NEW YORK, July 28, 2020 / PRNewswire / – New Zealand King Salmon Co., whose fish adorns the tables of some of the best restaurants in the world, expands its offering in the US with a retail line of premium wood grilled salmon that provides a quick and easy way to turn ordinary food into elegant and healthy dining.
This pathway, Regal Wood Roasted King Salmon, features fast-roasted King Salmon fillets in four flavors including Wood Roasted New Zealand Beech and Double Manuka – roasted with Manuka wood and glazed with New Zealand the famous Manuka honey.
Flavors also include Wood Roasted Mixed Pepper & Spices and Wood Roasted Sweet Chili and Lime. Salmon comes in 3.5 ounces. package and sold in the supermarket fridge. Suggested retail price is $ 9.99.
Grilled salmon is now available at Amazon, as well as at the Safeway shop at Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC, and in a number of supermarkets and specialty retailers at New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Through September 30th, 10 percent of all Amazon sales will be donated to World Central Kitchen, a disaster relief organization founded by Chef José Andrés.
New Zealand The King – King salmon industry is the only salmon that grows in the country – in 2015 it was the first sea-grown salmon to receive the coveted Watch Bay / Aquarium Choice Aquarium Aquarium rating (recertified in January 2020).
Salmon can be served alone, cold or heated as a hors d’oeuvre or main dish, or used as a delicious addition to everything from salads, pasta to pizza and tacos.
Recipes, serving suggestions, and nutritional information are available at regalsalmon.com.
New Zealand King Salmon Co. is the world’s largest valuable producer King Salmon species, which make up less than one percent of the global salmon population. It has the highest natural oil content of all salmon varieties, which gives a tasty, elegant and rich yet light texture. The company raises its salmon in the waters of the pure and flowing Marlborough Sound above New Zealand South Island.
NZKS is also the largest salmon company in Indonesia New Zealand and it There is no king the salmon brand, sold almost exclusively to restaurants, is valued by top chefs including Daniel Boulud, Stephanie Izard, and Dominque Crenn.
Regal Wood Roasted King Salmon was launched in 2008 New Zealand in 2012 and has enjoyed strong sales growth at home. Michael Smith, Vice President of New Zealand King Salmon Co., North America, said US expansion was the next natural step, especially in these difficult times. “With almost all Americans cooking at home now, our Wood Roasted Salmon produces exceptional taste and quality with little effort.”
About New Zealand King Salmon Co.
New Zealand King Salmon is the largest aquaculture producer in the world for premium King salmon species. It operates under our four main brands: Kingra King, Regal, Southern Ocean and Omega Plus, as well as the New Zealand King Salmon label. It has been increasing and selling salmon for more than 30 years. The company currently employs around 500 people and has a continuing commitment to sustainable and environmentally sound agricultural practices. The salmon was raised without using antibiotics and is GMO free. New Zealand’s Regal King Salmon has attained the world’s leading Aquaculture Best Practices (BAP) certification from the Global Aquaculture Alliance and the salmon industry. The King of New Zealand received the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Green / “Best Choice” ranking in 2015, the first marine salmon cultivated to achieve this rating.
Springfield, mA (WGGB/WSHM) — the heat and humidity will continue today with another Scorcher expected! This is the warmest morning of the summer so far with temperatures ranging from 70-ies, and we will be back in the ‘ 90s times in the day with heat indices between 97-103 degrees.
Warm Tips remain in effect for the Central and Eastern parts of Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin County until 8 PM. In addition to the Air Quality to unhealthy levels of ground-level ozone remain in force for all in the County of Hampden and Central and East Hampshire County until 11 PM tonight.
We may see a few showers this morning, then a weak front will bring in this day an isolated shower or thunderstorm, but most will stay dry during the day. Best chance to see the storm will be Springfield and points East as the front will be a bit more active in Eastern Massachusetts that day.
The front will bring a little relief tomorrow. It will be a little less humid, but still warm tomorrow with highs in the upper 80’s to nearly 90. There is a chance for showers and thunderstorms Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 80’s. Drier air should move in the end of the week to go to next weekend.
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Natalie Panagarry joined Off The Court to discuss being selected as part of the Vitality Roses full-time program for the 2020-2021 season and said the “fear” of Australia and New Zealand had disappeared.
Captain Loughborough Lightning was announced as part of Jess Thirlby’s 24-man squad for the coming international season and will once again become a full-time athlete.
He is a member of the Tracey Neville squad for the 2019 Netball World Cup and made his 2016 international debut against Australia.
Lately, Panagarry has been undergoing a process of rehabilitation of a broken leg he suffered during the opening match of the Lightning Superleague Vitality Netball season.
Having suffered such an injury, and with all the netball being held now, the central midfielder was very happy to hear him enter Thirlby’s latest squad.
“I’m very grateful and grateful to be re-elected [for the Roses], “he said the latest episode from Sky Sports’ Out of court.
“It’s always been a dream, every year, to be selected for a full-time program. With my injury and not being able to perform, I’m grateful to be able to enter.”
Above the excitement of being elected, Panagarry and his full-time international colleagues have now seen a path to return to training.
It began with individual-based training at two Elite Training Centers in Bisham and Manchester on July 21 before continuing to training in Loughborough in early August.
With the significant impact of the coronavirus in the UK, the country’s elite netballers must watch their counterparts on the other side of the world race ahead of them in terms of domestic match play.
ANZ Premiership has returned in just under one month and Suncorp Super Netball has an expected start date of August 1. Although he could only watch others move forward, Panagarry did not believe the forced absence of Britain would obstruct the outfit.
“That’s something we have to face now,” he said. “You can see the other side of the world playing again and watch it with very jealous and envious eyes at this time!
“We have to come back as soon as possible and when we can start training, get that intensity. I have no doubt that we will be ready when the international season hopefully starts again.”
International netball schedules for 2020 and 2021 are currently on the air. The Roses are scheduled to take part in the Quad Series at the end of September and October, however, it was canceled.
Recently reported by Newshub in New Zealand, Pakis Perak may be in talks with England because of the new uncertainty surrounding the Constellation Cup against Australia.
But nothing has been confirmed by the governing body, Roses head coach Jess Thirlby said he was “hoping” his players would be able to play for England before the year is over.
Historically Australia and New Zealand have had a strong influence on Britain.
“When I started playing [for England] “There is something along the 50-goal line between people like Australia and New Zealand and us,” said former England coach Neville Sky Sports.
“All the time we try to reduce the deficit, we try to create threats and I try to be better as an athlete.”
A few years later, with Neville as head coach, the players moved to play their domestic netball in Australia and New Zealand and important wins occurred, deficits were reduced, and a shift in mindset occurred.
“Many of us, who have been on [Roses] The program, for the time being, will say that ‘fear’ is definitely gone, “Panagarry said.
“We can put our performances out there and get the win [over Australia and New Zealand]. The girls proved that at the Commonwealth Games and unfortunately, we were just out of luck in the semifinals at the World Cup.
“There are so many talents and so many young players who come that I really like.
“I am fortunate to have that experience and a bit of an older head to maybe guide some of those players. I think the future, what we have at Superleague and in the Roses program, is really interesting.”
“I think he likes the eagles. Jeffrey Lowery is a good friend of his, they have a connection”
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Jason Peters declined the offer better than what the Philadelphia eagles in order to return to Lincoln financial field this offseason, according to NBC sports the eagles insider John Clark.
Nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle should go from the team after he became a free agent at the end of the season, but he recently returned on a one-year contract worth up to $6m.
It comes after Brandon Brooks suffered a season ending Achilles tear, with Peters now expected to move on the right guard.
“Jason Peters is a proud man,” Clark said Sky Sports News. “He said he was going to be a left midfielder, if he comes back, but I think that he saw his proposals he had received, told me that he got one offer which was more money.
“$3 million for one year with the eagles, and with bonuses that could take it up to $6m. I think he loves the eagles. (Owner) Jeffrey Lowery is a good friend of his, they have a connection.
“When they saw that Brandon Brooks go down I think Jason Peters, who is not going to get the opportunity at left tackle, they have Andre Dillard, I think Jason said you know of the other options, the eagles the best chance to win and he likes lane Johnson.”
Peters never acted in on a permanent basis in his career, but will be near the three-time Pro Bowl tackle lane Johnson in what could be a formidable blocking Duo.
“It’s a big change,” added Clark. “I talked to the eagles striker from past years, tra Thomas and he said that it’s so hard to go from the left side to the right side, especially after ten-and-a-half games as a left midfielder.
“He said it would be like asking a baseball player to step up to the plate and go to the other side and hit him with the left hand. It’s going to be a problem, but I think Jason loves the eagles and saw that a situation where he could help.
“The most important thing is to protect Carson Wentz and keep it healthy. If he can stay healthy and perhaps get back to that MVP form, this team can win the division and do some damage.”
At present, there is an awareness that newness is on the horizon. This is the time for us to be more optimistic and positive when thinking about the future. The broad consensus is that he is brave enough to develop attractive product offerings. At this point, the instinct for disorder seems paradoxical. What is clear, however, is to rediscover the unexplored pathway and create new value during this great transition.
In 1868, American watchmaker and entrepreneur Florentine Ariosto Jones traveled from Boston to Switzerland and founded the ‘International Watch Company’ in Schaffhausen. His visionary dream was to combine sophisticated American manufacturing methods with the expertise of Swiss watchmakers to make the best pocket watches of his time. By doing so, he not only laid the foundation for IWC’s unique engineering approach but also built a production of centralized mechanical watches in Switzerland. In that sense the birth of business collaboration for brands.
Looking back over its 150 years of history, IWC Schaffhausen has developed a reputation for creating functional complications, especially chronographs and calendars, which are ingenious, powerful, and easy to use for customers. As a pioneer in the use of titanium and ceramics, IWC today specializes in highly engineered technical watch cases manufactured from sophisticated materials, such as titanium aluminide and Ceratanium®. Choose principle “Form follows function” more than decoration, the timeless creations of Swiss watch manufacturers realize the dreams and ambitions of their owners as they go through life.
In addition, IWC sources material responsibly and takes action to minimize its impact on the environment, creating an intrinsically sustainable watch that is built to last for generations.
That Orlebar Brown The brand was founded by Adam Brown in London after an invitation to a friend’s 40th birthday party in Rajasthan. Around the hotel pool, he noticed that the usually well-dressed group craved a desire when it came to the style of the men present, due to the selection of shorts, board shorts and boxer-style shorts on the show. When he changed to something more suitable for lunch, Adam realized that he wanted something that he could wear without limits for swimming and socializing. Eighteen months later, the first pair of Orlebar Brown shorts was sold.
As is the case with IWC and his watch, Orlebar Brown attaches great importance to the smallest details. Based on the traditional pair of men’s trousers, the Orlebar Brown swim shorts are made of 60 elements and are developed to feature a four-piece belt, zip fly closure and side fasteners that can be adjusted for perfect fit. Each pair is designed to suit the lifestyle of seamen, adventurers and dynamic explorers.
Paying homage to the company’s new partner, Christoph Grainger-Herr, CEO of IWC Schaffhausen, said: “IWC and Orlebar Brown are united by the passion they feel every day for workmanship, innovation and quality.
To mark the beginning of their collaboration, IWC has introduced the Portuguese Orronebar “Orlebar Brown” Chronograph Edition (Ref. IW390704). The stainless steel casing is complemented by a navy blue dial and a branded side fastener clasp, which features white and red accents, which are often used in the Orlebar Brown product range. Nautical chronograph with an elegant case proportion worn on a blue rubber strap with a textile inlay. Thanks to its robust design and waterproof 6 bars, this watch is perfect for action-packed adventures on the cruise ship deck or relaxing on the beach or pool. The caliber produced by IWC 89361 with the flyback function displays hours and minutes measured together on a sub-dial at 12 o’clock and has a 68 hour power reserve.
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Working together, IWC Schaffhausen and Orlebar Brown also designed nine collection of resort clothing “Capsule Collections”.
“Just like the Chronograph Portugieser Yacht Club, our collection combines timeless elegance and a love of adventure. During the design process, we were inspired by the Portugieser IWC, a watch family traditionally associated with the world of water, shipping and navigation. Our collection is aimed at men who have successfully navigated throughout their lives, and the ranks support the dynamic lifestyle of seafarers, adventurers and explorers with good design, reliable functionality, and the highest style,“Explained Adam Brown, founder of Orlebar Brown.
I recently had the privilege of speaking with Orlebar Brown Founder Adam Brown about his input and creative insights regarding the development of IWC collaboration, why this brand collaboration is important to him and why he believes that IWC customers will see how the two brands will see in their respective spaces -help!
Joseph DeAcetis: Talk to Forbes about your creative input and insights regarding the development of IWC collaboration?
The IWC collaboration came from a personal introduction from someone I know who is well acquainted with Chris Grainger & Christian Knoop. Chris & Christian came to visit us and we spent about 6 months getting to know each other. IWC has a very clear idea of what they want to do by watching Portugieser this year, so just to understand it. They have mood boards, they have pallets, and just see if we can work together and try and collect collaboration on Portuguese watches. I think with these things clearly the most important part is understanding the people who will work with you. I think we are all very busy, and just make sure you all will continue, and the collaborative process will be fun, all from the same place, we all understand each other, we are all clear that we want the same from him. So it takes several months. It was a fairly easy decision to agree to do this project. It feels very natural to Orlebar Brown. It was a series of meetings, telephone calls, video calls. Just A collaborative process of choice of color, fabric, watch and it’s on both sides. IWC has clear input into the Orlebar Brown collection and IWC allows us to provide clear feedback to the watch when you call it collaboration it has to be collaboration, can’t just make clothes for IWC and IWC makes Orlebar Brown watch. And it really was, it was a fun process that was very enjoyable during those months.
Joseph DeAcetis: Why is this brand partnership important to you?
Orlebar Brown is a small brand 12-13 years IWC has been going on for a long time – it must be about brand values. For any brand you can make as many products as you want, but in the end you are a set of values, you have confidence, you have specific DNA. The partner you choose to work with must have the value shared. If they don’t and have different values, then the partnership really won’t work. You should definitely take the two brands to a slightly different place where the brand is usually seen. Is it quality, has improvement, is it a love of shared exploration, is it about adventure. Both Orlebar Brown and IWC have a feeling of adventure, have a feeling of restraint, have a sense of perfection, but in a slightly different way. By uniting them there is the essence of both brands. They can be slightly challenged but also celebrated. The brand’s DNA values are very important and very important for this partnership.
Joseph DeAcetis: In your words, can you describe how it works with the prestigious and globally famous IWC watch brand?
The process is very fun. It feels very natural, there is nothing forced about this collaboration, it just feels very easy to do. I am happy to see what Orlebar Brown watches look like but also the chance to think about what if the IWC makes what their clothes look like. It’s kind of a very interesting thing to be able to take what Orlebar Brown does and see it with a slightly different lens. So in my words it’s really fun, good, fun, exciting; and it’s good to do something a little different from what you normally do.
Joseph DeAcetis: Explain the collection of IWC / Orlebar Brown capsules and how you feel will translate to consumers
The collection of Orlebar Brown IWC capsules starts with a watch. IWC began to be used with Portugieser watches, they came to us with a very clear feeling board. The collection that surrounds the watch instinctively is Orlebar Brown. Many fabric bases in the collection whether it’s towels, linen, cashmere, cotton; these are all things that Orlebar Brown has used but I think we have given it a little twist, it feels a little different, it feels a little smoother, it has elegance to it. The yacht club is definitely the place where this watch will be. Our Orlebar Brown resort has never really been to a really elegant yacht club, an improvement, there is maturity to it in a good way, in an interesting way. I think it will translate very well, I think it appeals to our customers and hopefully IWC customers just to see how the two brands will look in their respective spaces. How the IWC looks in the Orlebar Brown and Orlebar Brown environments within the IWC. It’s good for these things to just be seen in a slightly different way, and I think it’s interesting for our two customers to be part of it.