You don’t have to be a professional chef to know that the kitchen is the best place to be. And if you find yourself there most of the day whipping up delicious meals (and snacks), you probably know that you need to fill it with tools and products to help you achieve all your cooking goals.
From an anti-fatigue mat to keep your legs and feet from hurting while standing for hours to a KitchenAid mixer to make baking a breeze, we’ve rounded up some great tools, appliances, cleaning products, and more that will transform your kitchen and the way you cook.
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The global cloud kitchen market size is expected to reach USD 139.37 billion by 2028, registering a CAGR of 12.4% from 2021 to 2028, according to a new study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc. Digital disruption and technological innovations have popularized the trend of ordering food online and doorstep delivery. Increased efforts toward convenience, comfort, and quality of service have also helped the emergence of cloud kitchens. Additionally, changing lifestyles, especially of millennials
Voters in Ethiopia's Sidama region went to the polls a day late on Tuesday as officials counted ballots from other regions in an election marred by an opposition boycott, war and reports of irregularities in some areas. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed hopes the national and regional elections will show the success of democratic reforms he launched after being appointed by the ruling coalition in 2018. Authorities could not hold polls on Monday in four of Ethiopia's 10 regions including Sidama, where there were logistical problems, according to the election board.
The European Union is not intent on stealing business from the City of London, but future access for Britain to the bloc's financial market will hinge on whether it can be trusted to keep its word, EU financial services chief Mairead McGuinness said on Tuesday. Post-Brexit trading arrangements for Northern Ireland have created tensions, with Britain unilaterally delaying the implementation of some provisions in a protocol. McGuinness, Ireland's commissioner in Brussels, said the EU is waiting to see which path Britain chooses: sticking to obligations agreed when it left the EU, or continuing to act on a unilateral basis.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jun 22, 2021--Robocorp, the open-source process automation platform, has closed a $21M Series A investment round led by Canvas Ventures with participation from Benchmark, Uncorrelated Ventures, Slow Ventures, Firstminute Capital, Harpoon Ventures, Artisanal Ventures, Haystack Ventures and a host of angels in the intelligent automation and open source space. Additionally, Robocorp is releasing Robocorp Control Room, a self-managed automation orchestration platform for solutions int
Data: Company filings, CMS, Kaiser Family Foundation; Chart: Michelle McGhee/AxiosNational Medicaid enrollment hit a record 80.5 million this past January, as Congress provided extra funding for states to retain and sign up more low-income adults and children during the coronavirus pandemic.Between the lines: Because more states have outsourced their Medicaid programs to private health insurers, this pandemic-fueled growth also has been a boon for some of the largest insurance companies.Get mark
(Bloomberg) -- Michael Novogratz, founder and chief executive officer of Galaxy Digital, told the Qatar Economic Forum he is still a buyer of bitcoin and prefers the digital currency to buying gold.Earlier on Tuesday, the chief executive officer of Binance Holdings said the cryptocurrency market is still “pretty healthy” despite a recent selloff. Swiss Re Chairman Sergio Ermotti, meanwhile, called cyber risk one the biggest challenges facing companies, second only to the pandemic.The three-day e
Over the last 18 months, few sectors have been so challenged and had to adapt more quickly than health-care delivery and epidemiology. As the pandemic took over, hospitals were flooded to over-capacity with patients requiring special treatment protocols, while staffs scrambled to adopt heightened safety procedures overnight. Public health officials had to track the outbreak and issue safety directives while working with imperfect data. As the vaccines continue to roll out, there is not only hope of a return to normal but an opportunity to use the clinical and data-driven insights gained during the pandemic to improve health-care delivery and anticipate community health needs. Join us for a discussion of the trends shaping health care in the years to come.
A CDC advisory committee will meet Wednesday to evaluate the risk of heart inflammation in teens who get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, Axios' Marisa Fernandez reports.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Why it matters: Cases of heart inflammation are rare, but they've raised concerns among some experts and scientists — including some whose job it is to sift through those risks and recommend whether to authorize the vaccines for children younger than 12.Wh
If you had a birthday party during the pandemic, you may have increased your likelihood of catching the coronavirus, according to a new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Why it matters: It's well known that social gatherings help the coronavirus spread. But the study illustrates the limitations of government policies — such as closing restaurants, bars and schools — that reduce public gatherings but have no power over private ones.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic ins
Protest leaders have agreed to pause mass marches as hospital ICUs struggle to cope with surging coronavirus cases Cemetery and funeral workers lift a coffin containing the remains of a man who died of Covid-19, at Park Cemetery in Zipaquira on Friday. Photograph: Fernando Vergara/AP Marisol Bejarano, an intensive care unit doctor at El Tunal hospital in the Colombian capital, Bogotá, has watched people die – slowly and far from family – since the pandemic began. She has been at the frontlines a
In Haines, where the salmon once leaped under snow-capped mountains, a massive mining project promises well-paid jobs – and threatens a fragile ecosystem The Haines Cannery (Haines Packing Company) at Mud Bay Photograph: Ben Huff/The Guardian For 2,000 years, Jones Hotch’s ancestors have fished Alaska’s Chilkat River for the five species of salmon that spawn in its cold, clean waters. They have gathered berries, hunted moose and raised their families, sheltered from the extremes of winter by the
Mark Grenon says in interview from prison he gave Trump the product and was the source of Trump’s fixation with disinfectant At the press conference on 23 April 2020 Trump hailed chlorine dioxide as a potential cure for Covid, saying it ‘knocks it out in a minute, one minute’. Photograph: Juan Karita/AP The leader of a spurious church which peddled industrial bleach as a “miracle cure” for Covid-19 is claiming that he provided Donald Trump with the product in the White House shortly before the f