Easler Education Inc. Launches Version 3 of EaslerLMS

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Easler Education Inc., operator of DrugTestingCourses.com Launches Version 3 of EaslerLMS

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, USA, April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — EaslerLMS Version 3 was launched on April 15, 2019, and we are proud to report to our affiliates, resellers, authorized trainers, and our future partners that we are ahead of schedule.

Here is a quick update on what this version release includes:

• Managers can now purchase course credits directly from their portal by “clicking on the course” then “add course
credits” function (FYI – course credits never expire)

• Managers and portal administrators can now view payment history directly from the manager profile.

• Portal administrators can now enroll/invite users directly from their portal.

• EaslerLMS is now fully compatible with Microsoft Edge.

• Portal administrators can also review the progress and status of managers and their learners and can resend invites,
update email addresses, names, and other user information.

• Assignment submission and course completion manager notifications.

• View and download certificate options for managers, administrators, and instructors.

***Version 4 will be launched sometime in late June 2019, and will include:***

• E-COMMERCE WEBSITES: We will be launching an e-commerce function so our resellers and authorized trainers will be
able to sell drug and alcohol testing courses directly from their own websites.

• Instructor portal for resellers, authorized trainers, and other third-party customers.

• Website trust seals that immediately verify manager and learners’ certificates directly from third-party websites.
The trust seals can be generated after you complete the course, they can be embedded on websites and landing pages to
build trust with your customers and use as a valuable sales and marketing tool.

• Public API connect EaslerLMS directly to your website.

**Upcoming Courses & Programs:**

State-by-state drug testing law courses

• Employee Drug Awareness Course

• DOT Supervisor Training Course with FRA Post Accident Training

• Bloodborne/Droplet/Airborne Pathogens

• OSHA Construction Safety Classes

• Site Auditing

• Authorized Trainer Program

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Anti-Semitism and Oppression with Holocaust Survivor Dr. Alex Hershaft

Let’s be clear; I am not equating the Holocaust and human life with the millions of animals slaughtered every week for U.S. dinner tables.”

— Dr. Alex Hershaft

WASHINGTON DC, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Holocaust Memorial Day on the Jewish calendar is this Thursday, May 2; in the wake of yet another deadly synagogue shooting, talk to Warsaw Ghetto survivor and leading animal rights activist Dr. Alex Hershaft about anti-semitism and animal rights, and what he sees as the undeniable link between the two

Alex is the President of Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) and a co-founder of both FARM and the worldwide movement for animal rights. He notes the very controversial parallels between the Jewish Holocaust with what he calls “today's concentration camps for animals.”

Hershaft knows about deadly anti-semitism firsthand; his childhood was spent under brutal Nazi control, walled into the infamous Warsaw Ghetto (made famous in the movie “The Pianist”). Many of Alex's family members including his father died in Nazi work camps. On April 19th, 1943, the Warsaw Ghetto staged a desperate uprising that lasted several weeks. That date is observed throughout the world as Holocaust Remembrance Day. This year, it falls this Thursday, May 2nd according to the Jewish calendar.

Moving to America and becoming a U.S. citizen after World War II, Alex worked for many years in materials science and environmental consulting and received a work assignment to a Midwest slaughterhouse in the 1970s. He immediately saw parallels between the death camp extermination and animal slaughter, including “mass roundups, skin branding, transport by cattle cars, crowding in wood stalls, brutality and the dispassionate application of mass extermination.” It caused him to flash back to what he saw during the Holocaust and changed his life’s mission forever-Alex became a vegan and eventually one of the founders of the U.S. animal rights movement.

Dr. Hershalft knows that making the controversial comparison between the Holocaust and animal slaughterhouses may rub people the wrong way.

“Let’s be clear; I am not equating the Holocaust and human life with the millions of animals slaughtered every week for U.S. dinner tables. But I am saying that all sentient beings, animals and people, share a love of life and the ability to experience emotions, including affection, joy, sadness, and fear. And far too often, these animals, with faces, families, and feelings, are treated just as badly as Holocaust victims.”

ABOUT DR. ALEX HERSHAFT

Born in Warsaw, Poland shortly before World War II began, Alex survived Nazi persecution and sought refuge in the US, where he held a long career in materials science and environmental consulting and a prominent role in the movement for religious freedom, prior to dedicating himself to animals. Alex organized the first Animal Rights National Conferences, World Day for Farmed Animals, Meatout, and a dozen other initiatives – and was inducted to the Animal Rights and Vegetarian Halls of Fame.

As a child, Alex Hershaft was held in captivity by the Nazis in Poland’s Warsaw Ghetto and witnessed first-hand dozens of brutal beatings, senseless shootings and people dropping dead of typhus and hunger in the streets. Young Alex was finally smuggled out of the ghetto and survived the Holocaust…but most of his family did not. His father died following internment in a German slave labor camp.

His life forever shaped by what he experienced as a child, Dr. Hershaft is now one of the godfathers of the worldwide animal rights movement, and the co-founder of Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM). He sees huge parallels in the Holocaust and animal rights and says “for millions of animals, especially those raised in these huge, cruel industrial farms and slaughterhouses, every day is like being in a death camp."

Still very active in the animal rights movement, Dr. Hershaft recently participated in a protest to block trucks jammed full of pigs from entering a slaughterhouse in Smithfield, Virginia and his findings were horrific. During a 24-hour period, over 6,000 pigs were stunned by electrical shock, hoisted up by their hind legs and have their throats slit open."You could literally hear the pigs crying in the trucks on their way to slaughter. This was just one event, in one day, but things like this and much worse happen every day all over the world. The similarities to what I saw as a child of the Holocaust are stark. As a survivor, I am honor-bound to call public attention to this ongoing tragedy.”

WEBSITE: www.never-again.org

Burke Allen
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Never Ending Violent Anti-Semitism with Holocaust Survivor Dr. Alex Hershaft

Let’s be clear; I am not equating the Holocaust and human life with the millions of animals slaughtered every week for U.S. dinner tables.”

— Dr. Alex Hershaft

WASHINGTON DC, UNITED STATES , April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Holocaust Memorial Day on the Jewish calendar is this Thursday, May 2; in the wake of yet another deadly synagogue shooting, talk to Warsaw Ghetto survivor and leading animal rights activist Dr. Alex Hershaft about anti-semitism and animal rights, and what he sees as the undeniable link between the two

Alex is the President of Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) and a co-founder of both FARM and the worldwide movement for animal rights. He holds the very controversial view that equates the Jewish holocaust with what he calls “the brutal slaughter of animals in hellish conditions every day….just like concentration camps.”

Hershaft knows about deadly anti-semitism firsthand; his childhood was spent under brutal Nazi control, walled into the infamous Warsaw Ghetto (made famous in the movie “The Pianist”). Many of Alex's family members including his father died in Nazi work camps. On April 19th, 1943, the Warsaw Ghetto staged a desperate uprising that lasted several weeks. That date is observed throughout the world as Holocaust Remembrance Day. This year, it falls this Thursday, May 2nd according to the Jewish calendar.

Moving to America and becoming a U.S. citizen after World War II, Alex worked for many years in materials science and environmental consulting and received a work assignment to a Midwest slaughterhouse in the 1970s. He immediately saw parallels between the death camp extermination and animal slaughter, including “mass roundups, skin branding, transport by cattle cars, crowding in wood stalls, brutality and the dispassionate application of mass extermination.” It caused him to flash back to what he saw during the Holocaust and changed his life’s mission forever-Alex became a vegan and eventually one of the founders of the U.S. animal rights movement.

Dr. Hershalft knows that making the controversial comparison between the Holocaust and animal slaughterhouses may rub people the wrong way.

“Let’s be clear; I am not equating the Holocaust and human life with the millions of animals slaughtered every week for U.S. dinner tables. But I am saying that all sentient beings, animals and people, share a love of life and the ability to experience emotions, including affection, joy, sadness, and fear. And far too often, these animals, with faces, families, and feelings, are treated just as badly as Holocaust victims.”

ABOUT DR. ALEX HERSHAFT

Born in Warsaw, Poland shortly before World War II began, Alex survived Nazi persecution and sought refuge in the US, where he held a long career in materials science and environmental consulting and a prominent role in the movement for religious freedom, prior to dedicating himself to animals. Alex organized the first Animal Rights National Conferences, World Day for Farmed Animals, Meatout, and a dozen other initiatives – and was inducted to the Animal Rights and Vegetarian Halls of Fame.

As a child, Alex Hershaft was held in captivity by the Nazis in Poland’s Warsaw Ghetto and witnessed first-hand dozens of brutal beatings, senseless shootings and people dropping dead of typhus and hunger in the streets. Young Alex was finally smuggled out of the ghetto and survived the Holocaust…but most of his family did not. His father died following internment in a German slave labor camp.

His life forever shaped by what he experienced as a child, Dr. Hershaft is now one of the godfathers of the worldwide animal rights movement, and the co-founder of Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM). He sees huge parallels in the Holocaust and animal rights and says “for millions of animals, especially those raised in these huge, cruel industrial farms and slaughterhouses, every day is like being in a death camp."

Still very active in the animal rights movement, Dr. Hershaft recently participated in a protest to block trucks jammed full of pigs from entering a slaughterhouse in Smithfield, Virginia and his findings were horrific. During a 24-hour period, over 6,000 pigs were stunned by electrical shock, hoisted up by their hind legs and have their throats slit open."You could literally hear the pigs crying in the trucks on their way to slaughter. This was just one event, in one day, but things like this and much worse happen every day all over the world. The similarities to what I saw as a child of the Holocaust are stark. As a survivor, I am honor-bound to call public attention to this ongoing tragedy.”

WEBSITE: www.never-again.org

Burke Allen
Allen Media Strategies
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Journey to the Barbecue – Safe Grilling Tips from Stop Foodborne Illness

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Make sure that you are grilling meat at the proper temperature.

Warmer temperatures outside comes an increased risk of foodborne illness. Learn these food safety grilling tips.

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — As weather gets warmer and days get longer, we inevitably want to gather with friends and family for evenings around the grill. However, with warmer temperatures also comes an increased risk of foodborne illness. According to Stop Foodborne Illness – a national, nonprofit, public health organization dedicated to preventing illness and death from foodborne pathogens – the bacteria in your food multiply faster at temperatures between 40°F and 140°F. Read on to learn how you can prevent foodborne illness while grilling so you can have fun, carefree and safe barbecues all summer long.

Your Barbecue Journey
Knowing how to safely prepare, cook and store food is easier than you might think. Here are some tips on being food safe before, during, and after your barbecue.

Destination #1 – The Grocery Store
Any great barbecue starts with quality meats and vegetables from your local grocery store. To avoid cross-contamination between the raw meats you purchase and other foods in your cart, wrap the meat in plastic produce bags (many grocery stores provide these). This keeps the meat juices from dripping onto other items. For grocery stores that offer paper wrapping for poultry, fish, and red meat you may want to request extra wrapping from the employee assisting you. The main objective is to keep those raw meat juices away from produce and other items in your cart.

Remember, the trunk of your car is especially hot on warm days, so for the ride home, or on to wherever the cookout is happening, pack a cooler with ice (or frozen gel packs) to store the meat, especially for hot days over 90°F. If you’re traveling a distance and packing produce and other items too, be sure to keep the uncooked meat in a separate cooler from the other items. If you’re headed home, meat and other perishables should be the first out of the car and into the fridge or freezer.

Destination #2 – The Cookout Spot
You’ve arrived and you’re ready to start cooking if you’ve done the following: Wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water. Washing hands before and after handling raw meat help to avoid transferring any potential bacteria to other foods. If soap and water aren’t easily accessible, bring a 60% alcohol-based hand sanitizer to keep your hands clean throughout the process.

When preparing your meat, you want to prevent any bacteria from the raw meat (and juices) from contaminating your freshly barbecued meal. If marinating is your thing, make two batches of sauce – one for use on raw meat (marinating) and one for use on cooked meat (basting). After marinating raw meats in the fridge (not on the counter), discard the marinade. DO NOT reuse raw meat marinade for cooked food.

Most importantly, grill meat to a safe internal temperature. Using a meat thermometer is the only way to know if the meat is fully cooked, so don’t guess! Check the temperature at the thickest part of the meat and sanitize the point of the thermometer in between readings.

Safe Internal Temperatures
• Burgers/ground meat (except poultry) to 160°F (72°C)
• Chicken and Poultry (including ground poultry like turkey burgers) to 165°F (74°C)
• Whole cuts of meat including pork to 145°F (63°C), with a 3-minute rest time before serving
• Fish and Shellfish to 145°F (63°C)

When plating, do not use the same platter to serve cooked food that you used to hold the raw meat. This goes for utensils as well – like tongs and spatulas – keeping raw meat juices away from cooked foods prevents the spread of potentially harmful bacteria. Unless utensils and dishes have been thoroughly washed with soap and hot water between transporting raw meats to the grill and removing cooked meats to bring to the table, you cannot use the same utensils and dishes.

Destination #3 – The Return Home
If you’re hungry, don’t wait to go back for seconds! On 90°F or higher days, perishable foods not eaten within one hour should be thrown away. On other days (below 90°F), perishable foods not eaten or refrigerated within two hours should be tossed out.

When storing leftovers, fully cooked food can be stored in shallow containers in a cooler with other cold beverages. To be sure food is still good for the next day, promptly refrigerate leftovers in a cooler with ice and then in the fridge when you return home. However, if you are still unsure if the food is safe to keep, just remember – when in doubt, throw it out.

To learn more about foodborne illness, visit http://www.stopfoodborneillness.org

Cindy Kurman
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Assemblies Designed for Harsh Environments Offer Ruggedized Solution

ARC Cable

Amphenol RF boosts its ARC product line with fixed length cable assemblies specially designed for use in harsh environments.

Amphenol (NYSE:APH)

DANBURY, CONNECTICUT, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Amphenol RF’s existing line of ARC connectors has been joined by the introduction of ruggedized fixed length cable assembly lines. The ARC line is a series of coaxial connectors and RF cable assemblies engineered specifically for superior performance in harsh conditions, and available in standard and reverse polarity. ARC products are ideal for applications such as transportation, military and construction where conditions may be less than optimal.

The new ARC cable assemblies will include N-Type and TNC configurations and feature adhesive lined, multi-layer heat shrink tubing. This unique construction offers better resistance against shock and vibration, preventing distortion. It also acts to reinforce connector termination retention and cable flex rigidity. The reliable threaded interface makes the ARC assemblies ideal for outdoor installation.

All ARC products are IP67 rated in both the mated and unmated condition for protection against inclement weather and other harsh environmental conditions.

Amphenol RF is a leading manufacturer of coaxial connectors for use in radio frequency, microwave, and data transmission system applications. Headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut, USA, Amphenol RF has global sales, marketing and manufacturing locations in North America, Asia and Europe. Standard products include RF connectors, coaxial adapters and RF cable assemblies. Custom engineered products include multi-port ganged interconnect, blind mate and hybrid mixed-signal solutions.

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More CBD Pet Products Coming to Market Drive Quality and Innovation ($WEED.TO) ( $CGC) ($LRSV) ($MJNA) ($EAST.V)

Investorideas.com releases a snapshot looking at CBD pet market growsth and companies putting in extra effort to create quality products/innovative technologies

LinkResPet (OTCMKTS:LRSV)

POINT ROBERTS, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Taking Care of Our #Pets: More #CBD Pet Products Coming to Market Drive Quality and Innovation (TSX: $WEED.TO) (NYSE: $CGC) (OTC: $LRSV) (OTC: $MJNA) (TSXV: $EAST.V)

Point Roberts WA, Delta BC – April 29, 2019 – Investorideas.com, a leading investor news resource covering hemp and cannabis stocks releases a snapshot looking at how as the CBD pet market grows, more companies are putting in extra effort to create quality products and innovative technologies to ensure the best care possible for pets that are often considered family members by consumers.

A recent study published in The Pet Behavior Science Journal indicates that dogs with epilepsy can have less frequent seizures if treated using CBD oil.

While the study may have been small because it only followed three dogs over a period of two months while those dogs were treated with CBD oil, the research suggests that dogs respond to cannabis treatment in the same way that humans do.

One of the largest cannabis companies in the world, Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED) (NYSE:CGC) and Sequential Brands Group, Inc. announced back in February that Martha Stewart had joined the Company in an advisory role to assist with developing and positioning a broad new line of product offerings across multiple categories, with a focus on pet products.

“I am delighted to establish this partnership with Canopy Growth and share with them the knowledge I have gained after years of experience in the subject of living,” said Martha Stewart. “I’m especially looking forward to our first collaboration together, which will offer sensible products for people’s beloved pets.”

While we are still waiting with baited breath for more news and developments on Canopy’s pet product line, the company is not sitting idly by and is ensuring proper supply arrangements so as to be prepared to enter the market. More recently, the company announced its acquisition of AgriNextUSA, a hemp enterprise led by CEO Geoff Whaling, which has been at the forefront of hemp advocacy and building a vibrant hemp sector in the US. The acquisition will accelerate Canopy Growth’s entry into key American jurisdictions as regulations surrounding the full use of hemp as a crop begin to be implemented, thanks in part to the recently enacted 2018 US Farm Bill.

Hemp has the potential to disrupt several prominent industries: advanced materials, cosmetics, energy, fiber and textiles, food and protein production and the health and wellness sectors. In addition, hemp is a natural source of CBD, the non-intoxicating component of cannabis that can be used for health and wellness purposes, as well as pet products in jurisdictions where legally permitted.

LinkResPet, a subsidiary of Link Reservations Inc. (OTC: LRSV), a company providing CBD products especially tailored for pets, has recently announced that it is finalizing negotiations with a certified US-based CBD producer and fulfillment center and are currently in the final stage of negotiations.

Link Reservations Inc. is looking to establish itself in the US/North American market and has been communicating with various producers in order to find partners that meet their high standards, and has now found such a producer to advance on their first partnership.

Upon this arrangement being successfully completed and as the company explores retail opportunities, LRSV will be able to offer home delivery of its CBD pet products in the US and Canada. The company will also be in a position to supply products to brick & mortar pet retailers. This will be a key for future growth as the LinkResPet product line increases.

René Lauritsen, Link Reservations Inc. CEO commented: “This is a huge step for LRSV and our brand LinkResPet, and we are incredibly excited to be making advances in North America. We selected our new partner due to their high-grade CBD products and flexibility in production and delivery timeframes. We ensure our products undergo a rigorous process of quality control and testing, using the latest scientific methods that will confirm their quality and safety, which of course includes being free of bacteria, pesticides, mold, solvents, and other contaminants."

The producer is specialized in “SFE” technique (Supercritical Fluid Extraction), using state of the art equipment. “SFE/CO2 Extraction” is the most sophisticated method of professionally producing hemp oil extract, gently obtaining the extract and preserving many of the plant’s active molecules, while being environmentally friendly and sustainable. In this process, supercritical CO2 (carbon dioxide) gas is used in natural product extraction, offering the possibility to separate materials from each other selectively and with great care.

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Grain Discovery and the Canadian Seed Growers’ Association Pilot Next Generation of Food Traceability

This first-of-its-kind pilot used blockchain to follow Certified soybean seed through production and processing, ending with fresh-packed tofu on store shelves.

Science and innovation are key to ensuring that we can continue to meet demands for our safe and nutritious products at home and abroad.”

— Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

PRINCE EDWARD COUNTRY, ONTARIO, CANADA, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Grain Discovery, in partnership with the Canadian Seed Growers’ Association (CSGA) have leapt into the future of farm-to-table traceability with a pilot that used blockchain to follow locally produced Certified soybean seed through production and processing, ending with freshly packed tofu hitting grocery store shelves. This first-of-its-kind pilot was supported by an investment of $58,000 from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (now the Canadian Agricultural Strategic Priorities Program) and through additional support from Grain Farmers of Ontario.

The intention of the pilot was to provide a mechanism for the Ontario soybean supply chain to meet consumer demand for transparency and build additional value into their product at home and internationally. This was achieved by recording every step the soybean seed took in real-time onto one blockchain, creating a digital food passport that could be accessed by scanning a QR code on the final packaged product.

“Our government is committed to supporting Canada’s soybean sector, and this innovative project will strengthen consumer trust and ensure Ontario producers are able to deliver top-quality products for Canadians and markets around the world,” said Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food. “Science and innovation are key to ensuring that we can continue to meet demands for our safe and nutritious products at home and abroad.”

“From where food is grown, to where it is consumed, our food passes through many intermediaries and provenance is often lost,” said Rory O’Sullivan, Grain Discovery CEO. “This pilot is unique not only because the consumer and buyers can instantly access their food’s journey in the palm of their hand, but can verify the claims made by the product, like organic labelling or origin.”

The Certified soybean seed used in this pilot is the result of a rigorous production and certification process which ensures that specific benefits developed by a plant breeder are retained through the production process, and delivered to farmers and the food industry – guaranteeing genetic identity, purity and food ingredients that reliably deliver the texture, flavour, nutritional characteristics and appearance expected.

“Canada’s seed system is recognized and respected around the globe because it ensures purity while providing a third-party verified audit trail of varietal identity,” said Doug Miller, Managing Director of Certification and Technology Services at CSGA. “This blockchain pilot allows Canadian producers to tell their story in a new way that resonates with consumers. It’s a win-win for both farmers and consumers searching for options and information on where they spend their money.”

While this digital passport is helpful for the consumer and farmers, it also has positive implications for food safety and export markets.

“This pilot comes at a time when food safety, transparency and traceability has never been more important to farmers, consumers and international markets,” said Crosby Devitt, Vice President at Grain Farmers of Ontario. “We look forward to expanding on the traceability benefits of blockchain to help consumers understand safe farming practices, secure export markets and promote Canadian agriculture.”

The OAC Kent pedigreed soybean seed used in this pilot, a variety developed by the University of Guelph, was produced by Szentimrey Seeds Ltd., planted and harvested by Minten Farms, stored at Beechwood Agri Services Inc. elevator, processed at Ying Ying Soy Food Ltd and distributed by FreshSpoke.

You can follow the soybean journey at id.graindiscovery.com
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About Grain Discovery

Founded in Ontario in 2018 by leaders in the commodities, blockchain, trading systems and data fields, Grain Discovery is committed to untangling the complicated supply chain for grains, using blockchain technology to increase the transparency, security, efficiency and traceability of the agricultural supply chain and beyond.

About Canadian Seed Growers’ Association

Founded in 1904, the Canadian Seed Growers’ Association (CSGA) is a non-profit association representing 3,500 Canadian seed growers and is identified in Canada’s Seeds Act as the authority for seed crop certification of all pedigreed seed crops except potatoes. The Association sets pedigreed seed crop production standards for over 50 crop kinds and annually certifies over 18,000 fields of 2,100 varieties. CSGA is committed to advancing the industry with partners, delivering and promoting a flexible, responsive, and cost effective seed certification system in Canada.

About Grain Farmers of Ontario

Grain Farmers of Ontario is the province’s largest commodity organization, representing Ontario’s 28,000 barley, corn, oat, soybean and wheat farmers. The crops they grow cover 6 million acres of farm land across the province, generate over $2.5 billion in farm gate receipts, result in over $9 billion in economic output and are responsible for over 40,000 jobs in the province.

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Plant Based Protein Supplements Market 2019: Global Analysis, Share, Trends, Application Analysis and Forecast To 2024

Plant Based Protein Supplements -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2024

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Plant Based Protein Supplements Industry

Description

Protein is an important part of a healthy diet and animal sources are the most common choice. But Many people choose plant based protein as opposed to dairy-based powders (whey or casein) due to lactose intolerance or sensitivity to dairy proteins. 
Rising importance of a vegan diet as a result of the risk of cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes associated with the consumption of meat products is expected to have a strong positive impact on the growth.

The global Plant Based Protein Supplements market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 and will reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025. The objectives of this study are to define, segment, and project the size of the Plant Based Protein Supplements market based on company, product type, end user and key regions.

This report studies the global market size of Plant Based Protein Supplements in key regions like North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Central & South America and Middle East & Africa, focuses on the consumption of Plant Based Protein Supplements in these regions. 

This research report categorizes the global Plant Based Protein Supplements market by top players/brands, region, type and end user. This report also studies the global Plant Based Protein Supplements market status, competition landscape, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels and distributors.

The following manufacturers are covered in this report, with sales, revenue, market share for each company: 

Glanbia plc 
NOW Foods 
MusclePharm Corporation 
CytoSport, Inc. 
Quest 
NBTY 
AMCO Proteins 
Abbott Laboratories 
IOVATE Health Sciences International, Inc 
Transparent Labs

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Market size by Product 
Soy 
Spirulina 
Pumpkin Seed 
Hemp 
Rice 
Pea 
Others 

Market size by End User 
Protein Powder 
Protein Bars 
Ready- to-Drink (RTD) 
Others

Market size by Region 
North America 
United States 
Canada 
Mexico 
Asia-Pacific 
China 
India 

The study objectives of this report are: 
To study and analyze the global Plant Based Protein Supplements market size (value & volume) by company, key regions, products and end user, breakdown data from 2014 to 2018, and forecast to 2025. 
To understand the structure of Plant Based Protein Supplements market by identifying its various subsegments. 
To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks). 
Focuses on the key global Plant Based Protein Supplements companies, to define, describe and analyze the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape and recent development. 
To project the value and sales volume of Plant Based Protein Supplements submarkets, with respect to key regions. 
To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.

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1 Study Coverage 
1.1 Plant Based Protein Supplements Product 
1.2 Market Segments 
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered 
1.4 Market by Type 
1.4.1 Global Plant Based Protein Supplements Market Size Growth Rate by Product 
1.4.2 Soy 
1.4.3 Spirulina 
1.4.4 Pumpkin Seed 
1.4.5 Hemp 
1.4.6 Rice 
1.4.7 Pea 
1.4.8 Others 
1.5 Market by End User 
1.5.1 Global Plant Based Protein Supplements Market Size Growth Rate by End User 
1.5.2 Protein Powder 
1.5.3 Protein Bars 
1.5.4 Ready- to-Drink (RTD) 
1.5.5 Others 
1.6 Study Objectives 
1.7 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary 
2.1 Global Plant Based Protein Supplements Market Size 
2.1.1 Global Plant Based Protein Supplements Revenue 2014-2025 
2.1.2 Global Plant Based Protein Supplements Sales 2014-2025 
2.2 Plant Based Protein Supplements Growth Rate by Regions 
2.2.1 Global Plant Based Protein Supplements Sales by Regions 
2.2.2 Global Plant Based Protein Supplements Revenue by Regions

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11 Company Profiles 
11.1 Glanbia plc 
11.1.1 Glanbia plc Company Details 
11.1.2 Company Business Overview 
11.1.3 Glanbia plc Plant Based Protein Supplements Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.1.4 Glanbia plc Plant Based Protein Supplements Products Offered 
11.1.5 Glanbia plc Recent Development 
11.2 NOW Foods  
11.3 MusclePharm Corporation 
11.4 CytoSport, Inc. 
11.5 Quest 
11.6 NBTY 
11.7 AMCO Proteins 
11.8.1 Abbott Laboratories Company Details 
11.9 IOVATE Health Sciences International, Inc 
11.10 Transparent Labs 

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Wheat Fiber Market 2019 By Global Manufacturers, Regions, Type And Application, Forecast To 2024

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PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wheat Fiber Industry

Description

The objectives of this study are to define, segment, and project the size of the Wheat Fiber market based on company, product type, end user and key regions.

This report studies the global market size of Wheat Fiber in key regions like North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Central & South America and Middle East & Africa, focuses on the consumption of Wheat Fiber in these regions. 

This research report categorizes the global Wheat Fiber market by top players/brands, region, type and end user. This report also studies the global Wheat Fiber market status, competition landscape, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels and distributors.

The following manufacturers are covered in this report, with sales, revenue, market share for each company: 

J. RETTENMAIER & Söhne Group 
Jelu Werk 
InterFiber 
Calyxt 
BeiDaHuang 
Star of the West 
Hindustan Animal Feeds 
Siemer Milling 
Jordans & Ryvita Company 
Harinera Vilafranquina 
Karim Karobar

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Market size by Product 
Feed Grade Wheat Fiber 
Medical Grade Wheat Fiber 
Other 

Market size by End User 
Pharmaceutical 
Cosmetic Industries 
Animal Feed 
Biofuels 
Others

Market size by Region 
North America 
United States 
Canada 
Mexico 
Asia-Pacific 
China 
India 

The study objectives of this report are: 
To study and analyze the global Wheat Fiber market size (value & volume) by company, key regions, products and end user, breakdown data from 2014 to 2018, and forecast to 2025. 
To understand the structure of Wheat Fiber market by identifying its various subsegments. 
To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks). 
Focuses on the key global Wheat Fiber companies, to define, describe and analyze the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape and recent development. 
To project the value and sales volume of Wheat Fiber submarkets, with respect to key regions. 
To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.

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Table of Contents

1 Study Coverage 
1.1 Wheat Fiber Product 
1.2 Market Segments 
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered 
1.4 Market by Type 
1.4.1 Global Wheat Fiber Market Size Growth Rate by Product 
1.4.2 Feed Grade Wheat Fiber 
1.4.3 Medical Grade Wheat Fiber 
1.4.4 Other 
1.5 Market by End User 
1.5.1 Global Wheat Fiber Market Size Growth Rate by End User 
1.5.2 Pharmaceutical 
1.5.3 Cosmetic Industries 
1.5.4 Animal Feed 
1.5.5 Biofuels 
1.5.6 Others 
1.6 Study Objectives 
1.7 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary 
2.1 Global Wheat Fiber Market Size 
2.1.1 Global Wheat Fiber Revenue 2014-2025 
2.1.2 Global Wheat Fiber Sales 2014-2025 
2.2 Wheat Fiber Growth Rate by Regions 
2.2.1 Global Wheat Fiber Sales by Regions 
2.2.2 Global Wheat Fiber Revenue by Regions

11 Company Profiles 
11.1 J. RETTENMAIER & Söhne Group 
11.1.1 J. RETTENMAIER & Söhne Group Company Details 
11.1.2 Company Business Overview 
11.1.3 J. RETTENMAIER & Söhne Group Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.1.4 J. RETTENMAIER & Söhne Group Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.1.5 J. RETTENMAIER & Söhne Group Recent Development 
11.2 Jelu Werk 
11.2.1 Jelu Werk Company Details 
11.2.2 Company Business Overview 
11.2.3 Jelu Werk Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.2.4 Jelu Werk Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.2.5 Jelu Werk Recent Development 
11.3 InterFiber 
11.3.1 InterFiber Company Details 
11.3.2 Company Business Overview 
11.3.3 InterFiber Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.3.4 InterFiber Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.3.5 InterFiber Recent Development 
11.4 Calyxt 
11.4.1 Calyxt Company Details 
11.4.2 Company Business Overview 
11.4.3 Calyxt Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.4.4 Calyxt Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.4.5 Calyxt Recent Development 
11.5 BeiDaHuang 
11.5.1 BeiDaHuang Company Details 
11.5.2 Company Business Overview 
11.5.3 BeiDaHuang Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.5.4 BeiDaHuang Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.5.5 BeiDaHuang Recent Development 
11.6 Star of the West 
11.6.1 Star of the West Company Details 
11.6.2 Company Business Overview 
11.6.3 Star of the West Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.6.4 Star of the West Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.6.5 Star of the West Recent Development 
11.7 Hindustan Animal Feeds 
11.7.1 Hindustan Animal Feeds Company Details 
11.7.2 Company Business Overview 
11.7.3 Hindustan Animal Feeds Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.7.4 Hindustan Animal Feeds Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.7.5 Hindustan Animal Feeds Recent Development 
11.8 Siemer Milling 
11.8.1 Siemer Milling Company Details 
11.8.2 Company Business Overview 
11.8.3 Siemer Milling Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.8.4 Siemer Milling Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.8.5 Siemer Milling Recent Development 
11.9 Jordans & Ryvita Company 
11.9.1 Jordans & Ryvita Company Company Details 
11.9.2 Company Business Overview 
11.9.3 Jordans & Ryvita Company Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.9.4 Jordans & Ryvita Company Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.9.5 Jordans & Ryvita Company Recent Development 
11.10 Harinera Vilafranquina 
11.10.1 Harinera Vilafranquina Company Details 
11.10.2 Company Business Overview 
11.10.3 Harinera Vilafranquina Wheat Fiber Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2014-2019) 
11.10.4 Harinera Vilafranquina Wheat Fiber Products Offered 
11.10.5 Harinera Vilafranquina Recent Development 
11.11 Karim Karobar

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Global Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Market Analysis 2019 Forecasts To 2025

Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2024

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Industry

Description

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2024” To Its Research Database

This report focuses on the global Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics development in United States, Europe and China.

The key players covered in this study 

IBM 
Google 
Microsoft Corporation 
Amazon Web Services Inc 
Oracle Corporation 
SAP 
Facebook 
Alibaba 
Baidu 
Tencent

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Market segment by Type, the product can be split into 
Artificial neural networks 
Machine learning 
Other

Market segment by Application, split into 
Inventory control and planning 
Transportation network design 
Purchasing and supply management 
Demand planning and forecasting 
Other

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers 
United States 
Europe 
China 
Japan 
Southeast Asia 
India 
Central & South America

The study objectives of this report are: 
To analyze global Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. 
To present the Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics development in United States, Europe and China. 
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies. 
To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.

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Table of Contents

1 Report Overview 
1.1 Study Scope 
1.2 Key Market Segments 
1.3 Players Covered 
1.4 Market Analysis by Type 
1.4.1 Global Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2014-2025) 
1.4.2 Artificial neural networks 
1.4.3 Machine learning 
1.4.4 Other 
1.5 Market by Application 
1.5.1 Global Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Market Share by Application (2014-2025) 
1.5.2 Inventory control and planning 
1.5.3 Transportation network design 
1.5.4 Purchasing and supply management 
1.5.5 Demand planning and forecasting 
1.5.6 Other 
1.6 Study Objectives 
1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends 
2.1 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Market Size 
2.2 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Growth Trends by Regions 
2.2.1 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Market Size by Regions (2014-2025) 
2.2.2 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Market Share by Regions (2014-2019) 
2.3 Industry Trends 
2.3.1 Market Top Trends 
2.3.2 Market Drivers 
2.3.3 Market Opportunities

12 International Players Profiles 
12.1 IBM 
12.1.1 IBM Company Details 
12.1.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.1.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.1.4 IBM Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.1.5 IBM Recent Development 
12.2 Google 
12.2.1 Google Company Details 
12.2.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.2.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.2.4 Google Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.2.5 Google Recent Development 
12.3 Microsoft Corporation 
12.3.1 Microsoft Corporation Company Details 
12.3.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.3.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.3.4 Microsoft Corporation Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.3.5 Microsoft Corporation Recent Development 
12.4 Amazon Web Services Inc 
12.4.1 Amazon Web Services Inc Company Details 
12.4.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.4.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.4.4 Amazon Web Services Inc Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.4.5 Amazon Web Services Inc Recent Development 
12.5 Oracle Corporation 
12.5.1 Oracle Corporation Company Details 
12.5.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.5.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.5.4 Oracle Corporation Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.5.5 Oracle Corporation Recent Development 
12.6 SAP 
12.6.1 SAP Company Details 
12.6.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.6.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.6.4 SAP Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.6.5 SAP Recent Development 
12.7 Facebook 
12.7.1 Facebook Company Details 
12.7.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.7.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.7.4 Facebook Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.7.5 Facebook Recent Development 
12.8 Alibaba 
12.8.1 Alibaba Company Details 
12.8.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.8.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.8.4 Alibaba Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.8.5 Alibaba Recent Development 
12.9 Baidu 
12.9.1 Baidu Company Details 
12.9.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.9.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.9.4 Baidu Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.9.5 Baidu Recent Development 
12.10 Tencent 
12.10.1 Tencent Company Details 
12.10.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.10.3 Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Introduction 
12.10.4 Tencent Revenue in Artificial intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain and Logistics Business (2014-2019) 
12.10.5 Tencent Recent Development

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