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MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis., USA, (July 20, 2021) — Bradley Corp., the leading source for high-quality restroom partitions, introduces a new design of its Mills® Phenolic No-Site™ Partitions, which eliminates unpleasant gaps between doors and pilasters for complete privacy. The integral No-Site design is now standard for all Phenolic models, elevating user privacy and enhancing the commercial restroom experience for all.

With gaps between toilet partitions’ doors and pilasters becoming increasingly unpopular, Bradley re-engineered its phenolic partition line with a rabbeted edge on both the hinge and latch sides of the door. This grooved edge closes off sightlines and provides flush finish construction for a refined, European-inspired look.

Available in 12 attractive new colors and four mounting styles, Phenolic No-Site partitions provide design options to fit any application. High heat and high-pressure molding of solid phenolic core material delivers impact resistance, superior strength, maintainability and sustainability. GREENGUARD Certified as a low-emitting material, phenolic stands up well to high usage, wet and humid environments, and is resistant to water, oil, bacteria and graffiti. The versatile material is ideal for medium to high traffic areas such as schools, offices, shower rooms and outdoor facilities.

Select colors are available with seamless, extra-large panels up to 72 inches tall and 75 inches deep for creating more space and an even greater sense of a private individual room.


Easy installation and maintenance

Partition installation has also been improved with pre-drilled indicator latch holes that eliminate guesswork. And pre-installed threaded inserts on doors and pilasters speed up hinge installation.

“Bradley’s research shows that almost half of Americans are uncomfortable or bothered by the small gap between doors and pilasters in restroom partitions,” said Mary Scherer, product manager, Bradley Corp. “Our new Phenolic No-Site redesign eliminates unsightly gaps and gives owners and architects the options to create comfortable and discreet spaces for restroom users. We’re excited to deliver full privacy partition solutions for our customers as standard.”

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- Millions of Canadians have missed life milestones due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and J.P. Wiser's believes that precious moments of bonding and connecting with friends should never be lost. That's why the brand is announcing its latest campaign: 'Second Shot', which aims to demonstrate that everyone deserves the chance to reconnect and celebrate the moments they've missed.

The campaign taps into the relatable cultural truth that Canadians everywhere missed important life events while in self-isolation. Launched on June 28th, it features real people getting a second shot at reconnecting and celebrating major missed moments with their friends and family.

"We wanted to do more than simply just make another branded television spot," said Fernando Martinez Gonzalez, Brand Manager. "With the Second Shot campaign our goal was to tap into these real stories to showcase to Canadians that they aren't alone, and even though they have missed important moments they should celebrate them now that it is safe to do so."

For two days only, J.P Wiser's transformed the historic Madison Avenue Pub in Toronto into the Second Shot Bar and crafted personal experiences for each of its guests. Like Jimmy, a new Canadian who received his second shot at celebrating his citizenship ceremony and Katie, who got a second shot at her doctorate grad ceremony. The Hatrick Swayzes got a second shot at finally lifting their rec hockey league cup and Phil, an ICU doctor on the front lines, had a second shot to celebrate his bachelor party.

J.P Wiser's hopes to inspire Canadians with the 'Second Shot' campaign to reconnect and have their own second shot at celebrating the moments they've missed. Whether it was a wedding, birthday or their dog's graduation from puppy training, J.P. Wiser's believes everyone deserves a 'Second Shot' at celebrating.

That's why J.P. Wiser's is partnering with social media influencers on Instagram across the country and giving away cash prizes of $6,000 CAD to eight lucky Canadians to put towards re-living a missed milestone celebration! Canadians can follow: @brettkissle, @scott_mcgillivary, @teamltd, @rick_campanelli, @adamwylde, @tysonlw, @morganhoff and @sheridaningalls from July 14th - 25th for their chance to win!

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The 2021 Retro Beer Opener Is Here!

Cases of Steam Whistle just got even better ... (yes, it's possible).

Get a FREE Steam Whistle retro bottle opener when you buy a 6 or 12 pack of our Pilsner bottles!

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The “cold industry” will meet from 22 to 26 October 2021 at HostMilano, the world leading trade fair dedicated to the sector., to discover and deepen all the news of the sector. Creativity and innovation will be the focus of the companies that participate in the exhibition, but also sustainability and safety play a crucial role in the proposal of solutions for the cold industry, to ensure excellent performance and energy savings. HostMilano investigates the market dynamics and trends that animate one of the most important segments of the catering industry: the cold sector.

Sustainability? Yes, please

Sustainability, a trend has been growing for some years, has now become a real must for the entire sector. Indeed, the catering and cold industry wasted no time in adapting and anticipating the all-around evolution of the concept. All combined with innovation and hygiene, that are confirmed as some of the trends that will mark the future of catering for many Italian and international business group that will take part in HostMilano. (...)

News on show

Between the novelties exhibited at HostMilano, custom-made refrigerated counters specific for chocolate and haute patisserie, designed according to the dictates of the so-called "Zero project", that is, the policy aimed at guaranteeing 80% reduction in products maintenance and refrigerated showcases for the display. Plus, new refrigerated display cabinets for displaying desserts, that combine design and functionality. (...)

Innovation and design: from artificial intelligence in large-scale distribution to the aesthetics of the new cold rooms

Glass, eco-friendly materials and an ultramodern design. The field of cooling, also thanks to consumers new needs and to the evolution of the out-of-home spaces, is going through a change and throughout Europe it becomes the protagonist of a revolution in spaces, not only those belonging to restaurants and bars, but also to large-scale distribution. (...)

The appointment will be at HostMilano 2021, a moment considered essential for more than one reason: it will be the first opportunity to meet again customers, stimulate moments of sharing and dialogue with all professionals in the sector. The next edition will be held simultaneously with TUTTOFOOD in fieramilano from 22 to 26 October 2021.

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Milan, 9 July 2021 - After the resilience displayed throughout more than one year of the pandemic, the agri-food sector now faces the challenge of consolidating its achievements. The key to continued growth is internationalisation, because it is only in a truly global dimension that the sector can find not only space for quantitative growth, but also a setting that nurtures innovation by benchmarking with the best experiences from around the world.

This commitment in the food industry cannot rely solely on the prestige of Italian products but must bring together the stakeholders of the supply chain, institutions and trade fairs as industrial policy tools. This is why TUTTOFOOD, which, since the very first edition, has had innovation and openness towards world markets in its DNA, has further strengthened its already close collaboration with the ICE/ITA Agency in recent months, by deploying new solutions that exploit the potential of digital transformation.

In recent months, ICE's continuous support for the event has translated into timely actions en route to the trade fair in person, at fieramilano from 22 to 26 October. “ICE, together with TUTTOFOOD, has created a proposal of digital events to expand contacts towards the most interesting foreign markets, meeting the favour of the entire agri-food chain – said the President of ICE, Carlo Ferro –. The first meeting, dedicated to the United States, took place in May, while another dedicated to Canada was held in early June. The events are enriched by the organisation of online B2B meetings, offering new business prospects and allowing foreign counterparts to be addressed more directly”. Business meetings were also complemented by high-profile international events with chefs and experts, highlighting Italian products of excellence such as rice and pasta.

“Now more than ever, trade fairs are first and foremost a fundamental tool for the internationalisation of the Italian industry, and companies are well aware of this – claimed Luca Palermo, Chief Executive Officer of Fiera Milano SpA – The numbers speak for themselves: the more than 50 events organised by Fiera Milano in 2019, in the pre-Covid era, generated 17.5 billion Euro in exports for exhibiting companies and trade fairs are, and will be, the driving force behind foreign trade. And this is thanks above all to an important partner such as ICE, which has never ceased to support us and I am sure will be fundamental for the exhibiting companies at TUTTOFOOD as well”. (...)

Against this background, TUTTOFOOD 2021 will be a strongly quality-oriented edition. High-profile content not only in the exhibition area, but also in the busy schedule of events will be ensured by the authoritative partnerships. Alongside ICE, Apci, Assica, Dolce Italia, FederBio, IRi, Netcomm, Pasta Italia, Retail Institute Italy, Unione Italiana Food, UnionAlimentari, Unas, Unione Italiana Vini will make their contribution. New this year is the collaboration with DNV, one of the world leaders in Food & Beverage certification. 

This year, TUTTOFOOD will also be co-located with HostMilano, the world's leading trade fair for hospitality and eating out, and MEAT-TECH, the event dedicated to technologies for meat processing and ready meals. The co-location will allow the event to broaden its visitor base with stakeholders from related supply chains.

An experience you can enjoy in total safety thanks to Safe Together, the protocol developed by Fiera Milano that covers access procedures, management of the exhibition areas - including sanitation - and protective measures during the visit.

TUTTOFOOD 2021 will be held at fieramilano from 22 to 26 October.


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