Home on 320± Acres in Big Spring, Texas set for Auction Announces Assiter Auctioneers

3 bedroom 2 bath home with a shop on 320 acres± in Big Spring, Texas

5306 County Road 3, Big Spring, Texas 79720

3 bedroom 2 bath home with a shop on 320 acres± in Big Spring, Texas

5306 County Road 3, Big Spring, Texas 79720

3 bedroom 2 bath home with a shop on 320 acres± in Big Spring, Texas

5306 County Road 3, Big Spring, Texas 79720

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own or invest in property that will meet your current or future needs”

— Spanky Assiter

CANYON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, September 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Assiter Auctioneers (www.assiter.com) announces the auction of a 3 bedroom 2 bath home with a shop on 320 acres± in Big Spring, Texas, on Tuesday, October 5 at 1 PM according to Spanky Assiter, president of the company.

“This property home will make an excellent investment property,” said Assiter. “Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own or invest in property that will meet your current or future needs.”

“The auction’s location, address and property highlights follow below,” noted Ryan Rickles auction coordinator.

Tuesday, October 5 at 1 PM — 5306 County Road 3, Big Spring, Texas 79720
Big Spring, Texas Home and 320± Acres
• 1,750± sq. ft., home w/3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport and metal roof
• 2,200± sq. ft., shop w/concrete floor
• 2 grain silos
• Covered parking
• Several out-buildings
• 3 High capacity irrigation wells
• Mature mesquite trees
• Park like setting
• Gated access
• Minerals do not convey.
• For additional details, visit www.assiter.com

Call Ryan Rickles (806.584.8954) or Assiter Auctioneers (806.655.3900) for more information or visit www.assiter.com.

The auction is open to the public and will be a live event with onsite bidding at 5306 County Road 3, Big Spring, Texas 79720. Additionally, live online bidding will be available for your convenience.

Assiter Auctioneers, based in Canyon, Texas, specializes in the sale of residential and commercial real estate, classic and collector cars, heavy equipment, trucks, vehicles, farm machinery and other assets including estate sales through live and online auctions.

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About Assiter Auctioneers
Assiter Auctioneers specializes in the sale of residential and commercial real estate, classic and collector cars, heavy equipment, trucks, vehicles, farm machinery and other assets including estate sales through live and online auctions. Headquarters in Canyon, TX, our highly experienced marketing staff and internationally award-winning auctioneers know that every auction is unique and conduct skillfully managed, highly professional events while ensuring that our clients receive the results they desire. Are you thinking of selling? For more information about Assiter Auctioneers, visit www.assiter.com or call 806.655.3900.

Ryan Rickles
Assiter Auctioneers
+1 806.584.8954
info@assiter.com


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South Georgia Amarillo TX Home set for Auction by Assiter Auctioneers

2801 James Louis Drive, Amarillo, TX 79110

2801 James Louis Drive, Amarillo, TX 79110

2801 James Louis Drive, Amarillo, TX 79110

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own or invest in property that will meet your current or future needs”

— Spanky Assiter

CANYON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, September 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Assiter Auctioneers (www.assiter.com) announces the auction of a well taken care of 2,104± sq. ft., 2 bedroom 2 bath home with a 2 car garage in Amarillo, Texas on Monday, October 4 at 5:30 PM according to Spanky Assiter, president of the company.

“This home will make an excellent primary residence or investment property,” said Assiter. “Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own or invest in property that will meet your current or future needs.”

“The auction’s location, address and property highlights follow below,” noted Ryan Rickles auction coordinator.

Monday, October 4 at 5:30 PM — 2801 James Louis Drive, Amarillo, TX 79110
2,104± sq. ft. home w/2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 living areas and 2 car garage
 Large living area w/wood burning fireplace & bonus living area; both w/new carpet.
 Bedrooms w/laminate wood floor & ceiling fans.
 Master bath w/handicap accessible shower. Hall bath has tile flooring.
 Formal dining w/new wood laminate floor.
 New Class4 roof.
 8X10 Tuff shed.
 For more information, visit www.assiter.com.

For information, call Ryan Rickles (806.584.8954) or Assiter Auctioneers (806.655.3900) or visit www.assiter.com.

The auction is open to the public and will be a live event with onsite bidding at 2801 James Louis DR, Amarillo, Texas 79110. Additionally, live online bidding will be available for your convenience.

Assiter Auctioneers, based in Canyon, Texas, specializes in the sale of residential and commercial real estate, classic and collector cars, heavy equipment, trucks, vehicles, farm machinery and other assets including estate sales through live and online auctions.

# # #

About Assiter Auctioneers
Assiter Auctioneers specializes in the sale of residential and commercial real estate, classic and collector cars, heavy equipment, trucks, vehicles, farm machinery and other assets including estate sales through live and online auctions. Headquarters in Canyon, TX, our highly experienced marketing staff and internationally award-winning auctioneers know that every auction is unique and conduct skillfully managed, highly professional events while ensuring that our clients receive the results they desire. Are you thinking of selling? For more information about Assiter Auctioneers, visit www.assiter.com or call 806.655.3900.

Ryan Rickles
Assiter Auctioneers
+1 806-584-8954
info@assiter.com


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Environment Conservation And Wildlife Organizations Market Trends, Strategies, And Opportunities In The Market 2021-2030

Environment, Conservation And Wildlife Organizations Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

Environment, Conservation And Wildlife Organizations Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

The Business Research Company’s Environment, Conservation And Wildlife Organizations Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, September 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to the new market research report ‘Environment, Conservation And Wildlife Organizations Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery’ published by The Business Research Company, the environment conservation and wildlife organizations market is expected to grow from $21.78 billion in 2020 to $22.18 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.8%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $28.41 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 6.4%. The growing concern on the extinction of species is driving the growth of the environment, conservation, and wildlife organizations market.

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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Ohio Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Best Mesothelioma Law Firm

Asbestos was used in the construction world for decades.

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Known companies with asbestos exposure in Ohio include, but are not limited to, Philip Carey Manufacturing Corporation/Rapid American, North American Refractories Company (NARCO), Republic Powdered Metals, Reardon Company, Dana Corporation, Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation, Owens-Illinois, Inc., Scotts Company, Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel, AK Steel Holding Corporation, LTV Steel, Ohio Cast Products, Stark Ceramics, Electrode Corporation, American Ship Building Company, Coleman Trucking, Inc., Railroad Friction Products Corporation, Republic Services/Allied Waste, Apex Manufacturing, National Cash Register Company (NCR Corporation), Kaiser Aluminum Fabricated Products, H&M Demolition Company, Hoerner-Waldorf Corporation, Laskin/Poplar Oil Company, Mansfield, Honey Creek Contracting Company, Weirton Steel, Kelsey-Hayes Company, Dayton Power and Light Company, Oberle Jordre Company, Monsanto Chemical Company, U. S. Cast Iron Pipe and Laundry Company, A. 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Green Industries, American Electric Power Company, American Forge and Machine Company, American Roll and Foundry Company, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, Bliss Company, Bormot Company, Brand Plastic, Brownflo Sicker & Comb Company, Canton Casting, Canton Die, Canton Drop Forging & Manufacturing Company, Canton Electric Company, Canton Electric Light and Power Company, Canton Forge and Axle Works, Canton Hughes Pump Company, Canton Laundry and Cleaning Company, Canton Light, Heat and Power Company, Canton Malleable Iron Company, Canton Saw Company, Canton Steel Company, Canton Steel Foundry Company, Carnahan Tin Plate and Sheet Company, Carnegie Illinois Steel Corporation, Central Alloy Steel Corporation, Cleveland Axle Manufacturing Company, Columbia Southern Chemical Corporation, Defense Plant Corporation, Diebold Safe and Lock Company, Merchants Heat, Light and Power Company, Medical Center Association, Ltd., Knight Tire and Rubber Company, Jones and Laughlin Steel Company, J. H. 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Campbell Manufacturing Company, Lunkenheimer Valve Company, Union Distilling Company, Celina Stearic Acid Company, Decatur Industrial, Inc., Mersman Brothers Brandts Company, Somers Corporation, Ohio Valley Electric Corporation, Champion Paper, Chillicothe Paper Company, Chillicothe Tire and Rubber Company, Malone Sewing Machine Company, Mead Corporation, Mead Pulp and Paper Company, Mead Straw Pulp Company, Southern Ohio Insulation Company, A. E. Burkhardt and Company, A. H. Pugh Printing Company, A. P. 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T. Williams Valve Company, Davis Tailoring Company, Debra-Kuempel Company, Drackett Company, E. Khan’s & Sons Company, EaglePricher Company, Millcreek Distilling Company, Meyer Huschart Packing Company, Maumee Chemical, M. B. Farrin Lumber Company, M. Werk Company, Lodge and Davis Machine Tool Company, Lane and Bodley Company, Kroger Grocery and Baking Company, Kodel Radio Corporation, Keene Corporation, Keebler Biscuit Company, Kaiser Agriculture Chemical Company, Jung Brewing Company, Julian and Kokenge Company, Jones Brothers Electric Company, John Stewart Electric Company, John Shillito Company, J. L. Ballinger, J. H. Day Company, J. B. Schaaf, J. A. Fay and Egan Company, Insulation Contracting & Supply Company, Indiana Michigan Electric Company, Indian Refining Company, Husman Snack Food Company, Huenefeld Company, Hudepohl Brewing Company, Hilton Davis Chemical Company, Herancourt Brewing Company, Herancourt Beverage and Ice Company, Henry P. Thompson Company, Henkel of America, Inc., Harkness and Cowing Company, H. H. Meyer Packing Company, Gulf Oil Company, Goodall Company, Globe Corporation, General Insurance Company, Gardner Board and Carton Company, French Bauer, Inc., Fox Paper Company, Formica Corporation, Fleischmann Company, Fischer Industries, Inc., Ferron Concrete Construction Company, Factory Power Company, F. L. Emmert Company, F. B. Morgan Power Company, Excelsior Laundry Company, Emery Industries, Inc., Electric Auto Light Company, Edwards Building Company, Eastman Kodak Company, Miller, Dubrul and Peters Manufacturing Company, Mobil Chemical, Multi-Color Corporation, National Lead Company, National Life Insurance Company, Norton Machinery Company, Ohio National Life Insurance Company, P. R. Mitchell Company, Patheon Pharmaceuticals, Paul Stewart and Company, Peck-Anderson and Peck Company, Pepsi Cola Bottling Company, Peters Cartridge Company, Plastics Molding Corporation, PMC Specialties, Inc., Pollak Steel Company, Post Publishing Company, Pilot Chemical, Power Building Company, Procter and Gamble Manufacturing Company, Queen City Supply Company, R. B. Brunemann & Sons, Inc., R. E. Kramig & Company, Radio Corporation of America, Rapid Railway Company, Red Top Brewing Company, Rich Ladder and Manufacturing Company, Ridgewood Steel Company, Royal Plastic Manufacturing, Inc., Rubel Baking Company, Sayers and Scovill Company, Schenley Distillers Company, Sears, Roebuck and Company, Signode Corporation, Sport Products, Inc., Standard Silicate Company, Stearns and Foster Company, Steinman and Meyer Furniture Company, Suburban Traction Company, Thomas Emery Sons, Inc., Trailer Company of America, Triumph Manufacturing Company, U.S. Shoe Corporation, Vulcan Copper & Supply Company, W. M. Powell Company, United States Printing Company, Union Central Life Insurance Company, Weir Frog Company, Western Electric Company, Wynn Oil Company and Witt Company.

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Wounded Healers Evolution Launches Wellness Workshop Series for Impacted Family & Friends in Loveland CO Area

Peer2Peer Workshop

Wounded Healers Evolution

CO Impacted Family & Friends

Wellness Workshop

Suicide attempt & loss survivors and impacted family members creating connection and empowerment at the same table

We have more in common than we think and have so much to teach one another”

— Cheryl Mlcoch

LOVELAND, CO, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Now more than ever there is a need a non-judgmental space for peer support for those who have experienced a suicidal crisis in one way or another. Suicide attempt survivors, suicide loss survivors and impacted family members further along the path (not in a current crisis) need a place to go for ongoing support to nurture their path to healing and improve the quality of their lives. Wounded Healers Evolution is setting up these workshops in the Loveland, Fort Collins, Windsor, Longmont, and Greeley to support and empower those impacted.

The premise is simple – if barriers can be removed, it can bring everyone together to one common, communal table. The conversation and workshop exercises can be uncomfortable at times, but it is long overdue to share and empower one another. There is typically more laughter than tears.

“We have more in common than we think and have so much to teach one another,” said Cheryl Mlcoch, the Colorado Coordinator for the workshops. The Impacted family & Friends Re-Energize & Re-Connect workshops were developed in Massachusetts in 2014, and are now available in New York, Missouri, Florida, Washington state, in addition to Colorado.

These wellness workshops have proven to help participants gain insight into each other's journeys in ways that are often described as “life-changing." They can collectively re-energize and re-charge your internal emotional and spiritual 'batteries' and then re-connect you with living life more fully while helping to save lives at the same time!

Participants need to be 18 and above and live in the Loveland, CO area. To register:

• RSVP Cheryl at cheryl@whevolution.com
• Meetings are every other Tuesday evening starting Sept. 14th
• Bring $5.00 (helps cover supplies)
• Bring your own pen or pencil
• Bring a mask (in case it is required for safety reasons)
• Invite a friend

Break the Silence. Suicide attempt survivors, loss survivors and impacted family members and close have so much to offer each other than most are aware. Please join us and empower others. #BeHereTomorrrow

WHO: Facilitator: Cheryl Mlcoch, LPC; Lived Experience Advocate; Colorado Coordinator for Impacted Family & Friends (IFF)/A Voice at the Table; Suicide attempt & loss survivor and impacted family member
cheryl@whevolution.com

WHAT: Peer2Peer workshop series to help those with lived experience Re-Energize & Re-Connect

WHEN: Every other Tuesday. Next session is 9/28/21 7pm – 8:30pm MT

WHERE: Loveland Athletic Club, 1000 S. Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO

HOW: RSVP to cheryl@whevolution.com

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Pet Food Ingredients Market 2021 Industry Key Trends, Demand, Growth, Size, Review, Share, Analysis to 2028

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The Global Pet Food Ingredients Market is expected to grow at a high CAGR during the forecasting period (2021-2028).

The Global Pet Food Ingredients Market is expected to grow at a high CAGR during the forecasting period (2021-2028).”

— DataM Intelligence

CLEVELAND, OHIO, UNITED STATE AMERICA, September 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Industry Dynamics
The Global pet meals aspect market is growing due to the increasing puppy possession charge and puppy humanization in advanced economies and elevating attention regarding pet vitamins and care in the developing areas.

Due to the converting own family shape, puppy humanization is turning into a popular trend within the developed regions like U.S, U.K, and Germany.

People are treating pets as their circle of relatives individuals and are not hesitant in making an investment in pet care & nutrients; this fashion is boosting the marketplace for puppy meals for you to robotically grow the need for puppy food elements market globally.

The growing fee of puppy adoption and humanization is increasing the Pet Care Market in the UK. Pet food is the biggest section of the Pet Care Market.

Thus, the growing call for Pet meals will demand greater delivery of pet food elements, thereby boosting the marketplace for pet food elements.

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Segmentation
By Ingredient Type
• Meat & Meat Products
• Vegetables
• Fruits
• Cereals
• Fats & Oils
• Additives
• Others
By Source Type
• Animal-based
• Plant-based
• Synthetic
By Pet
• Dog
• Cat
• Fish
• Others

Market Regional Share
The marketplace report is segmented through geography which includes North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World.

North America is the main vicinity for the consumption of Pet meals elements as a result of the growing trend for pet humanization and puppy adoption in nations like the U.S. And Canada. The pet possession rate is continuously growing in the U.S. Because of the changing family systems and lifestyles.

Also, the presence of the primary crucial players like ADM, J.M Smucker, Ingredion inside the U.S. Is propelling the market. These corporations are continuously increasing their manufacturing and investing in the improvement of the latest pet food solutions to cater to the want of the enterprise. All these factors are fuelling the boom of the pet meals components marketplace in the area.

Asia-Pacific is predicted to be the fastest-growing location. It is because of the high dog adoption costs in international locations like China and India.
The pet enterprise is presently booming in China and U.S.A. Has the most important canine and cat pet population in the world after the U.S. Whereas India has the quickest growing dog population in the world. The increasing population of pets has given upward thrust to the various small and medium corporations catering to the pet food demand, which is similarly using the pet meals element marketplace inside the area.

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Competition Size
Some of the key players in the Global Pet Food Ingredients market are Archer Daniels Midland Company, Koninklijke DSM N.V., J.M Smucker, BASF SE, Ingredion Incorporated, Roquette Frères, SunOpta, Darling Ingredients Inc., Cargill Inc., and DowDuPont Inc.

The market players are investing in the development of innovative & advanced solutions for the pet, which is also boosting the pet food ingredient market.

Related Topic's
Pet Food Extrusion Market, Pet Food Market, Organic Pet Food Market
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Entrex announces execution of the first “Carbon Offset Rights Agreement” establishing new asset for land owners

Entrex Carbon Market – New Logo

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Stephen H. Watkins - CEO of Entrex Carbon Market

Stephen H. Watkins – CEO of Entrex

Entrex announces the first “Carbon Offset Rights Agreement” believed to be the first Carbon Offset landholder agreement which can be assigned or sold;

A landowner can legally transfer title as a lienable and tradable Carbon Offset assets adding additional value to their properties”. ”

— Stephen H. Watkins

BOCA RATON, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Entrex today announces the execution of the first “Carbon Offset Rights Agreement” creating what is believed to be the first perpetual landholder agreement which can be assigned or sold; similarly to Land and Mineral Rights Agreements.”

“We believe this is a milestone for the industry creating a transferable, perpetual, carbon offset asset based on real estate and land ownership.” said Stephen H. Watkins, CEO of Entrex Carbon Market a majority owned subsidiary of Entrex (OTC: UNSS).

“As the Carbon Offset market evolves we realized that establishing standardization of the contractual underpinnings of carbon offset ownership is key. Now a landowner can legally transfer title as a lienable and tradable Carbon Offset assets adding additional value to their properties”.

“Watkins and his team at the Entrex Carbon Market have aggressively developed structure and standards to build and scale their leadership position in the sector. With the environmental focus of the Biden Administration it is clear that with sound legal underpinnings the sector can grow substantially while now providing a legal structure for the economic interests for those involved” said Paul D. Landrew, Chairman of UNSS (OTC:UNSS).

“As more real estate properties engage in our COPRe (pronounced COPPER) program the 1031 buyers needed to understand the legal underpinnings of the Carbon Offset Rights” said Tom Harblin, partner in the Entrex Carbon Market. “Establishing the standardization for the industry will help maintain our leadership position for both buyers and sellers – while creating a structure the buyers and sellers can rely on across the legal system.”

About Entrex:

Entrex (OTC: UNSS) was founded in 2001 as a capital market system for entrepreneurial companies. The company establishes regulatory-compliant, niche capital market systems which support regulated market constituents in originating, structuring, placing, trading, settling and servicing securities of entrepreneurial companies. Working together with industry leaders, Entrex platforms allow investors to find, research, track, manage, and trade entrepreneurial securities by geography, sector or commodity.

Forward Looking Statements:

This press release includes statements of the Company’s expectations, intentions, plans and beliefs that constitute "forward looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and are intended to come within the safe harbor protection provided by those sections. These statements, which involve risks and uncertainties, relate to the discussion of the Company’s business strategies and its expectations concerning future operations, margins, sales, new products and brands, potential joint ventures, potential acquisitions, expenses, profitability, liquidity and capital resources and to analyses and other information that are based on forecasts of future results and estimates of amounts not yet determinable. These also include statements relating to the anticipated benefits of the announced transaction between the Company and Entrex. These statements include any statement that does not directly relate to a historical or current fact. You can also identify these and other forward-looking statements by the use of such words as "may," "will," "should," "expects," "intends," "plans," "anticipates," "believes," "thinks," "estimates," "seeks," "predicts," "could," "projects," "potential" and other similar terms and phrases, including references to assumptions.

These forward looking statements are made based on expectations and beliefs concerning future events affecting the Company and are subject to uncertainties, risks and factors relating to its operations and business environments, all of which are difficult to predict and many of which are beyond its control, that could cause its actual results to differ materially from those matters expressed or implied by these forward looking statements. These risks include the Joint Venture’s ability to successfully pursue its business plan, the possibility that the Company’s equity interest in the Joint Venture may be diluted as a result of capital raises by the Joint Venture, the possibility that Entrex may have the right to repurchase the previously contributed assets for nominal consideration, the Company’s ability to develop and commercialize new technologies, the Company’s history of losses and expectation of further losses, its ability to expand its operations into blockchain technologies, its ability to develop or acquire new brands, the success of its marketing activities, the effect of competition in its industry and economic and political conditions generally, including the current economic environment and markets. More information about these and other factors are described in the reports the Company files with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including but not limited to the discussions contained under the caption “Risk Factors.” When considering these forward-looking statements, you should keep in mind the cautionary statements in this press release and the reports the Company files with the Securities and Exchange Commission. New risks and uncertainties arise from time to time, and the Company cannot predict those events or how they may affect it. The Company assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements after the date of this press release as a result of new information, future events or developments, except as required by the federal securities laws.

For further information:

Stephen H. Watkins
Entrex Carbon Market
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Commercial Seaweeds Market Worth USD 23.95 Billion by 2025 | CAGR 8.7%

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Commercial Seaweeds Market 2020 By Type (Red, Green , Brown ), Commercial Seaweeds Market: By Method Of Harvesting (Aquaculture , Wild Harvesting )

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The forecast period 2021-2025 is expected to show significant growth in Global Commercial Seaweeds Market. There will be a new resurgence in the sales and utilisation of Commercial Seaweeds product.

Our report studies global Commercial Seaweeds market and covers historical and forecast data for application, regional and country level.

Commercial seaweed is also known as marine algae which are microscopic grow in at the bottom of the sea and come in variety of colors such as red, green, brown and black. Seaweed rich in vitamin, minerals and fiber and contains anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-cancer properties. Seaweeds are widely used in food & beverage, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, agriculture industries. In agriculture seaweeds is used to increase yield and productivity of crops. It improves root structures and plant development like flowering, leaf & fruit development as well as enhanced ability to tolerate plant disease and climatic stresses, such as cold or drought. Furthermore, it improves soil structure, soil water holding capacity and improves soil microbiology. In cosmetics, seaweed extracts helps to improve tone, reduce wrinkle and rejuvenates ageing skin. Seaweed uses in gelling, thickening as well as it is good source for obesity, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and diabetes patients. In food & beverage industry seaweeds used for its hydrocolloid properties. Health benefits of seaweed are it helps to prevent risk of heart diseases, reduce weight, and strengthen bone.

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Commercial Seaweeds Market Top Players –

• Dupont De Nemours and Company
• Ocean Harvest Technology
• Seagreens
• SeaSnax
• Biostadt India Limited
• Acadian Seaplants Limited
• Brandt
• CP Kelco
• Cargill
• Incorporated
• Roullier Group
• Compo Gmbh & Co. Kg
• Gelymar
• Seasol International Pty. Ltd
• Aquatic Chemicals
• Algea AS
• Yan Cheng
• Pacific Harvest
• Chase Organics GB Ltd.
• Mara Seaweed
• CEAMSA
• The Cornish Seaweed Company
• Leili Group
• Irish Seaweeds
• Chase Organics
• GimMe Health Foods
• Others.

Along with these leading players, there are number of other small and mid-sized players who are coming with huge investment and innovative product launch in the Commercial Seaweeds market.

Commercial Seaweeds Market Segmentation –

By Type: Red, Brown, Green

By Form: Liquid, Powder, Flakes

By Application: Food & beverage, Animal feed, Dietary supplements, Pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics, Others

Regional & Country Analysis

North America, U.S., Mexico, Canada , Europe, UK, France, Germany, Italy , Asia Pacific, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, South America, Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, The Middle East and Africa, GCC, Africa, Rest of Middle East and Africa

Our new report discusses issues and events affecting the Commercial Seaweeds market.

The report covers discussions and qualitative analyses:
The strong growth of Commercial Seaweeds market
Trends toward Commercial Seaweeds market

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Table of Content

Chapter 1 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Summary And Quantitative Analysis

1.1 Report Description
1.2 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue Overview
1.3 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth (%) Rate, 2015- 2025

Chapter 2 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Overview And Qualitative Analysis

2.1 Executive Summary
2.2 Market Drivers
2.3 Market Restraints
2.4 Market Opportunities
2.5 Market Trends
2.6 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Swot Analysis
2.7 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Pest Analysis
2.8 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis
2.8.1 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Type
2.8.2 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form
2.8.3 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application
2.8.4 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Regional

Chapter 3 Competitive Analysis

3.1 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market
3.1.1 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), By Players 2018
3.1.2 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue Share (%), By Players 2018

Chapter 4 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: By Type

4.1 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Share (%), By Type, 2018
4.2 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), By Type, 2015 – 2025
4.3 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T1 ,2015-2025
4.4 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T2,2015-2025
4.5 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T3,2015-2025
4.6 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue Share (%), By Type, 2015 – 2025
4.7 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue Market Share (%), By Type, 2015-2025

Chapter 5 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: By Form

5.1 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Share (%), By Form, 2018
5.2 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), By Form, 2015 – 2025
5.3 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T1 ,2015-2025
5.4 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T2,2015-2025
5.5 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T3,2015-2025
5.6 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue Share (%), By Form, 2015 – 2025
5.7 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue Market Share (%), By Form, 2015-2025

Chapter 6 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market: By Application

6.1 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Share (%), By Application, 2018
6.2 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), By Application, 2015 – 2025
6.3 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T1 ,2015-2025
6.4 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T2,2015-2025
6.5 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion), T3,2015-2025
6.6 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue Share (%), By Application, 2015 – 2025
6.7 Global Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue Market Share (%), By Application, 2015-2025

Chapter 7 North America Commercial Seaweeds Market Analysis

7.1 North America Market Snapshot
7.1.1 North America Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2025.
7.1.2 North America Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2025
7.1.3 North America Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2025.
7.1.4 North America Commercial Seaweeds Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Type, 2015-2025
7.1.5 North America Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form, 2015-2025
7.1.6 North America Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application, 2015-2025

Chapter 8 Europe Commercial Seaweeds Market Analysis

8.1 Europe Market Snapshot
8.1.1 Europe Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2025.
8.1.2 Europe Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2025
8.1.3 Europe Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2025.
8.1.4 Europe Commercial Seaweeds Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Type, 2015-2025
8.1.5 Europe Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form, 2015-2025
8.1.6 Europe Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application, 2015-2025

Chapter 9 Asia Pacific Commercial Seaweeds Market Analysis

9.1 Asia Pacific Market Snapshot
9.1.1 Asia Pacific Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2025.
9.1.2 Asia Pacific Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2025
9.1.3 Asia Pacific Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2025.
9.1.4 Asia Pacific Commercial Seaweeds Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Type, 2015-2025
9.1.5 Asia Pacific Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form, 2015-2025
9.1.6 Asia Pacific Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application, 2015-2025

Chapter 10 Latin America Commercial Seaweeds Market Analysis

10.1 Latin America Market Snapshot
10.1.1 Latin America Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2025.
10.1.2 Latin America Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2025
10.1.3 Latin America Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2025.
10.1.4 Latin America Commercial Seaweeds Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Type, 2015-2025
10.1.5 Latin America Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form, 2015-2025
10.1.6 Latin America Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application, 2015-2025

Chapter 11 Middle East & Africa Commercial Seaweeds Market Analysis

11.1 Middle East & Africa Market Snapshot
11.1.1 Middle East & Africa Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue And Growth Rate (%), 2015-2025.
11.1.2 Middle East & Africa Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Country, 2015 – 2025
11.1.3 Middle East & Africa Commercial Seaweeds Market Revenue (Usd Billion) And Growth Rate (%), 2015 – 2025.
11.1.4 Middle East & Africa Commercial Seaweeds Revenue (Usd Billion) Overview, By Type, 2015-2025
11.1.5 Middle East & Africa Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Form, 2015-2025
11.1.6 Latin America Commercial Seaweeds Market: Attractiveness Analysis By Application, 2015-2025

Chapter 12 Competitive Analysis

12.1 Company 1.

12.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area And Its Competitors
12.1.2 Company 1. Total Company Revenue 2015-2018
12.1.3 Company 1. Total Company Revenue, By Segment Of Business 2015-2018
12.1.4 Company 1. Total Company Revenue, By Region 2015-2018
12.1.5 Company 1. Global Commercial Seaweeds Product Category and Description
12.1.6 COMPANY 1. Recent Activity 2015-2019
12.1.7 Main Business/Business Overview
12.1.8 Business Strategy
12.1.9 SWOT Analysis

12.2 Company 2.
12.3 Company 3.
12.4 Company 4
12.5 Company 5
12.6 Company 6
12.7 Company 7

Chapter 13 Market Research Findings & Conclusion

Chapter 14 Research Methodology

14.1 Research Process
14.2 Primary Research
14.3 Secondary Research
14.4 Market Size Estimates
14.5 Forecast Model
14.6 Who is This Report For?
14.7 USP’s of Report

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The MealBetix Lifestyle Introduces 100% Vegan Meal Plans For Everyone Of All Ages

The MealBetix Lifestyle | the last 100% organic lifestyle

The MealBetix Lifestyle | the last 100% organic lifestyle

Holistic Lifestyle | Holistic Diet | Holistic Lifestyle Plan

The Last Real Food On Earth Grown In The Last 100% Organic Soil

Holistic Lifestyle | Holistic Diet | Holistic Lifestyle Plan

Now is the time to start eating the last real food on earth, before it’s gone.

The MealBetix Lifestyle recognizes how polluted our soil has become and so now any vegan can eat 100% organic every day for less than the cost of fast food

Vegans need a truly raw vegan food source, especially in the very polluted environment we live in these days.”

— Dr Darren Wayne, aka The Food Guru.

SHERIDAN, WYOMING, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — MealBetix.com is a Holistic Lifestyle Company that is home to The MealBetix Lifestyle, which focuses on eating 100% Organic every day.

Founded in late 2020 by Food Scientist, Dr. Darren Wayne, aka The Food Guru, The MealBetix Lifestyle is the ultimate clean food lifestyle and therefore perfect for anyone wanting to improve their health without having to diet.

The MealBetix Lifestyle focuses solely on eating food that was grown in the last 100% Organic soil left here, in other words, is 100% clean, free from all pesticides, herbicides, artificial fertilizers and of course GMOs.

“After spending years searching for any soil that wasn’t contaminated, I finally found it, but just a little bit, and this is where The MealBetix Lifestyle was born.”
Pollution has contaminated everything around us, especially the soil, so just to find a little bit of soil left here that is still clean and pure, had been a very long and extremely arduous task to say the least.

And organic vegans need a raw vegan meal, sometimes raw vegan meal plans and of course raw vegan food, especially for anyone who thinks they cannot afford to eat 100% Organic every day. Since The MealBetix Lifestyle was launched, already thousands of people have started experiencing more health than they ever have before, and saving each person $300 or more on their monthly food bill even, plus saving them money on all their nutrition, too. (https://MealBetix.com)

What this means is that The MealBetix Lifestyle is not only very rare 100% Organic Food that is of course 100% GMO-free, but costs less than junk food! It’s hard to believe a 100% Organic lifestyle this healthy could ever cost so little, but The Food Guru does let food corruption raise the cost of 100% Organic, so everyone, no matter your income and no matter your location, The MealBetix Lifestyle can save you a lot of time and especially a lot of money.

And The MealBetix Lifestyle just launched the wholesale price, so you can now pay less than junk food to start The MealBetix Lifestyle. Imagine saving enough time each week not having to prepare and cook meals so you can start a hobby, and saving enough money on your food bill every month and save enough on your nutrition each year to take an island vacation! Plus feel your health improving daily! This is nothing short of a miracle, especially these days.

“We desperately need a truly clean source of real food that can help keep us healthy every day, before it’s gone forever. And this is what The MealBetix Lifestyle represents.”

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Bidding Set to Close on 3BR Home and 49.62+/- Acres in Frederick County VA Announces Nicholls Auction Marketing Group

3 BR/1 BA Home w/2 quality shop/garage buildings on 3.25 +/- acres  in White Post, VA (Frederick County) near I-81 and 66

2006 Fairfax Pike, White Post, VA 22663

49.62 +/- acres w/income producing home, pond & 2 bay shop/garage in White Post, VA (Frederick County) near I-81 and 66

2030 Fairfax Pike, White Post, VA 22663

The owners have entrusted us to market and sell this well maintained home and desirable acreage in Frederick County near Winchester, Virginia.”

— John Nicholls

FREDERICKSBURG, VA, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., (www.nichollsauction.com) announces the auctions of a 3 BR/1 BA Home w/2 quality shop/garage buildings on 3.25 +/- acres and 49.62 +/- acres w/income producing home, pond & 2 bay shop/garage in White Post, VA (Frederick County) near I-81 and 66 — Wednesday, September 29 according to John Nicholls, president of the company.

“The owners have entrusted us to market and sell this well maintained home and desirable acreage in Frederick County near Winchester, Virginia,” said Nicholls. “Make plans to take advantage of this rare opportunity to Bid Your Price and make a wise investment in these desirable properties and Make them YOURS!!

The properties are conveniently only 4 miles from I-81, 8 miles from I-66, close to all schools, and a short drive to Martinsburg, WV, Northern Virginia & DC,” said Josh Puffenbarger, Nicholls Auction Marketing Group auction coordinator.

Auction dates and times, locations, addresses and property highlights follow noted Puffenbarger.

Wednesday, September 29 at 2:00PM – 2006 Fairfax Pike, White Post, VA 22663
• Well maintained 3 BR/1 BA ranch/rambler style home w/basement
• 2 deeded adjacent parcels of 1.02 +/- acres (home) and 2.23 +/- acres (2 shop/garage buildings). Both parcels total 3.25 +/- acres and sell as one offering.
• The homes measures 1,496 +/- sf. on the main level and 987 +/- sf. in the basement, and features an eat-in kitchen (all appliances convey); den w/fireplace; large family room; office; attic; unfinished basement
• Detached 3 bay insulated garage/shop; detached shop/garage w/large garage door and attached open-air shed. Air compressor conveys w/shop.
• Visit www.nichollsauction.com for more information.

Wednesday, September 29 at 2:05PM – 2030 Fairfax Pike, White Post, VA 22663
• 49.62 +/- acres in 2 parcels of 47.31 +/- & 2.31 +/- acres (sold in its entirety)
• 3 BR/2 BA income producing home ($750/month on a month to month lease)
• The home, in need of some renovation/upgrades, measures 1,894 +/- sf., and features an eat-in kitchen; den/living room w/fireplace; dining room; attic; cellar
• Full width front porch; split rail yard fencing
• Detached 2 bay garage/shop
• Visit www.nichollsauction.com for more information.

The real estate auctions are open to the public. Brokers are reminded that pre-registration is required for compensation.

For more information, contact Josh Puffenbarger (540-421-5007) or visit www.nichollsauction.com.

Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., with over 50 years of auction superiority and over 200 years of combined experience, has been synonymous with excellence and successfully marketing and selling thousands of properties.

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About Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc.

Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., is a professional accelerated marketing firm specializing in the promotion and sale of real estate via the auction method of marketing. Headquartered in Fredericksburg, VA, NAMG has been serving the needs of the Mid-Atlantic region since 1968. The Nicholls team comprises world and state champion auctioneers, an award winning marketing staff, and sales percentages unmatched in the industry. For more information about Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., visit www.nichollsauction.com or call 540-898-0971.

Josh Puffenbarger
Nicholls Auction Marketing Group
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