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/PRNewswire/ -- Smart kitchen appliances are premium appliances that are designed for comfortable and efficient operation as compared to the traditional appliances. The most significant advantage of smart kitchen appliances is the high energy efficiency over traditional kitchen appliances. Due to growing advancements in the kitchen appliances industry, the smart kitchen appliances market is expected to witness strong growth in the near future. Smart kitchen appliances are equipped with different sensors that facilitate easy operation for the users. In addition some of the smart kitchen appliances are designed with connectivity features that can connect to the other household appliances and also to handheld devices such as smartphones, tablets and others. Thus, users can operate their kitchen appliances remotely from their handheld devices thereby increasing the ease of usage of these appliances. The smart kitchen appliances market is majorly driven by the rising discretionary income of the people globally. Due to growing purchasing power, people tend to adopt luxurious goods thereby boosting the demand for smart appliances. Another significant factor fuelling the growth of smart kitchen appliances is the high advantages of smart kitchen appliances over traditional appliances. However, major factor hindering the market growth is the high costs of these appliances over traditional kitchen appliances. The global market for smart kitchen appliances is segmented on the basis of products, applications and geographic regions. On the basis of products, the market for smart kitchen appliances is segmented into smart refrigerators, smart dishwashers, smart ovens, smart cookware and cooktops, smart scales and thermometers and others. The others segment comprises smart kettles and coffee makers. Further, the global smart kitchen appliances market is segment based on the applications into residential and commercial applications. Furthermore, on the basis of geographic regions the market for smart kitchen appliances is segmented into. This report studies the current as well as the future market potential for smart kitchen appliances across the world. The market for smart kitchen appliances has been segmented into following appliances: smart refrigerators, smart ovens, smart dishwashers, smart scales and thermometers, smart cookware and others. The others segment comprises coffee makers and kettles. The market for smart kitchen. Source: news.sys-con.com
“Hold on to something,” Jim Tennant warned as he fired up his tractor. We lurched down a rutted dirt road past the old clapboard farmhouse where he grew up. Jim still calls it “the home place,” although its windows are now boarded up and the outhouse is crumbling into the field. At 72, Jim is so slight that he nearly disappears into his baggy plaid shirt. But he drives his tractor like a dirt bike. We sped past the caved-in hog pen and skidded down a riverbank. The tractor tipped precariously toward the water, slamming into a fallen tree, but Jim just laughed. When we had gone as far as the tractor could take us, Jim climbed off and squeezed through a barbed-wire fence. On the other side was a lush field teeming with crabapple and sycamore, and beyond that, the muddy trickle of water, known as Dry Run Creek, that has brought Jim’s family so much heartache. “This is what Dry Run looks like in the wet season,” Jim told me. “Summer grazing was in the hollow up there—before they destroyed everything, at least. The Tennant clan farmed the fertile patch of soil around the home place for more than a century. In the 1950s, Jim’s father ran off, leaving his wife to look after nine cows, two mules, one hog and five children. But the family got by, eating turtle and muskrat and peddling anything it could grow or forage—wild watercress and elderberries in the spring. ginseng and lima beans in the summer. hay and apples in the fall. Their West Virginia farm eventually grew into a 700-acre operation, with more than 200 head of cattle and enough corn to pack a 35-foot silo. Jim and his wife Della bought a house on an adjoining plot of land and swapped the outhouse for an indoor toilet. Then, in the early 1980s, DuPont, which ran a sprawling chemical plant called Washington Works in nearby Parkersburg, approached the family about buying some acreage for a landfill. The Tennants were wary of having a waste dump so close to the farm. But DuPont assured them it would only dispose of non-toxic material like ash and scrap metal, and so they agreed to sell. Shortly after the deal closed, Jim and Della, whose home abutted the new landfill, say their two young daughters started wheezing and hacking. Worried about the girls’ health, they moved to a house in town. But most of their relatives stayed, and Jim and Della continued hunting game and eating beef grazed on the farm. Della took her daughters’ Girl Scout troop there to. Source: highline.huffingtonpost.com
Ideal for bacon, the WOLL Diamond Plus Fry Pan from Frieling is a multi-layer cast aluminum cookware with a diamond-reinforced nonstick coating for outstanding release properties. Made in Germany, it works on any stovetop and is oven-safe up to 500
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Bilott requested more information on the chemical, which is often called C8 and is found in thousands of household products, including carpeting, Teflon pans, waterproof clothes, dental floss, kitty litter and cosmetics. In a letter to the FBI
Although Balan is quick to point out that “C8 [PFOA] is not really used directly in man-made items, but is often found in them in significant levels as an impurity or a byproduct of manufacturing.” A 2014 report commissioned by the European Food Safety
Moreover, a number of these products were also found to be made in other countries, such as Mexico, Germany and Canada. According to TINA.org, this practice of deception is an issue since “it’s no secret that patriotism sells.” In fact, TINA.org had ...