Last Shopping: Negozi online, Vendita e Prezzi on-line #online #fashion #retailers


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iPod Touch l’ultima novità in fatto di lettori multimediali in casa Apple. L’iPod Touch offre l’opportunità di ascoltare musica e guardare filmati, dotato inoltre di connessione Wi-Fi per navigare in internet in totale tranquillità, potete controllare il meteo, seguire la borsa, inviare e-mail.

Entra a scoprire nel sito ufficiale Apple il nuovo iPhone 5, acquista online. A partire da € 729

La custodia perfetta per il vostro nuovissimo iPad 2, creata appositamente dalla per proteggere e esaltare al meglio le già speciali funzioni del gioiellino di casa Apple.

E’ uscito il nuovo lettore Apple Shuffle, con 2GB di capacità di memoria, fino a 15 ore di riproduzione audio, pesa appena 12,5 grammi.


How Long Does Dry Ice Last? Shelf Life, Storage, Expiration #online #deals #websites


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Dry Ice

How Long Does Dry Ice Last?

How long does dry ice last. Dry ice stored in a cooler will last for 18-24 hours, other storage times and conditions are listed below. The shelf life of dry ice depends mainly on how the dry ice is stored and the size of the brick. Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide, the same gas that we exhale and that plants use for photosynthesis. It is never a liquid, it goes from a -109.3 F solid state directly into the gas stage.

Because of these properties, dry ice enjoys most of its popularity at Halloween for making a fabulous “witch’s brew”. When a block is placed in a pot and liquid is added, a white billowy steam “brews” from the pot creating an enchanting effect. For this reason, most party stores will carry it only during the month of October. See Halloween punch recipes for some frightening ideas that use dry ice.

It is also used by shipping companies for packaging frozen items to keep them frozen until they reach their recipient. If you have ever received chocolates in the summer you may have noticed that the packaging was not completely sealed. It was probably packaged with dry ice, which can actually be used for keeping things cold all year long.

But, dry ice is NOT a food and should NEVER be directly touched or consumed!

So, how long does dry ice last. The following table for how long dry ice lasts is based on an average 5 pound brick of dry ice that remains whole (not broken into pieces). Because of its short shelf life, dry ice should be purchased as close to when you need it as possible.

When properly stored, dry ice lasts past the purchase date for approximately.

Of course, dry ice lasts for a shorter period of time if it is not stored properly. It subliminates (turns from solid form to gas form) at a rate of about 5-10 pounds every 24 hours. So, if you need about 15 pounds of dry ice for the next day you need to buy 20-25 pounds the day before. It can be found at select local grocers or online at frozenontime.

How to tell if Dry Ice is bad, rotten or spoiled?

Practicing proper hygiene and food safety techniques will help prevent foodborne illness.

If you see it, it’s good. If it’s bad, it’s invisible. Pretty simple! Remember, NEVER touch or taste dry ice – it will cause severe burns to your hands, throat or any other part of your body. Use thick rubber gloves or tools to handle the pieces of ice.

There are, of course, certain health risks associated with spoiled foods so always remember to practice food safety and enjoy your foods before their shelf life has expired!

How to store Dry Ice to extend its shelf life?

Dry ice must be stored and handled properly to extend its shelf life. Store dry ice in a cooler – proper storage of dry ice is to place it in an insulated cooler with the lid loosely closed. Make sure the lid is loose and do NOT use an airtight container, like we recommend for food, because the build up of carbon dioxide gases as the dry ice subliminates could cause the container to burst and send sharp pieces of plastic flying in all directions! Repeat: do NOT store dry ice in a completely airtight container. The cooler or ice chest should then be kept in the coolest area possible which is also a well ventilated area. A nice shady spot outside works great. Continue reading for a list of dry ice precautions.

Some benefits of proper food storage include eating healthier, cutting food costs and helping the environment by avoiding waste.

Interesting facts about Dry Ice:

Now some DON’Ts and safety precautions:

1) DON’T store dry ice in your freezer. It is much colder than a home freezer and will cause the thermostat of the freezer to shut the freezer down.

2) NEVER leave dry ice in your closed vehicle or in a closed room. Also keep your windows down in the car as you are transporting any of this substance.

3) NEVER sleep in the same room where you are storing dried ice.

4) NEVER let dry ice touch your skin. ALWAYS use insulated gloves or tongs to handle dry ice.

5) NEVER eat or drink any dry ice or dry ice fragments. It will seriously burn your throat.

*CAUTION: LEAVE the room quickly if you have trouble breathing around dry ice.

Watch this quick video to view the proper way to handle this substance.

How to use extra before your Dry Ice goes bad?

Disposal of Dry Ice :

To dispose of dry ice after storage, leave it outside or in a bucket of water in a well ventilated area – either place will cause it to quickly turn back into carbon dioxide gas and it will be soon gone.

How long is Dry Ice good for when prepared in a dish?

How long does dry ice last in a cooler? That depends. How long does fruit juice last? In general, dry ice will subliminate very quickly when submerged in a liquid, so it is the shelf life of the liquid that it is mixed with that is of concern.


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Shopping can be a trial for some, and it s a widely held belief that many men can find it more of a chore than women. Aiming to improve the experience for men, Hointer added QR codes to their jeans so that customers could simply scan the code in order to get their desired size delivered to a changing room ready for them to try on. This streamlined process saves customers from having to wade through piles of clothing to find their size, ultimately speeding up a shopping trip for those who would rather be elsewhere.

2. Facebook app lets runners pay with kilometers completed

We ve seen apps that reward their users with motivational phrases when they exercise. However, Nike Mexico took this a step further with their Facebook auction, Subasta de Kilometros, which allowed runners to accrue points for every kilometre run and then use these points to bid on Nike-branded running gear in the auction. Through this app Nike Mexico cannily provided an extra incentive for runners to keep fit, at the same time as promoting their products.

3. In China, virtual reality stores turn open spaces into a supermarket

With the aim of providing a more interactive shopping experience, Yihaodian in China developed augmented reality stores that can only be accessed in certain public locations. When customers point their smartphone in the right direction at locations such as public squares, a virtual store is displayed where items sit on shelves or hang from the walls. This app provides a simulation of a physical retail store so shoppers can feel more immersed in their online shopping trip.

4. In Denmark, supermarket crowdsources suggestions for local products

As concerns grow over food air miles, and more consumers want to buy local, SuperBrugsen in Denmark has come up with a novel way of ensuring that the produce they stock will appeal to eco-minded consumers. Through their website, customers can suggest particular local items they would like the store to stock, after which managers will taste-test the items to ensure their quality. A clever way to use customer crowdsourcing to ensure that the store only stocks items that will sell. The crowds have also been put to good effect in the Netherlands through the Avoid The Shopping Crowds app that analyzes social media feeds to tell the user how busy a shop is before they enter it. Both businesses use crowdsourced data to improve real life experience.

5. Mobile app lets retail store shoppers skip the checkout lines

The convenience of popping to the shops for a few grocery items can be hampered by long queues. This was something the brains behind QThru recognized when they developed their app, which allows shoppers to browse, scan and buy products all through their phone. Skipping the queues is an appealing prospect for many, and with that in mind we also saw SoPost. which uses customer s email addresses to deliver purchases, rather than the traditional home or work address. An interesting idea that reflects the increasingly mobile lives many lead.

6. Brazilian fashion retailer displays Facebook ‘likes’ for items in its real-world stores

We ve seen those involved in retail adjust impressively to the increasingly online world we live in. C A provided a good example of how the real world and the online can converge to create a modern shopping experience. By displaying Facebook ‘likes’ on small screens embedded in articles hangers, the retailers showed the increasing tally of ‘likes’ different items of clothing were receiving from web users. The hope was that approval from the online community would encourage shoppers to purchase an item of clothing.

7. Machine accepts cards for tips

Increasingly, cash is being passed up in favor of card payments. This makes for a lighter purse, but can also mean that cash rituals such as tipping can be left by the way side. DipJar aims to remedy this by offering an easy way for cardholders to tip, in the form of a machine placed near the till that customers need only place their card into quickly for a USD 1 tip to be taken. If they wish to give more they can just place the card the desired amount of times. A simple innovation for the retail industry that encourages generosity in a world where plastic is paramount.

8. Calming UK store campaign includes quiet shopping areas and debranded products

Facing the shops can be a fraught experience, particularly at busy times such as seasonal sales or the lead-up to Christmas. Nowhere are the staff more aware of the stress involved in shopping than at Selfridges, a huge UK department store, and they decided to lessen the burden for customers by introducing the No Noise campaign. Specifically, when customers entered designated silent areas they had to remove their shoes and hand over their phones. All products in these zones were de-branded. Concern for customers will rarely go unappreciated, and Selfridges may well have earned themselves a few life-long customers with this campaign.

9. In New York, bedroom furniture store lets customers nap for free

Making customers feel comfortable can only increase the likelihood that they will make both a purchase and a return visit. COCO-MAT took this truism quite literally, and offered a try-before-you-buy approach for their beds. Visitors to the store were allowed to nap in the beds for a couple of hours and received a free glass of orange juice, but were not obliged to buy after trying. The idea behind the campaign was to spread word of the bed store and consequently increase footfall.

10. At Brazilian retailer, RFID tracks merchandise from manufacturer to customer

Shop assistants must dread the words Have you got any more of…? seeing as it often prompts a trawl through the back room to see if an item is available in a particular size. But Brazilian Memove s RFID stock tracking technology could consign such headaches to the past thanks to tags stitched into the clothing that monitor all items from manufacturing to the moment the customer walks out of the shop with the purchased product. Keeping track of the stock supply chain can be made much simpler through the use of technology, and Memove provides a fine example.

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iPod Touch l’ultima novità in fatto di lettori multimediali in casa Apple. L’iPod Touch offre l’opportunità di ascoltare musica e guardare filmati, dotato inoltre di connessione Wi-Fi per navigare in internet in totale tranquillità, potete controllare il meteo, seguire la borsa, inviare e-mail.

Entra a scoprire nel sito ufficiale Apple il nuovo iPhone 5, acquista online. A partire da € 729

La custodia perfetta per il vostro nuovissimo iPad 2, creata appositamente dalla per proteggere e esaltare al meglio le già speciali funzioni del gioiellino di casa Apple.

E’ uscito il nuovo lettore Apple Shuffle, con 2GB di capacità di memoria, fino a 15 ore di riproduzione audio, pesa appena 12,5 grammi.


How Long Does Dry Ice Last? Shelf Life, Storage, Expiration #online #offers


#dry ice retailers

#

Dry Ice

How Long Does Dry Ice Last?

How long does dry ice last. Dry ice stored in a cooler will last for 18-24 hours, other storage times and conditions are listed below. The shelf life of dry ice depends mainly on how the dry ice is stored and the size of the brick. Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide, the same gas that we exhale and that plants use for photosynthesis. It is never a liquid, it goes from a -109.3 F solid state directly into the gas stage.

Because of these properties, dry ice enjoys most of its popularity at Halloween for making a fabulous “witch’s brew”. When a block is placed in a pot and liquid is added, a white billowy steam “brews” from the pot creating an enchanting effect. For this reason, most party stores will carry it only during the month of October. See Halloween punch recipes for some frightening ideas that use dry ice.

It is also used by shipping companies for packaging frozen items to keep them frozen until they reach their recipient. If you have ever received chocolates in the summer you may have noticed that the packaging was not completely sealed. It was probably packaged with dry ice, which can actually be used for keeping things cold all year long.

But, dry ice is NOT a food and should NEVER be directly touched or consumed!

So, how long does dry ice last. The following table for how long dry ice lasts is based on an average 5 pound brick of dry ice that remains whole (not broken into pieces). Because of its short shelf life, dry ice should be purchased as close to when you need it as possible.

When properly stored, dry ice lasts past the purchase date for approximately.

Of course, dry ice lasts for a shorter period of time if it is not stored properly. It subliminates (turns from solid form to gas form) at a rate of about 5-10 pounds every 24 hours. So, if you need about 15 pounds of dry ice for the next day you need to buy 20-25 pounds the day before. It can be found at select local grocers or online at frozenontime.

How to tell if Dry Ice is bad, rotten or spoiled?

Practicing proper hygiene and food safety techniques will help prevent foodborne illness.

If you see it, it’s good. If it’s bad, it’s invisible. Pretty simple! Remember, NEVER touch or taste dry ice – it will cause severe burns to your hands, throat or any other part of your body. Use thick rubber gloves or tools to handle the pieces of ice.

There are, of course, certain health risks associated with spoiled foods so always remember to practice food safety and enjoy your foods before their shelf life has expired!

How to store Dry Ice to extend its shelf life?

Dry ice must be stored and handled properly to extend its shelf life. Store dry ice in a cooler – proper storage of dry ice is to place it in an insulated cooler with the lid loosely closed. Make sure the lid is loose and do NOT use an airtight container, like we recommend for food, because the build up of carbon dioxide gases as the dry ice subliminates could cause the container to burst and send sharp pieces of plastic flying in all directions! Repeat: do NOT store dry ice in a completely airtight container. The cooler or ice chest should then be kept in the coolest area possible which is also a well ventilated area. A nice shady spot outside works great. Continue reading for a list of dry ice precautions.

Some benefits of proper food storage include eating healthier, cutting food costs and helping the environment by avoiding waste.

Interesting facts about Dry Ice:

Now some DON’Ts and safety precautions:

1) DON’T store dry ice in your freezer. It is much colder than a home freezer and will cause the thermostat of the freezer to shut the freezer down.

2) NEVER leave dry ice in your closed vehicle or in a closed room. Also keep your windows down in the car as you are transporting any of this substance.

3) NEVER sleep in the same room where you are storing dried ice.

4) NEVER let dry ice touch your skin. ALWAYS use insulated gloves or tongs to handle dry ice.

5) NEVER eat or drink any dry ice or dry ice fragments. It will seriously burn your throat.

*CAUTION: LEAVE the room quickly if you have trouble breathing around dry ice.

Watch this quick video to view the proper way to handle this substance.

How to use extra before your Dry Ice goes bad?

Disposal of Dry Ice :

To dispose of dry ice after storage, leave it outside or in a bucket of water in a well ventilated area – either place will cause it to quickly turn back into carbon dioxide gas and it will be soon gone.

How long is Dry Ice good for when prepared in a dish?

How long does dry ice last in a cooler? That depends. How long does fruit juice last? In general, dry ice will subliminate very quickly when submerged in a liquid, so it is the shelf life of the liquid that it is mixed with that is of concern.


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Top 10 ideas from Retail over the last 12 months

Here s a rundown of our top ten innovative Retail ideas over the last year.

Shopping can be a trial for some, and it s a widely held belief that many men can find it more of a chore than women. Aiming to improve the experience for men, Hointer added QR codes to their jeans so that customers could simply scan the code in order to get their desired size delivered to a changing room ready for them to try on. This streamlined process saves customers from having to wade through piles of clothing to find their size, ultimately speeding up a shopping trip for those who would rather be elsewhere.

2. Facebook app lets runners pay with kilometers completed

We ve seen apps that reward their users with motivational phrases when they exercise. However, Nike Mexico took this a step further with their Facebook auction, Subasta de Kilometros, which allowed runners to accrue points for every kilometre run and then use these points to bid on Nike-branded running gear in the auction. Through this app Nike Mexico cannily provided an extra incentive for runners to keep fit, at the same time as promoting their products.

3. In China, virtual reality stores turn open spaces into a supermarket

With the aim of providing a more interactive shopping experience, Yihaodian in China developed augmented reality stores that can only be accessed in certain public locations. When customers point their smartphone in the right direction at locations such as public squares, a virtual store is displayed where items sit on shelves or hang from the walls. This app provides a simulation of a physical retail store so shoppers can feel more immersed in their online shopping trip.

4. In Denmark, supermarket crowdsources suggestions for local products

As concerns grow over food air miles, and more consumers want to buy local, SuperBrugsen in Denmark has come up with a novel way of ensuring that the produce they stock will appeal to eco-minded consumers. Through their website, customers can suggest particular local items they would like the store to stock, after which managers will taste-test the items to ensure their quality. A clever way to use customer crowdsourcing to ensure that the store only stocks items that will sell. The crowds have also been put to good effect in the Netherlands through the Avoid The Shopping Crowds app that analyzes social media feeds to tell the user how busy a shop is before they enter it. Both businesses use crowdsourced data to improve real life experience.

5. Mobile app lets retail store shoppers skip the checkout lines

The convenience of popping to the shops for a few grocery items can be hampered by long queues. This was something the brains behind QThru recognized when they developed their app, which allows shoppers to browse, scan and buy products all through their phone. Skipping the queues is an appealing prospect for many, and with that in mind we also saw SoPost. which uses customer s email addresses to deliver purchases, rather than the traditional home or work address. An interesting idea that reflects the increasingly mobile lives many lead.

6. Brazilian fashion retailer displays Facebook ‘likes’ for items in its real-world stores

We ve seen those involved in retail adjust impressively to the increasingly online world we live in. C A provided a good example of how the real world and the online can converge to create a modern shopping experience. By displaying Facebook ‘likes’ on small screens embedded in articles hangers, the retailers showed the increasing tally of ‘likes’ different items of clothing were receiving from web users. The hope was that approval from the online community would encourage shoppers to purchase an item of clothing.

7. Machine accepts cards for tips

Increasingly, cash is being passed up in favor of card payments. This makes for a lighter purse, but can also mean that cash rituals such as tipping can be left by the way side. DipJar aims to remedy this by offering an easy way for cardholders to tip, in the form of a machine placed near the till that customers need only place their card into quickly for a USD 1 tip to be taken. If they wish to give more they can just place the card the desired amount of times. A simple innovation for the retail industry that encourages generosity in a world where plastic is paramount.

8. Calming UK store campaign includes quiet shopping areas and debranded products

Facing the shops can be a fraught experience, particularly at busy times such as seasonal sales or the lead-up to Christmas. Nowhere are the staff more aware of the stress involved in shopping than at Selfridges, a huge UK department store, and they decided to lessen the burden for customers by introducing the No Noise campaign. Specifically, when customers entered designated silent areas they had to remove their shoes and hand over their phones. All products in these zones were de-branded. Concern for customers will rarely go unappreciated, and Selfridges may well have earned themselves a few life-long customers with this campaign.

9. In New York, bedroom furniture store lets customers nap for free

Making customers feel comfortable can only increase the likelihood that they will make both a purchase and a return visit. COCO-MAT took this truism quite literally, and offered a try-before-you-buy approach for their beds. Visitors to the store were allowed to nap in the beds for a couple of hours and received a free glass of orange juice, but were not obliged to buy after trying. The idea behind the campaign was to spread word of the bed store and consequently increase footfall.

10. At Brazilian retailer, RFID tracks merchandise from manufacturer to customer

Shop assistants must dread the words Have you got any more of…? seeing as it often prompts a trawl through the back room to see if an item is available in a particular size. But Brazilian Memove s RFID stock tracking technology could consign such headaches to the past thanks to tags stitched into the clothing that monitor all items from manufacturing to the moment the customer walks out of the shop with the purchased product. Keeping track of the stock supply chain can be made much simpler through the use of technology, and Memove provides a fine example.

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