Brewing products – Lang Creek Brewery http://langcreekbrewery.com/ Wed, 18 May 2022 13:31:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://langcreekbrewery.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-7-120x120.png Brewing products – Lang Creek Brewery http://langcreekbrewery.com/ 32 32 Oregon Fruit Products launches a line of certified organic fruit purees https://langcreekbrewery.com/oregon-fruit-products-launches-a-line-of-certified-organic-fruit-purees/ Mon, 16 May 2022 15:58:11 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/oregon-fruit-products-launches-a-line-of-certified-organic-fruit-purees/ Oregon Fruit Products LLC, maker of premium fruit purees, today announced a line of certified organic products for the food and beverage manufacturing markets. The new line aims to help manufacturers meet growing consumer demand for organic products in all areas of food and beverage, including kombucha and other ready-to-drink beverages, baked goods, yoghurts, etc. […]]]>

Oregon Fruit Products LLC, maker of premium fruit purees, today announced a line of certified organic products for the food and beverage manufacturing markets. The new line aims to help manufacturers meet growing consumer demand for organic products in all areas of food and beverage, including kombucha and other ready-to-drink beverages, baked goods, yoghurts, etc.

The organic product range consists of the following aseptically processed fruit purees:

  • Organic Red Raspberry Puree – Seedless
  • Organic Sweet Cherry Puree
  • Organic Blueberry Puree – Seedless
  • Organic Strawberry Puree – Seedless

Like all Oregon Fruit Purée, Organic is 100% fruit with no added sugar, preservatives or additives. Because Oregon Fruit Products purees are made with the highest quality fruit and processed in aseptic packaging, manufacturers find it to be a convenient, high quality alternative sweetener or concentrate. and more consistent.

“We know organic is a growing trend and our customers are looking for all-natural, organic ingredients to address their customers’ sustainability concerns,” said Chris Hodge, sales manager at Oregon Fruit Products. “We believe our certified organic line will inspire natural product manufacturers to include real fruit in their innovations.”

Single-strength fruit puree does not need to be labeled as “added sugar” by the FDA, which means cleaner labels for production and manufacturing teams. Oregon Fruit Products does not use or permit any of the eight major allergens (milk, egg, peanut, tree nut, fish, shellfish, soy, and wheat) in product or processing areas.

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Companies selling products in Colorado would pay a fee to fund better recycling https://langcreekbrewery.com/companies-selling-products-in-colorado-would-pay-a-fee-to-fund-better-recycling/ Sat, 14 May 2022 12:00:15 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/companies-selling-products-in-colorado-would-pay-a-fee-to-fund-better-recycling/ Colorado lawmakers have given their final push to a recycling overhaul that extends consumer responsibility to the producers of all goods sold in the state — about 1,500 companies offering items wrapped in plastic, glass, metal and cardboard. Companies would pay fees into a ‘producer responsibility’ fund to support statewide recycling and reuse industries as […]]]>

Colorado lawmakers have given their final push to a recycling overhaul that extends consumer responsibility to the producers of all goods sold in the state — about 1,500 companies offering items wrapped in plastic, glass, metal and cardboard.

Companies would pay fees into a ‘producer responsibility’ fund to support statewide recycling and reuse industries as part of the measure lawmakers passed on Wednesday – now directed at Gov. Jared Polis so that a signature becomes law. And companies would have the first dibs to recover their own materials.

This overhaul would position Colorado as the third state in the nation (after Maine and Oregon) joining Canada, Europe and others around the world to tackle waste sent to landfills by targeting products and packaging . Garbage buried in landfills emits heat-trapping methane gas, and federal authorities have identified landfills as a major cause of global warming, leading to increased fires, droughts, and other calamities.

The Colorado legislation – approved by a 21-14 vote in the Senate and a 40-25 vote in the House – has received support from producers who want to salvage more material for reuse and would set up a system to charge less to producers. businesses when they design products and packaging that are easier to recycle.

“This is the most significant and groundbreaking recycling policy we could have adopted across the country,” said Kate Bailey, director of policy and research for Eco-Cycle, a Boulder-based recycling organization. which promotes recycling statewide.

“Every Colorado resident and every local government will benefit. This will reduce climate pollution, reduce plastic pollution, reduce unnecessary packaging, save local governments money, and build stronger, more resilient local supply chains that will help Colorado manufacturers and boost local economies.

Lawmakers have taken action in an effort to reverse Colorado’s status as a recycling laggard. Colorado’s recycling rate — 15.3% of waste generated in the state, down from 15.9% in 2020 and 17% in 2018, according to state data — remains less than half the national average rate of recycling. about 32%.

Governor Jared Polis in 2020 said Colorado would go from a laggard to a leader. A state goal set in 2017 calls for recycling 45 percent of waste statewide by 2036.

But a paper industry group opposes Colorado’s measure. “We urge Governor Polis to veto HB22-1355. An extended producer responsibility program is not the right policy approach for sustainable paper products,” said the Vice President of American Forest & Paper Association, Terry Webber, warning that this could increase costs for consumers “Colorado should instead focus on underfunded and underdeveloped recycling programs.”

Other opponents include the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Colorado Retail Council, Molson Coors, the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association and the Plastics Industry Association.

Companies supporting Colorado’s measure include Walmart, L’Oréal, New Belgium Brewing, Dr. Pepper, Coca-Cola, Keurig, Danone, Nestlé and Unilever.

“We believe this is a bold solution that will increase the recycling rate for all recyclable materials in Colorado, including bottles and cans,” said William Dermody, vice president of the American Beverage Association. “We want to increase the amount of bottles and cans that are collected so they can be turned into new ones. Colorado is the first state to truly embrace our principles. ….. Producers can salvage their own materials to make new products. We want to reduce the amount of new plastics we use.

Polis “will review the legislation when it hits his desk,” said the governor’s spokeswoman, Melissa Dworkin.

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Products of the week: Sony headphones, 80s-inspired trunks and Selena Gomez’s Our Place collection https://langcreekbrewery.com/products-of-the-week-sony-headphones-80s-inspired-trunks-and-selena-gomezs-our-place-collection/ Sat, 14 May 2022 11:14:04 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/products-of-the-week-sony-headphones-80s-inspired-trunks-and-selena-gomezs-our-place-collection/ Please note: If you purchase through the links in this article, InsideHook may earn a small share of the profits. Every week, our inbox is overflowing with news on gear, apparel, and tech news from around the world. In this feature, we will analyze the best of them. Today: Sony’s new WH-1000XM5 headphones wow, Orlebar […]]]>

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Every week, our inbox is overflowing with news on gear, apparel, and tech news from around the world. In this feature, we will analyze the best of them. Today: Sony’s new WH-1000XM5 headphones wow, Orlebar Brown teams up with an unlikely icon and the creators of cult favorite Always Pan tap Ms. Gomez for an exclusive release.

The Selena Gomez fashion shows feature her brand new two-tone collaboration Our Place.

our place

Our Place Collection x Selena Gomez

Just when you thought the makers of the internet’s favorite saucepan couldn’t get any trendier, Our Place teamed up with the charming Selena Gomez for a collection inspired by the love of the actor-musician-model for the kitchen. Dressed in ‘Rosa’ and ‘Azul’, the capsule features fan favorites Always Pan and Perfect Pot, plus a variety of household items – knives, glasses and plates – for a complete kitchen makeover.

A pink machine surrounded by cannabis paraphernalia

BEED, also known as the “Nespresso of cannabis”.

BEED

BEED

The Nespresso of cannabis? This machine extracts the contents of a cannabis capsule and delivers a perfectly rolled joint at the touch of a button.

A model lounging on a pool chair by the beach

Orlebar Brown x WHAM! goes back to the 80s for a wavy beach cap – hair not included.

Orlebar Brown

Orlebar Brown x WHAM! Club Tropicana collection

George Michael’s ’80s glam-pop vehicle undoubtedly eclipsed with his 1983 album “Club Tropicana,” and Orlebar Brown is celebrating the 15th anniversary of his high-end swimwear brand with a collection inspired by the seminal disc. Full of vibrant colors, expressive prints and alluring fabrics, OB x WHAM! is a flirty, fun and youthful way to channel your inner beach rockstar (single earring not included).

a collage of bottle and delicatessen fair on black background

What’s better than meat and cheese? meat, cheese and alcohol, so says the Board at Home Batch and Bottle Collection.

Boarding at home

Batch & Bottle Board at Home Collection

What do you associate with surprisingly strong bottled cocktails? Try this limited-time plate of artisan cheeses and charcuterie. It’s the laziest, yet tastiest party prep you can make this summer.

A trio of different colored Dolce&Gabbana x Persol sunglasses on a gray background

Block out the sun (and enemies) in Dolce x Persol’s new premium line.

Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabanna x Persol

When D&G tapped Persol for a line of high-end, summer-ready shades, there was speculation about how the two revered designers might get along. If the end result is any indication, they seem to have hit it off; the two-model version features a classic D-frame faced by the 649 model and enhanced by transparencies, logo details and color combinations inspired by the brand’s stylistic codes.

a photo of a green chair and footstool in a well furnished room.

Get cozy in the all-new Burrow Vesper Lounger.

Terrier

Burrow Vesper lounge chair

Dad had the right idea with his shabby leather chair; after all, but Burrow’s new Vesper adds a touch of modern, minimalist class to the iconic lounge chair, with a handsome ottoman and a variety of chic color combinations to bring any room in your abode together.

A model wearing Sony's new wireless headphones.

The wireless, noise-canceling Sony WH-1000XM5 is pure audio bliss.

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Sony WH-1000XM5 Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones

A just-released sequel to the best wireless headphones we’ve used, the XM5 offers plenty of battery life (30+ hours), hands-free calling, a comfortable fit, and a foldable design for easy storage.

A Dirty Shirley Can in the Sand

Black Infusions Dirty Shirley is the drink of the summer.

Black infusions

Dark Infusions Dirty Shirley RTD

the New York Times called the Dirty Shirley the ‘drink of the summer’ – basically it’s an adult canned update on a Shirley Temple, now with a shot of black cherry vodka.

Two models wearing the Kona Brewing Aloha shirt on a towel with a pack of beer

Kona Brewing x Reyn Spooner’s Aloha Shirt is the clothing equivalent of “Hellooo, summer.”

Kona Brewing Co.

Kona Brewing x Reyn Spooner Aloha Shirt

Have you ever wished you could drink your favorite beer and wear it too? Let dreams come true with Kona Brewing x Reyn Spooner; the island affair transformed the immensely popular Kona Big Wave Golden Ale into a bold printed Aloha shirt (and matching towel) for summer fun at the beach, bar and beyond.

a black Aquaroo harness carrier on a gray background

The Aquaroo was designed for aqua-mums.

Aquaroo

Aguaroo baby carrier

The all-new waterproof baby carrier makes pool time with your newborn much easier. Made from the same material as wetsuits, the Aguaroo is a supportive, flexible and soft carrier that will keep your baby close and relax you in or out of the water.

a smartwatch with a green dial on the wrist of a WITHINGS brand model

Say hello to the new ScanWatch Horizon, an all-in-one health-focused smartwatch.

WITH

Connected watch WITHINGS ScanWatch Horizon

A nice dive watch with lots of built-in health features – you can record an ECG, monitor your blood oxygen and track your sleep (or exercise).

a pair of colorful white and red polka dot runners from Salomon on a gray background

Built for PR and designed to impress, Salomon x Ciele Athletics is a game in heaven.

Solomon

Salomon Phantasm Running Shoe for Ciele

GORP-kings Salomon doesn’t just make a best-in-class trail shoe; their recent collab with forward-running Ciele Athletics produced an ultra-loud, fuck-fast trainer to smash PR and generally stunt them. Energy Blade and Energy Surge technologies ensure a fast and firm ride; sprint and grab them before they sell out.

a keyobard-esque device on a colorful blue background

The OP1—Field enhances Teenage Engineering’s first product.

teenage engineering

Teenage Engineering OP – 1 field

A follow-up to the 2011 synthesizer, this update features a new low-profile aluminum frame and 100 new features, including 24-hour battery life, high-resolution display, Bluetooth midi and a host of recording and sound improvements.

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Trendy handicrafts https://langcreekbrewery.com/trendy-handicrafts/ Wed, 11 May 2022 00:34:39 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/trendy-handicrafts/ Canadian researchers have found that changing market forces are the reason why artisanal or handmade products have become popular among large commercial producers. In a new paper, researchers from Concordia University and HEC Montreal analyzed markets and found that products increasingly focus on aesthetics and craftsmanship, even if they are commercially produced. Artisanal markets, or […]]]>
Trendy handicrafts

Canadian researchers have found that changing market forces are the reason why artisanal or handmade products have become popular among large commercial producers.

In a new paper, researchers from Concordia University and HEC Montreal analyzed markets and found that products increasingly focus on aesthetics and craftsmanship, even if they are commercially produced.

Artisanal markets, or those with small producers who make their products individually or by hand, serve as a source of inspiration for commercial producers, who seek to present their own products as more authentic or genuine, despite being made in the factory. The researchers say this is because as larger markets evolve, they co-opt smaller producers who target niche markets.

One of the study’s authors, Pierre-Yann Dolbec, uses coffee as an example of cooptation.

“In this market, like others, craft businesses aim for aesthetic perfection while commercial businesses try to maximize profits,” Dolbec said. “For example, craft cafes target coffee connoisseurs by tailoring brewing recipes to specific coffee beans to perfect the taste of the coffee. Commercial companies target mainstream consumers by creating products that can be produced efficiently for profit, such as sweet treats like Pumpkin Spice Latte.

The study’s analysis of product development and markets highlights that there are four types of production enterprises: artisanal specialists and generalists, and commercial specialists and generalists. Craft specialists target a small market and try to produce the perfectly aesthetic product for it, while craft generalists aim for a larger market with broader consumer preferences and product knowledge levels , while always aiming for aesthetic qualities.

Conversely, commercial enterprises focus on profit and large markets, aesthetic perfection being irrelevant. So, while commercial specialists always target a niche market, the market is more concerned with ease of use and commercial generalists simply want to maximize their customers.

Ultimately, as specialty businesses become more popular, commercial businesses will be able to produce similar products that attract people interested in craft products from craft markets but who hadn’t been motivated to figure out how to get in. in the market themselves.

The full article was published in the Marketing Review.

Image credit: ©stock.adobe.com/au/Jiri Hera

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Artisanal products are booming – Here’s how companies are cashing in https://langcreekbrewery.com/artisanal-products-are-booming-heres-how-companies-are-cashing-in/ Thu, 05 May 2022 16:40:00 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/artisanal-products-are-booming-heres-how-companies-are-cashing-in/ Newswise — Researchers from Concordia University and HEC Montréal have published a new article in the Marketing Review this explains how the evolution of markets towards more aesthetic and artisanal concerns – whether it is the search for the perfect espresso or the creation of a visually complex tattoo – results from the interactions between […]]]>

Newswise — Researchers from Concordia University and HEC Montréal have published a new article in the Marketing Review this explains how the evolution of markets towards more aesthetic and artisanal concerns – whether it is the search for the perfect espresso or the creation of a visually complex tattoo – results from the interactions between artisanal and commercial enterprises .

The study, to be published in the marketing magazine, is entitled “A practical perspective on market evolution: how artisanal and commercial coffee companies are expanding their practices and developing their markets” and is written by Pierre-Yann Dolbec, Zeynep Arsel and Aya Aboelenien.

Barber, beer, coffee, perfumes, meat, hand soaps, tattoos and even ice cream. The craft movement is everywhere. It seems like everything is now becoming artisanal, boutique, personalized and handmade. How did we get here and how can businesses take advantage of this trend?

Take the coffee market. Dolbec explains that “in this market, as in others, craft businesses aim for aesthetic perfection while commercial businesses seek to maximize their profits. For example, craft cafes target coffee connoisseurs by tailoring brewing recipes to specific coffee beans to perfect the taste of the coffee. Commercial companies are targeting mainstream consumers by creating products that can be efficiently produced for profit, such as sweet treats like Pumpkin Spice Latte.

Artisanal and commercial enterprises innovate and mutually adapt their innovations to their respective objective of aesthetic perfection or profit maximization. For example, commercial ventures such as Dunkin’ have borrowed from cottage industries and automated the production of ‘craft’ coffee. In contrast, craft cafes have aesthetically enhanced the Pumpkin Spice Latte, using craft syrup and selected spices that ideally match the taste characteristics of a specific coffee bean.

Over time, innovations and adaptations between artisan and commercial businesses have led to many new products and ways of making coffee and have led to the expansion of artisanship in the marketplace. Coffee is widely marketed as artisanal, consumers have become connoisseurs and baristas are artisans. The quest for aesthetic perfection by craft businesses is also caricatured in advertisements such as McDonald’s “Madness,” which pokes fun at the overly complicated ways of preparing coffee in craft cafes.

So how can businesses take advantage of the craft movement? Arsel says, “It depends on whether it’s commercial or craft businesses and their targeting strategy. In addition to being driven by aesthetic perfection or profit maximization, the study proposes that craft and commercial enterprises may target narrow or broad consumer preferences. Specialty companies target narrow consumer preferences while generalist companies target general consumer preferences.

“By crossing objectives and targets, our study proposes four types of businesses: craft specialists, craft generalists, trade specialists and trade generalists. The strategic implications depend on the companies’ targets and objectives. Craft specialists can innovate or adapt innovations by focusing on the characteristics of their narrow target and striving for aesthetic perfection,” adds Aboelenien. For example, craft specialists market products that promote the search for the best possible coffee, such as KRUVE, which manufactures coffee strainers to create very precise and uniform grinds that improve the taste of espressos.

Craft generalists also seek aesthetic perfection, but target broader consumer preferences. One example is Colonna Coffee, which offers instant coffee and coffee capsules that contain award-winning coffee from specialty roasters and cater to consumers who vary in their coffee expertise. These consumers may desire aesthetically pleasing coffee, but lack the skills, knowledge or products to create it themselves. Craft generalists have introduced products that bridge differences in expertise, such as specialty coffee pods or specialty instant coffee that aim to simplify the pursuit of aesthetic perfection for a wide range of consumers.

Business enterprises focus on maximizing profitability. Unlike artisanal businesses, achieving aesthetic perfection is not a concern. At the time of its introduction, Nespresso represented an example of a commercial specialist: it targeted a niche segment of consumers interested in paying a premium to simplify coffee making, with less attention to coffee quality compared to craft businesses. Over time, the expansion of coffee pod and machine options to suit nearly every market taste has transformed the company into a commercial generalist.

Commercial generalists focus on broad targets. For example, Dunkin’ and McCafé together have around 40% of the market share of out-of-home coffee consumed in the United States, although coffee may not be their core business. Commercial generalists can use automation to cater to a wide range of consumers while maximizing profitability. For example, 7-Eleven introduced touchscreen coffee and beverage machines for customers to “be their own barista.” the CSP Daily News explained how 7-Eleven is taking inspiration from the artisan movement while freeing its employees from having to make coffee, contributing to higher productivity and margins.

About Marketing Review

the Marketing Review develops and disseminates knowledge on real-world marketing issues useful to scholars, educators, managers, policymakers, consumers, and other societal stakeholders around the world. Published by the American Marketing Association since its founding in 1936, JM played an important role in shaping the content and boundaries of the marketing discipline. Christine Moorman (T. Austin Finch, Senior Professor of Business Administration, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University) is the current editor.
https://www.ama.org/jm

About the American Marketing Association (AMA)

As the world’s largest chapter-based marketing association, marketing and sales professionals trust the AMA to help them discover what’s coming in the industry. The AMA has a community of local chapters in more than 70 cities and 350 college campuses across North America. The AMA is home to award-winning content, PCM® professional certification, leading academic journals, and cutting-edge training events and conferences.
https://www.ama.org

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Artisan products are experiencing rapid growth https://langcreekbrewery.com/artisan-products-are-experiencing-rapid-growth/ Thu, 05 May 2022 15:48:51 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/artisan-products-are-experiencing-rapid-growth/ Researchers from Concordia University and HEC Montréal have published a new article in the Marketing Review this explains how the evolution of markets towards more aesthetic and artisanal concerns – whether it is the search for the perfect espresso or the creation of a visually complex tattoo – results from the interactions between artisanal and […]]]>

Researchers from Concordia University and HEC Montréal have published a new article in the Marketing Review this explains how the evolution of markets towards more aesthetic and artisanal concerns – whether it is the search for the perfect espresso or the creation of a visually complex tattoo – results from the interactions between artisanal and commercial enterprises .

The study, to be published in the marketing magazine, is entitled “A practical perspective on market evolution: how artisanal and commercial coffee companies are expanding their practices and developing their markets” and is written by Pierre-Yann Dolbec, Zeynep Arsel and Aya Aboelenien.

Barber, beer, coffee, perfumes, meat, hand soaps, tattoos and even ice cream. The craft movement is everywhere. It seems like everything is now becoming artisanal, boutique, personalized and handmade. How did we get here and how can businesses take advantage of this trend?

Take the coffee market. Dolbec explains that “in this market, as in others, craft businesses aim for aesthetic perfection while commercial businesses seek to maximize their profits. For example, craft cafes target coffee connoisseurs by tailoring brewing recipes to specific coffee beans to perfect the taste of the coffee. Commercial companies are targeting mainstream consumers by creating products that can be efficiently produced for profit, such as sweet treats like Pumpkin Spice Latte.

Artisanal and commercial enterprises innovate and mutually adapt their innovations to their respective objective of aesthetic perfection or profit maximization. For example, commercial ventures such as Dunkin’ have borrowed from cottage industries and automated the production of ‘craft’ coffee. In contrast, craft cafes have aesthetically enhanced the Pumpkin Spice Latte, using craft syrup and selected spices that ideally match the taste characteristics of a specific coffee bean.

Over time, innovations and adaptations between artisan and commercial businesses have led to many new products and ways of making coffee and have led to the expansion of artisanship in the marketplace. Coffee is widely marketed as artisanal, consumers have become connoisseurs and baristas are artisans. The quest for aesthetic perfection by craft businesses is also caricatured in advertisements such as McDonald’s “Madness,” which pokes fun at the overly complicated ways of preparing coffee in craft cafes.

So how can businesses take advantage of the craft movement? Arsel says, “It depends on whether it’s commercial or craft businesses and their targeting strategy. In addition to being driven by aesthetic perfection or profit maximization, the study proposes that craft and commercial enterprises may target narrow or broad consumer preferences. Specialty companies target narrow consumer preferences while generalist companies target general consumer preferences.

“By crossing objectives and targets, our study proposes four types of businesses: craft specialists, craft generalists, trade specialists and trade generalists. The strategic implications depend on the companies’ targets and objectives. Craft specialists can innovate or adapt innovations by focusing on the characteristics of their narrow target and striving for aesthetic perfection,” adds Aboelenien. For example, craft specialists market products that promote the search for the best possible coffee, such as KRUVE, which manufactures coffee strainers to create very precise and uniform grinds that improve the taste of espressos.

Craft generalists also seek aesthetic perfection, but target broader consumer preferences. One example is Colonna Coffee, which offers instant coffee and coffee capsules that contain award-winning coffee from specialty roasters and cater to consumers who vary in their coffee expertise. These consumers may desire aesthetically pleasing coffee, but lack the skills, knowledge or products to create it themselves. Craft generalists have introduced products that bridge differences in expertise, such as specialty coffee pods or specialty instant coffee that aim to simplify the pursuit of aesthetic perfection for a wide range of consumers.

Business enterprises focus on maximizing profitability. Unlike artisanal businesses, achieving aesthetic perfection is not a concern. At the time of its introduction, Nespresso represented an example of a commercial specialist: it targeted a niche segment of consumers interested in paying a premium to simplify coffee making, with less attention to coffee quality compared to craft businesses. Over time, the expansion of coffee pod and machine options to suit nearly every market taste has transformed the company into a commercial generalist.

Commercial generalists focus on broad targets. For example, Dunkin’ and McCafé together have around 40% of the market share of out-of-home coffee consumed in the United States, although coffee may not be their core business. Commercial generalists can use automation to cater to a wide range of consumers while maximizing profitability. For example, 7-Eleven introduced touchscreen coffee and beverage machines for customers to “be their own barista.” the CSP Daily News explained how 7-Eleven is taking inspiration from the artisan movement while freeing its employees from having to make coffee, contributing to higher productivity and margins.

Full article and author contact details available at: https://doi.org/10.1177/00222429221093624

About Marketing Review

the Marketing Review develops and disseminates knowledge on real-world marketing issues useful to scholars, educators, managers, policymakers, consumers, and other societal stakeholders around the world. Published by the American Marketing Association since its founding in 1936, JM played an important role in shaping the content and boundaries of the marketing discipline. Christine Moorman (T. Austin Finch, Senior Professor of Business Administration, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University) is the current editor.
https://www.ama.org/jm

About the American Marketing Association (AMA)

As the largest chapter-based marketing association in the world, the AMA is trusted by marketing and sales professionals to help them discover what’s coming in the industry. The AMA has a community of local chapters in more than 70 cities and 350 college campuses across North America. The AMA is home to award-winning content, PCM® professional certification, leading academic journals, and cutting-edge training events and conferences.
https://www.ama.org


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Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market Size and Forecast https://langcreekbrewery.com/membrane-filtration-for-food-and-dairy-products-market-size-and-forecast/ Wed, 04 May 2022 13:32:47 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/membrane-filtration-for-food-and-dairy-products-market-size-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States – Complete analyzes of the most dynamic Membrane filtration for the food and dairy market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for membrane filtration for food and dairy. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial situation […]]]>

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It describes the behavior of the industry. It also outlines a future direction that will help companies and other stakeholders make informed decisions that will ensure strong returns for years to come. The report provides a practical overview of the global market and its changing environment to help readers make informed decisions about market projects. This report focuses on growth opportunities that allow the market to expand its operations in existing markets.

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GEA, SUEZ, Asahi Kasei, Axeon Water Technologies, Hyflux, Inge, DowDuPont, 3M, Toray, Pentair, Merck Millipore, Microdyn-Nadir, Veolia, Nitto Denko, Pall, Parker Hannifin, Membranium, Markel, Lanxess

Segmentation of the Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market:

By Product Type, the market is primarily split into:

• Reverse osmosis
• Ultrafiltration
• Nano-filtration
• Microfiltration

By application, this report covers the following segments:

• Fruit juice
• Soft drink
• Alcoholic beverages
• Brewing industry

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ATTRIBUTES DETAILS
ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
REPORT COVER Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
BY REGION North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
CUSTOMIZATION SCOPE Free report customization (equivalent to up to 4 analyst business days) with purchase. Added or changed country, region and segment scope.

Geographic segment covered in the report:

The Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products report provides information on the market area, which is sub-divided into sub-regions and countries/regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region over the estimated period.

• North America (USA and Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region)
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and rest of Latin America)
• Middle East and Africa (GCC and Rest of Middle East and Africa)

Key questions answered in this Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market report

  1. How much revenue will the Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market generate by the end of the forecast period?
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TTABlog test: can “NOJOKE” for electronic cigarette products be confused with “JOKER” for cigarette paper? – Trademark https://langcreekbrewery.com/ttablog-test-can-nojoke-for-electronic-cigarette-products-be-confused-with-joker-for-cigarette-paper-trademark/ Sun, 01 May 2022 18:11:15 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/ttablog-test-can-nojoke-for-electronic-cigarette-products-be-confused-with-joker-for-cigarette-paper-trademark/ May 02, 2022 Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, PC To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Republic Technologies opposed a trademark application NO KIDDING for “electronic cigarette liquid (e-liquid) composed of flavorings in liquid form, other than essential oils, used to refill electronic cigarette […]]]>

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Republic Technologies opposed a trademark application NO KIDDING for “electronic cigarette liquid (e-liquid) composed of flavorings in liquid form, other than essential oils, used to refill electronic cigarette cartridges; electronic cigarettes and oral vaporizers for smokers”, claiming a risk of confusion with two trademarks listed below, for “cigarette paper”. The opponent argued that the common element JOKE in all the marks makes them similar in appearance and sound, and is central to their meanings and commercial impressions. She argued that the wares are related because they all fall within the category of “tobacco products”. How do you think that came out? Republic Technologies (NA), LLC v Vapewear, Inc.opposition n° 91253787 (April 26, 2022) [not
precedential] (Opinion of Judge Angela Lykos).

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Property: The Board has concluded that the goods in issue are related because they are sold by the same retailers. In addition, 18 third-party registrations covering both product types have demonstrated that the affected products are of a type that can be sourced from a single source under a single brand. Moreover, the commercial channels overlap – convenience stores and service stations – and are sold to the same categories of consumers likely to exercise only ordinary care in their purchases.

Strength of opponent’s marks: The Council noted that, as with all tobacco products, federal law restricts cigarette paper advertising. With this in mind, the Board has considered the Opponent’s evidence of the use of the JOKER marks since 1975, the numerous retail outlets for its cigarette papers, trade show promotions and point-of-sale material . The Board, however, was unable to conclude that the JOKER marks “are at the high end of the fame or strength spectrum”. There was no evidence regarding the opponent’s sales and advertising expenditures in the United States, and the Board concluded that the ratings were “at the lower end of the spectrum and of ‘relatively modest’ strength.”

The board also concluded that the JOKER marks are inherently distinctive and granted them the “normal scope of protection” of distinctive marks.

Marks : The opponent argued that the marks “address the subject of a joke in different directions – JOKER in the affirmative and NO JOKE in the negative – but both evoke the same concept”, making the marks “associative terms”. Thus, consumers will perceive the applicant’s mark as an extension of the opponent’s product line.

The Council was not impressed. “The opponent’s arguments amount to an improper dissection of the marks.” When comparing the marks as a whole, the board found them to be dissimilar. The marks have “distinctly different commercial connotations and impressions”.

NOJOKE is a recognized expression that emphasizes the truth of something potentially unbelievable and communicates an air of seriousness. In contrast, Opposer’s stylized, composite JOKER marks give the impression of a court jester, a comically silly clown. Thus, despite their common associative term, the meanings of these marks and the impressions they give do not share any similarity.

The Council concluded that “[t]The distinct fanciful design features of the Opponent’s composite mark are dominant and further avoid a likelihood of confusion. The Commission therefore ruled that the first Du Pont factor weighed against a finding of likelihood of confusion.

Conclusion: Considering the first Du Pont was decisive, the Commission rejected the opposition.

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UK taxpayer takes stake in cannabis products company through Future Fund https://langcreekbrewery.com/uk-taxpayer-takes-stake-in-cannabis-products-company-through-future-fund/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 18:00:35 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/uk-taxpayer-takes-stake-in-cannabis-products-company-through-future-fund/ The UK government has become a shareholder in a cannabis products company called Grass & Co, as well as a south London brewery and a Nordic yoghurt bar maker in its most recent investments as part of the Future Fund Covid-19 support program. Chancellor Rishi Sunak launched the Future Fund in May 2020 to help […]]]>

The UK government has become a shareholder in a cannabis products company called Grass & Co, as well as a south London brewery and a Nordic yoghurt bar maker in its most recent investments as part of the Future Fund Covid-19 support program.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak launched the Future Fund in May 2020 to help loss-making but fast-growing companies that needed equity funding to support their operations during the coronavirus lockdowns.

The program had a unique angle, however, offering these companies convertible loans that would turn into equity investments in the next fundraising round. It targeted promising tech companies that typically rely on raising venture capital funds.

But his funds have since been used by a wide range of businesses, from owners of Bolton Wanderers football club to a jazz-focused record store in north London. A number of companies have also gone into administration, risking taxpayers’ money.

On Thursday, the government revealed the latest 75 companies that converted loans into equity, bringing the total number of British taxpayer-owned companies to 337.

The Future Fund has issued 1,190 companies with convertible loan agreements worth a total of £1.14bn, meaning many more advances are expected to be converted into equity. Third-party investors were required to at least match the Future Fund’s investment.

Bolton Wanderers play Sunderland. League One side Greater Manchester are among the beneficiaries of the Future Fund © Isaac Parkin / PA

The most recent list includes Grass & Co, which makes cannabidiol health products, and Better All Round, a maker of products like the world’s first round kitchen towel. Other alcoholic beverage manufacturers were also included, such as Gipsy Hill Brewing Co. and Modern Contradiction, which makes alcoholic seltzer.

Other state-owned companies include Borrow A Boat, which provides boat rental services, BatFast Cricket centers and Nimble Babies, a manufacturer of child-friendly cleaning products. Carousel Ventures owns a company that makes underwear, including bras and “revolutionary gravity-defying tights.”

Other companies in the Future Fund’s portfolio include Epsilogen, a London-based developer of new therapeutic antibodies to treat cancer, and nDreams, a developer of virtual reality games.

The British Business Bank, which oversaw the program for the Treasury, said that by bridging future equity funding rounds, the Future Fund has supported businesses “through a period of considerable economic disruption and now the recovery “.

Ken Cooper, Managing Director, Venture Capital Solutions at British Business Bank, said: “As a shareholder in these businesses, the Future Fund is well placed to share in the benefits of their continued growth.

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Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market Size, Outlook and Forecast https://langcreekbrewery.com/membrane-filtration-for-food-and-dairy-products-market-size-outlook-and-forecast/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 21:53:05 +0000 https://langcreekbrewery.com/membrane-filtration-for-food-and-dairy-products-market-size-outlook-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States – This Membrane filtration for the food and dairy market The report has segmented the market based on application, product, geography, and other factors. This market report examines several key players and drivers impacting market opportunities, challenges, risks and developments. It also performs competitive analysis of the industry which brings major […]]]>

New Jersey, United States – This Membrane filtration for the food and dairy market The report has segmented the market based on application, product, geography, and other factors. This market report examines several key players and drivers impacting market opportunities, challenges, risks and developments. It also performs competitive analysis of the industry which brings major advantages to the major players in the market. The growth of the market is highly influenced by the essential factors described in this Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Market report. The global market in terms of revenue and size is going to be huge.

To better understand the market, it is very important to consider the opinions of market experts. This Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market report contains expert opinions. It is also divided into sections by type and sections by application. All types depict the production for the forecast period 2022-2029. Understanding all the sections will help you recognize the importance of the factors that effectively affect market growth. This market report provides insights on the major market players to know more about the strategies they are adopting in the market including new product launches, collaborations, mergers and acquisitions.

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This comprehensive report on the Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market helps to determine the gaps and issues faced by the dominant or new companies. It also provides information about the potential impact of the existing COVID-19 on the market scenario. The market report also covers all essential economic, financial and social factors relevant to the market and provides players with the data they need to make informed decisions. The Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market report is a combination of real information, quantitative and qualitative assessments provided by market analysts and contributions from industry players and experts from all over. the value chain. This market report also examines the impact of qualitative market factors on the geography and market segments.

Key Players Mentioned in the Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market Research Report:

GEA, SUEZ, Asahi Kasei, Axeon Water Technologies, Hyflux, Inge, DowDuPont, 3M, Toray, Pentair, Merck Millipore, Microdyn-Nadir, Veolia, Nitto Denko, Pall, Parker Hannifin, Membranium, Markel, Lanxess

Segmentation of the Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market:

By Product Type, the market is primarily split into:

• Reverse osmosis
• Ultrafiltration
• Nano-filtration
• Microfiltration

By application, this report covers the following segments:

• Fruit juice
• Soft drink
• Alcoholic beverages
• Brewing industry

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Scope of the Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products Market Report

ATTRIBUTES DETAILS
ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
REPORT COVER Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
BY REGION North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
CUSTOMIZATION SCOPE Free report customization (equivalent to up to 4 analyst business days) with purchase. Added or changed country, region and segment scope.

Geographic segment covered in the report:

The Membrane Filtration for Food and Dairy Products report provides information on the market area, which is sub-divided into sub-regions and countries/regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region over the estimated period.

• North America (USA and Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region)
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and rest of Latin America)
• Middle East and Africa (GCC and Rest of Middle East and Africa)

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