Dr. Ynge Ljung of The Allergy Kit to be Featured on Close Up Radio

HALLANDALE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr. Ynge Ljung is the Founder and Creator of The Allergy Kit, a natural, non-invasive, do-it-yourself method to treating allergies, that brings balance and harmony to the immune system without pain, needles or drugs.

“Allergies are the cause of many dysfunctions in our bodies,” says Dr. Ynge. “We live in a vicious cycle, eating the wrong foods with too much sugar, and foods that are gene manipulated and very toxic, creating allergies by making holes in the lining of the gut, where undigested food gets into the bloodstream.

The goal is to reclaim control of your health and not be at the mercy of your allergies or bad health anymore.”

The Allergy Kit was specially formulated for a better life. Dr. Ynge’s extensive education in both Eastern and Western medicine have allowed her to create an easy, powerful and affordable way to “say bye-bye to your allergies once and for all.” because even when allergies are not the main concern, eliminating them can improve our health dramatically.

According to Dr. Ynge, there is a direct connection between our brain and our gut. Serotonin is produced in the gut. Dopamine is produced in the gut. The vagus nerve starts in the brain and ends in the gut. If our gut is not in good health, it won’t effectively produce those feel good hormones, which can lead to depression.

“Depression comes from the gut,” says Dr. Ynge. “You can visit a psychologist, a psychiatrist, and take medication, but you might be looking in the wrong place. There's sugar in everything. We are conditioned to become addicted to sugar. It's a vicious cycle that causes digestive problems, skin problems and eventually depression. The Allergy Kit helps people to get rid of their cravings for sugar.”

April is Autism Awareness Month, a population that is near and dear to Dr. Ynge’s heart. The Allergy Kit includes an autism starter kit for children with autism to better address their behavior issues that are directly related to allergies, they are in fact allergic reactions! They also have many digestive problems that make them feel bad, but they often can’t express that they’re sick. Eliminating their allergies also makes them eat better, since they are picky eaters and crave food that makes them have reactions.

“Many parents don't understand the relationship and give them food with sugars that is detrimental for them, not to mention food coloring and food additives,” says Dr. Ynge “Many of these children suffer from allergies that manifests in tantrums, meltdowns, anger outbursts, or no eye contact. We can address the child’s behavior by changing their diet.”

Close Up Radio will feature Dr. Ynge Ljung in an interview with Jim Masters on April 16th at 12pm EDT

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International Breweries PLC publishes Maiden Sustainability Report

Company Secretary/General Counsel, Muyiwa Ayojimi; Board Member, Olugbenga Awomolo; Legal and Corporate Affairs Director, Temitope Oguntokun and Director of Procurement and Sustainability, Wilfried Fameni of IBPLC

Compliance Manager, IBPLC, Teresa Umeakunne; Legal and Corporate Affairs Director, IBPLC, Temitope Oguntokun; CEO, CSR-In-Action, Bekeme Masade-Olowola and Founder TruCSR Nigeria, Ken Egbas, at the launch of the maiden edition of IBPLC’s Sustainability Report in Lagos

Corporate Communications Manager, International Breweries Plc (IBPLC), Eniola Alli-Faweya; Legal and Corporate Affairs Director, IBPLC, Temitope Oguntokun and Lead, Sustainability and Stakeholder Management, IBPLC, Boluwatiwi Omidiji at the Launch event

International Breweries Plc (IB Plc.), proud part of the world’s largest brewer, AB InBev, released its first Sustainability Report.

International Breweries has invested over N325 million in empowering 274 entrepreneurs across Nigeria since 2016 thereby bridging the unemployment gap through its Kickstart Entrepreneurship Programme.”

— Temitope Oguntokun, Legal and Corporate Affairs Director, IBPLC

LAGOS, LAGOS, NIGERIA, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — International Breweries Plc (IB Plc.) a proud part of the world’s largest brewer, AB InBev, today released its first Sustainability Report which discloses the giant beverage maker’s impact and stewardship on the economy, society and the environment.

Themed “Driving Sustainability for a Better World,” the report is a reflection of the transformational journey of the organisation, highlighting its commitments, progress, challenges and opportunities in 2019. It also communicates International Breweries’ impact -positive/negative- and ultimately, contributions to building a sustainable society.

Speaking on the publication of the report, Hugo Rocha, Managing Director, International Breweries Plc. said the initiative showcases the company’s commitment to running the business responsibly, focusing on the triple-bottom line approach. “More than just profit, we are dedicated to entrenching sustainability in our operations and ensuring that our activities positively impact our stakeholders. Our success is hinged on our commitment to our core vision of Bringing People Together for a Better World, our agile business model, core values in our 10 Principles, leadership, and strong corporate governance” he said.

Continuing, Rocha said, “We are proud of our work and commitment to our Global AB InBev 2025 Sustainability goals in Water Stewardship, Climate Action, Circular Packaging, Smart Agriculture and Smart Drinking. These form the bedrock of our sustainability programmes across our value chain as we aim to continue to contribute significantly to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs). With our sustainability report, we are able to offer voluntary disclosures to our stakeholders on our Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) efforts. We also pledge, as a responsible business to continue to contribute to improving our planet, our people and the prosperity of all”.

The report has been prepared following the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards – one of the most widely used and acceptable sustainability reporting frameworks in the global business community. Its disclosures are also guided by the requirements of other frameworks on sustainability such as the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) and the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) Sustainability Disclosure Guidelines. The reporting scope primarily covers brewing activities across the company’s four plants in Anambra, Ogun, Osun and Rivers states, including its head office in Lagos State and other states of the federation where the company extends its impact.

Speaking during the launch of the report in Lagos, Board member and Chairman of IBPLC’s Board Committee on Sustainability and Risk Management, Mr Olugbenga Awomolo whilst commending the team at the launch, stated that “today is a special day for us; it takes a lot of effort to articulate all these impact reports considering the global socio-economic issues faced the preceding year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This report is a testament of our journey as a business in recent times and a consolidation of our socio-economic footprint across our entire operation”. Awolomo added that “as a member of the Board and on behalf of my fellow board members, we remain committed to entrenching sustainability across our business operations. We will proactively continue to drive compliance in meeting local and global regulatory requirements as we continue to grow the business to the benefit of our stakeholders”

In its commitment to its 2025 sustainability goals, the organisation in 2019 embarked on smart drinking initiatives impacting up to 20,000 direct and indirect beneficiaries, provided potable water for host communities in Osun, Ogun and Rivers states, achieved a 7.5% increase in recycling efforts and installed a 150kWP Grid Tied Power System to support operations in its flagship brewery in Ogun state, thereby making it the first fully solar powered plant in Nigeria.

Furthermore, in a bid to foster mutually beneficial relationships with key stakeholders, the business through engagements, was able to identify material issues that were of interest to its stakeholders: consumers, communities, distributors, employees, shareholders, government and partners. The insightful engagement sessions shone light on key priority areas for the identified stakeholders and the organisation; all these and many more are will be fed into the improvement areas for the company to improve its sustainable development practices.

In her speech, Temitope Oguntokun, Legal and Corporate Affairs Director, stated that the report is aptly titled “Driving Sustainability for a Better World”, because it is when businesses look within and outside their fences and across their value chains that they can truly create a better world. According to Oguntokun, “Our impact on the society is centred not just around our 2025 sustainability goals but our social investment pillars of Health, Empowerment, Education and Infrastructural Support. In pursuit of this agenda, we inaugurated the International Breweries Foundation (IBF) with the main aim of having a structured platform for executing our projects and credible stakeholders to support us through the process of delivering our commitments to our country.”

Oguntokun further added that in line with Goal 17 of the UNSDG’s, the company is happy with its partnerships with its peers in the industry which has helped it to have a wider-reaching impact in the country. “Our partnerships under the Beer Sectoral Group (BSG) with the Federal Ministry of Health and the Federal Ministry of Education on the SMASHED programme has helped us to reach over 14,000 students in 60 schools across Nigeria with our anti-underage drinking campaign. In the same breath, our alliance with the Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance (FBRA)FBRA has seen us contribute significantly to the industry achievement of recycling 669,068kg of plastics waste in 2019 versus 14,900kg in 2018.”

As part of its social investment efforts, International Breweries has invested over N325 million in empowering 274 entrepreneurs across Nigeria since 2016 thereby bridging the unemployment gap through its Kickstart Entrepreneurship Programme; completed an irrigation project for farmers of Omi-Asoro community, impacting 7 farmers in Ilesha, Osun State. The company also built, furnished and equipped a state-of-the-art primary healthcare facility in Oginigba, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State in a response to the medical needs of the community and as a demonstration of its commitment to supporting government and communities in healthcare and infrastructure delivery.

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ReSoil: The Premier, Zero-Landfill Destination for Organic Waste

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Through ReSoil, Green Energy Biofuel’s recently acquired composting facility, the company can offer landfill-free disposal options for organic waste from large, corporate generators.

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In 12 months, Green Energy Biofuel will invest nearly $2 million in its new composting business, ReSoil, including equipment.

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Green Energy Biofuel recently purchased a composting site in Kershaw County, South Carolina, where its significant investments are optimizing operations.

Through our internal efforts to be a landfill-free company, we developed our business in such a way that now, not only are we landfill-free, but we can help other companies be the same.”

— BioJoe Renwick, Co-founder, Green Energy Biofuel

WINNSBORO, SOUTH CAROLINA, USA, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — South Carolina-based recycling firm Green Energy Biofuel recently acquired ReSoil, a composting facility in Kershaw County, one of the latest moves the growing company has made in over a decade to increase its services and open new opportunities for industrial processors near and far. GEB is making significant investments in its new composting business to help large waste generators in the region find a landfill-free option for disposal of difficult organic waste to meet regulatory and corporate demands as well as evolving consumer expectations.

“We’ve invested $160,000 in ReSoil before we even closed on the purchase—and we’re not done,” says BioJoe Renwick, GEB co-founder. “In 12 months, we’ll have put nearly $2 million into the composting business.”

GEB has spent four months in site preparation, making ReSoil a more efficient, resourceful facility to serve its existing customers and potential clients. Over a half-million pounds of recycled concrete, rock and grading clay sand was brought on site to modify the yard for operational improvements. GEB also poured over 100 yards of concrete, created eight bulk storage bays and a rainwater-capture system to hydrate the almost 800 cubic yards of compost it can produce every month. “This was a big project,” Renwick says.

The facility’s process flow has been modified to optimize efficiency. “We haven’t changed the composting process, just how the business is run and how compost moves through the facility to create efficiency,” Renwick explains.

The site features six 80-yard bays, each with a forced-air delivery system to pump fresh air into the compost, which increases the temperature and rate of decomposition. The parameters are maintained by electrical controllers and timers to achieve and maintain temperatures required for the process. Temperature is monitored regularly for it to be high enough to kill pathogens but low enough to not spontaneously combust.

Composting may seem like a simple process to the layman, but obtaining and maintaining permits takes research, training and sophistication. “We have a master composter who runs our site,” Renwick says. ReSoil’s compost is “Certified SC,” part of the Certified South Carolina Program, and has the U.S. Composting Council’s Seal of Testing Assurance (STA).

When organic waste is received, it is mixed with wood chips, which serve as a bulking agent, from one of two sources. Pure oak chips come from Pro Pallet South, a refurbished pallet manufacturer in Winnsboro, whose broken pallets are chipped and find new life in GEB’s engineered soil. Also, once a year the Kershaw County landfill grinds yard debris from the surrounding area, where GEB sources composting chips as well. In addition, clay sand from Kershaw Mining next door and vermiculite from Woodruff-based Palmetto Vermiculite are added in various recipe proportions to make five different engineered soils. Due to this local sourcing of material, ReSoil product has achieved the Certified SC label. The whole process—from waste in to screened, engineered soil out—takes 45 days.

While the high-quality compost material—sold in bulk up to 30 yards per tractor-trailer load for landscaping companies or delivered by GEB to individuals in eight-yard increments—is a sought-after remedy for nutrient-depleted lawns and gardens, the real benefit to the region of such a facility is its ability to receive industrial volumes of difficult organic waste streams from a variety of businesses.

Many corporations now track and publicize their carbon emissions. Landfilling organic waste generates methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. GEB’s ability to provide landfill-free disposal options to companies, whether they process food, agricultural products or other organic ingredients, can help mitigate carbon emissions while providing positive talking points for consumers, who are becoming increasingly conscious about the businesses they patronize and products they purchase.

Acquiring and optimizing ReSoil is just one of many evolutionary progressions GEB has made along its 14-year waste-recycling journey. In the late 2000s, it began as Midlands Biofuels, a collector and processor of used cooking oil (UCO), making biodiesel fuel at its plant in Winnsboro. As its collection accounts and abilities grew, GEB expanded into Tennessee and then closer to home in Aiken County, South Carolina, where it purchased a large-scale, idled manufacturing facility. GEB repurposed and invested heavily into the site to process and recycle 200,000 gallons per day of liquid organic waste—everything from UCO and trap grease from restaurants and large-scale food manufacturers to wastewater streams and sludge, with its recently obtained wastewater processing permit. With ReSoil, the company now has a beneficial outlet for organic solids too.

“Through our internal efforts to be a landfill-free company, we developed our business in such a way that now, not only are we landfill-free, but we can help other companies be the same,” Renwick says.

GEB is in the process of opening up even more doors to the recycling world. While it recently added line-jetting and tank-cleaning services for its industrial clients, the company has its sights set on a half-million-dollar investment in de-packaging equipment. This will allow GEB to further broaden the pool of waste it can accept, including new volumes of fats, oils and greases from single-use packages and bottles of salad dressing, condiments and more. In addition, this will add a valuable, environmentally friendly service to large food processors and preparers while also providing necessary streams to ReSoil from discarded, prepackaged food. Lastly, the plastic waste from the de-packaging unit will be recovered and provided to local businesses, such as South Carolina-based Trex®, for reuse in plastic decking and other innovative products. “We have already started recovering these waste streams for Trex®,” Renwick says.

It would cost millions of dollars for another company to put together a process like GEB’s to handle the waste it does. “Through our years of chipping away at the waste market we’re in, we have the opportunity to do what we’re doing now,” Renwick says. “We just love helping others and find great value in what we do for them, and for the great state of South Carolina.”

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SCOTT MILLER AND SHARON VIRTS LAUNCH WINE BRAND DEDICATED TO GREATER GOOD

To learn more about Amlés Wines or to reserve a Reflectionist allocation, please visit www.AmlesWines.com.

Reflectionist is an artful blend inspired by classical traditions and with a modern outlook. From older vineyards in historic Napa Valley, a modern wine was created to drink today or patiently savored years from now.

Amlés Wines is a brand tied indelibly to history, master craftsmanship, the wild creative, and the gift of opportunity dedicated to the greater good.

It’s fairly exceptional to work on such a rare and luxurious object that also provides benefit to others beyond the simple pleasure of its consumption.”

— Scott Miller

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A statesman of historical proportion, a historical property, two philanthropists, an acclaimed contemporary artist, and a modern winemaking legend, together, are the collective muse that has inspired Amlés Wines. Amlés Wines is a brand tied indelibly to history, master craftsmanship, the wild creative, and the gift of opportunity dedicated to the greater good — all of which combine for a truly memorable set of signature wines destined for discerning wine lovers and collectors year after year.

The name Amlés (pronounced ahm’-lay) pays homage to Selma Estate – home of vintners Scott Miller and Sharon Virts. The historic home was restored by the couple in 2016 and 2017 and once hosted Thomas Jefferson and other historical figures in its halls.

Amlés was curated with world-renowned winemakers Philippe Melka and Maayan Koschitzky and boasts one-of-a-kind labels by contemporary artist JD Miller. The names of the wines invite a look at the past, while the artistry of the reflectionist painter dares the viewer to look boldly forward.

The first vintage, Amlés 2018 Reflectionist, a Cabernet Sauvignon cuvée from heritage vineyard sites in California’s Napa Valley, will be available directly to mailing list members and to select cellars and restaurants on April 15. Each bottle features the Reflectionist image of the Selma Estate, by artist JD Miller. The SRP is $170 per bottle and is available in six-pack cases.

The wines themselves are a graceful marriage of the old and the new: Old World winemaking styles have been applied to some of the very best fruit the New World has to offer by winemakers Philippe Melka and Maayan Koschitzky in each of the Amlés allocations.

All proceeds from the Amlés brand wines directly benefit community organizations and charities through the Virts Miller Foundation to support the pillars of a thriving community: Education, Culture, Health, and Opportunity Development.

“It’s fairly exceptional to work on such a rare and luxurious object that also provides benefit to others beyond the simple pleasure of its consumption,” says Miller. “And yet it is what inspires every one of us, every day.”

To learn more about Amlés Wines or to reserve a Reflectionist allocation, please visit www.AmlesWines.com.

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Amlés Wines was born from a shared desire to give back to the greater good. It is a for-profit wine company that gives back 100 percent of profits to help financially support the mission of the Virts Miller Foundation, a non-profit foundation founded by Sharon Virts in 2016. www.amleswines.com

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Austin 101 Light Whiskey Awarded Gold at 2021 Texas Whiskey Festival in Blind Tasting Competition

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AUSTIN, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Austin 101 Light Whiskey, the award-winning whiskey crafted in Austin TX by Austin Craft Spirits Company, was awarded gold at the 2021 Texas Whiskey Festival.

“The brands and specific whiskeys they are tasting are unknown to the judges. Our panel of judges smell and taste their way through each whiskey, rating the aroma, taste complexity, and finish,” says Texas Whiskey Festival Co-Founder Jake Clements.

Austin 101 was one of six gold awards amongst 60 Texas whiskeys tasted from 29 craft Texas whiskey brands.

“It is an honor to have been awarded Gold by such a distinctive panel of judges in the blind tasting competition,“ say Austin Craft Spirits Founders. “We want to thank Jake and the organizers of the 2021 Texas Whiskey Festival for their relentless effort to support the Texas craft whiskey community. We are humbled to have received this amazing award and the recognition it brings to our efforts to establish Light Whiskey as an exciting new whiskey genre."

Gabrielle Nicole Pharms, one of the panel judges, reported: “when I blindly tasted Austin 101 Light Whiskey, I knew I’d found a winner for my particular palate. The other judges agreed and we gave it first prize in its category. That dram surprised me and I love it when I find myself surprised by a spirit. Get to tasting and find something that surprises you!” (A Judge Of The Texas Whiskey Festival Explains How She Rates Whiskey (uproxx.com))

Austin 101 Light Whiskey was born from the founders’ passion to craft ground breaking spirits. Inspired by traditional French Eau-de Vie methods, Austin 101 Light Whiskey is the perfect essence of local Texas grains. It tastes of caramel, butterscotch and vanilla, with sweetness, softness and nuttiness carefully extracted from the local grains, and with hints of oak aromas. It has a unique balance of smoothness and punch while delivering a very mellow and long finish. Light in taste, lightly oaked, it is uniquely approachable and easily enjoyed.

The only ingredients are grains grown in Texas; non-GMO Texas white corn, red winter wheat from the Texas panhandle, and Texas-grown barley malted in Fort Worth. Austin 101 is steam distilled in small batches through a 3-story custom-made column still. The steam distillation allows the mash to be lifted by steam, with temperatures kept below 210°F to preserve delicate aromas. The distillate is pulled from the still at a higher proof than most whiskeys and bourbons. Austin 101 is also finished in a completely different way than traditional bourbons. Through years of experimentation, Austin Craft Spirits Company has designed a unique method which requires the distillate to be finished in high quality, recycled oak whiskey barrels, largely from local craft bourbon makers. The approach focuses on precisely extracting light yet complex oak aromas while highlighting the sweetness and natural taste of the original grains, preserving trees and improving sustainability.

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About Austin 101 Light Whiskey
Austin 101 Light Whiskey is 50.5% alcohol by volume and is available in 750 ml bottles with a manufacturers’ suggested retail price of $49. It is produced by Austin Craft Spirits Company and distributed by Republic National Distributing Company. It may be purchased at many central Texas retailers which can be found at www.austin101whiskey.com/where-to-find.

About Austin Craft Spirits Company
Austin Craft Spirits Company (based in Austin, TX) was founded in 2018 by three veterans of the tech industry with a passion for delicious spirits. After years of research and experimentation, they decided to bring to market Austin 101 Light Whiskey following extensive consumer feedback and the support of successful, established Austin distilleries. Their vision is to bring out the essence of local Texas ingredients into unique and amazing craft spirits.

About the Texas Whiskey Festival
The festival’s mission is simple: To help promote and enhance the brands of the many great distilleries throughout Texas. We want to promote and educate whiskey lovers about the whiskeys produced in our great state. We’re doing it all while having fun, drinking great whiskey, and building memorable experiences. As an organization, we know that Texas has some of the best distilleries and whiskeys globally. The Texas Whiskey Festival is an opportunity to showcase that. For more information, please visit https://txwhiskeyfest.com/best-texas-whiskey-in-2021/.

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SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good (R4G) is a staffing agency helping companies find talented professionals and generating proceeds to make a positive impact.

Recruiting for Good is created fun reward; 'Tennis Girls Party' to inspire women participation in R4G's referral program and help fund, "We Use Our Voice for Good." Referrals enable our staffing agency to generate more proceeds for good.

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Luxury Subscription Artesian Water Purveyor Hallstein Debuts Iconic Supermodel Beverly Johnson as its Global Ambassador

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Supermodel Beverly Johnson, Global Ambassador – Hallstein Artesian Water

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Hallstein Artesian Water – A New Way to Experience Earth’s Rarest Drinking Water

Common interests of science, hydration and healthy living bring together “the face that changed it all” with the best quality drinking water in the world

We could not have found anyone more suited to speak the truth about the purity of Hallstein Water and its intrinsic health benefits than supermodel Beverly Johnson”

— Alexander Muhr, President – Hallstein Artesian Water

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Luxury subscription-only Hallstein Artesian Water, the highest quality drinking water in the world selects one of the most recognizable fashion and beauty influencers, Beverly Johnson, as their newest ‘Ambassador of Hydration.’ The famed lifestyle luxury entrepreneur, who has dedicated her life to forever changing the beauty ideal in the fashion world, chose Hallstein as the planet’s purest source of hydration for the skin, body and mind. The collaboration is designed to spotlight why hydration matters and showcase the importance of one’s water choice and its overall benefits of optimal hydration.

“I got to know Hallstein co-founder Karlheinz Muhr through my fiancé Brian and began using the product during the Pandemic. It has truly changed my life and the way I drink water,” noted Johnson during a recent interview. “When people started seeing me again and asking what I’d been doing differently, I had to admit to them it was the quality of the water I am now drinking. In Hallstein, I have found the optimal solution to hydration, something I have been looking for all my life.”

With global demand exploding for anything to assist in boosting immune systems, especially during the recent pandemic, Hallstein’s velvety taste, naturally high pH and sodium-free combination has attracted a whole new audience looking at hydration and the power of high alkaline water to help avoid inflammation and assist overall wellness.

Frustration over the lack of information and dubious quality standards for water drove the Austrian-American Muhr Family, with the help of researchers and water experts, to define a list of parameters on what true drinking water quality means, yielding what is considered today’s hallmark ‘Octagon’ standard. Rather than creating another engineered product, the Muhrs took six years to find the only completely natural source, a guarded artesian well, that could fulfill the ideal parameters, thus creating the world’s only unfiltered, untreated and uncompromised water with the unique combination of naturally high pH levels and only trace amounts of sodium.

“We could not have found anyone more suited to speak the truth about the purity of our water and its intrinsic health benefits than Beverly Johnson,” stated Alexander Muhr, CEO of Hallstein. “She has the same intensity for investigating and creating products that my parents did when they founded Hallstein, and she shares the commitment we have in delivering the best water in the world in the most luxurious and exclusive way.”

Hallstein Water emanates from an artesian well, 700ft (214m) deep in a layer of rock beneath Dachstein mountain, in the Hallstatt-Salzkammergut region of Upper Austria. The water in the aquifer arrives after an 8 year journey beginning as raindrops in the mountains above, then filtering through layers of the highest quality limestone unique to this region, and is protected from pollution and contamination by layers of earth called a Glacial Moraine.

Beverly’s ambassador program with Hallstein will feature shared content, IG Live events and most of all, a chance for people to learn more about why hydration matters! Future details will be released at @hallsteinwater

About Hallstein Water
Have you ever asked yourself if the water you’re drinking is high quality and actually good for you? In founding Hallstein Artesian Water, the Muhr family succeeded in creating the ‘best quality drinking water in the world’ and raised the bar for the water industry. Hallstein’s velvety taste, naturally high pH and sodium-free combination is unfiltered, untreated and uncompromised. Hallstein Water is available by subscription only, now in both 5-gallon BPA-free Tritan and 750ml 100% recycled glass bottles, delivered directly to homes, offices, hotels, or restaurants. It is the water-of-choice poured at Baccarat Hotel, NY; Steirereck, Vienna; Gabriel Kreuther, NY; Petit Ermitage, West Hollywood, CA; 67 Pall Mall, London; Wallse, NY; Steinterrasse and Senn’s Restaurant, Salzburg, Austria, VivaMayr Medical Center, Austria and other exclusive global establishments. For more information, please visit www.hallsteinwater.com

About Beverly Johnson Enterprises
Beverly Johnson is the Founder, Chairwoman and CEO of BJE LLC (aka Beverly Johnson Enterprises). Her vision is to build The Beverly Johnson Luxurious Lifestyle Brand into a global brand. She is an American Supermodel, New York Times Best-Selling author, actress, and businesswoman. Beverly made history when she became the first African American woman to grace the cover of American Vogue in August 1974, forever changing the beauty ideal in the fashion world. Beverly is a thought leader for organizations focused on Beauty, Women Rights, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion, and is an AIDS Activist. She is on the Board of Directors of the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center for Abused Children and is an International spokesperson for the Global Down Syndrome Foundation. An avid golfer, she lives near Palm Springs, California with her partner, W. Brian Maillian, and her two Golden Doodles. Beverly has one child, Anansa, and is a grandmother to four beautiful grandchildren. For more information visit www.beverlyjohnson.com

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Spensieri Examines The Evolution Of Qualitative Research & Women On M2Moms® – The Constant Conference

M2Moms - Marketing to Moms

Emily Spensieri, Founder/CEO of HerBrand Consulting

Using Qualitative Research To Build Brands Moms & Women Want

Effective QR uncovers nuances that reveal a new more workable brand strategy.”

— Emily Spensieri, Founder/CEO of HerBrand Consulting

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — In her 3-part M2Moms® series, Emily Spensieri, Founder/CEO of HerBrand Consulting, examines and explains the changes in contemporary Qualitative Research. Spensieri says, ”The old QR approach of ‘Just The Facts’ doesn’t cut it. Being present for Aha Moments is critical for effective QR in today’s world. QR has evolved to follow, not lead conversations in order to maximize ROI.” M2Moms®-The Constant Conference is a 24/7 online executive learning resource dedicated to helping marketers build better business with today’s moms and families.

Spensieri continued, “Evolved QR plays an integral role in revealing the true customer journey of today’s moms and women. Effective QR uncovers nuances that reveal a new more workable brand strategy. Indeed, the development of online tools has not only reduced QR expenses, but it has had the unexpected benefit of creating a more casual environment which makes women more relaxed and more forthcoming.”

“For 25 years, Emily Spensieri has specialized in helping brands market more effectively. She’s always looking for opportunities to translate what she calls those Aha Moments into effective and actionable marketing insights,” according to Nan McCann, Founding producer of M2Moms®. “Spensieri takes her clients on Brand Journeys of discovery, translating the insights they uncover into winning new strategies. Her proprietary SheThink’s hybrid research methodology developed specifically for female consumers, is a foundation upon which many effective brands are created and is featured in the Schulich School of Business Curriculum at York University in Toronto.”

Additional current M2Moms® articles include: “Marketing to Moms Brand Partnerships”, “Six Key Marketing To Moms Strategies”; “Using Qualitative Research To Build The Brand That Women Want”; “Brand Opportunities In Mom Market Subsegments”, “Multi-Year Research On Moms Shopping Trends” “Play & Pandemic: How Brands Can Help Families Now”; brand reminders that “Black Lives Matter At Home Too ”; surprising research results on “Charitable Giving Across A Lifespan”; the latest news, innovations and trends on parents & families; an unmatched compendium of mom-marketing-focused data; presentations; best in business reads on Madd About Books; and to help Members work out those WFH kinks an ongoing series of “Moves that Stretch” with Stephanie Bittner, founder of Bittner Movement.”

M2Moms® Sponsors:
AARP, Healthline Parenthood, GfK, FlashLight Insights, Marketing to Mums, Paramount Market Publishing, Pepper Miller Group, Snippies, Springboard Global Enterprises and Bittner Movement.

About M2Moms® To learn more: www.M2Moms.com or nan@pme-events.com M2Moms® is produced by PME® Enterprises LLC.

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Miami Grill Returns to Houston

Iconic South Florida Based Fast Casual Chain to Open Two Locations in Spring of 2021

BOCA RATON, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Miami Grill Announces Return To Houston With Two New Locations Slated For Spring of 2021

Miami Grill, the iconic South Florida-based fast casual restaurant brand known for its legendary cheesesteaks, wings, burgers and gyros, announces they are opening two new restaurants in Houston, Texas in Q2 of 2021. The move is a return to Houston for the beloved Miami Grill brand.

These two units will be owned and operated by Houston-based ASM Food Management, which has more than two decades of franchise experience in fast food and fast-casual concepts in the Houston area.

Robert Haar, Miami Grill’s Vice President of Franchise Development, said that the market enthusiasm and the new franchisee’s extensive experience are hallmark signs of a high-performing territory. “With the previous track record of success here, we see great potential for a family-friendly restaurant like Miami Grill in Houston,” said Haar. “Texans continue to demonstrate great enthusiasm for our brand and we’re excited to meet the demand with a diverse menu of signature options and a best-in-class guest experience.”

The new Houston locations will feature indoor and outdoor dining, as well as options for drive-thru, takeout, curbside pickup and delivery services. Haar says in a business climate that has been extraordinarily unpredictable, franchises like Miami Grill offer business owners an opportunity to work with a reliably reputable partner. “Perhaps more than ever before, we recognize that people are looking for resilient business opportunities,” said Haar. “We aim to deliver just that with a brand that has tremendous potential in the marketplace and a concept built for longevity–even in turbulent times.”

Haar also says that ASM Food Management has intentions of developing more units in the market in the years to come. “We look forward to working with the ASM team,” he says. “We know it will be a great partnership as we work together to further develop the Miami Grill brand.”

The first Miami Grill location will open at 16344 Wallisville Road, and the second will open shortly thereafter at 11626 TC Jester Boulevard.

Miami Grill is looking to expand and is seeking single and multi-unit franchise partners in the Houston Market.

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About Miami Grill
Headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, Miami Grill ® is the hottest fast-casual concept to hit the market. Developed by the owners of Miami Subs, Miami Subs Capital Partners 1, Inc. and key equity partner, Armando Christian “Pitbull” Pérez, South Florida based Miami Grill embodies the vibe of a rich, lively city and serves a menu as diverse as the city itself. For franchising or more information, visit mymiamigrill.com.

Jackie Maceda
Miami Grill
jmaceda@miamigrillcorp.com
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Source: EIN Presswire

Miami Grill Returns to Houston

Iconic South Florida Based Fast Casual Chain to Open Two Locations in Spring of 2021

BOCA RATON, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, April 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Miami Grill Announces Return To Houston With Two New Locations Slated For Spring of 2021

Miami Grill, the iconic South Florida-based fast casual restaurant brand known for its legendary cheesesteaks, wings, burgers and gyros, announces they are opening two new restaurants in Houston, Texas in Q2 of 2021. The move is a return to Houston for the beloved Miami Grill brand.

These two units will be owned and operated by Houston-based ASM Food Management, which has more than two decades of franchise experience in fast food and fast-casual concepts in the Houston area.

Robert Haar, Miami Grill’s Vice President of Franchise Development, said that the market enthusiasm and the new franchisee’s extensive experience are hallmark signs of a high-performing territory. “With the previous track record of success here, we see great potential for a family-friendly restaurant like Miami Grill in Houston,” said Haar. “Texans continue to demonstrate great enthusiasm for our brand and we’re excited to meet the demand with a diverse menu of signature options and a best-in-class guest experience.”

The new Houston locations will feature indoor and outdoor dining, as well as options for drive-thru, takeout, curbside pickup and delivery services. Haar says in a business climate that has been extraordinarily unpredictable, franchises like Miami Grill offer business owners an opportunity to work with a reliably reputable partner. “Perhaps more than ever before, we recognize that people are looking for resilient business opportunities,” said Haar. “We aim to deliver just that with a brand that has tremendous potential in the marketplace and a concept built for longevity–even in turbulent times.”

Haar also says that ASM Food Management has intentions of developing more units in the market in the years to come. “We look forward to working with the ASM team,” he says. “We know it will be a great partnership as we work together to further develop the Miami Grill brand.”

The first Miami Grill location will open at 16344 Wallisville Road, and the second will open shortly thereafter at 11626 TC Jester Boulevard.

Miami Grill is looking to expand and is seeking single and multi-unit franchise partners in the Houston Market.

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About Miami Grill
Headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, Miami Grill ® is the hottest fast-casual concept to hit the market. Developed by the owners of Miami Subs, Miami Subs Capital Partners 1, Inc. and key equity partner, Armando Christian “Pitbull” Pérez, South Florida based Miami Grill embodies the vibe of a rich, lively city and serves a menu as diverse as the city itself. For franchising or more information, visit mymiamigrill.com.

Jackie Maceda
Miami Grill
jmaceda@miamigrillcorp.com
Visit us on social media:
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn


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