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Tiny Home Kitchen Organization Tips

Tiny homes are incredibly popular these days. People are creating their dream homes from the ground up for a fraction of the price of a big home. They’re choosing to downsize rather than go bigger, and for good reasons. A tiny home can save you a lot of money compare to a standard size house. However, as you probably guessed, space is sacrificed in a small living space.

And when we say small space, we mean small! A tiny home is classified as a home that is generally smaller than 500 square feet. That’s smaller than some studio apartments! Since your tiny house kitchen space is so limited, virtually every inch must be functional. It also means that the space needs to work even harder to do the job.

It’s possible to make your tiny home kitchen space feel big with the right organization additions and tips. Shelves that Slide offers ideal options in organizational accessories and pull out shelves that are perfect for your tiny home! And even if you don’t live in a smaller space, your kitchen can still benefit from the following tips.

Ways to Create Space in a Tiny Home Kitchen

Pull outs

These filler pull outs create wonderful slim space. They completely transform the wasted space behind decorative fillers into functional storage pullouts. Not only do they provide great additional storage space, they allow you to easily access items. Available in 3″ and 6″ widths for base and wall cabinet applications, these awesome storage shelves are perfect for spices, oils, wine, and more.

Wire accessories

The bottoms of your cabinets are extremely useful when you have limited space in your kitchen. Rely on our various wire accessories that screw to the bottom of your cabinets and make the space super functional. Consider a bottle rack, quad stemware mount, and stemware holder to store essentials without clutter.

Our tray/lid divider is simple yet genius. It cuts down on storage space for pot and pan lids, baking trays, and more. Plus, it has a see-through wire design and snaps out for easy cleaning.

Tip out trays

If you’ve got a sink with a fake drawer on the front of it, you’re not the only one! This fake space is confusing because it doesn’t create any space at all – that is, unless you transform it into a tip out tray. It becomes the perfect place for storing that sponge or scrubber, not to mention that bar of soap. Some Rev-a-shelf tip outs even have a place to hold your rings.

How to Keep Your Tiny House Kitchen Tidy

Trash systems

Enlist our small waste management systems to keep trash out of sight. The best part is that our pull-out systems are easy to access. We offer many options, too! If you prefer to add your own waste container, consider slide out shelves in medium or tall side. We even have rev-a-shelf systems that come with Rubbermaid waste containers to keep trash contained and tidy.

Laundry organizers

Many tiny houses have laundry areas right next to the kitchen. We have pull out hampers to help organize your laundry. Available in wire, polymer, and canvas baskets as well as pull out and tilt out versions, these hampers make laundry easier to store and handle in small spaces.

Shelves that Slide Will Help You Organize Your Kitchen

Isn’t it time that you make your life easier by adding pullout shelves to your home? Shelves that Slide offers a large selection of custom made shelves and other accessories to help organize your kitchen, pantry, and bathroom cabinets. We are proud of the pullout shelves that we build, and we stand behind them! We really do make your life easier and we have been doing so for over twenty years! Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today if you have any questions about home organization or any of our products.



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Housemade: The science behind the skillets at Miss Ollie’s in Oakland



Welcome to Housemade, a new Chronicle column by culinary scientist Ali Bouzari. Here, we take diners on a guided tour of the silent science, brilliant ideas and awesome techniques behind your favorite restaurant menus.

At Miss Ollie’s in the Swan’s Market building in Old Oakland, Sarah Kirnon serves Caribbean food inspired by childhood memories of cooking in Barbados with her grandmother, the restaurant’s namesake. Kirnon’s dishes feel like hearty Rorschach inkblots that evoke our warmest, fuzziest culinary nostalgia, so words like “comforting, homey” and “soulful” tend to ooze across her many accolades. Those words are appropriate, but relying on them too often undersells the brilliance of Kirnon’s work.

The food at Miss Ollie’s carries a profoundly nourishing emotional payload, but like a beautiful handmade clock, much of the magic lies with the elegant, intricate system of gears turning beneath the surface. Kirnon deserves all of her rave reviews as a culinary master and as an ambassador of a magnificent eastern Caribbean food culture. She also deserves our thanks as a guardian of priceless culinary IP (intellectual property). I recently sat at the bar with Kirnon, where we drank aged rum and unfastened the face of three of her favorite dishes to marvel at the clockwork inside. Here’s how they work.


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Fried plantains

Peel medium-ripe plantains, fry in oil until tender. Cool, smash and fry again until golden brown. Top with cabbage, onion and scotch bonnet peppers pickled in sugarcane vinegar. Serve with house-cultured cream.

Most fruits and vegetables rely on sugar as chemical currency to grow and reproduce, but sugar is an unstable resource. It can attract a hungry predator, decompose into caramel or get fermented into booze in a flash. Rather than freewheeling with such a volatile asset, young fruits usually stockpile starch: millions of sugars threaded together into stable coils, like a botanical trust fund. When juvenile plantains mature and ripen, they liquidate their starchy holdings, rendering themselves into syrup from the inside out.

As a plantain dismantles starch chains into free sugars, it offers cooks an array of delicious tools to work with. Starch in a green plantain is a versatile scaffolding that can help create fluffy, creamy or shatteringly crisp textures, and sugar in a ripe plantain provides sweetness, stickiness, and fuel for turning golden brown when heated.

A Miss Ollie’s-style plantain relies on fruit caught perfectly in the middle of the starch-sugar spectrum. Kirnon sources six to eight cases a week of “ungassed” plantains — fruit that hasn’t been forced into a prolonged unripe limbo with added carbon dioxide — and allows them to ripen naturally in-house. Color changes during ripening can be random, so she calibrates her cooks’ hands to feel for the telltale moment when each banana begins to demolish its starchy skeleton.

Kirnon uses the heat of the first fry to massage the softened starch into a jiggly custard. Cooling and smashing each piece of fruit opens up more surface area for Kirnon to turn the sugars liberated by ripening into a form-fitting coat of heady plantain caramel with the final fry.

This delicately choreographed carbohydrate ballet gets garnished with “pikliz” (pronounced PEEkleez), a slaw of cabbage pickled with sugarcane vinegar, onions, scotch bonnet peppers and salt. To make the pikliz, the cooks at Miss Ollie’s grate onions and scotch bonnet peppers into the sugarcane vinegar. Scotch bonnets carry an oily essence with several of the same aromatic molecules as mangoes and other tropical fruits. By grating rather than chopping them, Kirnon maximizes the perfume harvested from each pepper and avoids having to use so many that their spicy burn becomes overwhelming. Dairy proteins and fats are perfect sponges for the oily capsaicin that causes the blaze in hot peppers, so Kirnon provides an additional insurance policy for those with delicate tongues by serving the dish with a side of Straus milk cultured into a stiff sour cream along with salt, pepper and lime.


Skillet-fried chicken

Immerse chicken in a brine of mace, clove, cinnamon, bay leaf, thyme, garlic and salt for four hours. Slash brined chicken to bone, tuck marinade of fresh scotch bonnet peppers, broad-leaf thyme, English thyme, oregano, clove, salt, lime and sugarcane vinegar between bone and flesh. Toss with buttermilk. Dredge in gluten-free flour to order and fry in cast-iron pan until golden brown. Serve with pepper sauce and seasonal vegetables.

Frying chicken in a cast-iron skillet feels like a straightforward tradition from an analog era, but beneath the surface of that oil, a maelstrom of interconnected transformations dictates the success or failure of every drumstick and thigh. Heat and aromas travel to the chicken through a vibrating mosh pit of decaying oil molecules. Water erupts from surface fissures as breading and skin shift from molten goo to crispy glass. Buttermilk and white flour darken to nutty golden brown. Muscle fibers get just hot enough to weep salt and spice-seasoned juices, but not so hot that they dry out. Balancing it all requires some astounding culinary calculus, and the Miss Ollie’s crew has everything mapped out.

Brining is the first step in the process. Salt acts like a lead weight to prevent moisture (water) from floating away when buoyed by the heat of the fryer. Traveling through rubbery skin and 2 inches of meat is tough, even for tiny salt molecules, so Kirnon slashes a salted herb marinade directly to the bone, helping to ensure that even the deepest recesses of meat stay moist and well-seasoned. This also allows the flesh to pack an herb-y punch without leaving a waterlogged wad of marinade in direct contact with the soon-to-be crisped skin.

The signature aroma of good fried chicken comes from frying oil used during its short-lived prime, so Kirnon treats her rice bran oil with as much care and attention as some chefs coddle premium tuna belly. Fresh frying oil tends to produce bland, blotchy fried chicken, because pristine, untouched fats bring nothing to the table in terms of aroma. Yet old oil yields burnt chicken that smells like catfish, since overused oils decompose into a smelly soup of fatty scraps after hours of hard work in a frothing, superheated crucible. The aromatic sweet spot lies between the two, with middle-aged oil that has experienced enough of the world to carry fragrant depth, but is still young enough to deliver clean flavors.

Miss Ollie’s sells a lot of fried chicken, and the crew refreshes its oil several times a day to keep everything operating at peak performance, including during dinner service. Before a batch of used oil can turn rancid, a cook pulls the heavy, shimmeringly hot pan off the fire and pours the still-sizzling oil through a coffee filter into an extra-large skillet that is kept aside as a reservoir. The next batch of fresh oil gets seasoned with a small amount of filtered oil from the last batch to fast-forward it straight to its zenith.

Whoever works the fry station at Miss Ollie’s needs to keep at least three cast irons churning through chicken without the aid of the digital temperature controllers that are typically built into most modern fryers. Heat lumbers slowly through cast iron, so it takes a long time to course-correct if the temperature drifts. Kirnon insulates her cooks from that uncertainty with help from an unexpected ally: gluten-free flour.

Yes, one of the most celebrated fried chicken dishes in the country is secretly gluten-free. To be clear, Kirnon doesn’t care about gluten-free cooking. But gluten is a protein, a potent fuel that can drive browning in fried chicken straight past golden brown to acrid and burnt. A combination of potato, garbanzo and tapioca starches allows Kirnon to slow down the browning, affording her cooks the flexibility to wait until the meat in every piece of chicken becomes fully and perfectly cooked without worry of burning the crust.

Kirnon wants that crust to be crispy, not thick and crunchy, so when her cooks aren’t wrestling cauldrons of boiling oil for a fryer change or herding a flock of dozens of bubbling wings at a time, they’re dredging more birds to order. Without time to hydrate and form a thick paste, the batter dapples the surface of each piece with crispy pebbles rather than a homogenous shell.

Cast-iron pans aren’t magical. The care with which the Miss Ollie’s crew curates the perfect frying environment, however, yields supernatural results.


Red pea soup

Marinate whole goat with lime, salt, thyme and sugarcane vinegar. Simmer head and testicles with carrots, onions and bay leaf for two hours. Strain. Saute red peas (soaked overnight), diced shallots, thyme and hot peppers with goat and coconut fats. Deglaze with goat stock and crushed tomatoes. Once peas are tender, crush gently with potato masher. Knead wheat flour, nutmeg, salt, lime, shallot and baking powder with water to form spinner dumplings; poach in soup to order.

Goat meat contains several relatively delicate types of fat and protein, which disintegrate during cooking and launch gamey-smelling fragments toward your nose. The Caribbean marinating technique called “lime and salting” evolved to simultaneously season the meat and temper the aroma.

Acidic ingredients like lime juice can alter the behavior of anything pH-sensitive in a piece of food — they can give proteins in ceviche a springy bite or turn pigments in purple cabbage a violent red. Lowering the pH of goat meat transforms some of its smelliest compounds, cementing them in place and preventing them from reaching your nose. Thyme and other resinous herbs like oregano and rosemary also provide natural antioxidant resins to keep some of the fat from breaking down in the first place.

Once stabilized, Kirnon puts those fats and proteins to work building an impossibly rich broth. On a molecular level, succulent stocks are just a tangle of ropey proteins in water. Those proteins thicken the broth and help keep fat evenly distributed and creamy. The head of the goat is packed with collagen, which unwinds to yield sticky gelatin over the course of a long simmer. In Barbados, broth prepared with the testicles added is called “mannish water.” Apart from enhancing mannishness, the testicles contribute more protein to the mix.

This soup is loaded with more fat than protein alone can wrangle, so Sarah sends in carbohydrate reinforcements. By gently crushing some of the red beans and tomatoes and cooking the spinner dumplings directly in each serving of soup, she weaves starch and pectin into the protein web, repairing any holes in the net that might allow oil to escape and pool at the top of the bowl. Instead of an oil slick, you get the velvety texture of decadent chowder.


Breathing life into a Caribbean grandmother’s inspiration is admirable work, but let’s also relish how awesome it is that the grandmother was so right about stuff. All of our Miss Ollies were probably right about a lot of brilliantly delicious things, and digging in is just one more way to connect with them. Soul food has science on the inside. Let’s celebrate that, too.

Dr. Ali Bouzari is a culinary scientist, author, and co-founder of Pilot RD and Render. Twitter: @alibouzari Instagram: @bouzariali

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Global Disposable Dinnerware Market Outlook 2018-2022: Mozaik, PrimeWare, Hefty, Belix

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These Are the Best Fronts for IKEA Kitchen Cabinets

In the world of kitchen renovations, there are two categories: IKEA kitchen cabinets and everything else. Being demonstrably less expensive than pretty much every other option out there (think: a few thousand dollars versus tens of thousands), IKEA cabinet systems are used in even decidedly fancy homes as a way to curb costs. The trick to making them look much more expensive than they really are? Custom cabinet fronts! So popular is this option that a handful of folks have started companies expressly for this purpose, so you can choose from a range of retailers, styles, and materials, depending on the look you’re going for. Installing a kitchen is a serious matter—this isn’t a quickie DIY upgrade—but the results will be well worth the trouble. Here are our favorite makers of door and drawer fronts for IKEA kitchen cabinets, and also a few up-and-comers that make covers for freestanding IKEA cabinets.

Reform: If you’re looking for a more modern and bespoke take on IKEA cabinets, consider Copenhagen-based Reform and its cabinet fronts and countertops designed by renowned architects. Its Basis line, inspired by 1960’s architect kitchens, feature painted, veneer, linoleum, and even brass fronts with chic little finger pulls instead of bulky knobs. Or you can get even fancier, with the powder-coated Fold by Sigurd Larsen collection, or the diagonally grained Degree line by Cecilie Manz. Ships worldwide.

A Los Angeles couple worked with designer Natalie Meyers to use Semihandmade mahogany cabinet fronts mixed with colorful ones in their midcentury home.

Semihandmade: Perhaps the best-known option for customizing IKEA cabinet systems (Karlie Kloss used them in her Kode With Klossy office), Semihandmade offers American-crafted cabinet doors in melamine, wood veneer, thermafoil, and the like. Styles are abundant, too: Shaker, slab, beaded, even reclaimed wood grains, and its most recent collaboration with Sarah Sherman Samuel is a modern take on beadboard. No matter what style you choose, a serious perk of this company is that its cabinet doors ship in just one week. Ships to US and lower Canadian provinces.

Plykea: Are you big on the whole plywood-everything trend? Good—us too. In the world of cabinet fronts, Plykea might be your best option for that look: It makes Formica and birch plywood cabinet doors and worktops to work with IKEA systems. The look is super streamlined and a bit raw, with every piece made to order to suit your specific kitchen system. Ships to Europe and the UK, with hopes to launch in San Francisco and ship to the U.S. “very soon.”

Kokeena: This Portland, Oregon, retailer stands out for its commitment to using low-impact paints and finishes and wood that has been sustainably harvested—so you can feel good about your purchase in addition to being very pleased with how it looks. Choose from premium wood grains like walnut and white oak or various paints and laminates. Ships to U.S. and Canada.

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Superfront: With funky, youthful designs for cabinet fronts, pulls, and handles—think raised scalloped patterning and colors like pink and lilac—this Stockholm-based outfit can help you cover a whole IKEA kitchen cabinet system, a few closet doors, or just a simple freestanding sideboard. Fronts ship to Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, U.K., and Germany; handles and legs can be shipped worldwide.

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Norse Interiors: A newcomer to the Scandinavian-inspired IKEA front game, Norse makes doors, sides, tops, and accessories to trick out freestanding storage cabinets and TV stands in the Besta line. Colors are minimal and subdued while designs get a bit geometric. Ships to U.S. only.

Frontly by Prettypegs: If you’re reading all this, hoping there’s an option for the not-at-all DIY-inclined, consider Frontly, a line of self-adhesive cabinet fronts that can be applied to pieces from the Besta line. Accordingly, they’re going to be a bit less expensive than other options—think $26 for a single front rather than more like $100. Ships worldwide.

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Never Cook Over High Heat in a Nonstick Pan

A lot of home cooks use nonstick pans everyday, relying on the pan for everything from fried eggs and bacon to chicken breasts, salmon fillets, and all sorts of vegetables. Here’s the thing, though: You really shouldn’t be using that handy and oh-so-easy-to-reach-for nonstick skillet for absolutely everything! It may be easy to use and a breeze to clean, but if you are constantly using it to cook things over a high heat, stop immediately — and keep reading to find out why it is so bad to heat nonstick pans over a very high heat over and over again!


The main reason not to crank that flame to the max is because the nonstick surface will begin to deteriorate if it is constantly exposed to high heat. This can also cause the pan to release nasty and potentially toxic fumes while cooking — definitely something you want to avoid in food preparation.

But as well as all that potential for nasty toxicity, there’s also the fact that you should be using different pans for specific purposes anyway. There’s no need to use your nonstick pan for absolutely everything; in fact, you specifically should not. Instead of automatically reaching for it every time you cook, use it with more intention and turn to it when you are cooking things like crêpes, omelettes, and fried eggs — in other words, those really delicate foods that shouldn’t be cooked over more than medium heat anyway.

You’re best served using a variety of pans, but before you rush off and mortgage your house, or start selling things on Ebay, don’t worry! You certainly do not need to spend a fortune buying a new set of fancy and expensive pans to up your home-cooking game. A few solid choices — even just one great acquisition — will be all you need. And a good pan is something that, if treated well and properly cared for, can literally last a lifetime.

I am, of course, talking about the heavy-duty kitchen all-star that is a cast-iron pan — a fantastic piece of equipment that every cook should possess and can be bought for less than $50.

You can cook almost anything in cast iron, and if treated properly cast iron will, in fact, behave in a nonstick fashion that may surprise you. A well-seasoned cast-iron pan can totally replace your favorite nonstick, and rather than health risks, cast iron might even have some health benefits. So why not give it a try? Give it a buy (check out our alltime favorite cast-iron pan) and cook some of these 12 great recipes to make in your cast-iron pan!

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Electric Cookware Market – New Industry Trends: Consolidating to Meet Consumer Demands

Cookware is a type of vessel or container in which food is prepared. Cookware comprises various cooking pots, such as frying pans and saucepans. These pots are intended for use on a range, cooktop or a stove. The material used in the manufacturing of cookware has a substantial effect on its performance, cost, and thermal conductivity. Materials used in manufacturing of cookware are pottery, metals, PTFE non-stick, coated and composite material, and others. Metals used in manufacturing of cookware are aluminum, copper, stainless steel, cast iron, and carbon steel.

Aluminum metal has very good thermal conductivity and is lightweight. It is also resistant to corrosion. Other non-metallic cookware materials include glass, ceramics, stone, and silicone. Electric cookware is one of the best examples of modern home appliance. As the name suggests, this cookware works on electricity. There are various types of electric cookware available in the market. Rice cookers, frying pans, slow cookers, tea and coffee makers, and egg boilers are types of electric cookware used in modern kitchens.

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The electric cookware market is expected to expand at a decent rate during the forecast period. The demand for electric cookware is anticipated to increase due to rising urban population and ever increasing number of the middle class in developing countries such as China and India. Furthermore, due to improved lifestyle in emerging countries, disposable income of individuals has increased and people tend to buy stylish and new home appliances. These factors have forced companies to manufacture a variety of electric cookware. Ease of use of electric cookware, stylish looks, safety of the product, convenient and faster mode of cooking, ease of cleaning, and eco friendliness are the factors which are also expected to contribute to the growth of the electric cookware market. Factors such as use of traditional cookware, cookware which is operated on the gas in some parts of the world, and health related concerns might act as a restraint to the growth of the electric cookware market.

The electric cookware market is segmented on the basis of product type, structure, end-user, and region. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into rice cooker, slow cooker, deep fryer, fry pan, tea and coffee maker, and others. The electric cookware market is segmented on the basis of structure into built-in, and free stand. On the basis of end-user, the market is classified into residential and commercial. The commercial electric cookware market generates more revenue than the residential electric cookware market. This is because the cookware used for commercial cooking is generally electric cookware due to its ease of use, and is safer than other appliances. The electric cookware market is divided into North America, Middle East Africa, Europe, Asia Pacific, and South America on the basis of region. Furthermore, these regions are subdivided into various countries such as the U.S., U.K., Germany, Italy, China, India, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Brazil.

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Some of the key players in the electric cookware market include Panasonic Corporation, Maxim, Koninklijke Philips N.V., Breville, Williams-Sonoma Inc., Midea Group, Joyoung Singapore, Toshiba Corporation, New World, Electrolux, BSH Home Appliances FZE, General Electric, Morphy Richards, Samsung, Dacor, and LG Electronics. The key players in the market focus on innovation in the technology and design of cookware to remain competitive. New product launch and acquisition are the key developmental strategies of manufactures to meet the consumer requirements and increase their consumer base. Furthermore, the companies launch exciting offers to promote their products and adopt innovative marketing strategies to attract consumers.

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Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market Opportunities, Trends, Size And Market Share 2018 – 2026 – Research …

“Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market: Global Industry Trends, Market Size, Competitive Analysis and Forecast – 2018 – 2026”, this study is recently published by Research Corridor covering global market size for Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery market for the key segments and further cross-regional segmentation of these segments for the period 2016 to 2026. 

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According to Research Corridor this study will provide in-depth analysis of segments on the basis of current trends, market dynamics and country level analysis of Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery industry. This report provides market estimates and forecast for the period 2016-2026, along with respective CAGRs for each segment and regional distribution for the period 2018-2026. In depth analysis of competitive landscape, porter’s five forces model, value chain analysis, and pricing strategies are also covered in the report scope.

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This report provides an exhaustive market analysis of the Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery industry presented through sections such as 
1. Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery: Market Summary
2. Key Developments in the Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Industry
3. Market Trends and Dynamics of Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Industry
4. Attractive Investment Proposition for Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market
5. Competitive Landscape of Key Market Players in Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Industry
6. Current Market Scenario and Future Prospects of the Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market
7. Mergers and Acquisitions in Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market
8. Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market Revenue and Forecast, by Segment A Type, 2016 to 2026
9. Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market Revenue and Forecast, by Segment B Type, 2016 to 2026
10. Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market Revenue and Forecast, by Segment C Type, 2016 to 2026
11. Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market Revenue and Forecast, by Segment D, 2016 to 2026
12. Opalware Dinnerware and Crockery Market Revenue and Forecast, by Geography, 2016 to 2026

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2. Compounded annual growth rate (CAGR%) for each segment in several regional markets by year 2026
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4. Profiles of key market players covering overall business operations, geographic presence, product portfolio, financial status and news coverage.

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