Spanish period – Disturb Media http://disturbmedia.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 05:38:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://disturbmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-6-120x120.png Spanish period – Disturb Media http://disturbmedia.com/ 32 32 Celebrate Tampa Bay’s Indian Heritage https://disturbmedia.com/celebrate-tampa-bays-indian-heritage/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 05:38:28 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/celebrate-tampa-bays-indian-heritage/ This sign that was once located in St. Petersburg’s Abercrombie Park offers an honest — and sad — explanation for what happened to many local seashell mounds. City of St. Petersburg At Thanksgiving, many Americans come together to express their gratitude and reflect on the past. They often remember this fall feast as part of […]]]>
This sign that was once located in St. Petersburg’s Abercrombie Park offers an honest — and sad — explanation for what happened to many local seashell mounds.
City of St. Petersburg

At Thanksgiving, many Americans come together to express their gratitude and reflect on the past. They often remember this fall feast as part of New England’s “First Thanksgiving” in 1621. Even if they don’t remember the details, they fill their plates with the food shared by Pilgrims and Indians in mind. .

Consider how this illusory story of expressing gratitude in a shared space was so remarkably different from a rebuttal that Governor Ron DeSantis voiced during the October 24 Governor’s Debate with Charlie Crist.

While discussing the need to accurately portray American history, DeSantis said, “You have people who teach — and in fact sound [Mr. Crist’s] running mate has said it in the past – that education in the United States was built on stolen land. This is inappropriate for our schools. That’s not true.”

DeSantis isn’t the first Florida politician — or the first person with an undergraduate degree in history — to misrepresent the legacy and significance of people whose ancestors lived here for dozens of generations before to be “discovered” as occupants of a “New World”.

Image of textbooks used in 4th and 8th grade "Florida" social studies classes.
Social studies textbooks that introduced 4th and 8th graders to Florida history.
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The Pilgrims and Indians story of a friendly communal fall feast passed down through generations does not accurately represent the tense interactions between the Wampanoag Indians, the rival Narragansetts and the Europeans who arrived and established Plymouth Colony .

Likewise, the story of the first violent interactions between the first Floridians and the Spanish conquistadors – followed by a second portion of diseases and massacres – differs greatly from the romantic tales we often remember about Juan Ponce de León in the search for a fictional fountain of youth.

Today, we know very little about the people who lived in the Tampa Bay area for thousands of years before Americans began celebrating Thanksgiving. Most of what we have learned comes not from historians digging into the archives, but from anthropologists and archaeologists who painstakingly analyze potsherds, shell tools and other relics.

The Uzita, Tocobaga, Mocoso and earlier cultures that lived in this area left no written records. Although the Aboriginal populations of Florida shared memories through oral traditions, we know little about their languages. Within 150 years of first contact, their populations dwindled and their stories went with them to the graves. Their ancestors live in the Seminole and Miccosukee tribes, along with other descendants of early Floridians who are not part of a federally recognized tribe.

Surviving sources describing early contact in Florida before the 1600s are mostly in Spanish and tell a biased and incomplete story. Pánfilo de Narváez, the first conquistador known to have visited the Pinellas Peninsula when he arrived in April 1528, had little interest in a friendly meal when he met. He wanted gold. Violence and hostility defined Hernando DeSoto’s visit to Tampa Bay in 1539.

Spanish records from this period often condemned people who had lived here for millennia as “pagans” or “savages.” The Spanish conquistadors also challenged the important role women played as leaders in many indigenous societies. When the first Floridians disappeared, incomplete and incorrect accounts began to form.

Postcard of a large shell mound that once existed in the Mound Park area of ​​St. Petersburg.

A large mound of seashells once existed in the Mound Park area near the hospitals south of downtown St. Petersburg.
Florida memory


Fix recording

Florida historians began to question the long-accepted “first Thanksgiving” narrative years ago. Initially, their efforts won few converts in Massachusetts.

In time, historians here persuaded their New England brethren that the real “First Thanksgiving” probably took place in 1565. After Pedro Menéndez de Avilés and the hundreds of Spaniards who sailed with him founded Saint -Augustine, some Timucuans participated in a common meal with these newcomers. Other historians have sought even earlier interactions between Indians and Spaniards in Florida as evidence of the original thanksgiving.

Florida now has a relatively safe claim to be the first state where newly arrived Indians and Europeans shared a meal in expressions of gratitude. If Puerto Rico gains statehood, however, this Caribbean island will take the honor from Florida. Ponce de León was governor of this island three times, twice before “discovering” Florida.

While Florida can take credit for placing at the top of the Thanksgiving line, our state still has a long way to go before it can take pride in offering a more complete and accurate account of Indigenous peoples. who have lived here for thousands of years. .

Monument in Abercrombie Park, Saint Petersburg.
A monument in Abercrombie Park honors John Abercrombie, the “Old South”, and mentions that he brought “former slaves” when he reached the Pinellas Peninsula, long after the Civil War.
James Schnur

names matter

In recent years, institutions at all levels — from schools and colleges to professional sports franchises — have removed offensive logos and mascots. Here and throughout Florida, we have the opportunity to take an equally responsible step by modifying or changing the names of certain places to express our gratitude to the first Floridians who came before us.

Many sites have disappeared. The mounds once found along Bayboro Harbor and the large mound that stood in the Mound Park neighborhood of St. Petersburg have disappeared. Crews took shells from mounds and middens in Big Bayou and near Abercrombie Park to pave the roads. While we cannot undo these acts, there are still local, county, and state sites that could be renamed or renamed to honor these early cultures.

Located at Park Street and 38th Avenue North, Abercrombie Park pays homage to John Abercrombie, an early settler who arrived in the 1880s. A plaque at the park notes that this site was dedicated to him “in homage to the memory of the Old South” after that this first doctor brought his family “and several of their former slaves”.

In a plot of land added to Abercrombie Park in 2015, the Kuttler Mound recognizes the family who were the last owners of a house built on part of a mound site in 1939.

Philippe Park at Safety Harbor, the county’s first park established in Pinellas, honors a man known as Pinellas County’s first white settler, someone who remains an enigma with much of his life shrouded in mystery.

A bird's eye view from the top of the mound at Madira Bickel Mound State Archaeological Site in Terra Ceia.
A bird’s eye view from the top of the mound at Madira Bickel Mound State Archaeological Site in Terra Ceia.
James Schnur

In Terra Ceia, just across from the Sunshine Skyway, Florida State Parks maintains the Madira Bickel Mound State Archaeological Site, named for one of the donors of the land in 1948 where this ceremonial mound is located.

These names must not disappear. Maybe they could share the space or define some of the land, with names that honor the Indians in the first place. To be fair, the interpretive panels at some of these locations — and at Weedon Island Preserve — now provide better context than they once did.

However, Florida can do more to honor these people by recognizing the spaces they once called “home.” Also, we should teach their history accurately, including the part about how the conquistadors and settlers occupied their land, and how events in American history such as the Seminole War and the Trail of Tears brought others to steal their land.

Sign placed at the original entrance to Philippe Park in Safety Harbor.
A sign commemorating Odet Philippe at the park’s original entrance to Safety Harbor, with inaccurate historical information, as it appeared in 1951. The sign still stands near the mound today.
Florida memory

Add context, not “undo”

Some in the cancel culture chorus may read this and blurt out the fake fake about how such an effort will “cancel” the memories of Abercrombie, Kuttler, Philippe and Bickel. There is no need to worry: their history and contributions must not disappear as so many indigenous languages, cultures and traditions have.

We can remember Abercrombie’s significance as the first physician in the lower Pinellas, while acknowledging the indigenous healing practices of those who lived near the mound long before the Kuttler family bought a house that once stood there. against this one. Perhaps we should even say a little more about why Abercrombie brought his “former slaves” to the area nearly 20 years after the Civil War ended.

That Philip shares the honor with the Tocobaga and others who built the mound in the park pays tribute to the people who created and sustained vibrant communities along the Pinellas Peninsula long before Philip established a plantation – with slaves – on this site.

Madira Bickel’s gift of land to Terra Ceia should not be forgotten, but if this mound truly represents one of many that once existed in the region, the site’s name should honor what little remains of a culture as so much of it is gone.

Kuttler Mound, located in Abercrombie Park in St. Petersburg.
Kuttler Mound, located in Abercrombie Park in St. Petersburg.
James Schnur

food for thought

As you express your gratitude on Thanksgiving and make plans to survive Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday, think of those who have gathered here for thousands of years.

Their autumn meals included fish and shellfish, perhaps collected in canoes. They ate berries, beans, fruits, squash and nuts. Later, they added corn to their diet. Stews and roast fish or game filled many bellies.

Give thanks for their stewardship of the land and for letting us enjoy it today.

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The key stats behind the Lionesses record in 2022 https://disturbmedia.com/the-key-stats-behind-the-lionesses-record-in-2022/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 08:41:40 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/the-key-stats-behind-the-lionesses-record-in-2022/ A trip to Spain’s Pinatar Arena saw England end a historic 2022 unbeaten and with a trophy under their arms. The Lionesses drew 1-1 in a friendly against Norway but that hardly paints the picture of their gargantuan year on the international stage. Football finally came home as the glass ceiling was shattered and thousands […]]]>

A trip to Spain’s Pinatar Arena saw England end a historic 2022 unbeaten and with a trophy under their arms.

The Lionesses drew 1-1 in a friendly against Norway but that hardly paints the picture of their gargantuan year on the international stage.

Football finally came home as the glass ceiling was shattered and thousands cried tears of joy.

As we prepare to close the chapter of 2022 and count the days until the World Cup, why not look back on England’s incredible year?

What have England achieved in 2022?

Since Sarina Wiegman stepped into her new role as the first-ever non-British permanent manager, she has yet to record a single defeat.

She opened her portfolio with the Lionesses in February after they became the first winners of the Arnold Clark Cup – the minor tournament that became the catalyst for England’s remarkable run this year.

After draws against Canada and Spain, followed by a thrilling 3-1 win over Germany, the Lionesses lifted the trophy at Molineux Stadium. In dramatic circumstances, Millie Bright finished the tournament as co-top scorer and shared the Golden Boot award with two-time Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas.

LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 31: Ellen White and Jill Scott of England lift the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 trophy after their team’s victory in the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 final match between England and Germany at Wembley Stadium on July 31, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

With their first trophy in three years won, England exuded confidence. Something about the team just seemed different, sharper and more determined.

The ultimate test to see if that was indeed the case came during the summer, and the team passed with flying colors.

After a couple of World Cup qualifiers and friendlies – which saw England go 27-1 on aggregate – the women were ready to avenge the Three Lions’ heartache at Euro 2020.

How did England win Euro 2022?

For some, England’s triumph at the European Championships may still seem like a dream, but their fairy tale run was real. The Lionesses ended decades of injuries by bringing home their first major trophy and the country’s first piece of silverware since the 1966 World Cup.

It was a home tournament. The perfect setting to make history.

England kicked off the competition on a freezing evening in Manchester and mist rolled in around Old Trafford at the start of the game against Austria.

A narrow 1-0 win was enough to secure victory, but it was ultimately a smokescreen for the Lionesses’ dominance.

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After the first match, England beat Norway 8-0 in Brighton and followed that up with a 5-0 victory over Euro debutants Northern Ireland.

The Lionesses topped their group without a single goal conceded, setting them up for a clash with Spain in the quarter-finals.

Anyone who watched this match will remember how nerve-wracking it was.

Spain took the lead after half-time and it looked like England were going to be heartbroken as they struggled to find a way past the Spanish defence.

But thanks to a last-gasp equalizer from Ella Toone and a Georgia Stanway winner in overtime, the Lionesses clinched their ticket to the semi-finals.

Ella Toone of England celebrates her goal against Spain at Euro 2022
BRIGHTON, ENGLAND – JULY 20: Ella Toone of England celebrates after scoring her side’s first goal in the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Quarter-Final match between England and Spain at Brighton & Hove Community Stadium on July 20, 2022 in Brighton, England. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

There, it was a whole different story. Knowing they were just two wins away from lifting the trophy, England beat Sweden in a surprising 4-0 win.

Sure, everyone knows what happens next, but who doesn’t love reliving that moment?

Just like the quarter-finals against Spain, the final against Germany was a real headache.

Toone was on the spot again with the opener, but Lina Magull salvaged one with just over ten minutes remaining.

For another period of additional time, a viral moment was born.

Chloe Kelly celebrates England's winning goal in the Euro 2022 final
LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 31: Chloe Kelly of England celebrates scoring the winning goal with teammates Lauren Hemp and Jill Scott during the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Final match between England and Germany at London Stadium. Wembley on July 31, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Chloe Kelly, who had recently recovered from an ACL injury, scored the winning goal in the 110th minute and a packed Wembley erupted in jubilation.

The shirt fell, the crowd screamed, history was about to be written.

It was a moment that will live forever in English history, in part because some fans literally tattooed Kelly’s figure on their skin.

Sweet Caroline screamed and the trophy was lifted, finally ending the country’s drought.

No less than 87,192 people showed up for the historic match, setting a new attendance record in both the men’s and women’s tournaments.

Video: Watch the best moments from England’s 2-1 win over Germany in the Euro 2022 final

How many goals did England score in 2022?

With two trophies in the cabinet and not a defeat in sight, 2022 has truly been the year of the Lionesses.

Thanks to world-class talent at both ends of the pitch, England’s goal ratio is something else to admire.

Since the first game of the year in February, Wiegman’s side have scored 72 goals in just 20 games. That’s an average of 3.6 per game.

During that time, they only conceded seven.

Sarina Wiegman speaks during the Euro 2022 celebrations in England
LONDON, ENGLAND – AUGUST 01: England Manager Sarina Wiegman speaks during the England Women’s Team Celebration at Trafalgar Square on August 01, 2022 in London, England. The England women’s football team beat Germany 2-1 in the UEFA European Women’s Championship final last night at Wembley Stadium. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

Beth Mead was England’s top scorer for the year with 13 goals, including all six she scored at Euro 2022. Her overall contribution during the tournament saw her bagging six goals and five assists in six matches, which earned her the Golden Boot and Player of the Tournament Award.

Mead became the first English player in history to win the double prize at the Euros or the World Cup.

Many goals were scored by other Lionesses during the 20 matches. Georgia Stanway scored ten goals during that span, Ella Toone contributed nine and Alessia Russo seven.

England star Beth Mead
LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 31: Beth Mead of England accepts the awards for the tournament’s top scorer and player after the final whistle of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 final match between England and Germany at Wembley Stadium on July 31, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images)

Who will England play against in 2023?

England will return to action in February 2023 for the second leg of the Arnold Clark Cup. The defending champions will face South Korea, Italy and Belgium.

There’s plenty of time between February and the World Cup in July for the Lionesses to announce international camps, but as of now nothing has been confirmed.

Next on the English schedule is their first game in Australia at the Sydney Football Stadium, where they will face Denmark in their first World Cup match.

You can find all the latest football news and exclusives here.

Quiz: How many of these iconic England national team moments do you remember?

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European equity futures mixed; cautious start to the new week https://disturbmedia.com/european-equity-futures-mixed-cautious-start-to-the-new-week/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 09:06:45 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/european-equity-futures-mixed-cautious-start-to-the-new-week/ By Peter Nurse Investing.com – European stock markets are expected to trade mixed at the open on Monday, starting the new week on a cautious note amid doubts over the region’s economic recovery. At 02:00 ET (07:00 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded down 0.2%, the FTSE 100 futures contract in the UK […]]]>

By Peter Nurse

Investing.com – European stock markets are expected to trade mixed at the open on Monday, starting the new week on a cautious note amid doubts over the region’s economic recovery.

At 02:00 ET (07:00 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded down 0.2%, the FTSE 100 futures contract in the UK fell 0.2%, while the CAC 40 term in France rose by 0.4%.

Major European indices followed their US peers up sharply last week, with the benchmark S&P 500 posting its biggest weekly gain in nearly five months, after US consumer prices rose less than expected in October. , raising hopes that the Federal Reserve will slow down its aggressiveness. monetary tightening campaign.

However, Fed Governor Christopher Waller tried to dampen that optimism on Sunday, saying markets shouldn’t get carried away by a single “data point.”

The Fed’s addition may consider slowing the pace of rate hikes at its next meeting, but that shouldn’t be seen as a “softening” of its battle against inflation.

Back in Europe, the European Central Bank still has some way to go before catching up with the magnitude of the Fed’s tightening, as inflation in the region continues to climb.

The United States could simply avoid falling into recession next year, thanks to a resilient labor market, Morgan Stanley analysts said, in a note, but Britain and the economies are unlikely of the euro zone are just as lucky.

“Risks are on the downside,” the bank said, forecasting the global economy to grow 2.2% next year, lower than the International Monetary Fund’s latest growth estimate of 2.7%.

Data due later on Monday is expected to show eurozone industrial production rose just 0.3% from September, significantly slower growth than the 1.5% rise seen the previous month. .

Attention will also be on the UK government’s new budget plan on Thursday, particularly after the car crash that made up September’s mini budget. British Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has indicated that around £60 billion (£1=$1.1837) in tax increases and spending cuts are filling a gaping hole in public finances.

When it comes to the corporate sector, there are few big business profits to digest, but Rheinmetall Inc (ETR:RHMG) will be in the spotlight after the German military equipment maker agreed to acquire the manufacturer ammunition company Expal Systems for 1.2 billion euros.

Oil prices fell slightly on Monday, returning some of the recent gains as the US dollar strengthened, making the commodity more expensive for overseas buyers.

Crude prices had rebounded strongly on Friday, posting gains of around 3%, after Chinese health authorities reduced the quarantine period for inbound travelers, raising hopes for a more substantial easing of the country’s zero-COVID policy.

However, the number of reported cases in China increased over the weekend, making it difficult for the country’s government to adjust its strict policy as winter approaches.

As of 2 a.m. ET, U.S. crude futures were trading down 0.4% at $88.61 a barrel, while the Brent contract was down 0.3% at $95.66.

Additionally, gold futures fell 0.2% to $1,765.65 an ounce, while EUR/USD traded down 0.3% to 1.0325.

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U.S. Army Vietnam veteran Thomas Cox and U.S. Air Force veteran Victoria Cox attended the event, saluting during the closing ceremony. https://disturbmedia.com/u-s-army-vietnam-veteran-thomas-cox-and-u-s-air-force-veteran-victoria-cox-attended-the-event-saluting-during-the-closing-ceremony/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 21:10:57 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/u-s-army-vietnam-veteran-thomas-cox-and-u-s-air-force-veteran-victoria-cox-attended-the-event-saluting-during-the-closing-ceremony/ Thomas and Victoria Cox both saluted during the closing ceremony of a Veterans Day celebration Friday morning outside the Midland County Courthouse. Thomas is an Army veteran who served in Vietnam and Victoria is an Air Force veteran. “I come every year (to the Veterans Day ceremony),” said Thomas, 77, who served in the field […]]]>

Thomas and Victoria Cox both saluted during the closing ceremony of a Veterans Day celebration Friday morning outside the Midland County Courthouse.

Thomas is an Army veteran who served in Vietnam and Victoria is an Air Force veteran.

“I come every year (to the Veterans Day ceremony),” said Thomas, 77, who served in the field artillery in Vietnam from 1968 to 1969. “We lost a lot of people (in Vietnam).”

Veterans Day is celebrated on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month each year, originally called Armistice Day in commemoration of the cessation of fighting in World War I. The name was changed to Veterans Day in 1954 to honor all veterans of the United States Armed Forces.

More than 100 people attended the 20-minute ceremony on Friday, which included two World War II veterans. After the laying of the wreaths at the memorial next to the courthouse, the keynote speaker was State Senator Jim Stamas, a veteran of the United States Army and Army National Guard.

In his remarks, Stamas said this year marks the end of 32 years of public service for him, beginning with his service in the military, during which he served at Arlington National Cemetery, and ending with his election to both the State House and the Michigan State Senate.

“I can’t think of a better place to say ‘thank you,'” Stamas told the crowd. “It was truly a privilege.”

Stamas congratulated his fellow veterans.

“Thank you for your service, your commitment, your sacrifice. Thank you for your willingness to sacrifice your life for this great nation,” he said.

“God bless Midland. God bless Michigan. And God bless the United States of America,” Stamas said during his closing remarks.

State Representative Annette Glenn also addressed those gathered, noting the selflessness of those who served in the armed forces.

“Your love and support is the backbone of this nation and must never be forgotten,” she said.

And Glenn urged citizens to serve veterans just as veterans have served their country.

“We have to keep our promise to our veterans. We have to let them know that they are never alone, never forgotten,” Glenn continued. “Our actions speak louder than our words. May our gratitude not be just for this day, but for every day.”

Hotel H provided space heaters and hot chocolate for Veterans Day celebration attendees. After the ceremony, Veterans of Foreign Wars Chemical City Post 3651 hosted a luncheon for veterans and the community, accepting voluntary donations.

Thomas is from Midland and was drafted into the military when he was 24 years old. He mentioned that Victoria’s grandfather accompanied General John J. Pershing during the Spanish-American War.

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Various key factors are supporting the Edible Nuts market growth such as the growing awareness about healthy lifestyles. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.4% by the end of 2031 – Future Market Insights, Inc. https://disturbmedia.com/various-key-factors-are-supporting-the-edible-nuts-market-growth-such-as-the-growing-awareness-about-healthy-lifestyles-the-market-is-expected-to-grow-at-a-cagr-of-8-4-by-the-end-of-2031-f/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 12:30:00 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/various-key-factors-are-supporting-the-edible-nuts-market-growth-such-as-the-growing-awareness-about-healthy-lifestyles-the-market-is-expected-to-grow-at-a-cagr-of-8-4-by-the-end-of-2031-f/ Future Market Insights Global and Consulting Pvt. ltd. Growing demand for herbal beverages is one of the major trends that is boosting the prospects of the edible nuts market. Key Players – Archer Daniels Midland Company, Diamond Foods, Inc., Olam International Ltd, Blue Diamond Growers, Mariani Nut Company NEWARK, Del, Nov. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) […]]]>

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Growing demand for herbal beverages is one of the major trends that is boosting the prospects of the edible nuts market. Key Players – Archer Daniels Midland Company, Diamond Foods, Inc., Olam International Ltd, Blue Diamond Growers, Mariani Nut Company

NEWARK, Del, Nov. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global edible nuts market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.4% between 2021 and 2031. Edible nuts are generally referred to as edible and dry fruits and seeds which are rich in food. These edible nuts are loaded with calories with various saturated, essential and monounsaturated fats. Some of the snacks made from edible nuts include Scroggins and trail mixes. Those who go hiking, outdoor excursions, and road trips might find these snacks quite comfortable.

Another use of edible nuts is in artisan crackers, yogurt, ice cream, pastries, etc. Plus, chocolates are unimaginable without edible nuts these days. Along these lines, Nestlé in September 2019 offered new Yorkie and KitKat chocolate bars across Ireland and the UK as part of the new range called ‘Plus’. These bars contain nuts, fruits, a higher proportion of fiber, protein and 30% less sugar compared to their counterparts. These chocolates are also offered in the current scenario. Chocolates would, in fact, hold the lion’s share of the edible nut market in the future.

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Developing economies are more inclined to incorporate edible nuts into their diets because they contain tocopherols, minerals, phytosterols, fiber, plant protein, and phenolic compounds. At the same time, the fact that edible nut processing techniques involve higher prices cannot be ignored. These techniques include extraction, clarification and conditioning.

Thus, small players can think before getting into the edible nut business. These factors may restrain the edible nuts market in the coming period. Future Market Insights has gone through these facts with insights in its latest market research titled “Edible Nuts Market”. Its indigenous team of analysts and consultants is there to serve the clientele.

Top Edible Nuts Market Takeaways

  • North America holds the largest market share due to the United States’ subjection to the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

  • In Europe, Spain and Mexico are in the lead. This could be attributed to the fact that edible nuts are an essential part of Mexican cuisine, including sweet dishes as well as savory snacks. Mexican pastry calls for hazelnuts. This one-seeded fruit has a shelf life of almost 2 years. It’s actually an ad-hoc thing. Spanish hazelnuts (Avellanas) are seen in Cholula (late October). They are used as constituents for cakes and cookies. In Sonora, they are found in sponge cake, better known as rosca de las abuelas.

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Competitive Nuts

  • Blue Diamond, in 2019, expanded its collection of edible almond nuts by introducing Fruit and Almonds as an exclusive take on the conventional trail mix.

  • Napa Nuts has partnered with The French Laundry, Marriot, The Culinary Institute of America, AirBnB, Mourad, and also to supply them with edible nuts directly.

  • Select Harvests in 2020 saw growing productivity momentum in the post-Covid era, with end customers proving to be more health conscious.

  • Borges Agricultural & Industrial Nuts is expanding its production line.

  • Select Harvests, in July 2018, signed a brand license and distribution agreement with PepsiCo Foods. The goal was to market and distribute its Lucky brand of seeds and nuts throughout China for 5 years.

“The health benefits of almonds, walnuts, cashews, and pistachios are appealing not only to the elite but also to the middle class, thus boosting the market,” says an analyst from Future Market Insights.

How about documenting the Edible Nuts market report?

  • The research study is based on variety (almond, cashew, hazelnut, peanut, pistachio, walnut and Brazil nut), by nature (conventional and organic), by type of product (raw, roasted, salted and glazed ), by form (whole, powder and fractionated), by end use (catering and household) and by distribution channel (supermarket/hypermarket, specialty stores, wholesale stores, mass grocery stores, etc.).

Edible nuts, due to the presence of micro and macronutrients, attract attention everywhere. As such, the global edible nuts market is expected to grow gracefully over the forecast period.

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Edible Nuts Market by Category

Variety

  • Almond

  • Cashew nut

  • Hazelnut

  • Peanuts

  • Pistachios

  • Nut

  • Others (Brazil Nuts)

Nature

type of product

  • Raw

  • Roast

  • Dirty

  • Others (glazed, etc.)

Form

End use

  • Restaurant industry

  • Housework

Distribution channel

  • Hypermarket/Supermarket

  • Specialty stores

  • Wholesale stores

  • Mass grocery stores

  • Online retail

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Contents

1. Presentation of the market

1.1. Taxonomy of the global edible nuts market

1.2. Global Edible Nuts Market – Introduction

1.3. Global Edible Nuts Market – Definition

2. Key trends impacting the market

3. Product Innovation / Development Trends

3.1. Marketers cater to millennials

3.2. Desirable Health Claims by Manufacturers and Brand Owners

3.3. Switch to natural ingredients from artificial products

3.4. Cultural customization to target specific populations and ethnic groups

3.5. Create new delivery mechanisms

3.6. Preferential inclination towards unmodified functional ingredients

3.7. Brand differentiation through packaging

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Market trends for tahini in the Middle East and the Mediterranean: North Africa is the third market with 16.8%, while Egypt is the most promising market in North Africa.

Market value of nutraceuticals in the Middle East and North Africa: The nutraceuticals market in the MENA region continues to focus on acquisitions and partnerships in order to penetrate new markets and improve the existing portfolio.

Beta-Glucans Market Forecast: The global Beta-Glucans Market is estimated at USD 1,200 Million in 2021 and is projected to reach a value of USD 2,108.8 Million by 2032, growing at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate ) by 5.8% throughout the assessment period.

Citrus Flavors Market Analysis: Future Market Insights research predicts that the global citrus flavors market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 4.9% during the forecast period. By 2032, the market value is expected to reach US$19.4 billion.

Growth of Sodium Reduction Ingredients Market: The global sodium reduction ingredients market has good traction in the market and its market value is estimated at USD 5,500 million in 2022.

Indian Gin Market Overview: Indian Gin Market revenue is expected to grow at a normal CAGR during the forecast period, primarily driven by the growth of the entire IMFL segment coupled with strong demand for white liquors .

Diabetic Food Market Demand: North America led the market, accounting for 37.5% of the overall diabetic food market.

Forage Seed Market Volume: With the growing demand for forage seed across different agricultural and cattle farms, the forage seed market is expected to witness growth throughout the forecast period.

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Spain overtakes Hungary for the title of world champion; USA takes bronze https://disturbmedia.com/spain-overtakes-hungary-for-the-title-of-world-champion-usa-takes-bronze/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 20:17:40 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/spain-overtakes-hungary-for-the-title-of-world-champion-usa-takes-bronze/ Final rankings:1. Spain2. Hungary3. United States of America4. Netherlands5. Italy6. Australia7.Canada8. New Zealand Price:Most Valuable Player: Rita Keszthelyi (HUN).Tournament Guardian: Martina Terre (ESP). Ranking 1-2 SPAIN 19 HUNGARY 18 on penalties (FT: 11-11. Pens: 8-7) European champions Spain can now add the FINA World League title to their roster after a stunning 20 penalty shootout […]]]>

Final rankings:
1. Spain
2. Hungary
3. United States of America
4. Netherlands
5. Italy
6. Australia
7.Canada
8. New Zealand

Price:
Most Valuable Player: Rita Keszthelyi (HUN).
Tournament Guardian: Martina Terre (ESP).

Ranking 1-2

SPAIN 19 HUNGARY 18 on penalties (FT: 11-11. Pens: 8-7)

European champions Spain can now add the FINA World League title to their roster after a stunning 20 penalty shootout victory over Hungary. It was a magnificent game, tied every number nine at 3-3 in the quarter, 6-6 at halftime and 9-9 at the final break. It was end-to-end action with Hungary taking the lead and Spain leading at four, six, seven and 10, moving to 11-9 before Hungary claimed the final two goals and the last beating. just the buzzer and a VAR decision just to make sure, thus forcing the shootout. If you watched the game backwards, you could spot some mistakes, like Spain’s inability to help the goalkeeper Martine Land – the best of the tournament – ​​by leaving it blocked with a defender, resulting in a three against one at 6-6, with one second remaining. Then there was Paula Leiton who was caught in a clutch at 5:29 into the final quarter and play was stopped for five minutes as VAR was used, sending first Leiton from the pool with a red card for fighting and then knocking him down. If that wasn’t dramatic enough for the packed Spanish crowd, there was a double shutout at 3:07, but Judith Forca scored a second straight goal soon after for 11-9. The crowd was delighted. So Dora Leimeter scored on an extra-man attack for 11-10. Shortly after, Hungary had a shot rebound and resumed at 0:13 and Greta Gurisatti struck in a shot from wide left and VAR used to determine he left the hand before the buzzer sounded. He did and the shooting happened. It was as excruciating for the players as it was for the spectators with Spain firing first and both having been stopped by the stoic Alda Magyari. Earth stopped the second and third Hungarian shots then 13 went past the goalkeepers before Gurisatti, the Hungarian heroine 15 minutes earlier, having seen her shot stopped a few millimeters from the crossing, according to VAR. Spain had won their first crown and would forever retain the trophy as the eventual winners of the World League before the World Cup would eclipse them for years to come.

match hero
So many, with forced and Leiton four goals each for Spain, but it was probably the tournament’s most valuable player, the Hungarian Rita Keszthelyi, who emerged the best in the water with five goals. She was tireless all week and, despite not scoring many goals earlier, stepped up when it was needed most. Her long career deserved a gold medal, but she should be happy with her efforts for silver.

Turning
At Gurisatti last-minute goal to force the shootout.

The stats don’t lie
Both teams converted six more goals with Spain on 10 attempts and Hungary on 13. The only penalty goal went to Hungary.

Conclusion
Spain have had an amazing journey under the head coach Miki Oca, the 1996 Olympic champion, since he took the reins and the team has achieved so much, especially this year after the disappointment of fifth place at the Worlds in Budapest and European gold in Split. Now Spain add a second World League medal, but this time it’s gold, to go with silver from 2016 and 10 Super Final appearances. Hungary go home with eight performances and three silver medals and that incredible victory over the United States the day before.

FINA power ranking before the event
Spain 2n/aHungary 3rd.

Rank 3-4

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 16 NETHERLANDS 15 on penalties (FT: 11-11. Pens: 5-4)
For the second time in 18 appearances, the United States won a bronze medal, which means that in the history of this event they have only missed one medal – fifth in 2005. By winning 14 titles and by finishing second once, the United States exits the competition as the top performing nation. Although it wasn’t gold today, the team showed what they could do and crushed a game against the Netherlands in a shootout by just one goal. The closeness of the game was such that it was tied seven times – one, two, three, seven, nine, 10 and 11. The Netherlands opened, but then had to catch the United States, trailing 6-3 then 7-4 at halftime. The Dutch made it 7-7 in less than three minutes before Jordan Raney sent in a brace for the final break advantage 9-7. Another three-goal push by the women in orange not only earned a draw when Lola Moohuijzen converted to extra-man attack, but also went ahead thanks to Maartje Keuning. Moolhuijzen committed a cardinal sin earlier in the match when she was ejected and then inexplicably returned to the pool as an illegal player, earning a penalty foul which USA converted for 2-1. She later made amends with her own penalty score en route to 10 goals for the tournament while celebrating her 18th birthday.e birthday. Raney and Bente Rogge goals exchanged and at 2:53, Rachel Fatal blown in the 11-11 equalizer, which led to the shootout. The Netherlands won the toss and the only shooter to save their shot was Marit van der Weijden, who made a great FINA debut at this location otherwise.

match hero
Raney scored six goals before today and sent five more in the game that counted and scored the final shot of the shootout rotation to win the game and claim the bronze medal. Goalkeeper Ashley Johnson made a crucial save for the United States in the shootout but made numerous others, including two consecutive snap saves earlier in the game, thwarting what should have been an easy Dutch scoreline.

Turning points
USA down from 3-3 to 6-3; Netherlands drop from 7-4 to 7-7; Raney making it 9-7, then the Netherlands move to 10-9. USA’s 2-1 in the final four minutes got the line through.

The stats don’t lie
The United States converted five of nine on an extra attack and the Dutch four of eight and there was a penalty goal apiece.

Conclusion
The United States has been the world’s premier nation for so long and the 14 World League crowns, one silver and two bronze in 18 appearances is unprecedented in world sport. The Netherlands come away with a silver and a bronze in eight outings and the thought “If only…” This could have been the second team to defeat the normally invincible North Americans at this tournament.

FINA power ranking before the event

United States 1stNetherlands 4e.

Rank 5-6

ITALY 13 AUSTRALIA 11

With a 9-4 lead two minutes from half-time, Italy were the deserved winners of this final encounter for the teams. It looked all over the place as Australia struggled to find decent shots and were blocked by the Setterosa. The quarter was 4-2 for Italy after being tied at one and two. Even though Australia slipped in the last goal of the first half, thanks to Mathilde Kearns in addition, four seconds from the buzzer, Italy was the team of the day. Then an unusual thing happened. The Aussie Stingers repeated their antics from the night before against Canada by winning the third period 5-1. Today it was 6-2, which gave another color to the match. Starting 9-4 in the previous quarter, the Stingers went twice three straight with the second stanza taking the game to an incredible 11-11 by the final whistle. It took two minutes to Dafne Bettini score on counter and captain Chiara Tabani drive and cross pass extra for the Italian score 13-11 at 5:06. Nothing either team did could bring another goal and Italy finished fifth.

match hero
Domatilla Picozzi scored three goals with a pair in the first quarter and a third to make it 10-7 in the third. Alice Williams watching the game with three goals for Australia and Bronte Halligan scored another pair for 14 in Tenerife.

Turning points
Italy from 2-2 to 9-4 then Australia from 9-4 to 11-11. Italy’s last two goals were the ones that really mattered.

The stats don’t lie
Italy scored four of nine from an extra attack and Australia three of nine. Claudia Marlette converted two penalties for Italy – 15 goals for the week – and Halligan one for Australia.

Conclusion
Italy has the experience this year with the World League, World and European Championships and it showed. Australia have played brilliantly in some games and need to string together more good spells ahead of Fukuoka 2022 next year. Italy exit the competition with four silver and one bronze while Australia come away with four silver and six bronze, second in total behind the United States.

FINA power ranking before the event
Australia 5eItaly 6e.

Ranking 7-8

NEW ZEALAND 6 CANADA 13

Canada picked up a second victory for the week and finished seventh. Their shootout victory over the Netherlands was heroic, but did not improve their position in the last four. Canada showed why they deserve to be in the top echelon of world rowing, edging the Kiwis 4-4 in the first quarter, moving to 7-4 at halftime and 10-5 at the final break. The Kiwis were kept almost scoreless in the middle quarters with the Maddie Quin goal at 1:44 the only relief. New Zealand equalized at one, three and four in an interesting first quarter that scored eight goals and none were on an extra player attack. These are all field goals, including three centre-forward losses. In fact, the first of three extra goals came halfway through the second quarter. It was that kind of match where the players had fun and played freely. Congratulations to Canada, whose 18 appearances in the World League Super Final alongside the United States of America is a record and has collected two silver medals – 2009 and 2017. For New Zealand, it s was a cameo performance with five games in his first appearance and received vital data for the following years.

match hero
Kyra Christmas was the undisputed star with four goals, scoring in four different ways, including a penalty. She scored 14 for the tournament. For the Kiwis, Emily Nicholson scored her team’s first three goals in the quarter, and 10 for the week, as she was well on the hunt.

Turning
The second, third and fourth quarters where Canada went from 4-4 to 13-5.

The stats don’t lie
In a game that gave few chances to attack from an extra player, Canada came out on top with two out of six while New Zealand won one out of seven. Canada converted both attempts penalty.

Conclusion
Canada were the superior team entering the tournament and had that glorious shootout victory under their belt. Canada have played more games on the world stage than the Kiwis in recent years and it showed.

FINA power ranking before the event

Canada 7eNew Zealand 8e.

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Getting the Latino vote in Arizona may no longer be a safe bet for Democrats https://disturbmedia.com/getting-the-latino-vote-in-arizona-may-no-longer-be-a-safe-bet-for-democrats/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 00:33:00 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/getting-the-latino-vote-in-arizona-may-no-longer-be-a-safe-bet-for-democrats/ PHOENIX – Latino voters make up 20% of Arizona’s electorate. It’s a significant number. Even though most Latinos are expected to vote Democrat by midterm, more and more of them are voting Republican. With statewide races so close, even a slight shift to the right could have a profound impact on Election Day. “Nosotras estamos […]]]>

PHOENIX – Latino voters make up 20% of Arizona’s electorate. It’s a significant number. Even though most Latinos are expected to vote Democrat by midterm, more and more of them are voting Republican.

With statewide races so close, even a slight shift to the right could have a profound impact on Election Day.

“Nosotras estamos listas para participar,” “We are ready to participate,” State Senator Raquel Teran, chairwoman of the Arizona Democratic Party, told Spanish-language media on Thursday. Party leaders were making a last-minute appeal to Latinos to come out and vote. “We’ve been at the gates since June 2022, on the phone, it’s not just a transactional relationship,” Teran said.

Latinos were once considered reliable Democratic voters, but in Arizona and nationally, there are signs that are changing.

Donald Trump won nearly 40% of Arizona’s Hispanic vote in 2020.

Most ever by a Republican presidential candidate in Arizona.

“The Latino vote has been elusive this election cycle. We see it in Texas and we see it in Arizona,” Marco Lopez said.

Lopez was a candidate for governor in the Arizona Democratic primary. Katie Hobbs wouldn’t argue with him. An insult Lopez says resonates today.

“The voter from the Latino community, the voter from the Native American community, the voter from the African American community all felt insulted,” Lopez said. “They feel insulted by the era of democratic parties. Because if you take these communities for granted for too long, someone with an option, with an alternative will come forward.”

Two prominent Latinos, former Diamondbacks player Luis Gonzalez and Olympic gold medalist wrestler Henry Cejudo have endorsed Kari Lake for the governorship.

The same goes for Catholic author, blogger and radio show host Jesse Romero. Romero broadcasts on 40 Catholic radio stations across the country from his home in Queen Creek.

Romero says social issues, like abortion, as well as political and economic issues, are driving Latinos away from the Democratic Party. “Hispanics are people of faith who love family. We’re people who start small businesses and we’re also people who’ve had horrible experiences with big governance,” Romero said.

A poll by the NALEO Education Fund reported that 55% of Latino voters said they plan to vote for Democratic candidates for Congress this year. That’s down from 70% in 2018.

Arizona Congressman Ruben Gallego isn’t buying it. Not in Arizona at least, where the average age of a Latino voter is 26.

“Let me tell you, it’s from the age of a 26-year-old when they start voting. I know a lot of them are at the moment. For different reasons, when they do, they don’t vote Republican.” said Gallego.

According to Voto Latino, 74.5% of Latinos in Arizona who have already voted this year say they voted Democratic. But the actual number of voters is down 20,000 from the same period in 2018.

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7 Mindsets Announces Education Industry Leader Mark Belles https://disturbmedia.com/7-mindsets-announces-education-industry-leader-mark-belles/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 13:45:00 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/7-mindsets-announces-education-industry-leader-mark-belles/ ROSWELL, Ga., Nov. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 7 Mindsets, a leading provider of K-12 social and emotional learning (SEL) solutions, today announced that Mark Belles has been named its new CEO. Belles succeeds 7 Mindsets founder and co-creator Scott Shickler, who will remain on the company’s board of directors and continue to provide insight […]]]>

ROSWELL, Ga., Nov. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 7 Mindsets, a leading provider of K-12 social and emotional learning (SEL) solutions, today announced that Mark Belles has been named its new CEO. Belles succeeds 7 Mindsets founder and co-creator Scott Shickler, who will remain on the company’s board of directors and continue to provide insight into the company’s future growth.

Belles is a well-respected, multi-time CEO with over 25 years of experience, the last 15 of which have been in the education technology and healthcare industries. His most recent roles include CEO of ContinuumCloud and CEO and board member of Inside Higher Education. He has also held leadership positions at education technology companies, Teaching Strategies and Blackboard. Belles comes to 7 Mindsets during a period of exponential growth and expansion within the edtech space.

“Mark has the leadership expertise and mindset to grow our business and maximize the positive impact and well-being that the 7 Mindsets can have on millions of students and educators. “Sickler said. “We are thrilled to have him join us at this pivotal time as we expand our program offerings to reach more educators, students, and communities.”

Belles’ career has spanned a range of businesses and industries with a demonstrated history of growing and scaling organizations. His solid expertise in general management and his success in increasing the overall performance of the company have enabled him to consistently exceed growth and revenue objectives. Joining 7 Mindsets, which focuses on the social and emotional health and well-being of students and adults, allows Belles to leverage her extensive background in education and mental health.

“I am thrilled to join 7 Mindsets and lead a company whose goal is to ensure that all learners (students, educators and other adults in the community) have the social and emotional skills necessary to succeed in their education and in life. life,” Belles said. “We have a tremendous opportunity to further expand our mindset-based learning platform to impact millions of teachers, students and families, and I look forward to joining the 7 Mindsets team and help grow our business and our impact in the community.”

The announcement of the new CEO follows more than a year of record growth for the company and a strategic investment from mid-market private equity firm Gauge Capital in late 2021. To learn more, visit https://7mindsets.com.

About 7 states of mind
Founded in 2009, 7 Mindsets is the only highly researched education company to provide mindset-based learning solutions proven to lead to happier, healthier, and more successful outcomes for educators and students. These comprehensive PreK-12 programs include a digital curriculum in English and Spanish, professional learning, adult SEL, progress tracking and assessments to ensure educators can easily and effectively deliver 7 mindsets in their classrooms of class. Proven to improve student engagement, behavior and academic achievement, 7 Mindsets has been implemented with over 5,000,000 students and educators in urban, suburban and rural districts of the 50 States.

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/74e8f9ca-f23c-43fb-9000-842c15d9efff

        
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Real Madrid U-turn informs Arsenal and Newcastle of star signing chances that would benefit both sides https://disturbmedia.com/real-madrid-u-turn-informs-arsenal-and-newcastle-of-star-signing-chances-that-would-benefit-both-sides/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 13:30:48 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/real-madrid-u-turn-informs-arsenal-and-newcastle-of-star-signing-chances-that-would-benefit-both-sides/ Marco Asensio, Pau Torres, Spain, August 2022 Credit: Alamy Real Madrid are reportedly planning a U-turn around Marco Asensio, who tells Arsenal, Newcastle United the fate of their pursuits. Asensio racked up 247 appearances for Real during his time at the club. Indeed, he has been part of some major triumphs for the Spanish giants. […]]]>

Marco Asensio, Pau Torres, Spain, August 2022 Credit: Alamy

Real Madrid are reportedly planning a U-turn around Marco Asensio, who tells Arsenal, Newcastle United the fate of their pursuits.

Asensio racked up 247 appearances for Real during his time at the club. Indeed, he has been part of some major triumphs for the Spanish giants.

During his time at Madrid, the striker won three Champions League titles and three Spanish league titles, among other accolades.

Indeed, he has been a successful player for the past six years. However, its role has not been constant throughout this period.

Out of the 167 La Liga appearances he made for Real, Asensio was introduced from the bench in 75. Moreover, the majority of his Champions League appearances have come from the bench.

This season, he has particularly struggled for playing time. Indeed, he has not yet started a match in the league, and has only done so once in the Champions League.

The form of strikers such as Karim Benzema, Vinicius Jr and Federico Valverde led to his role diminishing.

As such, it looks like he’s no longer an asset for Real to keep. Instead, they might see him leave the club and free up space for another player.

The decision of the Asensio contract is made

That being said, it was recently revealed that the Spanish giants not renewing the Spaniard’s contract. Indeed, with his exhaustion at the end of the season, he would be free to move to another club.

It will have made the happiness of people like Arsenal and Newcastle, which have already registered an interest.

Adding a player who has had success in one of Europe’s biggest teams would be a bonus for both of these teams. Moreover, Asensio is still only 26 years old and should have his best years ahead of him.

However, a real U-turn could put a damper on either of those plans. Spanish press briefing Ser Deportivos reports that Real are planning to offer the striker an improved three-year extension.

This is after Asensio turned down his latest offer, which is when Real’s reported decision not to renew his contract was taken.

There’s still time for the move to happen

There is still time for a move to one of the Premier League sides, or elsewhere, to happen. Considering his marginal role, Asensio could decide to leave Real Madrid anyway.

This would, of course, be a bonus for whichever side succeeded in trapping him.

Indeed, Arsenal’s pair of wings, Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka, are in excellent form. However, there isn’t much depth behind them in their positions.

Moreover, Arsenal are looking for an additional midfielder. Asensio’s signing could go a long way in solving both of these issues.

The Spaniard also seems the perfect type of player for Newcastle. Their upward trajectory of late has been as clear as day, with the Magpies currently in the Premier League’s top four.

However, they are not able to just pour money on huge players without Financial Fair Play regulations getting in the way.

As such, adding a quality player at no cost would be a great option, and Asensio would be a quality player to add to the best squad they’re slowly putting together.

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The French red kiwi has arrived https://disturbmedia.com/the-french-red-kiwi-has-arrived/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 12:10:59 +0000 https://disturbmedia.com/the-french-red-kiwi-has-arrived/ Pioneers in the cultivation of red kiwis in France, Vergers Cancel and Aurières Fruits have launched their marketing campaign. They intend to energize the kiwi section with their Red Passion brand. “The kiwi was one of the few products for which there was only one color and one variety. A few years ago, the yellow […]]]>

Pioneers in the cultivation of red kiwis in France, Vergers Cancel and Aurières Fruits have launched their marketing campaign. They intend to energize the kiwi section with their Red Passion brand.

“The kiwi was one of the few products for which there was only one color and one variety. A few years ago, the yellow kiwi arrived and it is now the turn of the red kiwis,” explains Maxime Gil, general manager of Vergers Cancel. From next week, the red kiwi, with a slight taste of red fruits, will be available everywhere in France until the end of December.

French production of this fruit is still in its infancy, but it should grow in the years to come. “For now, our own production will only last until the end of December/beginning of January, but with more volumes, the marketing period could last until March. For this season, we are going to complete our offer with red kiwis from Italy in order to extend the season and offer our customers a complementary origin alternative.

The Red Passion kiwifruit is linked to the Kiwi Passion consortium based in Italy and created in 2019. It brings together producers and retailers of Greek, Spanish, French and Italian kiwifruit.

A potential of 150 tonnes this year and 1,500 tonnes within 5 years
Jean-Michel Aurières was the first French producer to start producing red kiwis in 2018. He now owns 8 hectares cultivated under photovoltaic greenhouses. “It’s the largest plantation in France, and even in Europe, because it’s a large-scale and innovative project. We also have a second grower who harvested for the first time this year. »

Production is set to increase since the ambition is to reach 50 hectares planted within 3 years, with a potential of 1,000 to 1,500 tonnes of red kiwis within 5 years. This objective should be achieved thanks to the Kiwi Origine joint venture created in 2021 by Vergers Cancel and Jean-Michel Aurières. “We have implemented a plan to monitor varietal innovations and test them. Once the process has been validated, we deploy them to our 200 partner producers.

Kiwis Rouge Passion available in a cardboard tray

A kiwi that meets the expectations of consumers looking for a sweeter taste
With its colorful heart and notes of red fruits, the red kiwi has a lot to offer. “Visually speaking, the fruit is attractive and innovative. And its taste is also completely different: it is sweeter, less acidic, it melts more and also has a slight taste of red fruits and figs which makes it quite exceptional. This is exactly what caught our eye as the pretty visuals alone wouldn’t have been enough to get us started on a production.

According to Maxime Gil, this “exceptional taste” and this “catchy color” will allow the fruit to find a place of choice on the shelves. The red kiwi will appeal to consumers who prefer sweet products and do not like the acidity of the green kiwi. This was evident during the tastings, regardless of the age of the consumer. Everyone was unanimous on the taste. But the red kiwi also has other benefits because it contains twice as much vitamin C as its green counterpart and its taste does not suffer when overripe.

For more information:
Maxime Gil
Orchards Cancel
1 rue de l’Occitanie, ZI de Barrès 3
82100 Castelsarrasin
Telephone: +33 (0)5 63 04 82 13
orchards-cancel.fr

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