fight for my laptop. He has a drawing class ― the only online class I could find where he can talk to other kids ― and I annoy the teacher by banging pans as I try to cook something we are not sick of eating. (I fail.)I am antsy to finish writing an article for a client, so as I wash the dreaded dishes, I scribble an outline. I finally get the computer back, and my son tries to squeeze in next to me on my chair and nags me to draw a cobra. I snap at him, which I’ve been doing a lot more in the recent months, and he patiently goes on to draw the battle of Titanoboa and Tyrannosaurus Rex while blasting Animal I Have Become by Three Days Grace.I try to work some more. We eat, he begs to go outside ― which we do, but we alternate days ― one for errands like doctors and food shopping, and one to do something he wants. We come home; I teach English online. The day is suddenly over, and at midnight, he will fall asleep, and I will debate whether to watch an Amazon show or to catch up on sleep. (I will never catch up on sleep.)Then we get up the next day and do it all over again. I rise at 6 a.m. for a part-time job interview. My son gets up too, and accidentally drops the monster truck next to me right in the middle of a question. Fuck! The interviewer now knows I am a mom. I never get a callback. I cry, because I spent three days, unpaid, preparing for that interview.If that weren’t enough, my head is exploding with decisions I must make on my own: Do we move, and can I afford it? When can I work full-time again? Will schools ever be safe? How will I take care of my child if I get sick? I cry some more. My son hugs me. I feel even guiltier, so I get my act together.I cannot afford to not work. Because it’s just the two of us, I also cannot afford to get sick, and much less, die. I cry often, mostly because I feel guilty: I am either working or looking for work most days, and my son has been left to his other parent ― my cell phone. I check my history and see videos about the observable universe, the tallest skyscrapers in the world, a documentary on baby harp seals (watched 117 times) and the fights of Indominus Rex with other dinosaurs. Not the worst of the internet, I figure. Then again, yesterday I found my kid watching “how to survive a grenade blast.”I cannot afford to not work. Because it’s just the two of us, I also cannot afford to get sick, and much less, die. I cry often, mostly because I feel guilty: I am either working or looking for work most days, and my son has been left to his other parent ― my cell phone.Every other week, I pay a psychologist to listen to me. He’s not particularly good, but he’s cheap. I think of him as my only friend to whom I can honestly say: I am not okay. I am far from okay.“I’m so glad the pandemic is basically over,” a single friend says to me. Like other friends without kids, he has found a way to go back to almost-normal, with the mask and gel. These friends are taking holidays, having caught up on their reading list, mastered another language or a musical instrument during confinement. I sigh as he says this. My own pandemic experience began in March and is still going full-force and won’t come to an end in the coming months. I haven’t even mastered survival.So I google. The one article I can find for single parents suggests I focus on “finding time for yourself” (when?) and allowing more screen time (as if I ever had the luxury of banning it). I’m not convinced it was written by a single parent.The pandemic has been a different experience for those with kids. For most (myself included), our kids are still at home, testing our sanity day in and day out. Many parents have found a way to manage this new normality ― couples describe having to work in shifts as the other parent watches the kids. Many are still having a hard time ― another friend complains about her lack of alone time: just an hour a day, she says, while her husband takes their child for a walk in their suburbia. (It’s an ugly truth to admit, but I’ll say it ― I envy her.) I see articles about this generation of parents worrying about falling behind in their careers and listicles of how to manage psychologically. They make my right eye tick, as does the question, “What do you do in your free time?”Day after day, I see news stories and features about moms doing a disproportionate share of the housework and childcare. In reading this conversation ― whether among friends on Facebook or in the media ― a Norman Rockwell-esque picture of a family emerges. Just as I thought we’ve taken a step forward as a society, finally starting to include in our conversation parents who are multiracial or LGTBQ+, parents who fare differently economically, parents who are ... different from the “norm” ― we seem to be doing a lot of backtracking during the pandemic. Coronavirus has put the spotlight back on the struggles of a white family of cisgender parents and their 2.4 children.Somehow, the stories that acknowledge the fact that different families both exist and may have other challenges in coping are few and far between.So what about the other families? What about those who are standing in line at the food bank, risking exposure? Those who have been or still are sick and therefore unable to work? Those who are being evicted or fired from their jobs? And, forgive me for being selfish ― but what about me?I am invisible in this pandemic. As a solo parent ― one is solely responsible for the well-being of a child, one who carries the full burden of the financial, custodial and emotional responsibility ― I feel as if I am excluded for the solutions our governments give us.For example, on March 14, the Spanish government confined us to our tiny apartments, fully and completely, without the ability to go for walks or to exercise outside. Kids were not allowed to be outside at all. But then, as a solo parent, how was I to do the shopping? Somehow, society did not figure me into their equation.I solved that problem by staying up until midnight to get a delivery slot from Amazon, then getting up at 5 am to get a slot from another supermarket. Deliveries often took two weeks and came only partially filled. We had to make do without flour and pasta and some basic goods. Leaving him alone to go to a physical store seemed too dangerous ― and potentially illegal. I dipped into my savings (and I do recognise the privilege of even having a savings) and I paid double to get the food we need. Others had it worse: A friend I met later had to rely on a local church for food, and as a condition of receiving aid, you had to send it a photo of your family, standing over the food, smiling, as if everything is OK when it’s not.A group of married women I’m in touch with share in our Whatsapp group chat that they are planning to take the kids to the countryside as their husbands work in the city. They ask, 'Do you want to come?' 'Let the husbands work in peace,' one laughs. 'Can’t, sorry.' I type. 'I am the husband.'At some point during our quarantine, the one-kilometer rule came into effect in Spain: Children could go for walks within 1one kilometer of their house. Adults, on the other hand, could go anywhere. That day, quarantine ended for couples: One parent would stay with the kids as the other would travel wherever they pleased. We, a family of two, one of whom is a child, stayed on a leash. Again, we felt invisible, outside the norm and outside the rules.I snooze friends on Facebook who post the projects they are doing with their kids as their partner works. A group of married women I’m in touch with share in our WhatsApp group chat that they are planning to take the kids to the countryside as their husbands work in the city. They ask, “Do you want to come?” “Let the husbands work in peace,” one laughs. “Can’t, sorry.” I type. “I am the husband.” The conversation ends there.We were all wrong, expecting this pandemic to end a lot sooner. I now have to stretch the little money I make to cover all the illnesses and school closures that will come ― if the schools open at all, that is. I joke that the day my son goes to school, I will sit in silence and stare at the wall. In truth, I probably won’t know what to do with the silence. I do exist, whether society recognises it or not. So I am raising my hand to say, hello, I’m here. We are here. My six-year understands that families are different ― when it comes to size, sex, gender, race, economic status, etc. Why don’t grown-ups? Why can’t society recognise that families like mine ― and families like many others that do not fit the round hole of this square peg of a conversation ― still do exist and are struggling? And that we wouldn’t mind a little help, even if it comes in the form of acknowledgment. That would be the first step to having a conversation that is inclusive, and therefore, one worth having.Kat Rossi is a writer living in Barcelona. This article first appeared on HuffPost Personal.Have a compelling personal story you want to tell? Find out what we’re looking for here, and pitch us on [email protected] from HuffPost UK Personal I’m A So-Called ‘Activist Lawyer’ Who Assists Migrants. Here’s What I Actually Do In Retail, You Get Used To Abuse. But This Pandemic Is A Whole New Level I’m Leaving Britain, In The Middle Of A Pandemic, Because Of Brexit
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Summary The global Shopping Carts market will reach Volume Million USD in 2017 with CAGR xx% 2018-2025.The main contents of the report including: Global market size and forecast Regional market size, production data and export & import Key manufacturers (manufacturing sites, capacity and production, product specifications etc.)Average market price by SUK Major applications Key manufacturers are included based on manufacturing sites, capacity and production, product specifications etc.: National Cart Technibilt R.W.Rogers Americana Companies Unarco CBSF CBSF Shanghai Shibanghuojia Guangzhou Shuang Tao Mesh Manufacture Changshu Yooqi JiugulongAlso Read https://marketersmedia.com/global-shopping-carts-industry-analysis-2019-market-growth-trends-opportunities-forecast-to-2024/88919844 uqi Shkami Versacart The Peggs Company Major applications as follows: Supermarket Shopping Malls Others Regional market size, production data and export & import: Asia-Pacific North America Europe South America Middle East & AfricaFOR MORE DETAILS: https://www.wiseguyreports.com/reports/3336317-global-shopping-carts-market-data-survey-report-2025 About Us:Wise Guy Reports is part of the Wise Guy Research Consultants Pvt.Ltd. and offers premium progressive statistical surveying, market research reports, analysis & forecast data for industries and governments around the globe.
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Gromaal is the local Grocer in Guwahati offering online Purchase of Grocery and Vegetables items and delivery to doorsetp, lot of product options.Grocery online delivery For certain individuals, the most noticeably terrible piece of their week is the point at which they need to take off to the supermarket and complete their shopping.It's reasonable: shopping for food is tedious, it very well may be elusive acceptable arrangements, and it requires a touch of vitality to try and get out to the store to get all that you need.The web has truly opened up alternatives for shoppers who are burnt out on the normal, worn out antics they manage in conventional retail locations.With the ascent of web innovation, there are many various kinds of online stores that permit you to purchase food on the web, and even things like paper items, claim to fame refreshments, produce, diapers and child food, thus significantly more.Furthermore, you may find that the costs of an online market are equivalent to conventional general stores.2) The grocerygame.com.Such huge numbers of individuals cut coupons and spare them, however they neglect to utilize them or don't have the foggiest idea when the best time is to utilize them.
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Market OverviewThe Global Refrigerated Road Transportation Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 6% during the forecast period.The rising demand for perishable packed food globally is anticipated to drive the Refrigerated Road Transportation market in the forecast period.Refrigerated road transportation or refrigerator truck is a van or truck designed to carry perishable freight at specific temperatures.And the rising shipment of the fresh food is also driving the market.According to USDA’s quarterly report from late 2017, shipments of refrigerated fruit and vegetables have been increasing since 2000.The report states, “At 7.72 million tons, reported shipments of refrigerated fruit and vegetables in the fourth quarter of 2017 were the third highest on record for any fourth quarter, behind 2016 at 8.05 million tons and 2011 at 7.99 million tons.However, increasing fuel prices and the environmental impact of road transportation will be hampering the growth of the Refrigerated Road Transportation market for the forecast period.Frozen food has the dominant position in the Refrigerated Road Transportation market of Vehicle Type segment due to rising demand for frozen food such as bakery products, ice cream, processed meat, frozen dairy products, and fish & seafood.However, due to rising supermarket and hypermarket in the cities require refrigerated van to carry frozen food from warehouses to their markets because of compact sizes, and hence refrigerated vans market will grow with a higher CAGR for the forecast period.
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Facto Market Insights (FMI), added a title on “Smart Shoes   Market – 2019-2026” to its collection of market research reports.This market research report provides detailed analysis of market drivers, challenges, opportunity analysis, and trends, along with various key insights.In addition to this, the report on global Smart Shoes Market Size, Trends, Growth & Outlook      market demonstrates the important aspects that are expected to intensify the growth of the global market over the upcoming years.The study also includes the analysis of the market size and forecast for the different segments covering the impact analysis of ongoing COVID-19 disease situation.Get Free Sample Report with Latest Industry Trends at https://www.factomarketinsights.com/sample/156The report on global Smart Shoes   Market Size, Trends, Growth & Outlook market covers the key market growth indicators, covering the value and supply chain analysis, year-on-year (Y-o-Y) growth and compounded annual growth rate (CAGR), in the Facto Market Insights (FMI) research report along with top macroeconomic indicators.The study is way beneficial for the investors, manufacturers, suppliers, stakeholders, and distributors, because it can help them to understand the strategies of the market and also, they can withdraw information presented in market research report.Impact Analysis of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)The research report covers the impact analysis of COVID-19 pandemic on the global Smart Shoes     Market Size, Trends, Growth & Outlook market, covering information about each region & countries in order to identify the issues raised by the pandemic over various industry.Thus, with the ongoing situation of lockdown, many industries have been adversely impacted, and it is expected that the economy of such nations are going to suffer a massive loss over the upcoming years, and also the global economy is anticipated to slip into a recession, which is considered to hamper the growth of the overall market.Explore Full Report with Detailed TOC https://www.factomarketinsights.com/report/156/smart-shoes-market-amr Segment InformationThe market for global Smart Shoes Market Size, Trends, Growth & Outlook market is segmented by Product Type, End Use, Distribution Channel and Region.KEY MARKET SEGMENTSBy Product Type• Smart Walking Shoes• Smart Running Shoes• Smart Sports ShoesBy End Use• Men• WomenBy Distribution Channel• Supermarket/Hypermarket• Specialty Store• Online Store Regional RepresentationThe market for Smart Shoes  Market Size, Trends, Growth & Outlook  is segregated on the basis of regional basis into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East and Africa.
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Dry Mouth Relief Market Share 2020 By Size, Share, Trends, Growth Factors and Leading Players With Detailed AnalysisGlobal Dry Mouth Relief Market: Information by Type (Spray, Mouthwash, Gel, Lozenges), Distribution Channel (Pharmacies, E-Commerce, Supermarket) and Region (Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa) – Forecast till 2026Market HighlightsDry Mouth Relief Market is expected to register a CAGR of 4.10% during the forecast period, with a market value of USD 2,777.14 Million by 2026.Dry mouth, also known as xerostomia, occurs because of the lack of saliva production.Typically, dry mouth is not a disease but is a result of various conditions such as side-effects of certain medicines, cigarette smoking, harmful effects of radiation exposure to the areas of head and neck, dehydration, aging population, and mouth bleeding, among others.Segment AnalysisGlobal Dry Mouth Relief Market has been segmented by Type and Distribution Channel.The market, based on type, has been bifurcated into spray, mouthwash, gel, lozenges, and others.Also Read - https://www.medgadget.com/2019/12/blood-testing-market-2020-global-analysis-segments-size-share-industry-growth-and-recent-trends-by-forecast-to-2023.htmlKey Findings of the StudyThe Global Dry Mouth Relief Market is estimated to reach USD 2,777.14 Million by 2026 at a CAGR of 4.10% during the assessment periodThe Americas accounted for the largest share of the global dry mouth relief market due to the rising prevalence of xerostomiaBased on type, the spray segment is expected to account for the largest market share of 39.9% by 2026On the basis of distribution channel, the pharmacies segment is expected to account for the largest market share of 57.0% by 2026Regional AnalysisThe global dry mouth relief market, based on region, has been divided into the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa.The Americas is likely to dominate the global dry mouth relief market.This can be attributed to the rising patient population suffering from dry mouth or xerostomia in the region.According to the American Dental Association in July 2019, the prevalence of xerostomia ranges from 0.9% to 64.8%.
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Industry Overview of the Frozen Food Market 2020The research report titled Global Frozen Food Market is an all-inclusive document containing crucial data pertaining to sales and revenue of the Frozen Food industry.The report provides historical data (2017-2018) of the industry and provides valuable forecast information for the period of 2020-2027.The report is formulated with the analysis of current and emerging trends based on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.The pandemic has changed the dynamics of the market and has drastically shaken up the economic scenario of the world.It also covers trends, demands, and growth rates impacted by the ongoing crisis.Get the sample copy of the Frozen Food market report @ https://www.reportsanddata.com/sample-enquiry-form/1927The forecast estimation states the global Frozen Food market is expected to dominate the economic sphere of the world with significant growth in the coming years.The current and emerging trends are expected to shape up the industry and help in gaining a strong foothold in the global market to contribute to the revenue generation.The Global Frozen Food market is further analyzed on the basis of key companies operating in the business sphere and major geographical regions where the market has a substantial size and growth rate.Prominent Players: Nestle, ConAgra Foods Inc., Heinz, Mother Dairy, McCain Foods, Kellogg Company, Unilever, General Mills Inc., Venky’s, and Pinnacle Foods Inc.For the purpose of this report, Reports and Data has segmented the Frozen Food industry on the basis of processed product type, Product Type, Distribution Channel, End-UseProcessed Product Type (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026)Frozen Fruits & VegetablesFrozen Meat & FishFrozen Dairy ProductsFrozen SoupsOthersProduct Type (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026)Raw StageHalf-PreparedFully-PreparedDistribution Channel (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026)Supermarket/HypermarketOnline StoresSpecialist RetailersConvenience StoresEnd Use (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026)Retail CustomersService ProvidersOthersZonal Partition of the Market: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa.The report covers extensive analysis of market segments that are anticipated to lead by the end of the forecast period (2020-2027).
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Dry Mouth Relief is the fine steel wire strand or rope for special purposes, which are made of superior high-carbon steel and whose surface is plated with brass.Dry Mouth Relief is a Freight Car Use mainly reinforcing the casting and at the same time keeping the tire flexible enough to resist shocks and to improve comfort of tires.Mouthwash type accounted for the highest proportion in revenue market, with a figure of 26.75% in 2017, followed by Spray type, account for 20.24% and Gel type account for 16.37%.Download Free Sample Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-dry-mouth-relief-market-insights-and-forecast-to-2026/request-sample The consumption market share of global Dry Mouth Relief in E-commerce, Supermarket and other applications have been stable year by year, at 31.31%, 55.17% and 13.52% respectively in 2017, and for several consecutive years, the amplitude was within one percent.Radiant Insights, Inc. data shows that North America is the biggest contributor to the Dry Mouth Relief revenue market, accounted for 42.05% of the total global market with a revenue of 1677.09 million USD in 2017, followed by Europe, 30.20% with a revenue of 1209.93 million USD.GlaxoSmithKline is the largest company in the global Dry Mouth Relief market, accounted for 11.62% of the revenue market share in 2017, followed by Colgate-Palmolive and Chattem, accounted for 9.44% and 6.89% of the revenue market share in 2017.
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