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    Washington D.C., Jan 6, 2019 / 01:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- While the hustle and bustle of Christmas ends for many people on Dec. 26, throughout Christian history Christmas lasts for twelve days – all the way until Jan. 6.

    This feast marking the end of Christmas is called “Epiphany.”

    In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, Epiphany celebrates the revelation that Jesus was the Son of God. It focuses primarily on this revelation to the Three Wise Men, but also in his baptism in the Jordan and at the wedding at Cana.

    In the Eastern rites of the Catholic Church, Theophany – as Epiphany is known in the East – commemorates the manifestation of Jesus' divinity at his Baptism in the River Jordan.

    While the traditional date for the feast is Jan. 6, in the United States the celebration of Epiphany is moved to the next Sunday, overlapping with the rest of the Western Church’s celebration of the Baptism of Christ.

    However, the meaning of the feast goes deeper than just the bringing of presents or the end of Christmas, says Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo, a Melkite Catholic priest and founding executive director of the Virginia-based Institute of Catholic Culture.

    “You can't understand the Nativity without Theophany; or you can’t understand Nativity without Epiphany.” The revelation of Christ as the Son of God – both as an infant and at his baptism – illuminate the mysteries of the Christmas season, he said.

    “Our human nature is blinded because of sin and we’re unable to see as God sees,” he told CNA. “God reveals to us the revelation of what’s going on.”

    *Origins of Epiphany*

    While the Western celebration of Epiphany (which comes from Greek, meaning “revelation from above”), and the Eastern celebration of Theophany (meaning “revelation of God”), have developed their own traditions and liturgical significances, these feasts share more than the same day.

    “The Feast of Epiphany, or the Feast of Theophany, is a very, very early feast,” said Fr. Carnazzo. “It predates the celebration of Christmas on the 25th.”

    In the early Church, Christians, particularly those in the East, celebrated the advent of Christ on Jan. 6 by commemorating Nativity, Visitation of the Magi, Baptism of Christ and the Wedding of Cana all in one feast of the Epiphany. By the fourth century, both Christmas and Epiphany had been set as separate feasts in some dioceses. At the Council of Tours in 567, the Church set both Christmas day and Epiphany as feast days on the Dec. 25 and Jan. 6, respectively, and named the twelve days between the feasts as the Christmas season.

    Over time, the Western Church separated the remaining feasts into their own celebrations, leaving the celebration of the Epiphany to commemorate primarily the Visitation of the Magi to see the newborn Christ on Jan. 6. Meanwhile, the Eastern Churches' celebration of Theophany celebrates Christ’s baptism and is one of the holiest feast days of the liturgical calendar.

    *Roman Traditions*

    The celebration of the visitation of the Magi – whom the Bible describes as learned wise men from the East – has developed its own distinct traditions throughout the Roman Church.

    As part of the liturgy of the Epiphany, it is traditional to proclaim the date of Easter and other moveable feast days to the faithful – formally reminding the Church of the importance of Easter and the resurrection to both the liturgical year and to the faith.

    Other cultural traditions have also arisen around the feast. Dr. Matthew Bunson, EWTN Senior Contributor, told CNA about the “rich cultural traditions” in Spain, France, Ireland and elsewhere that form an integral part of the Christmas season for those cultures.

    In Italy, La Befana brings sweets and presents to children not on Christmas, but on Epiphany. Children in many parts of Latin America, the Philippines, Portugal, and Spain also receive their presents on “Three Kings Day.”

    Meanwhile, in Ireland, Catholics celebrate “Women's Christmas” – where women rest from housework and cleaning and celebrate together with a special meal. Epiphany in Poland is marked by taking chalk – along with gold, incense and amber – to be blessed at Mass. Back at home, families will inscribe the first part of the year, followed by the letters, “K+M+B+” and then the last numbers of the year on top of every door in the house.

    The letters, Bunson explained, stand for the names traditionally given to the wise men – Casper, Melchior and Balthazar – as well as for the Latin phrase “Christus mansionem benedicat,” or, “Christ, bless this house.”

    In nearly every part of the world, Catholics celebrate Epiphany with a Kings Cake: a sweet cake that sometimes contains an object like a figurine or a lone nut. In some locations lucky recipient of this prize either gets special treatment for the day, or they must then hold a party at the close of the traditional Epiphany season on Feb. 2.

    These celebrations, Bunson said, point to the family-centered nature of the feast day and of its original celebration with the Holy Family. The traditions also point to what is known – and what is still mysterious – about the Magi, who were the first gentiles to encounter Christ. While the Bible remains silent about the wise men’s actual names, as well as how many of them there were, we do know that they were clever, wealthy, and most importantly, brave.

    “They were willing to take the risk in order to go searching for the truth, in what they discerned was a monumental event,” he said, adding that the Magi can still be a powerful example.

    Lastly, Bunson pointed to the gifts the wise men brought – frankincense, myrrh and gold – as gifts that point not only to Christ’s divinity and his revelation to the Magi as the King of Kings, but also to his crucifixion. In giving herbs traditionally used for burial, these gifts, he said, bring a theological “shadow, a sense of anticipation of what is to come.”

    *Revelation of God*

    Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo explained to CNA the significance of the feast of the Theophany – and of Christ’s Baptism more broadly – within the Eastern Catholic churches.

    “In our Christian understanding in the East, we are looking at creation through the eyes of God, not so much through the eyes of Man,” Fr. Carnazzo said.  

    In the feast of the Baptism of the Lord, he continued, there is special divine significance.

    With this feast day, the pastor explained, “God has come to reclaim us for himself.” Because of original sin, he continued, humanity has inherited “a human nature which has been dislocated from its source of life.”

    Sin also effected parts of creation such as water have also been separated from their purpose and connection to God’s plan for life, Fr. Carrazzo said, because its original purpose is not just to sustain our bodies, but our souls as well.  

    “With the fall, however, it has been dislocated from its source of life, it is under the dominion of death- it doesn’t have eternal life anymore. So God comes to take it to himself.”

    “What Jesus did was to take our human nature and do with it what we could not do – which is, to walk it out of death, and that’s exactly what He did with His baptism.” As it is so linked to the destruction of death and reclaiming of life, the Feast of Theophany is also very closely linked to the Crucifixion – an attribute that is reflected in Eastern iconography of both events as well.

    The feast of the Theophany celebrates not only Christ’s conquering of sin through baptism, but also God’s revelation of Christ as his Son and the beginning of Christ’s ministry. “The baptism of the Lord, just like the Nativity, is not just a historical event: it’s a revelation,” Fr. Carrazzo said.

    To mark the day, Eastern Catholics begin celebrations with Divine Liturgy at the Church, which includes a blessing of the waters in the baptistry. After the water is blessed, the faithful drink the water, and bring bottles of water to bring back to their homes for use and not only physical but spiritual healing, he explained. Many parishes hold feasts after Liturgy is over. In many Middle Eastern cultures, people also fry and eat awamat – dough that is fried until it floats, and then is covered in honey.

    During the Theophany season, priests also try to visit each home in the parish to bless the house with Holy Water that was blessed at Theophany. Fr. Carrazzo invited all Roman Catholics to come and become familiar, “to be part of a family” and join in celebrating Eastern Catholic traditions.

     

    This article was originally published on CNA Jan. 6, 2017. Reported by CNA 8 hours ago.

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    Epiphany on 6 January is celebrated throughout Europe – with France’s ‘galette des rois’ cake, in Spain’s ‘cabalgata’ parade and in Italy’s broomstick-riding ‘Befana’ who brings presents. In Ireland, however, the day is known as Women’s Christmas. Reported by France 24 23 minutes ago.

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    Cagliari have had a bid for Nahitan Nandez accepted by Boca Juniors, lending credence to reports that Nicolo Barella is set to join Chelsea. Central midfielder Nandez could well be a replacement for 21-year-old Italy international Barella, who is said to be closing in on a £45million switch to Stamford Bridge. Boca president Daniel Angelici […]

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    Tom Mastrianni’s life passion for great food, great drinks and great times lead him to create “Wine And Dine with Mastro.” Episodes begin airing on Cablevision channel 1 starting January 9th at 7:30 AM with Episode 101 and 8:30 AM for Episode 102.

    SMITHTOWN, N.Y. (PRWEB) January 08, 2019

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    “Wine And Dine with Mastro” launches. The first four episodes are airing on Cablevision channel 1 starting January 9th at 7:30 AM with Episode 101 and 8:30 AM for Episode 102.

    Episode 101 – Italian Night
    Mastro makes his famous Penne ala Vodka, the secret of which has never been revealed until now! Enjoy the journey as he pairs this amazing dish with several different wines from Italy and California. Get your taste buds ready – you’re in for an Italian treat! Featured wines are Blindfold from the Prisoner Wine Company, Robert Mondavi Fume Blanc, Pelissero Langhe Nebbiolo.

    Episode 102 – Linguine with White Clam Sauce
    Mastro gets busy in the kitchen with an old time favorite – linguine with white clam sauce and homemade garlic bread. You can almost smell the aromas as he prepares this tasty dish and pairs it with wines from California and Italy. Featured wines are Jordan Chardonnay, Damilano Langhe Arneis.

    Episode 103 – Pot Pie
    Come join Mastro as he makes the ultimate cool weather comfort food – chicken pot pie! This warm and creamy delight will be paired with wines from California and New Zealand. It is sure to be a crowd pleaser! Featured wines are La Crema Chardonnay, Sunday Bay Sauvignon Blanc, Talbot Kali Hart Chardonay.

    Episode 104 – The Steak Show
    Come join Mastro as he makes some incredible steak recipes and pairs them with great wines. The tender filet mignon will have you wanting more! Featured wines are 1000 Stories Zinfandel, Cooper & Thief Red Blend, Borne of Fire Cabernet Sauvignon.

    Previous press releases:

    "Wine And Dine with Mastro" - Nominated "Best New Show" at the 2010 Tasty Awards
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    Mastro Attends Vino 2010 at the Waldorf Astoria and Finds His First “7” of the Year!
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    Wine And Dine with Mastro - Nominated “Best Drink & Beverage Program TV” at the 2011 Tasty Awards
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    ABOUT WINE AND DINE WITH MASTRO
    “Wine And Dine with Mastro” is the culmination of Tom’s passion for pairing great food, great drinks and great times. His mission is to show you how to put these three “Greats” together to create the Exceptional! Tom Mastrianni is an enigma... a rare combination of million dollar charm and raw magnetism. He infuses his powerful energy and incredible enthusiasm into everything, including creating his own "Mastro Scale” unique for rating wines; ranging from “Do Not Touch” to “Orgasmic.”

    His talents become evident with creations such as Au Bon Chicken, Pignoli Crusted Blackened Swordfish and his ever so popular Mastro Burger, all perfectly paired with great wines.

    “Wine And Dine with Mastro” is available now on the Roku channel.

    Tom Mastrianni
    Wine and Dine with Mastro
    Mastro Productions Inc.
    34 East Main Street, Ste 200
    Smithtown, NY 11787
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    ellen@mastroproductions.com
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    · Intesa Sanpaolo, a co-owner of AnalytixInsight’s FinTech affiliate Marketwall, plans to invest €2.8 Billion in digital transformation over the next three years.
    · Mobile is at the heart of the digital ecosystem and includes “Intesa Sanpaolo Investo” stock-trading app (developed by Marketwall).
    · Intesa Sanpaolo Investo app was successfully launched and facilitated 20% of customer trading orders in first month of deployment.

    TORONTO, Jan. 08, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Artificial Intelligence company, AnalytixInsight Inc. (“AnalytixInsight”, or the “Company”) (*TSX-V: ALY; OTCQB: ATIXF*) is pleased to report that Intesa Sanpaolo, a co-owner of AnalytixInsight’s FinTech affiliate Marketwall, has announced plans to accelerate its digital transformation as Italy’s first digital bank, and plans to invest 2.8 billion euros over the next three years to increase the bank’s digitized business to 70%.

    Marketwall, a developer of FinTech solutions, is a technology provider within Intesa Sanpaolo’s digitization initiative and developed the “Intesa Sanpaolo Investo” stock-trading app which was recently launched to Intesa Sanpaolo customers. Marketwall is 49% owned by AnalytixInsight, and 33% owned by Intesa Sanpaolo.

    Intesa Sanpaolo is a leading bank in Europe with 11.9 million customers, a network of approximately 4,400 branches throughout Italy, and has emerged as Italy's first digital bank. It was ranked as one of the three best digital banks in Europe according to the report “2017 European Online Banking Functionality Benchmark” by Forrester Research. Intesa Sanpaolo now reports 8 million multi-channel customers, of which 3 million are now using the Intesa Sanpaolo Mobile banking app with 56 million logins per month on the app alone, and 53 million mobile transactions with the app since the start of 2018.

    In a press release dated November 30, 2018 Intesa Sanpaolo announced a digital transformation roadmap, stating:

    “Mobile is at the heart of the Bank's digital ecosystem: the "app constellation" that is centred on Intesa Sanpaolo Mobile, provides access to banking services, financing, savings and is enriched with the new Intesa Sanpaolo Investo app that enables customers to independently invest and monitor their assets.

    The strategy for the future is in the digital channels which is in line with the objectives set out in the Business Plan: investments of 2.8 billion euro over three years to increase the Bank's digitised business to 70%.”

    Intesa Sanpaolo also provided the following update regarding the Investo stock-trading app (developed by Marketwall):

    *“Intesa Sanpaolo Investo: the new investments app*

    The latest addition to Intesa Sanpaolo’s app constellation is Intesa Sanpaolo Investo, an application dedicated to investments, that allows customers to trade securities in a simple, fast and informed way and to monitor their investment assets by means of a digital experience that is similar to that of a branch with its own manager.

    With Investo, customers have a wide range of information at their disposal which elevates the app to the level of the leading market players: customers can use the advanced search to navigate through thousands of listed securities; they can view a complete set of information including financial statement information, financial indicators, price history, advanced interactive charts and related news; they can create and manage virtual portfolios to simulate trading strategies and monitor their favourite securities with the watchlist. Customers can also activate widgets to view their preferred securities and important news reports, without having to access the app.

    Less than a month after its release in the app stores, the results are noteworthy: 20% of the orders placed by Intesa Sanpaolo's customers on the secondary market have, in fact, been placed with Investo.”

    The full version of Intesa Sanpaolo’s press release is available here, or at www.group.intesasanpaolo.com.

    * CONTACT INFORMATION: *

    Scott Urquhart
    VP Corporate Development
    Scott.Urquhart@AnalytixInsight.com
    Tel: (416) 522-3975

    *ABOUT ANALYTIXINSIGHT INC.*

    AnalytixInsight’s (AnalytixInsight.com) artificial intelligence platform transforms data into knowledge. AnalytixInsight’s financial analytics platform CapitalCube (capitalcube.com) algorithmically analyzes market price data and regulatory filings to create insightful actionable narratives and research on approximately 50,000 global companies and ETFs, providing high-quality financial research and content for investors, information providers, finance portals and media. AnalytixInsight holds a 49% interest in Marketwall, developer of FinTech solutions for financial institutions (marketwallcorporate.com). AnalytixInsight owns Euclides Technologies Inc. (euclidestech.com), a workflow analytics systems integrator.

    AnalytixInsight is a 2018 Venture 50^TM company (tsx.com/venture50).

    *Regulatory Statements *

    This press release contains “forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation. Forward-looking information includes, without limitation, statements regarding the growth of the Company’s business operations; the Company’s ability to spin out or monetize its interest in Marketwall, the relationship between the Company and Intesa Sanpaolo, the impact to Marketwall resulting from Intesa Sanpaolo’s plans, the use of the Company’s content by various parties; and the Company’s future performance. Generally, forward-looking information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “plans”, “expects” or “does not expect”, “is expected”, “budget”, “scheduled”, “estimates”, “forecasts”, “intends”, “anticipates” or “does not anticipate”, or “believes”, or variations of such words and phrases or state that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “might” or “will be taken”, “occur” or “be achieved”. Forward-looking information is subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity, performance or achievements of AnalytixInsight Inc., as the case may be, to be materially different from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking information, including but not limited to: general business, economic, competitive, geopolitical and social uncertainties; the Company’s technology and revenue generation; risks associated with operation in the technology sector; ability to successfully integrate new technology and employees; foreign operations risks; and other risks inherent in the technology industry. Although AnalytixInsight has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking information, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that such information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. AnalytixInsight does not undertake to update any forward-looking information, except in accordance with applicable securities laws.

    *Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.* Reported by GlobeNewswire 6 hours ago.

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    Dublin, Jan. 08, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Automated Feeding Systems Market by Livestock (Ruminants, Swine, Poultry), Function (Controlling, Mixing, Filling and Screening), Offering, Technology, Integration, Type and Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Row) - Global Forecast to 2023" report has been added to *ResearchAndMarkets.com's* offering.The automated feeding systems market is estimated to account for nearly USD 5.1 billion in 2018 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.6%, to reach nearly USD 7.4 billion by 2023.The market is driven by the increasing preference of farm owners to automate processes for reducing operating costs and losses associated with manual feeding techniques. However, the major challenge faced by stakeholders is the lack of standardization of feeding equipment and feeding lines. In addition, high capital requirement at the initial stage of installation may discourage small and medium-sized farms from automating the feeding process.

    On the basis of type, the automated feeding systems market is segmented into rail-guided, conveyor, and self-propelled feeding systems. The rail guided feeding systems segment is estimated to account for the largest share in 2018. These systems have gained popularity among farms, due to their durability and low maintenance cost. Currently, rail-guided feed wagons are witnessing a significant demand in the market, as it is possible to save time and achieve greater flexibility by using these systems, compared to conventional feed mixer wagons.

    Based on livestock, the ruminants segment is projected to record the fastest growth in the automated feeding systems market between 2018 and 2023. Ruminants are a source of milk and meat, and the quality of these products depends on the quality of the feed as well as the efficiency and preciseness of the feeding process.*Key Topics Covered:**1 Introduction*

    *2 Research Methodology*

    *3 Executive Summary *

    *4 Premium Insights*
    4.1 Attractive Growth Opportunities in the Automated Feeding Systems Market
    4.2 Europe: Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Livestock and Country
    4.3 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Integration, 2018 vs 2023
    4.4 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Type
    4.5 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Region

    *5 Market Overview*
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Market Dynamics
    5.2.1 Drivers
    5.2.1.1 Increasing Size of Dairy Farms
    5.2.1.2 Increasing Focus of Major Companies on Technological Advancements and New Product Launches and Developments for Livestock Management
    5.2.1.3 Increasing Consumption of Meat and Dairy Products
    5.2.2 Restraints
    5.2.2.1 Affordability of High Setup Cost By Dairy Farmers
    5.2.3 Opportunities
    5.2.3.1 Significant Growth Opportunities for Automated Feeding Systems in Developing Countries
    5.2.3.2 Rising Demand for Livestock Monitoring Services in Automated Feeding Systems
    5.2.4 Challenges
    5.2.4.1 Lack of Standardization of Automated Feeding Systems

    *6 Automated Feeding System Market, By Function*
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Controlling
    6.2.1 Controllers Witness an Increasing Use as They Accurately Weigh the Feed and Maintain Proper Feed Intake
    6.3 Mixing
    6.3.1 Automated Feed Mixing Equipment Helps in the Proper Mixing of Feed to Meet the Nutritional Requirements of the Livestock
    6.4 Filling and Screening
    6.4.1 The Filling & Screening Segment Dominated the Automated Feeding System Market During the Forecast Period
    6.5 Others

    *7 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Livestock*
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Ruminants
    7.2.1 The Ruminants Segment is Projected to Dominate the Automated Feeding Systems Market, Registering the Highest Growth Rate During the Forecast Period
    7.3 Swine
    7.3.1 The Adoption of Measures to Ensure the Production of Superior-Quality Pork in the Asia Pacific Region is to Drive the Market
    7.4 Poultry
    7.4.1 Growth in Demand for Poultry Feeding Systems has Increased, as They are Equipped With Innovative Technologies for Reducing Labor Costs
    7.5 Others

    *8 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Offering*
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 Hardware
    8.2.1 Hardware Systems Dominated the Automated Feeding Systems Market
    8.3 Software
    8.3.1 Software Systems Reduce Operational Errors, Resulting in A Higher Production Rate
    8.4 Services
    8.4.1 The Services Segment is Estimated to Grow at the Highest CAGR During the Projected

    *9 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Technology*
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 Guidance and Remote Sensing Technology
    9.2.1 Guidance and Remote-Sensing Technology is Widely Preferred as One of the Important Tools in Feeding Systems, as It Helps in Livestock Diet Optimization
    9.3 Robotics and Telemetry
    9.3.1 The Reduction in Labor Demand and an Increase in Cows' Feeding Activity Due to Automation are the Key Driving Factors for the Rise in Demand for Robotic & Telemetry Technologies in the Market
    9.4 Rfid Technology
    9.4.1 The Technology Provides Alternatives to Barcode Identification for Better and Effective Feeding of Livestock and is Responsible for the Rise in Demand in the European Region
    9.5 Others

    *10 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Type*
    10.1 Introduction
    10.2 Rail-Guided Feeding Systems
    10.2.1 Rail-Guided Feeding Systems Dominated the Automated Feeding Systems Market
    10.3 Conveyor Feeding Systems
    10.3.1 Conveyor Feeding Systems are Inexpensive and Require Less Maintenance
    10.3.2 Belt Feeding Systems
    10.3.3 Pan Feeding Systems
    10.3.4 Chain Feeding Systems
    10.4 Self-Propelled Feeding Systems
    10.4.1 The Market for Self-Propelled Feeding Systems is Projected to Grow at the Highest CAGR During the Forecast Period

    *11 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Integration*
    11.1 Introduction
    11.2 Integrated Automated Feeding Systems
    11.2.1 With the Rising Demand for Dairy Products, Globally, Dairy Farms are Adopting Integrated Automated Feeding Systems to Maximize Their Productivity
    11.3 Non-Integrated Automated Feeding Systems
    11.3.1 The Non-Integrated Systems Particularly Function as Independent System, Thereby Reducing the Cost of the Overall Automation of the Feeding Systems for Smaller Farms

    *12 Automated Feeding Systems Market, By Region*
    12.1 Introduction
    12.2 North America
    12.2.1 US
    12.2.1.1 High Awareness Related to the Efficient Use of Controlling Feeding Systems Drives the Market in the Us
    12.2.2 Canada
    12.2.2.1 The Increase in Large Farms, Along With Food Safety of Meat Products in the Country, is Driving the Growth of the Automated Feeding Systems Market
    12.2.3 Mexico
    12.2.3.1 The Key Factor Responsible for Market Growth in Mexico is the Increasing Awareness Among Farmers About Various Advantages Associated With the Automation of Feeding on Livestock Farms
    12.3 Europe
    12.3.1 Germany
    12.3.1.1 Significant Growth in the Feed Industry is Expected in This Region, as the Private Sector is Proving to Be More Efficient Than the Public Sector, in Terms of Providing Automated Feeding Systems Among Farmers
    12.3.2 UK
    12.3.2.1 Presence of Major Players in the Region is A Key Driving Factor for Automated Feeding Systems in the Uk
    12.3.3 Italy
    12.3.3.1 Italian Automated Feeding Systems Market is A High-Growth-Potential Market, as the Livestock Production in the Country is Also Growing With the Increasing Demand for Meat
    12.3.4 France
    12.3.4.1 Developments in Automated Feed Technology, Marketing Innovations, and Export of Innovative Feeding Systems Have Contributed to the Country's Increasing Demand for Automated Feeding Systems
    12.3.5 Spain
    12.3.5.1 Spain is an Emerging Market for Automated Feeding Systems, With the Increasing Preference for Meat & Dairy Products Boosting the Feed Market in the Country
    12.3.6 Rest of Europe
    12.4 Asia Pacific
    12.4.1 China
    12.4.1.1 Urbanization has Increased the Demand for Livestock, Leading to an Increase in Automated Feeding Among Farm Owners and Farmers in the Market
    12.4.2 India
    12.4.2.1 The Increasing Investment in the Indian Market on Automated Feeding Systems is Because It Helps to Provide Feed to Animals on Time and in Precise Intervals and Quantities
    12.4.3 Japan
    12.4.3.1 The Japanese Market for Automated Feeding Systems is Witnessing A Tremendous Surge Due to Extensive Demand for Meat and Poultry Products in the Domestic Market
    12.4.4 Australia & New Zealand
    12.4.4.1 The Demand for Pork, Beef, and Poultry Products has Gained Rapid Momentum in Australia & New Zealand, Encouraging Farmers to Use Automated Feeding Systems
    12.4.5 Rest of Asia Pacific
    12.5 Rest of the World (RoW)
    12.5.1 South America
    12.5.1.1 The Increasing Demand for High Quality Dairy Products and Meat in the Region has Resulted in Promoting the Growth of Automated Feeding Systems in the Region
    12.5.2 The Middle East
    12.5.2.1 The Increase in the Number of Livestock and Dairy Farms is Propelling the Demand for the Automated Feeding Systems in the Middle East
    12.5.3 Africa
    12.5.3.1 The Farmers in Africa Have Been Adopting Automated Feeding Systems in Order to Meet the Consumer Demand for Meat Products

    *13 Competitive Landscape*
    13.1 Overview
    13.2 Market Ranking
    13.2.1 Key Market Strategies
    13.3 Competitive Scenario
    13.3.1 Expansions
    13.3.2 Acquisitions
    13.3.3 New Product Launches
    13.3.4 Partnerships & Mergers

    *14 Company Profiles*
    14.1 GEA
    14.2 Delaval
    14.3 Boumatic LLC
    14.4 Fullwood Packo
    14.5 Trioliet
    14.6 Afimilk
    14.7 Lely Holding
    14.8 Sum-It Computer Systems
    14.9 VDL Agrotech
    14.10 Pellon Group Oy
    14.11 Dairy Master
    14.12 DaviswayFor more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4tkvb5/global_automated?w=12Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research.

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    IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 08, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ERC-USA and the University of California, Irvine have initiated treatment with the company’s investigational compound ERC1671, also known in Europe as Gliovac, which is in Phase 2 clinical trials in the United States, in a patient with aggressive brain cancer who did not qualify for the ongoing trial.  This patient will be treated under the Right to Try Law of 2017, which allows patients to undergo treatment with an experimental compound who may not qualify to participate in a registered clinical trial.  The law dictates that the compound must have successfully completed basic safety testing and be under the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing approval process.“We are gratified to have the opportunity to offer options for this aggressive cancer, as current treatment modalities have proven unsuccessful,” said Daniela Bota, M.D., Ph.D., medical director, UCI Health Comprehensive Brain Tumor Program and associate professor of neurology, University of California, Irvine School of Medicine.  “The Right to Try laws may be the only alternative for many patients who may not qualify for clinical trials based on a variety of factors, including progression of disease, comorbidities, existing medications, physical limitations and others.”

    ERC1671, also known as Gliovac in Europe, is an investigational cell-based vaccine currently in is currently in randomized, placebo-controlled Phase 2 clinical trials in the United States as part of combination treatment for glioblastoma multiforme and gliosarcoma.  Interim data have demonstrated it as a promising treatment for those who have exhausted other therapies. 

    The patient was diagnosed with recurrent glioblastoma (GBM), the most aggressive form of brain cancer, but did not qualify for enrollment in the ongoing trial of experimental therapeutic vaccine ERC1671.  As a result, the patient requested under the Right to Try laws enacted in California in 2017 to receive treatment with the vaccine.  Treatment with ERC1671 was initiated in late November 2018.

    “We appreciated the opportunity to provide an option for a patient with such advanced disease under California’s Right to Try act, which we believe is an important step forward in ensuring that all patients who may want to use this option would have access to medications that may prolong or improve their lives,” commented Apostolos Stathopoulos, M.D., Ph.D., president and CEO of ERC Belgium, parent company to ERC-USA. 

    *About ERC1671*
    The ERC1671 (Gliovac™) vaccine is an advanced immunotherapy based on freshly extracted tumor cells and lysates that stimulates the patient’s immune system to recognize and reject cancer cells.  The vaccine contains a combination of autologous tumor cells, and allogeneic tumor cells, generated from the glioma tumor tissues of three different donor cancer patients, and the lysates of all of these cells. Upon injection, this mixture stimulates the patient’s immune system to mount an immune response against the tumor cells, which may lead to their destruction. 

    Gliovac/ERC1671 is for patients suffering from a grade IV glioma (glioblastoma multiforme and gliosarcoma) when all other traditional treatments have failed.  Further studies will target patients with newly diagnosed glioma with predictive marker indicating, unresponsiveness to Temozolomide chemotherapy (MGMT gene promoter unmethylation).

    ERC1671 is currently in randomized, placebo-controlled Phase 2 clinical trials in the United States as part of combination treatment for glioblastoma multiforme and gliosarcoma.

    *About ERC-USA*
    ERC-USA is a subsidiary of Epitopoietic Research Corporation (ERC-Belgium SA), a clinical stage emerging Biopharmaceutical Company developing a safe, highly effective approach for the treatment of cancer, particularly cancers of the brain. ERC has built a network of leading neuro-oncologists in several countries in the world, among others in the US and Europe to propel its immunotherapies through clinical development and to market. ERC’s regimen of therapeutic vaccines has shown early promise in patients suffering from recurrent Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the deadliest of brain cancers.

    The company’s therapeutic approach can be potentially applied to many other types of solid cancers. Based in Belgium with subsidiaries in the U.S.A., Canada, Italy, Australia and an international presence throughout country specific agreements within Europe, and Latin America.  To learn more, please visit http://erc-immunotherapy.com.

    Contact:
    Jules Abraham
    JQA Partners, Inc.
    917-885-7378
    jabraham@jqapartners.com Reported by GlobeNewswire 4 hours ago.

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    DGAP-News: Qingdao Haier Co.,Ltd. / Key word(s): Acquisition

    08.01.2019 / 16:16
    The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.
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    Qingdao, China/Brugherio, Italy - January 8, 2019 - Qingdao Haier Co., Ltd. (Shanghai 600690, Frankfurt ISIN CNE1000031C1, "Qingdao Haier", "Haier" or the "Company") has completed the acquisition of Candy S.p.A ("Candy"). Candy is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qingdao Haier.

    The celebration at Candy's premises in Brugherio, led by Qingdao Haier Chairman, Haishan Liang, and Haier Europe CEO, Yannick Fierling, together with Beppe and Aldo Fumagalli, marks the importance of Candy's integration into Haier as Haier's operations platform for the European market and headquarters of Haier Europe. From today, Yannick Fierling, in his role of CEO of Haier Europe, will also lead the operations of the former Candy Hoover Group.

    The aggregated volumes of Haier and Candy groups in 2018 represent a global market share of 15.1% on major appliances, 22.7% on freestanding refrigeration appliances and 19.8% in home laundry appliances (according to Euromonitor data). Combined revenue ranks fifth in Western Europe and aims to enter the top three by 2022.

    The acquisition perfectly fits into Haier's strategy to attain a leading position in all regions across the world. The acquisition will benefit from the high complementarity of Haier and Candy's brand portfolios and product platforms in covering all market segments in terms of pricing and product offering, and in providing sustainable home-living solutions to European and global customers. Candy's brands, including Candy, Hoover and Rosières, as well as Haier, GE Appliances and Fisher& Paykel, will be the key international brands in their respective segments and in their respective leadership geographies and aim to become top-of-mind for global consumers.

    Haier's vision is to become the global leader in IoT for smart home appliances. The shared innovation and know-how synergies between the two companies in smart home appliances will contribute to Haier's expansion in this segment in Europe as well as globally.

    Yannick Fierling said, "Candy represents a major acquisition and is a terrific asset for the growth of our combined group, bringing great value to our employees, customers, business partners and shareholders. Europe is one of the key markets in Haier's global brand strategy and this combination will accelerate Haier's positioning in the region. I look forward to working closely with Candy's experienced management team as we share the commitment to innovate and to provide customized solutions to introduce the experience of the smart universe into our customers' lives."

    Haier will continue to invest in Europe to enhance its competitiveness in the region and worldwide. Candy's management team, employees, regional infrastructure, including R&D centers, business network and manufacturing facilities, as well as Candy's unique design and Italian style will be great foundations for our future growth globally. Beppe and Aldo Fumagalli will be non-executive Directors of Haier Europe.

    Beppe and Aldo Fumagalli concluded, "We are very excited for Candy to become an important asset of Haier's global network. Combining further investment from Haier with Candy's innovation capabilities and Italian design, technology and style, we are confident that the company will further grow to become the leader in smart home appliances with a high level of competitiveness. Together, we will better meet the increasing demands for more individualized products and make people's lives better and easier."

    The acquisition of Candy was in part funded by the successful listing of Qingdao Haier's D-Shares on the CEINEX D-Share Market through admission on the Regulated Market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, which was completed on October 24, 2018.

     

    *Advisors*

    J.P. Morgan acted as exclusive international financial advisor to Qingdao Haier and were engaged offshore. Orrick acted as international legal advisor to Qingdao Haier.

    PwC acted as advisor for financial, tax, HR and IT due diligence to Qingdao Haier. King & Wood Mallesons acted as legal advisor to Qingdao Haier in China.

    Goldman Sachs acted as exclusive financial advisor to Candy. Cleary Gottlieb acted as exclusive legal advisor to Candy. Malguzzi & Associati acted as exclusive tax advisor to Candy.*About Qingdao Haier*

    Qingdao Haier was established on April 28, 1989. The company listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SHA:600690) on November 19, 1993. On October 24, 2018, Qingdao Haier was the first issuer to list on the CEINEX D-Share Market through admission to trading on the regulated market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ISIN: CNE1000031C1).

    Since founded, Qingdao Haier has grown by meeting customer needs with its innovative systems, becoming one of the world's largest manufacturers of home appliance goods. Qingdao Haier has overcome and adapted to changes through its commitment to innovation in relation to its strategic development, branding, R&D, and intelligent manufacture, as well as domestic and international expansion Qingdao Haier has created and adopted a "Three In One" system of developing, manufacturing and marketing for international markets that consistently caters to local customer needs.

    In the Internet of Things era, Qingdao Haier consistently implemented its strategic transformation into a win-win IoT community ecology. By integrating its U+ Smart Life Platform, its COSMOPlat industrial Internet cloud platform and its Shunguang e-commerce platform, the company provides customers with smart home solutions, creates intelligent life experiences, and meets customers' needs for customized better lives.*About Candy Group*

    Candy Group is one of Europe's leading companies in the market of small and major home appliances, both freestanding and built-in, with high-performance products both in terms of performance and respect for the environment. Candy Group products are marketed through two international brands, Candy and Hoover, and through national brands such as Rosières (France) and Jinling (China) with differentiated markets and different market targets. Candy Group, employs approximately 5,000 employees, has seven manufacturing facilities in Europe, Turkey and China, and 45 subsidiaries and representative offices around the world. The Group Headquarters, design centre, central facility and R&D are located in Brugherio (MB), Italy.*Disclaimers*

    This press release, as Qingdao Haier's introduction of this transaction, does not constitute any supplement, amendment or adjustment to any public announcement made by Qingdao Haier with respect to this transaction; for any information relating to Qingdao Haier and this transaction, please refer to the public announcements made by Qingdao Haier on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. This press release does not constitute any representation, warranty, business performance commitment or guarantee of Qingdao Haier in respect of the target assets of this transaction, nor does it constitute any recommendation, offer or invitation, express or implied, for any individual or entity to purchase any securities of Qingdao Haier. Any forward-looking statement contained in this press release, which may involve the company's development strategy, finance, business performance and operation plan, is based on certain hypothesis and is subject to certain risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond the company's control and are difficult to predict. Investors are advised to pay attention to investment risks. Therefore, actual outcomes and results may be materially different from or even opposite to what is expressed or forecasted in such forward-looking statement. Such forward-looking statement does not constitute any commitment or binding obligation of Qingdao Haier, including any obligation to update any statement contained in this press release.
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    Language: English
    Company: Qingdao Haier Co.,Ltd.
    Haier Industrial Park, Laoshan District
    266101 Qingdao
    China
    Phone: +86 532 8893 1670
    E-mail: finance@haier.com
    Internet: www.haier.net
    ISIN: CNE1000031C1
    WKN: A2JM2W, 690D
    Listed: Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard); Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Tradegate Exchange
     
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    The 2019 Tío Pepe Challenge been launched! The annual international cocktail competition from González Byass seeks U.S. bartenders to compete for the chance to create delicious and imaginative Sherry cocktails who will then go on to challenge finalists from around the world at the famed Feria in Jerez, Spain.

    CHICAGO (PRWEB) January 08, 2019

    González Byass, the leading Sherry producer from Jerez, Spain, has launched the 2019 Tío Pepe Challenge: the annual international cocktail competition that invites top bartenders from around the world to explore the diversity and potential of Sherry wines in creating delicious and imaginative cocktails.

    This is the second year that the Tío Pepe Challenge has come to the U.S., and the quest to find Sherry’s mixology champion has gained amazing momentum. This year, 16 countries will hold regional heats: from Asia to Europe and in the U.S., bartenders will be tested on their knowledge of Sherry. Tasting Panel Magazine, the sponsor of the U.S. competition, will select six finalists from the top U.S. cocktail recipe entries. The finalists will compete in New York City on April 9 for a chance to represent the U.S. at the 6th Annual Tío Pepe Challenge International Final this May in Jerez, Spain, becoming one of the top 14 bartenders from around the world.

    To register and submit a cocktail for consideration, please visit: http://www.tastingpanelmag.com/thetiopepechallenge.

    Prior to the competitions, bartenders are invited to participate in exclusive Sherry Masterclasses across the country which are designed to inform, educate and instruct on crucial aspects of Sherry, including the use of a venencia (the tool traditionally used to extract Sherry from the barrel), recognition of the diverse styles of Sherry wine and their ability to make delicious and innovative Sherry cocktails.

    The Tío Pepe Challenge is open to all U.S. bartenders and is an amazing opportunity for bartenders to find out about the variety and scope that Sherry has to offer. Learning from experts, participants will get to showcase their creativity and talent when it comes to mixing cocktails with Sherry. Bartenders interested in entering a Sherry cocktail using Tío Pepe must do so by March 15. The six finalists will be announced March 25. For more information about the master classes and the competitions, please visit: http://www.tastingpanelmag.com/thetiopepechallenge.

    @tiopepewine @gonzalezbyassusa #tiopepechallenge #tiopepechallengeUSA

    About González Byass USA
    González Byass USA is a Chicago based importer for a strategically selected portfolio of fine wine and spirit brands from around the world including Spain, Chile, Italy, Austria and the US.

    González Byass USA is the US subsidiary of González Byass headquartered in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. González Byass is a family-owned, collection of wineries founded in 1835 which spans across Spain’s most important wine producing regions. From its foundation, the González family have been dedicated to making fine Sherries and brandies in Jerez, Spain, creating such well-known brands as Tío Pepe Fino Sherry and Lepanto Brandy de Jerez.

    Today the fifth generation of the family are the custodians of these exceptional brands having built the company into a family of wineries which produces wine in some of Spain’s most famous regions; Bodegas Beronia (Rioja and Rueda), Cavas Vilarnau (Barcelona), Finca Constancia (Vino de la Tierra de Castilla), Finca Moncloa (Vino de la Tierra de Cádiz), Viñas del Vero (Somontano) and Pazo de Lusco (Rías Baixas). In each of these regions the family strives to make the best possible quality wines respecting the local terroir and the environment. At the same time the company has also expanded its interests further in the premium spirits business and has created pioneering brands such as The London No.1 and Nomad Outland Whisky to compliment the Spanish brandies in the portfolio Soberano and Lepanto, as well as their Mexican brandies from Pedro Domecq: Presidente and Don Pedro.

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    Learn more at http://www.gonzalezbyassusa.com. Reported by PRWeb 3 hours ago.

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    * Press Release*

    *McPhy announces its 2019 financial calendar*

    *La Motte Fanjas, 8 January 2019 5:45pm *-* McPhy (Euronext Paris Compartiment C: MCPHY, FR0011742329), *a specialist in equipment for the production, storage and distribution of hydrogen, announces its 2019 financial calendar.

    *Events* *Dates**
    *2018 Full-Year Sales* *January 22, 2019*
    *2018 Full-Year Results* *March 12, 2019*
    *Annual General Meeting* *May 23, 2019*
    *2019 First-Half Results* *30 July, 2019*
    *2019 Full-Year Sales* *January 28, 2020*
    *2019 Full-Year Results* *March 10, 2020*

    (*): Press releases are published after market closes. Subject to modification.

    *About McPhy*

    In the framework of the energy transition, and as a leading supplier of hydrogen production, storage and distribution equipment, McPhy contributes to the deployment of clean hydrogen throughout the world.

    Thanks to its wide range of products and services dedicated to the hydrogen energy, zero emission mobility and industrial hydrogen markets, McPhy provides turnkey solutions to its clients. These solutions are tailored to our client applications: renewable energy surplus storage and valorization, fuel cell car refueling, raw material for industrial sites.

    As a designer, manufacturer and integrator of hydrogen equipment since 2008, McPhy has three development, engineering and production units based in Europe (France, Italy, Germany).

    The company's international subsidiaries ensure a global sales coverage of McPhy's innovative hydrogen solutions.

    McPhy is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris (Segment C, ISIN code: FR0011742329; ticker: MCPHY).
    *Media relations*

    *NewCap*
    Nicolas Merigeau
    T. +33 (0)1 44 71 94 98
    mcphy@newcap.eu

     

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