Jersey Market – Biz China NFL Jersey Cheap http://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/ Tue, 10 May 2022 14:51:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1.png Jersey Market – Biz China NFL Jersey Cheap http://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/ 32 32 Size of the $66 billion sports nutrition market, globally, by 2028 at 7.9% CAGR: Verified Market Research® https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/size-of-the-66-billion-sports-nutrition-market-globally-by-2028-at-7-9-cagr-verified-market-research/ Tue, 10 May 2022 14:15:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/size-of-the-66-billion-sports-nutrition-market-globally-by-2028-at-7-9-cagr-verified-market-research/ The growing base of sports nutrition consumers including sportspeople, bodybuilders and non-sportspeople who aspire to lead a healthy lifestyle can increase the growth of the sports nutrition market. JERSEY CITY, NJ, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Verified Market Research recently released a report, “sports nutrition marketBy type (protein powder, sports supplements, sports drinks), by end […]]]>

The growing base of sports nutrition consumers including sportspeople, bodybuilders and non-sportspeople who aspire to lead a healthy lifestyle can increase the growth of the sports nutrition market.

JERSEY CITY, NJ, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Verified Market Research recently released a report, “sports nutrition marketBy type (protein powder, sports supplements, sports drinks), by end users (athletes, bodybuilders, lifestyle users), by distribution channel (supermarkets and hypermarkets, fitness centers, drugs and specialty stores) and By Geography According to Verified Market Research, the global sports nutrition market size was valued at $36 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $66 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 7.9% from 2021 to 2028.

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Overview of the global sports nutrition market

Each individual has different goals depending on their type of sport and fitness desire or recommended by coaches or experts in the respective fields. Experts and trainers are very familiar with the sports supplements available in the market and suitable for an individual. Experts mainly recommend products based on the nutritional content and ingredients used in sports supplements. Considering the increasing number of fitness clubs and gyms around the world, as well as the growing health consciousness of consumers, sports supplement manufacturers are focusing on improving their promotional strategies to attract a wide customer segment.

The growing base of sports nutrition consumers including sportspeople, bodybuilders and non-sportspeople who aspire to lead a healthy lifestyle can increase the growth of the sports nutrition market. Increase in lifestyle users that mainstream sports nutrition produces to obtain daily nutritional requirement and not for any other fitness activity or exercise may accelerate the growth of sports nutrition market during the period of forecast. Negative image due to adulterated products made using banned ingredients such as stimulants, anabolic steroids and prohormones may restrain the adoption of sports nutrition, which hinders the growth of the market during the period forecast.

The limited adoption of sports nutrition due to negative public perception may limit the growth of the sports nutrition market. An increase in product visibility due to the growing interest of manufacturers to promote their products at sporting events can provide tremendous opportunities for growth. Sports events are the best and most beneficial platform to promote and distribute sports nutrition and publicize various brands and products. Thus, the growing attention of sports nutrition manufacturers to promote their products may augment the market growth.

Key developments

  • In March 2020, The Coca-Cola Company acquired the remaining interest in Fairlife LLC from its joint venture partner, Select Milk Producers. However, Fairlife may continue to operate as a stand-alone business based in Chicago.
  • In April 2019Hormel completed the $465 million sales of CytoSport Protein Business to PepsiCo Inc. The sale to PepsiCo Inc. is expected to enable further growth for CytoSport and its flagship offering, increasing PepsiCo Inc.’s market share in the sports nutrition market.

Key players

Major players in the market are Abbott Nutrition, Inc., Clif Bar & Company, Glanbia Plc., GNC Holdings, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., PepsiCo Inc., Post Holdings, Inc., Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc., The Coca-Cola Company and Yakult Honsha Co., Ltd.

Verified Market Research has segmented the global sports nutrition market on the basis of type, end-users, distribution channel, and geography.

  • Sports Nutrition Market, By Type
    • protein powder
    • Sports supplements
    • Sports drinks
    • Energy bars
    • Others
  • Sports Nutrition Market, By End Users
    • Athletes
    • Bodybuilders
    • Lifestyle users
    • Others
  • Sports Nutrition Market, By Distribution Channel
    • Supermarkets and hypermarkets
    • Fitness centers
    • Drugs and specialty stores
    • Online channels
    • Others
  • Sports Nutrition Market, By Geography
    • North America
    • Europe
      • Germany
      • France
      • UK
      • Rest of Europe
    • Asia Pacific
      • China
      • Japan
      • India
      • Rest of Asia Pacific
    • ROW
      • Middle East & Africa
      • Latin America

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Could legal NJ weed soon be sold on other sites? https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/could-legal-nj-weed-soon-be-sold-on-other-sites/ Sun, 08 May 2022 20:56:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/could-legal-nj-weed-soon-be-sold-on-other-sites/ EDITOR’S NOTE: NJ Cannabis Insider is hosting an in-person business networking event on July 14 at The Asbury in Asbury Park. Tickets are limited. The only medical marijuana dispensary owner whose application to sell legal weed was denied by a state panel will seek approval again, NJ Advance Media has learned. If approved, at least […]]]>

EDITOR’S NOTE: NJ Cannabis Insider is hosting an in-person business networking event on July 14 at The Asbury in Asbury Park. Tickets are limited.

The only medical marijuana dispensary owner whose application to sell legal weed was denied by a state panel will seek approval again, NJ Advance Media has learned.

If approved, at least two more adult weed stores could soon be added in New Jersey.

The Cannabis Regulatory Commission is expected to take up AYR Wellness’s request at its meeting later this month. AYR saw its seven competitors enter the adult weed market on April 21st.

At least two industry sources have confirmed that AYR will make a presentation to the panel on May 24 to review its patient access plans, parking, separate adult start lines and entry lines. medical and patient assistance and other services.

Rob Vanisko, vice president of communications for AYR, confirmed that the company is expected to appear before the CRC, but did not comment further. The CRC has yet to post an agenda for May 24 on its website, and spokeswoman Toni-Anne Blake declined to comment on whether AYR would make a presentation to the board.

AYR has three stores selling medical marijuana under the Garden State Dispensary banner in Union, Eatontown and North Woodbridge.

Sources say that if approved, the company would initially add at least two of the stores to the mix, bringing New Jersey’s total to 14 locations featuring adult weed in the coming months.

AYR has the potential to double its current workforce from just over 100 unionized employees to around 200 by expanding sales for adult use after acquiring the Garden State Medical Dispensary 13 months ago.

An industry source said AYR’s main issue was proving it could meet the demand for marijuana and was working vigorously to convince the CRC that it would have enough weed to serve the market. both medical marijuana patients and recreational customers.

The New Jersey Cannabis Trade Association, the largest coalition of medical cannabis companies in the state, wants AYR to grow in adult-use sales.

“Additional cannabis companies mean more products and a greater diversity of offerings will be available on the shelves of our members, many of whom have been serving the recreational market since day one,” James Leventis, executive vice president of Verano, a dispensary that sells legal weed and a member of the NJCTA board of directors in a statement to NJ Cannabis Insider.

“But more than that, it only proves to New Jersey voters that they are right – that a robust personal-use market is capable of thriving in our state,” he added.

Analysts factored AYR into 2022 cannabis business models for the rest of the year to measure the revenue that could be generated by eight dispensaries – officially known as alternative treatment centers – instead of the seven that already sell legal weed.

“Taking incumbents, and even AYR Garden State Dispensary stores (none yet offering recreation), we estimate that 5-10 additional stores will be able to offer recreation (adult) services by end of 2022,” Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Pablo Zuanic wrote. in a note to investors dated May 1.

Zuanic warned that New Jersey still starts out with far fewer stores than other states.

“Twenty stores would still be too few compared to other states that have legalized recreational cannabis – and small too, compared to the 1,500 stores selling alcoholic beverages in the state, before counting 7,000 bars and restaurants selling for consumption. on the spot,” Zuanic said. .

By comparison, when Arizona started selling adult recreational weed, it started with 125 stores, while Illinois had 100 stores.

So far, the CRC has issued 102 new cultivation and manufacturing licenses, but these are not expected to go live for one to two years.

“We believe that limited supplies and few stores may initially limit market growth,” Zuanic wrote.

AYR, a multi-state operator that grows and sells medical marijuana, acquired the Garden State Medical Dispensary in March 2021.

Garden State has the largest retail footprint of any operator, on heavily trafficked highways throughout the central region of the state, as well as a 30,000 square foot facility that houses the growing and processing facilities. existing production in operation. An additional 75,000 square feet are currently under construction.

Robert DiPisa, co-chairman of Hackensack-based Cole Schotz’s Cannabis Law Group, said AYR’s entry into the market would bring immediate relief to existing alternative treatment centers.

“Any ATCs that can come online would be the first to help the first seven to help supply the patient pool so that the ATCs free up a bit more to supply the adult market,” DiPisa said.

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Why can’t we pump our own gas into New Jersey? https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/why-cant-we-pump-our-own-gas-into-new-jersey/ Fri, 06 May 2022 23:56:19 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/why-cant-we-pump-our-own-gas-into-new-jersey/ Don’t you think it’s time we took care of our own pumps at the station? A few months ago, a bill was proposed to allow New Jersey residents to pump their own gasoline. It was met with much criticism and ultimately did not pass. I understand the hesitation behind introducing self-service to the Garden State. […]]]>

Don’t you think it’s time we took care of our own pumps at the station?

A few months ago, a bill was proposed to allow New Jersey residents to pump their own gasoline. It was met with much criticism and ultimately did not pass.

I understand the hesitation behind introducing self-service to the Garden State. With anything new, comes fear.

Having gas station attendants creates more jobs, which helps the economy. And on a less serious note, it’s nice not having to leave your car during New Jersey’s harsh winters and humid summers.

To put it bluntly, I really think we got this one wrong, New Jersey.

Photo by Dawn McDonald on Unsplash

Photo by Dawn McDonald on Unsplash

I’ve lived in a few states where I’ve had to pump my own gas, and it’s really not as bad as it sounds. I actually prefer having my own control than being able to leave once I’m done instead of waiting for a busy attendant to finish with other customers.

If the bill were passed, gas stations could have had both full-service and self-serve options. It was shocking to see that people still objected to it even though it seemed to make everyone happy.

The most confusing thing about New Jersey opposing self-service gas is how much money it could have saved us. Gas prices are at record highs right now. So many people complain about the prices. Why turn down something that could have potentially brought us financial relief?

If ever the bill comes back on the table, I really think we should reconsider.

How much did gas cost the year you started driving? Hint: probably cheaper than it is now.

To learn more about how gas prices have changed over the years, Stacker calculated the cost of a gallon of gas for each of the last 84 years. Using Bureau of Labor Statistics data (published April 2020), we analyzed the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline from 1976 to 2020 as well as the consumer price index (CPI) for regular unleaded gasoline from 1937 to 1976, including absolute and inflation-adjusted prices for each year.

Read on to explore the cost of gas over time and rediscover how much a gallon cost when you first started driving.

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Part of Haddon Sprouts OK Farmers Market, another waiting https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/part-of-haddon-sprouts-ok-farmers-market-another-waiting/ Thu, 05 May 2022 00:51:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/part-of-haddon-sprouts-ok-farmers-market-another-waiting/ HADDON TOWNSHIP, NJ – The Haddon Township Planning/Zoning Board recently approved one element of the proposed Cabbage Farmers Market located in Westmont Plaza and filed a decision on another. Grocery store officials recently requested permission to make several improvements to the existing site, starting with removing 9,354 square feet of the building east of the […]]]>

HADDON TOWNSHIP, NJ – The Haddon Township Planning/Zoning Board recently approved one element of the proposed Cabbage Farmers Market located in Westmont Plaza and filed a decision on another.

Grocery store officials recently requested permission to make several improvements to the existing site, starting with removing 9,354 square feet of the building east of the Target store that Sprouts Farmers Market wants to occupy.

“This will allow loading and unloading of the facility,” said Cornelius Brown, engineer for Sprouts Farmers Market, at a recent zoning/planning board meeting. “There will be a fenced area and an emergency generator… There are also roadway and parking improvements along the storefront, there will be a replacement of the existing sidewalk [that will allow] for easy access or [Americans With Disabilities] to access.”

Zoning/planning board member Jose Calves noted that the Sprouts Farmers Market proposal comes with an added benefit.

It’s “a bit of a no-brainer, because as the experts mentioned, it’s less space, but it’s more in line with the current [town] prescription that is there now,” Calves said.

The zoning/planning board has approved this part of the Sprouts Farmers Market plan.

Regarding Sprouts Farmers Market’s current signage for the store site, some have expressed concerns, such as the company’s use of the terms “farmer’s market” and “local” in the same sign.

“People go to the farmers’ market waiting for local farmers’ produce, and they go there and the farmers have pineapples,” said zoning/planning board member Marguerite Downham. “I know there are no local fresh pineapples in New Jersey.”

Haddon Township employee James Stevenson said he was more concerned that some of the current Sprouts Farmers’ Market signage is not large enough to be seen by traffic on nearby Cuthbert Boulevard. Thus, he estimated that the inhabitants could spend their food budget in other municipalities.

“Haddon Township had three supermarkets at one time,” Stevenson said. “The supermarkets in this place have not done well. The panel package is essential.”

Lawyer representing Sprouts Farmers Market, Amy Ferrell, said she will discuss the zoning/planning board’s concerns about signage with the company and hopefully come back with township-friendly changes.

The next zoning/urban planning council meeting is scheduled for Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

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New Jersey Transit turns around and restores commuter bus lines to Philly https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/new-jersey-transit-turns-around-and-restores-commuter-bus-lines-to-philly/ Tue, 03 May 2022 09:09:21 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/new-jersey-transit-turns-around-and-restores-commuter-bus-lines-to-philly/ The destination sign on the NJ Transit Route 408 bus read “Philadelphia,” as usual, when Laura M. Schultz boarded at Pitman for her usual morning ride. Halfway through the 75-minute journey in the first week of March, she learned that the bus would no longer be going downtown. The driver said they would be dropped […]]]>

The destination sign on the NJ Transit Route 408 bus read “Philadelphia,” as usual, when Laura M. Schultz boarded at Pitman for her usual morning ride.

Halfway through the 75-minute journey in the first week of March, she learned that the bus would no longer be going downtown. The driver said they would be dropped off in Camden instead of the Greyhound Terminal on Filbert Street, where the route ended.

“It stunned me,” Schultz said.

Now, two months after leaving hundreds of South Jersey customers embarrassed, NJ Transit has backtracked under criticism and says it will restore direct service to Center City in June on five inter-city bus routes. States that had been redirected to Camden.

Passengers can transfer in Camden to other NJ Transit bus routes that travel to Philadelphia. But many say they have longer journeys, changing buses is inconvenient, and sometimes getting to work also means taking a SEPTA tram, bus or metro.

Schultz, a data scientist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in University City, was able to transition to virtual work. She does not own a car.

She said she will likely use 408 again when service is restored and she transitions to a hybrid schedule, with two or three days a week in the office.

NJ Transit “mishandled all of this,” Schultz said.

READ MORE: NJ Transit pulls commuter buses from Philadelphia’s Greyhound Terminal, citing dangerous lack of space

Since June 25, Parcours 317, 408 and 409 will operate with stops at Sixth Street and Market Street, including near Jefferson Station, said Mike Kilcoyne, general manager of bus operations for NJ Transit. They will then travel several blocks down Broad Street and turn onto Vine Street heading east.

Routes 313 and 315, which originate in Cape May, will continue further to the 30th Street station, Kilcoyne said. Drivers on all five routes will have brief “recovery time” stops in Camden, he said.

Jennifer Fisher, who also commutes between Pitman and her office in University City, said she would return to the 408 bus if the schedule was similar to what it was before.

“NJ Transit seems to have a real communication problem and it feels like these decisions are being made on the fly,” Fisher said Monday.

The upheaval then occurs NJ Transit is in the midst of an overhaul of its bus network in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties, aimed at increasing the frequency of service on the busiest bus lines. Many fear Philadelphia’s service will be cut again, permanently.

“South Jersey is already underserved compared to the rest of the state when it comes to public transit,” said Sean Mohen, executive director of Tri-State Sustainability, recently. “We’re not talking about boonies here.”

Some loyal NJ Transit passengers have been driven away as the agency struggles to recover from the coronavirus pandemic and Philadelphia’s business districts are eager to see as much commuter traffic as possible.

“I’m glad they did what they did,” said William Ritzler, South Jersey coordinator for the Delaware Valley Association of Rail Passengers, a transit advocacy group. He said he didn’t expect it, but he also didn’t receive a response to questions he raised about the change at the NJ Transit board meeting last month. .

“All of this makes you wonder what management’s intention is regarding service in Philadelphia,” Ritzler said Monday.

The transit agency abandoned the Greyhound Terminal on Feb. 28 after a traffic reconfiguration cost it boarding bays and created dangerous bends, officials said.

Buses on Philadelphia’s five routes instead began terminating and beginning their runs at the Walter Rand Transportation Center in Camden.

Prior to the decision to restore direct service to downtown, NJ Transit CEO Kevin Corbett said it may not be possible due to a lack of space there, or near the 30th station. Street, which he described as packed.

“We want them. We want more people to come to Philadelphia in transit,” said Rich Montanez, deputy transportation commissioner for the Department of Streets, which controls bus stops. He said the city would work to accommodate NJ Transit.

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Public Service Announcement: Aldi Special Buys work support is back in stores https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/public-service-announcement-aldi-special-buys-work-support-is-back-in-stores/ Sun, 01 May 2022 14:20:47 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/public-service-announcement-aldi-special-buys-work-support-is-back-in-stores/ The Aldi ‘Special Buys’ work support is back in stock in stores, and we thought you’d like to know. The Bikemate Bike Assembly bracket is already out of stock onlinebut after spotting one in an Aldi store, we thought we’d spread the word. At £24.99 this is by no means the best bike stand on […]]]>

The Aldi ‘Special Buys’ work support is back in stock in stores, and we thought you’d like to know.

The Bikemate Bike Assembly bracket is already out of stock onlinebut after spotting one in an Aldi store, we thought we’d spread the word.

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Bielat Santore & Company Sells Seafood Restaurant Gregory’s in Manchester Township, New Jersey | News https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/bielat-santore-company-sells-seafood-restaurant-gregorys-in-manchester-township-new-jersey-news/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 00:45:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/bielat-santore-company-sells-seafood-restaurant-gregorys-in-manchester-township-new-jersey-news/ There’s nothing fishy about this sale TOWNSHIP OF MANCHESTERNew Jersey, April 29, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — As the saying goes, “good things come in small (and sometimes obscure) packages.” This is the case of Gregory’s Seafood Restaurant in Township of Manchester. NJ This quaint, quirky, family-run seafood “shack” has been cooking award-winning seafood dinners since 1995. […]]]>

There’s nothing fishy about this sale

TOWNSHIP OF MANCHESTERNew Jersey, April 29, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — As the saying goes, “good things come in small (and sometimes obscure) packages.” This is the case of Gregory’s Seafood Restaurant in Township of Manchester. NJ This quaint, quirky, family-run seafood “shack” has been cooking award-winning seafood dinners since 1995. Former Owner Gregory Saggau has earned a reputation as an expert fishmonger, knowing exactly where to find the freshest, best quality fish and shellfish only in season. The restaurant offers indoor and outdoor dining as well as a retail market and takeout.

The restaurant is located on route 37 which is constantly moving west from the Toms River area just (5) miles from the Garden State Parkway. “Earlier this month, local business owner and entrepreneur, Chris Garbooshian saw an opportunity to expand an already successful business. He bought the restaurant on the condition that Gregory Saggau would remain to ensure the consistent quality the restaurant is known for,” according to Robert Gilles of Bielat Santore & Company, Allenhurst, New Jersey, the seller for this transaction. “Mr. Garbooshian plans to modernize internal deal flow; add several new food products to the menu designed to appeal to a younger clientele while continuing to meet the needs of active adults in the many communities aged 55 and over in the region; develop take-out meals and offer an outdoor self-service take-out place,” continues Gillis.

The concept will include the installation of an exterior window, for ordering and picking up food, and the possibility of eating outside on a covered terrace. The menu will focus on book fried fish, platters and sandwiches. Perfect for those heading west after a day at the beach. Gregory’s remains open while undergoing a modest facelift and will continue to offer the highest quality in all seafood – shrimp, clams, lobster, crabs, grilled dinners, fried entrees, freshly prepared salads and desserts, dine in, dinner outside, take-out, self-service counter and retail market. Everything you would expect from this cozy roadside seafood gem.

About Bielat Santore & Company

Bielat Santore & Company is a well-established commercial real estate company. The Company’s expertise is primarily in the restaurant and hospitality industry, specializing in the sale of restaurants and other real estate food and beverage businesses. Since 1978, the leaders of Bielat Santore & Company, Barry Belat and Richard Santoresold more restaurants and similar type properties in New Jersey than any other real estate company. In addition, the company has obtained more than $500,000,000 funding to facilitate these transactions. Visit the company’s website, http://www.123bsc.com for the latest new listings, property searches, available land, market data, financing trends, RSS feeds, press releases and more.

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Robert GillesBielat Santore & Company, 732.531.4200, rgillis@123bsc.com

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2022 NFL Draft Betting Market Book https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/2022-nfl-draft-betting-market-book/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 18:57:46 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/2022-nfl-draft-betting-market-book/ Georgia defensive lineman Travon WalkerThe odds of being the first overall selection have continued to improve this week. Walker, who wasn’t even listed as a betting option to start some sports betting, overtook Michigan Aidan Hutchinson during the weekend. Walker started the week as a -200 odds favorite to become No. 1 at Caesars Sportsbook. […]]]>

Georgia defensive lineman Travon WalkerThe odds of being the first overall selection have continued to improve this week.

Walker, who wasn’t even listed as a betting option to start some sports betting, overtook Michigan Aidan Hutchinson during the weekend. Walker started the week as a -200 odds favorite to become No. 1 at Caesars Sportsbook. His ratings had dropped to -300 by Wednesday morning.

At PointsBet sportsbook, Walker is the ninth player to be the favorite to become No. 1. Spencer Rattler, Sam Howell, Kayvon ThibodeauxHuchinson, Evan Neal and Ikem Ekwonu each was at the top of the odds at some point since PointsBet opened the market in late July.

The odds of being the No. 1 overall pick (via Caesars Sportsbookfrom Wednesday)

Travon Walker -300
Aidan Hutchinson+325
Ikem Ekwonu +450
Evan Neal +2,500
Kayvon Thibodeaux +5,000

Most bet on ticket markets:

1. Overall First Choice
2. Second Choice
3. Third Choice
4. Drafted First Wide Receiver
5. Kayvon Thibodeaux draft station

Most bet the markets by the handful:

1. Overall First Choice
2. Aidan Hutchinson’s draft position
3. Provisional position of Kayvon Thibodeaux
4. Second Choice
5. Top Five Picks

NFL Draft Odds and Endings

  • More bets have been placed on Oregon’s Thibodeaux draft position than on any individual Caesars Sportsbook player. Thibodeaux’s over/under on his draft position is 4.5 with a price of -175 on the under. The most on Thibodeaux’s draft position is leading for tickets, but the minus drew the second most money of all players.

  • The Ohio State Wide Sub Receiver Garrett Wilson (9.5) is the least popular in terms of number of bets and amount wagered.

  • Sportsbook WynnBET reported taking a $500 bet on the Tennessee Titans to select the quarterback Kenny Pickett at 75 to 1 from a customer in New Jersey. If Pickett lands with the Titans, owns the 26th pick, the bettor would net $37,000.

  • 94% of the money bet on BetMGM over/unders on the number of QBs taken in the first round (3.5) is on the under. The minus is -300.

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Partnership for a drug-free webinar in New Jersey to examine the impact of stigma on the opioid crisis https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/partnership-for-a-drug-free-webinar-in-new-jersey-to-examine-the-impact-of-stigma-on-the-opioid-crisis/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 16:56:00 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/partnership-for-a-drug-free-webinar-in-new-jersey-to-examine-the-impact-of-stigma-on-the-opioid-crisis/ PDFNJ and New Jersey The Attorney General’s Office will host 4and 2022 Webinar MILLBURN, NJ, April 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage the country, stigma remains a major barrier to treatment, recovery, and redesigning approaches to addressing the crisis. Experts will discuss how stigma affects efforts to tackle the opioid […]]]>

PDFNJ and New Jersey The Attorney General’s Office will host 4and 2022 Webinar

MILLBURN, NJ, April 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage the country, stigma remains a major barrier to treatment, recovery, and redesigning approaches to addressing the crisis. Experts will discuss how stigma affects efforts to tackle the opioid epidemic and strategies to reduce its impact in the next chapter of the Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day learning series, presented by the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey (PDFNJ) and the Office of the New Jersey Substance Abuse Response and Enforcement Strategy Coordinator (NJ CARES), which is responsible for overseeing substance abuse efforts across the office of the Attorney General of New Jersey. The event is organized in collaboration with the Opioid Education Foundation of America.

The webinar, “Combating the Stigma of Opioid Addiction,” will take place at 11 a.m. Thursday April 28in collaboration with Fairleigh Dickinson University. The presentation will feature Dr. Emily Einstein the National Institute on Drug Abuse; dr. Edouard Coupet of Yale School of Medicine; and Celina LevyExecutive Director of the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction (GCADA).

“The stigma of addiction is a detrimental barrier to helping people with substance use disorders and addressing the broader opioid epidemic,” said the executive director of the PDFNJ. Angelo Valente mentioned. “We hope this webinar will provide audiences with a better understanding of not only the science behind addiction, but also how attitudes and language choice can make a difference in dealing with this crisis.”

This webinar will be the fourth of the 2022 Opioid Abuse Day Learning Series.

The series is an offshoot of Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day, which took place at New Jersey on October 6 every year since 2016. The statewide day-long initiative is hosted by PDFNJ and the Community Coalition for a Safe & Healthy Morris, in cooperation with the New York Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Jersey and the GCADA. The goal of the day is to engage the prevention and treatment communities, community leaders and concerned citizens to raise awareness of the potential for addiction to prescribed painkillers, as well as their connection to heroin and fentanyl use. in the state.

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Wakefern & ShopRite Associates Receive 2022 YWCA TWIN Award https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/wakefern-shoprite-associates-receive-2022-ywca-twin-award/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 00:41:53 +0000 https://bizchinanfljerseycheap.com/wakefern-shoprite-associates-receive-2022-ywca-twin-award/ Announcement submitted by the community Wakefern Food Corp., the largest retailer-owned cooperative in the United States, and the logistics, merchandising and distribution arm of ShopRite stores, recently announced that several associates from its corporate and retail organizations have been recognized as the winners of the 2022 YWCA’s Tribute to Women in Industry (TWIN) Awards. This […]]]>

Announcement submitted by the community

Wakefern Food Corp., the largest retailer-owned cooperative in the United States, and the logistics, merchandising and distribution arm of ShopRite stores, recently announced that several associates from its corporate and retail organizations have been recognized as the winners of the 2022 YWCA’s Tribute to Women in Industry (TWIN) Awards.

This year’s recipients include Wakefern and ShopRite associates whose leadership and expertise have contributed to the success of the co-op and its stores.

Recipients include Wakefern’s Jami Espinosa, Category Manager, Produce; Maxine Nigro, Pharmacy and Support Systems Supervisor; ShopRite’s Jessica Valentino, Controller for the Ravitz family markets, and Amanda Fischer, Marketing, Business Development and Outreach Manager for Village Super Market.

The YWCA TWIN Award recognizes significant achievements and contributions made by women within their industries in leadership, management, supervisory and/or professional roles, and is hosted by YWCA Union County, a non-profit organization lucrative.

The YWCA TWIN Awards also recognize companies whose policies and practices encourage women’s success and promote equal opportunity for advancement for women from diverse backgrounds.

The virtual awards ceremony will be broadcast live on Friday, May 6.

About Wakefern Award Winners:

Jami Espinosa, Category Manager, Products, Wakefern Food Corp.

Jami is responsible for sourcing produce and other specialty plant products.

His main responsibility is to work regularly with producers, shippers and supplier partners with the aim of sourcing the best quality products at the best price.

She is continually on-site in packing plants and agricultural fields, even traveling along the East Coast, sourcing only the best on the market and buying the best crops for ShopRite stores and their customers. Jami resides in Cooper City, Florida.

Maxine Nigro, Pharmacy and Support Systems Supervisor, Wakefern Food Corp.

Maxine joined Wakefern in 2009 and has over 25 years of retail and corporate pharmacy experience. In her current role, Maxine manages business relationships with Wakefern’s pharmaceutical technology vendors, which includes software testing, implementation and support of new and existing pharmaceutical technologies.

Additionally, Maxine manages a team that supports the 147 pharmacies operating under the ShopRite banner by assisting with pricing and third-party claims handling.

The pandemic has brought unique challenges, virtually overnight, to retail pharmacy.

Maxine has implemented and supported technology that has helped ShopRite Pharmacy associates administer nearly half a million Covid vaccines to the communities they serve.

Maxine resides in Gillette, NJ.

About ShopRite Award Winners:

Jessica Valentino, Controller, Ravitz Family Markets

Jessica Valentino joined Ravitz Family Markets in 2007 as Assistant Controller and in 2017 took over the role of Controller for the six-store supermarket chain.

Jessica oversees accounting, finance, budgeting and cash management. Jessica has previous accounting experience as well as a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and a master’s degree from Strayer University in the same field.


During her tenure at Ravitz Family Markets, Jessica pioneered the current financial budgeting process, created audit processes for the inventory system, and changed the company’s financial reporting process.

Jessica resides in Franklinville, NJ.

Amanda Fischer, Marketing, Business Development and Outreach Manager, Village Super Market

After spending years studying food and human nutrition, Amanda’s first job was as a retail dietitian for ShopRite.

In the 11 years since joining the Village Super Market, she has held positions in community relations, business development, communications and marketing.

In her current role, she is responsible for leading marketing and outreach activities for Village Super Market, which operates 38 outlets including ShopRite stores, Fairway Markets and Gourmet Garage specialty stores in Manhattan.

She runs the Village Volunteer Corp, manages the company’s charitable activities, and sits on the board of the Sumas Family Foundation, which provides grants to local nonprofits.

Amanda resides in Eatontown, NJ.

About Wakefern Food Corp.

From a small local co-op that started with eight grocery store owners, Wakefern Food Corp. became the largest retailer-owned cooperative in the United States.

Founded in 1946, the cooperative includes nearly 50 member families who today independently own and operate 363 supermarkets under the ShopRite, Price Rite Marketplace, The Fresh Grocer, Dearborn Market, Gourmet Garage and Fairway Market banners in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.

For more information, please visit www.wakefern.com

About ShopRite

ShopRite is the registered trademark of Wakefern Food Corp., a retailer-owned cooperative based in Keasbey, NJ, and the largest supermarket cooperative in the United States.

With nearly 280 ShopRite supermarkets located in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland, ShopRite serves millions of customers every week.

Through its ShopRite Partners In Caring program, ShopRite is dedicated to ending hunger in the communities it serves.

Since the program began in 1999, ShopRite Partners In Caring has donated $62 million to food banks that support more than 2,200 worthwhile charities.

As title sponsor of the ShopRite LPGA Classic presented by Acer, ShopRite has donated $34 million to local organizations, hospitals and community groups. For more information, please visit www.shoprite.com.

Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN)

The mission of the TWIN Award is to honor women who have excelled in their fields and made significant contributions to the industry in leadership, management and professional roles and to salute companies whose policies and practices encourage achievement of women and that promote equal opportunity for advancement for women from diverse backgrounds. backgrounds.

Through TWIN, the YWCA encourages women to consider and prepare for a wider range of career opportunities and to contribute meaningfully at work.

For more information on this year’s awards ceremony or the winners, visit: http://www.ywcatwinmidjersey.org/

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