Tortilla Maker in Amsterdam Braves Covid-19

Karla Plancarte, owner of "Tortillería Taiyari," shows a sample of her specialty tortillas

Karla Plancarte, owner of “Tortillería Taiyari,” shows a sample of her specialty tortillas

Karla Plancarte explains the tortilla-making machinery in her warehouse at "Tortillería Taiyari"

Karla Plancarte explains the tortilla-making machinery in her warehouse at “Tortillería Taiyari”

Karla Plancarte, owner of "Tortillería Taiyari," shows the volcanic stone she uses to grind the corn into flour.

Karla Plancarte, owner of “Tortillería Taiyari,” shows the volcanic stone she uses to grind the corn into flour.

How Covid-19 cannot keep Dutch people from enjoying delicious Mexican tortillas. "Taiyari" is the premiere Mexican tortilla maker in The Netherlands.

Corn is the heart and essence of Mexican gastronomy”

— Karla Plancarte

HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA, March 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Restaurants in Amsterdam were ordered closed by the Dutch government on March 16. It was a painful step, an effort to halt the spread of Coronavirus, and the financial devastation threatens to close some businesses for good. "Tortilleria Taiyari" is the only Mexican tortilla maker in The Netherlands and the owner, Karla Plancarte, is fighting to pull through the financial chaos spawned by the deadly virus.

Ms. Plancarte is from Tlatenco, a small town on the outskirts of Mexico City, close to the famous Xochimilco floating gardens. She moved to Amsterdam in 2014 to finish her studies for her Master's degree, and she decided to start a business selling Mexican tacos, the delicious ones, the real tastes from her home. There was one big problem, though, there were no tortillas.

She explains that the closest tortilla vendor was over 1,000 miles away, in Vienna. The distance, the fact that fresh corn tortillas can spoil quickly, made it an unreliable source for a taco business. That's when Karla turned her attention to making her own tortillas, having discovered a culinary need in the region.

She would become a "tortillera," a tortilla maker, and she chose the name, "Taiyari," which means “our heart” in the Huichol language of Mexico. Plancarte says that "corn is the heart and essence of Mexican gastronomy." Her work as a tortillera is about culture, health and history.

Only organic corn goes into her masa. She has travelled to visit the corn growers, some in Oaxaca, the small farmers who grow heirloom corn. She laments that "there's a lot of corn that is genetically manipulated," adding that heirloom corn is in danger of disappearing. She sees positive signs that in recent years people are fighting to protect and bring back heirloom, organic corn. "I think it's coming back because they are really fighting for it,” she says. Plancarte sees the fight as a larger one of community and cultures, saying "it's more to keep our roots alive, and also the communities that grow the corn, to help them a little."

At Tortillería Taiyari the corn undergoes the ancient process of nixtamalization, a process invented by Mexican women 7,000 years ago. The dry kernels are cooked with slaked lime, which transforms the molecular structure of the kernels, making the protein easily digestible and adding niacin, one of the essential B vitamins. It also adds a delicious nuttiness to the flavor of the corn.

Before the March 16th shutdown of all restaurants, Ms. Plancarte was delivering to over 100 customers, all restaurants, and she is anxious to resume selling. Chefs of high-end, fine dining restaurants seek out her tortillas because not only are they delicious and fresh, but they are local. Another market sector are taquerias, taco stands that have recently become popular in Amsterdam.

Not only taco places, but all types of restaurants, and even pubs, are buying her tortillas. "It has to do with the boom of Mexican gastronomy," she says, "I don't know why it's grown so much in the Benelux, (Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg), but it doesn't matter if it's a Mexican, or a Dutch or a French restaurant, every kitchen wants to have a taco!"

A "buena tortilla," a really good tortilla, starts with perfect masa and that's why she imported her molino, mill, from her hometown in Mexico. It's a stone grinding metal workhorse equipped with Mexican volcanic stone. It's the real thing. Plancarte spent time in her hometown of Tlaltenco learning from her neighborhood molinos who generously shared their knowledge.

It still took her over six months back in Amsterdam to fine-tune the complicated process through trial-and-error. She has trained her three employees in the arduous process of transforming dried corn kernels into soft, tender, aromatic corn tortillas. She buys one or two tons of corn at a time.

She was looking to expand into a larger space because her tortillas started to sell in Belgium and Luxembourg. She was even shipping to Ibiza in Spain and to Croatia and even Greece and Sweden. But Covid-19 hit hard and overnight she lost all of her restaurant orders. She says it was shocking and frightening.

She sprang into action and consolidated two fronts. First, she negotiated about the lease of her tortilla factory and resolved pending rents, while she studies the newly announced Dutch government program of loans and other assistance. Second, she began selling her stock of freshly made tortillas to individual consumers through social media, especially on Instagram where her account is @tortilleria_taiyari. She succeeded in selling all the tortillas that had been destined for restaurants.

She is expecting the next shipment of corn kernels within a few days and is glad she paid in advance. It was the smart thing to do. She will continue cooking tortillas, hoping that she can grow her sales to the individual consumer. This is completely new to her so she knows that it will go slow. She has no illusions, "I'm mainly worried about paying the employees."

But people are buying, she says, "I sold my stock to individual consumers in two days. People are willing to help, so they are buying more than they would normally." She'd always wanted to sell to the end consumer, but did not have the time or employees to help with that segment, with social media. Karla thinks that she may have found a sleeping market for her tortillas.

She is planning accordingly, cold-eyed about the expenses, payroll, and an unsure market. She hopes that by June the restaurants and other businesses will open and begin to regain their financial footing. She thinks that restaurants will be cautious, that people will be slow to return to eateries, and so she remains wary.

When I first met Karla Plancarte at her Tortillería Taiyari warehouse located on the outskirts of Amsterdamn, I knew she had heart. It’s a totally apt name she has chosen: Taiyari, "our heart" in the Huichol language.

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Plant Protein Market To Reach USD 35.1 Billion By 2026

Plant Protein Market

Plant Protein Market

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Plant Protein Market Size – USD 22.9 billion in 2018, Plant Protein Market Growth – CAGR of 5.4%

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, March 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to the current analysis of Reports and Data, the global Plant protein market was valued at USD 22.9 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 35.1 billion by the year 2026, at a CAGR of 5.4%. Plant-based protein products developed from plant sources such as soy, wheat, and pea. Plant-based proteins used in drinks, dairy alternatives, nutrition supplements, protein bars, meat alternatives, processed meat, bakery, food poultry & seafood, and sports nutrition. These products are to improve their nutritional and functional properties, such as texturing, stabilizing, emulsifying, solubility, and binding. Consumers are focused on a better knowledge of the origin of their food and avoid products believed unnatural or unhealthy. These “clean” eating trends, driven primarily by millennials, favor foods that are healthy, ethically and naturally sourced, and less processed. Increased plant-based protein product consumption is a direct consequence of this shift.

In addition to an upsurge in sales, there has also been a massive influx of investment into the plant-based food business in the past five years. In total, USD 17 billion has invested in the plant-based food industry, including USD 13 billion in the past two years. The major Investors include visionary tech tycoons, VCs, accelerators, and global food conglomerates companies like Nestle, General Mills, and Danone. Several frontrunners in the conventional meat industry have also begun to invest in, acquire, and build new plant-based meat products in-house, all while rebranding themselves as protein companies that aim to provide the most options to consumers.

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Further key findings from the report suggest

• Today, most of the people shaken by Type 2 diabetes, and it is one of the growing health problems over the world. It becomes a matter for teenagers and children. Healthy nutrition practices may play a role in managing and helping type-2 diabetes. Here, plant protein is the high biological, high quality, and value protein, which is an excellent choice for the people who have diabetics. Plant protein helps to control the blood glucose levels and also provides additional benefits for weight management which are a concern for people with type-2 diabetes
• The supply of whey is mainly propelled by cheese production, which accounts for nearly 95% of the world’s liquid whey and projected to grow by approx. 2% annually. The leftover 5% of whey production stems from casein production, which is somewhat stagnant. Need for whey ingredients, however, has been growing much faster, at approx. 4-5%, on average, around all whey and lactose ingredients, while the most dynamic components have increased by approximately 10% annually. Both nutritional markets, such as sports nutrition, infant nutrition, and clinical/medical nutrition and commodity markets such as food and animal feed, are taking this development.
• Key participants include Glanbia Plc, Cargill Inc., Archer Daniels Midland Company, DuPont, Kerry Group, Ingredion Incorporated, Tate & Lyle, Royal DSM, Roquette Freres, and Axiom Foods, among others. Current food and beverage companies are shifting to protect and improve their positions in the market, both through internally driven product development and invention and inorganic development through the procurement of the new disruptor brands and products.

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For the purpose of this report, Reports and Data has segmented the Plant protein market on the basis of type, source, form, distribution channel, application, and region:

Form (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026, Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2026)
• Protein Isolates
o Wheat Protein Isolates
o Soy Protein Isolates
o Pea Protein Isolates
o Others
• Protein Concentrates
o Wheat Protein Concentrates
o Soy Protein Concentrates
o Pea Protein Concentrates
o Others
• Textured Proteins
o Textured Wheat Protein
o Textured Soy Protein
o Others
• Others

Source (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026, Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2026)
• Wheat Protein
• Soy Protein
• Pea Protein
• Others (Canola Protein, Potato Protein, Rice Protein, Corn Protein, among others)

Type (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026, Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2026)
• Powder
• Tablets
• Bars
• Others

Distribution Channel (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026, Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2026)
• Online
• Specialty Stores
• Supermarkets & Hypermarkets
• Departmental Stores
• Others

Application (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026, Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2026)
• Food
o Meat alternatives
o Processed meat, poultry, and seafood
o Bakery products
o Convenience food
o Nutritional supplements
o Other processed food
• Dairy & Other Beverages
o Protein beverages
o Dairy alternatives
• Others

Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2016–2026, Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2026)
• North America
• Europe
• Asia Pacific
• Middle East & Africa
• Latin America

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Cocoa Powder Market To Reach USD 3.06 Billion By 2027

Cocoa Powder Market

Cocoa Powder Market

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Cocoa Powder Market Size – USD 2.47 billion in 2018, Cocoa Powder Market Growth – CAGR of 2.3%

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, March 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global cocoa powder market is expected to reach USD 3.06 Billion by 2027, according to a new report by Reports and Data. The growth of the market is attributed to the growing application of cocoa powder.

Cocoa powder finds application in chocolate & confectionery products as a flavoring agent and a colorant. In confectionery, cocoa powder is utilized in large quantities as compared to other flavor ingredients and as a result of its chemical composition, cocoa powder has a high impact on the nutritional values, as well as the shelf life of the products. Besides, the negative zeta-potential and small size of the particles of cocoa powder are accountable for having a strong influence on the texture of certain food products.

The consumption of cocoa is advantageous for the functioning of platelets and blood vessels and in maintaining blood pressure. A cocoa beverage is found to reverse the endothelial dysfunction observed in hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and coronary artery disease. Cocoa is beneficial in augmenting the local levels of L-arginine necessary for the synthesis of Nitric oxide (NO) by endothelial NO synthase. Nitric oxide from endothelium helps in the relaxation of vascular muscle cells as well as prevents platelet adhesion and aggregation and leukocyte adhesion and migration, among others.

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In the cosmetic industry, one of the uses of cocoa powder is in the soap making process, where it is used to give the soap a pleasant natural brown color. Commonly used products that may comprise cocoa powder are lip balm, face masks, bath bombs, shampoos & conditioners, scrubs, lotions, ointments, massage oils, creams, and facial toners.

Further key findings from the report suggest

• Dutch-processed cocoa powder finds application in homemade ice cream, chocolate desserts, and hot chocolate recipes. Unsweetened cocoa on being treated with an alkali, for neutralizing the acidic effect, forms Dutch-processed cocoa powder.
• By distribution channel, the offline distribution channel contributed to a larger market share in 2018 and is likely to observe a growth rate of 1.5% in the forecast period. Offline channel is the most preferred channel for distribution as it includes the opportunity for customers to create personal connections with business, which is beneficial in building loyalty.
• By application, cosmetics is projected to witness the fastest growth rate of 3.3% in the forecast period. Cocoa powder provides various skincare benefits, such as promoting the health of skin tissues, and firm and renew new skin cells, among others. Moreover, it functions as an antioxidant and aids in repairing damaged skin, enhances blood flow to the skin, and absorption of UV light into the skin.
• The market in the Asia Pacific region is anticipated to experience the fastest growth rate of 3.5% in the period 2019-2026. The high growth rate of the APAC region may be attributed to the growing demand for cocoa powder from the food & beverage industry. Further, changing food habits of the people in the region is causative of the growth of the market.
• Key participants include Cargill Incorporated, Nestle, Barry Callebaut, Jindal Cocoa, Carlyle Cocoa, Ghirardelli, Mars Incorporated, Puratos Group, Swiss Chalet Fine Products, and Cocoa Processing Company, among others.

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Type Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2027 and Revenue, USD Million; 2016-2027)
• Natural Cocoa Powder
• Dutch Process Cocoa Powder
• Others

Distribution Channel Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2027 and Revenue, USD Million; 2016-2027)
• Online
• Offline

Application Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2027 and Revenue, USD Million; 2016-2027)
• Chocolate & Confectionery
• Bakery
• Beverage
• Functional Food
• Pharmaceutical
• Cosmetics

Regional Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; 2016-2027 and Revenue, USD Million; 2016-2027)
• North America
o U.S
• Europe
o U.K
o France
• Asia Pacific
o China
o India
o Japan
• Latin America
o Brazil
• MEA

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SC Manufacturer Gives Huge Raises to Hourly Production Staff Despite Pandemic

Family owned business rewards work family

Sam Carbis Solutions Group, a world leader in safe access and fall protection equipment today announced huge raises for their production team despite Covid-19.

I believe the right thing to do is always the right thing to do.”

— Shawn Mizell

FLORENCE, SC, US, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — PRESS RELEASE
Contact: Samantha McGowan, Marketing
Company: Sam Carbis Solutions Group
Phone: 843-229-8711
Email: Samantha.mcgowan@carbissolutions.com
Website: http://www.carbissolutions.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Sam Carbis Solutions Group, an industrial safety equipment manufacturer in Florence, SC has today announced huge raises for each of its hourly employees. “Effective immediately, each of our hourly production employees will see as much as a $10,000 annual raise in their paychecks which equates to an extra $3.75 per hour for their average 48-hour work week” said Shawn Mizell, company president.

“Despite the economy being infected, and yes, that's the best way I can think to describe it with this virus for the entire month of March, our sales team brought more in incoming orders, than in January or February. They are also saying April appears as though it will be another strong month.
This is happening despite numerous companies telling us they were suspending projects and closing facilities to outside individuals. This is also despite everyone (us included) being more than a little distracted and everybody learning to work in a new environment with new technology.
Our customers are the Critical Infrastructure as defined by the Department of Homeland Security. They are not going anywhere, and we can't either because they depend on us. There likely has been some reprioritization of projects, but they are still operational and are as necessary as ever to the success of our nation.
In order to continue to provide for them, our customer facing employees have had to learn to work in a new virtual environment and they have risen to the challenge. To protect our production team, we have begun much more stringent sanitation steps throughout the facility as well as shutting our doors to all but essential outside visitors. Our company goal for our customers as well as our employees is to ensure that every worker goes home safely each night.
These raises will help our employees to have a little more financial security in this stressful time and will help to remind them of our deep appreciation and care for our work family.”

In an announcement letter Monday, Mizell stated “I admit adding expense in the midst of this pandemic is a scary thing. Fortunately, I am a person who has faith and acts on that faith. I believe the right thing to do is always the right thing to do. I believe we as an organization will get through this pandemic and how better to show the world that we aren't going anywhere than to move forward with doing the right thing. Further, I believe that I owe it to each of my production employees to show them we aren't going anywhere and to help them breathe a bit easier during these scary times…after all, they are the ones driving to work each day as critical manufacturing employees. To that end, I have changed our starting pay to $11.00 an hour and given each of our hourly production employees a substantial raise to show my commitment to us being a long-standing part of this economy.
I share this information with each of you so you will understand, I have no intention of this company going anywhere and I am investing today in our future. I am setting the stage for us to be able to attract talent from the area that will allow us to grow and address our customers' needs for many years to come and in ways we still haven't imagined.”

Sam Carbis Solutions Group is a fourth-generation family business based in Florence, South Carolina and employs over 150 personnel in the fabrication of customized bulk loading access equipment and turnkey systems for truck, rail, and marine applications across all industries. Many of the systems considered standard in the bulk loading industry were developed by Carbis engineers.

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Creative ways one mom has stepped up to help neighbors, community and restaurants due to Covid-19 pandemic

Bonnie and Patrick Kearns and family

Sarah Stegner, co-owner and co-chef, Prairie Grass Cafe in Northbrook IL

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Bonnie Kearns didn’t want to feel helpless. Knowing that her neighborhood was homebound with concerns of the Corona Covid 19 virus, she kicked into action.

GLENVIEW, IL, UNITED STATES, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bonnie Kearns of Glenview IL is extraordinary. She didn’t want to feel helpless and knowing that her neighborhood was homebound with concerns of the Corona Covid 19 virus, she kicked into action.

“It takes a village. It really does. Our little block in Glenview is just one component in the quarantine,” she said in a recent interview.

In efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, moms have been texting each about limited trips to the grocery store. Every other day, someone "takes one for the team" and makes the dreaded trip. “Asking everyone if they need anything, deliveries are dropped off on porches in plastic bags and we send a quick text that food and paper towels have arrived.”

We're relieved we don't have to face the impending doom of touching doors, credit card machines, carts, anything outside of our control for just another day.

Our new normal:
• Cooking every meal became exhausting quickly. It is difficult to figure out what to make. “I felt like a failure,” says Bonnie. I was staring at a box of Mac & Cheese and felt like raising a flag in defeat. Then I received an email from Prairie Grass Cafe regarding curbside pickup and Sarah Stegner's cooking tip hotline, 847-920-8437 and Rohit Nambiar's selection of delicious reasonably priced wines to complement the food. Since I knew the neighborhood was suffering, I decided I would order food and wine for my neighbors who weren’t comfortable leaving their homes. I texted moms to take a break from cooking tomorrow and that we would have pot roast and wine delivered to their doors with Clorox-wiped delivery boxes. This snowballed with other opportunities to help.

• Sarah Stegner said "after I got her call, things started to come together for us. I thought it was a great model for how we could sell in large quantities. I thought, wow, I have to let other restaurateurs know to think outside the box to help make curbside and delivery viable. People are picking up for their neighborhoods, too. This may be a solution. We have also added to a neighborhood in Evanston IL and are going to add a couple of high rise buildings in Chicago."

• Bonnie continued: "I knew that medical professionals and first responders desperately needed help. A mom in our Facebook group mentioned that he was trying to boost morale in his office and ordered his employee’s lunch. After reading it twice, I realized it was my pediatrician's office. I was feeling helpless seeking ways I could provide relief to people that so desperately needed it. Bingo. I knew I could order wine from Prairie Grass and have it delivered to their office for the staff. That's what I plan to do. I also plan to order lunch from our neighborhood deli and have it dropped off."

• I had planned a surprise birthday party for my husband at Chicago’s Kaiser Tiger in the West Loop on Saturday, March 14. Obviously, we had to cancel the 40-person dinner with less than a day’s notice. It made me sick to know that servers were depending on the income and the loss to the restaurant would be great. I didn’t care about the deposits or what I was going to be charged; it became so apparent that people weren’t going to be celebrating anything anytime soon. The event planner was completely understanding. The next day, Governor Pritzker issued the stay at home order. After receiving the Prairie Grass Cafe email, I immediately figured out what I could do to help Kaiser Tiger and the people in their area. “Surely, the EMTs, firefighters, urgent care workers, and hospitals in the West Loop had people that needed to eat. Since I have no idea when we would be able to reschedule the party, I asked the restaurant to use the money for a better, more worthwhile cause and did not ask for a refund, said Bonnie.

Other suggestions from Bonnie:
• Larger businesses and their customers that can afford to forgo their event deposits could use the money towards a greater cause.

o Catering contracts for events that are happening in the next 1-3 months likely had 50% or more of the costs already due and are non-refundable.

o We can creatively rethink how that lost deposit can be used for other things – a credit to that restaurant in gift cards, catered lunch or meals for the less fortunate or neighborhood hospitals, doctors' offices, fire departments and other essential businesses that are staying open during this time. Anything to let these restaurants keep that revenue and perhaps put it towards the people that need it now. Not in 5 months. Now.

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Jackie Keller, NutriFit Director & Founder, Wins Best of Los Angeles Award- “Best Home Food Delivery Service – 2020”

Jackie Keller, NutriFit Director & Founder.

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“We're honored to include Jackie Keller and her company, NutriFit, into our BoLAA family.” ~Aurora DeRose

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jackie Keller, NutriFit Director & Founder, and her company wins Best of Los Angeles Award- “Best Home Food Delivery Service – 2020”, according to Aurora DeRose, award coordinator for the Best of Los Angeles Award community.

The “Best of Los Angeles Award” community was formed five years ago and consists of over 6,500 professional members living and working in Southern California. It celebrates the best people, places and things in Los Angeles with a slogan “No Ads. No B.S. Only the Best.”

“The mission of the community is to celebrate the best of Los Angeles and allow its community members to connect with other members who share the highest standards of quality and integrity,” expresses DeRose. "We're honored to include Jackie Keller and NutriFit into our BoLAA family.”

Jackie has a personal dedication to teaching people about healthy lifestyle choices. While she was only a teenager, Jackie's father died from a heart attack. She then made it her mission to help individuals lead longer and healthier lives. "I have a personal commitment to help people circumvent heart disease and other chronic ailments," Keller states. "It drives almost everything I do. It is my passion." Keller seriously adopted this in her life as she is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach, issued by the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching. Further, she holds multiple other professional certifications including ACC, CPWC, and BCC with specialty designations in Health and Wellness. Keller is at the top of her game in the Healthy industry.

NutriFit was born over 32 years ago out of the philosophy Keller carried over since she was a teenager. NutriFit is a food delivery service offering only healthy options. Their ingredients are all free range, organic or sustainable. Much of their produce comes from their very own organic farm under the brand name SimpliHealth Growers. NutriFit’s mission is to provide people with the best meals and delivery service to promote the best healthy lifestyle choices, no matter where you are. To further achieve this mission, NutriFit is a triple threat by offering nutritional support services, biometric testing, and health and wellness products.

“Whether it’s comprehensive diet meal delivery plans, wellness coaching, educational programs or extraordinary NutriFit® products, our entire team is committed to helping you succeed,” concludes NutriFit.

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Productive Robotics announces OB7 CNC Machine Shop Package for operating Mills, Lathes, & Other Machines 24/7

Productive Robotics’ OB7 CNC Package comes fully equipped with all the accessories needed to connect to any CNC

OB7 opens the door, loads the blank part into vise, closes the door, pushes the start button, waits until the part is finished, and repeats the cycle.

With zero progamming required, OB7’s simple teaching platform makes job teaching simple.

OB7 CNC Machine Shop Package provides simple, fast, and affordable automation for operating Mills, Lathes, & other CNC Machines

Machine shops are looking for simple and fast automation solutions that work with their existing machines and equipment, without high integration costs and long setup times.”

— Zac Bogart – President, Productive Robotics

CARPINTERIA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Productive Robotics, Inc., the Santa Barbara, CA based designer and manufacturer of OB7 Collaborative Robots announces a new game-changer for CNC Machine Shop automation. The latest offering is a “CNC Package”, a fully equipped package that includes all the necessary components required to connect to any type of CNC machine and begin automating on day one.

The package consists of an OB7 Robot Arm, Robot computer and controls, Productive Robotics Parallel Gripper, OB7 Robot Rolling Stand, Work Staging Table, Interface and Pneumatic controller, Chip Fan, and 4” Pneumatic vice. The OB7 CNC Package makes it simple to work with all brands of CNC Machining Centers, Turning Centers, and other machines. OB7 simply rolls up to the machine and loads and unloads parts, enabling “lights out” production.

“Machine shops are looking for simple and fast automation solutions that work with their existing machines and equipment, without high integration costs and long setup times”, said Zac Bogart, President and CEO of Productive Robotics. The CNC Package builds on Productive Robotics’ approach to providing its customers with ultimate simplicity, flexibility, and cost-effective solutions to cobot automation.

OB7’s “learn by demonstration” teaching approach and “no programming” simple user interface allows operators to quickly and easily teach OB7. In addition, OB7’s seventh axis allows it to be placed to the side of the machine door (rather than directly in front of it), providing greater flexibility and freeing up space for machine operators.

For more information, please visit: www.ob7cnc.com.

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Sponsor a Teacher in Need to Help Feed Her Kids Launches in Los Angeles

Join Recruiting for Good to Sponsor Your Favorite Teacher in Need and Help Feed Her Kids

Join Recruiting for Good to Sponsor Your Favorite Teacher in Need and Help Feed Her Kids

Since 1998 Helping Companies Find Talented Professionals and Now Generating Proceeds to Feed LA www.RecruitingforGood.com

Since 1998 Helping Companies Find Talented Professionals and Now Generating Proceeds to Feed LA www.RecruitingforGood.com

Recruiting for Good launches meaningful service, empowering women who love to help teachers in LA. The staffing agency rewards referrals with food savings.

Join Recruiting for Good to Sponsor Your Favorite Teacher in Need and Help Feed Her Kids!”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Recruiting for Good (R4G), a purpose driven staffing agency in Santa Monica launches meaningful service for women who 'Love to Feed LA Teachers and their Kids'. Participate in Recruiting for Good to sponsor and help your favorite teacher in need.

How to Improve Life for LA Teachers?

According to Edsource, "The average teacher's salary is $46,720, and the average annual living expenses are $35,207."

Since the coronavirus, employment may be inconsistent for single and dual income households; but families still need to buy and consume food.

Solution Use Recruiting for Good

The staffing agency is launching purpose driven services to help offset the cost of food for working families.

Women who love to help feed LA Teachers (and their kids) participate in referral program to fund food for good.

According to Recruiting for Good, Fun Advocate+Founder, Carlos Cymerman, "Are you an executive in LA, or are married to one? Inspire them to use Recruiting for Good; we'll generate proceeds from staffing to help your favorite teacher enjoy Food for Good, and feed her kids too.”

First Friday of every month (starting on April 3, 2020), Recruiting for Good is offering flat fee staffing services to help companies save money and make a difference too.

Women Choose Which Teachers Benefit

5% of every placement will help fund food for good (sponsored teachers and their kids).

Rewarding Good Food gift cards to Sprouts, Trader Joe's, and Whole Foods (Amazon delivered food).

Carlos Cymerman adds, "Making a difference is fun and rewarding. Helping teachers feed their kids is meaningful to me; before I started, my staffing agency Recruiting for Good; I was a teacher for 10 years."

About

Since 1998 Recruiting for Good a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, has been helping companies find talented professionals in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, and Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales. Generating proceeds to Help Feed LA, fund purpose driven community services, and sponsor fun awards and kid contests that enliven the community www.RecruitingforGood.com.

R4G is funding meaningful service; empowering women who love to help feed LA teachers and their kids. www.LovetoFeedLA.com…Food for Good (Rewarding gift cards to Sprouts, Trader Joe's, and Whole Foods).

Carlos Cymerman
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New All-in-one Platform For Work-from-homers

Infince Lets Companies Equip Employees To Work Remotely In Minutes

Fingent’s experience using InfinCE to maintain our own operational effectiveness despite a rapid transition to remote working was such a success that we thought it’s important to share it.”

— Stephen Cummings, Senior Vice President, Fingent

WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — InfinCE Lets Companies Equip Employees To Work Remotely In Minutes

There is a new product that promises to help the many companies forced to close their offices and send their workers home to work due to Covid-19. Many of these companies have not had to operate with primarily remote workers, nor have many employees – or their IT departments – had to navigate the many technology tools available that might help them. Online software from Fingent, called InfinCE, originally developed to serve early-stage companies, offers a compelling new value proposition for these times. With InfinCE, in just minutes, all employees of a company can be equipped with a full complement of collaboration tools. Then, after a single login, an employee can access video meetings, file sharing, office software, and even a company-specific mobile app. Employees can post all kinds of information on shared “dashboards” in a variety of formats using “smart tiles.”

Fingent, the developer of InfinCE, is a global company, with offices in 4 countries. Amazingly, when all their offices were abruptly mandated to close, their 400 employees were able to keep working from home – including video meetings – with colleagues and clients, productively and without disruption.

“We couldn’t have made that kind of transition so quickly and painlessly if we had to roll out InfinCE’s collaboration capabilities individually by employing separately provided options from different companies.”
Dileep Jacob, Head of Global Delivery, Fingent.

A nice thing about the InfinCE solution is it doesn’t require that a company equip their employees with any special equipment. Employees can use any device they might have at hand: computer, tablet, or smartphone, to access their collaboration tools and virtual desktop, as long as they have access to the internet. That can make work from home quick to achieve and a much less expensive option for both company and employee.

Everyone is concerned about security of their infrastructure. Privacy issues regarding sharing of personal information that surround many of the collaboration tools like those from Zoom and Google don’t exist for InfinCE, because InfinCE delivers its capabilities individually to clients as part of their own private cloud network.

About InfinCE

InfinCE (InfinCE.com) integrates private cloud technology with all-in-one collaboration tools optimized for today’s business. It can be deployed quickly and economically, at a starting cost as low as $5 per month per user.

About Fingent
Fingent (Fingent.com) develops custom software to enable our clients to operate more effectively, more efficiently, and with more resiliency. Since 2003, Fingent has developed web and mobile software solutions that have been key to our clients' business success. Fingent is the proud developer of InfinCE.

Contact: Stephen Cummings (914) 615-9160

InfinCE
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UAE Red Meat Market Outlook 2025 – by Goldstein Research

Goldstein Research report forecast that UAE Red Meat Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% through 2025

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — UAE Red Meat Market Outlook 2025 – by Goldstein Research

Goldstein Research report forecast that UAE Red Meat Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% through 2025
According to the Goldstein Research report “UAE Red Meat Market Market Outlook 2025”,the UAE Red Meat Market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% through 2025
UAE economic growth is strongly impacted by external factors, such as oil prices and conflict, but increasing urbanization, growing disposable incomes, westernization, a young population and large expatriate population are key growth drivers for red meat demand. In UAE, the supply of red meat is met by the imports, primarily from Australia. Imported the bulk of Australian product goes into both retail and foodservice industry, with a smaller proportion going into processing.

Report is available at:- https://bit.ly/2wMIoCb

Market dynamic / Drivers & Restraints to Market Growth
Growth in personal disposable income and the rise in consumer awareness towards spending on Red Meat tends to be the major driving factor of the market. Although young generation have limited purchasing power, but due to the fact that they are more enlightened towards fashion & Red Meat, over the forecast period this population would have high purchasing power and will be the target segment of each company.

Request for Sample Report at:- https://bit.ly/2WTjXO7

Covered in this UAE Red Meat Market Report are
“UAE Red Meat Market Outlook 2024” by Goldstein Research contains detailed overview of the UAE Red Meat Market in terms of market segmentation by analysis basis, therapy type and geography. The Report highlights the competitive outlook of major global players that includes the business strategies, product portfolio, revenue distribution, financial analysis, R&D activities, and investments. The in-depth analysis of UAE Red Meat Market report will help the clients to assess their business strategies as per the competitive environment in the market space.
Major players covered in this UAE Red Meat Market report are:
Sidco Foods Trading LLC
Sunimpex
Elfab Co LLC
Siam Trading Company LLC
Kibsons International LLC
Horeca Trade

Further, UAE Red Meat Market Report encompasses the major trends & opportunities, market dynamics and other growth factors of the market. The UAE Red Meat Market outlook also comprises of key challenges, risk analysis, BPS analysis, SWOT Analysis and Market Attractiveness. The report also highlights the expert analysis to provide a complete overview of the market including the PESTLE analysis of each region and country.
About Goldstein Research
Based in the US, Goldstein Research currently has a strong presence in the American and Asian countries. In the next five years, we strive to expand our reach to 50+ nations spanning across Europe, Asia and parts of the Middle East and Africa. We strive to realize a strong brand presence globally through our quality research and forecasting solutions.
Our mission is simple: to develop insightful business solutions, help our clients make powerful future decisions to keep them well ahead of the game which is the market, and leave a mark across businesses and communities through our well-defined ideas and clear-cut forecasts. Our market research reports provide in-depth analysis of global and regional variations along with competitors’ overview.
Our analysts working on chemicals construction to help various tech-giants, tech start-ups and entry players to assess the current and upcoming business scenario. We believe in the vigorous examination of the current market scenario and build around creative ideas and approaches that are most suitable to our clients’ needs and business agenda.

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