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IFSEA reaches beyond common culinary and restaurant professions, assisting professionals working behind the scenes and those seeking management roles as well. We hold annual conferences, culinary competitions, and award ceremonies to network and discuss current happenings, but mostly to have fun.
We also work on charitable programs such as certifications for homeless veterans. Our connections in the industry have helped countless individuals.
IFSEA membership is perfect for executive chefs, restaurant owners, catering directors, food suppliers, professionals, or students new to the industry. Let us help you broaden your skills and foster relationships needed to reach executive levels within the food service and hospitality industry. Other advantages include:
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Students are required to be in a room, monitored by someone who is NOT providing the direct instruction for the certification, except under extremely limited conditions. If only one individual is approved by IFSEA as a proctor, then the teacher of the material may proctor the exams and must be independently monitored by a second individual who does not provide direct instruction for the certification content to the individuals taking the test.

There are 932 questions in the Classmarker databank, spread across 9 GFI tests and 4 IFSEA tests. Most of the tests these questions came from have 80 questions, two have 150 questions. Those questions came from this bank of questions, which were not changed at all, the same questions reside on one of the 8 other subjects that GFI and IFSEA use. With our experience about what you need to “know, be and do,” we selected from the data bank questions in 5 subjects – food safety, food service management, customer service, culinary nutrition and culinary. There are 16 questions in each of those areas. The test was recently updated, keeping in mind what would be good things for someone new or fairly new to our industry to know.

In order to provide the teachers with the material to provide the 150 hours of training required, we will provide them with the PowerPoint slide shows for each of the 5 testing areas. For adults, each of those takes 6 to 8 hours of training, a full day. The teachers can pick out of this information, what information they would like to use. We will also provide the shorter (90 or so slides) slide show which is more test specific. We also have a spreadsheet indicating on that short version, where the questions are answered, which will help the teachers to cover the broad subject matter to be taught, being sure to cover the specific questions as well.

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The food certification market will register healthy growth in 2021 with worldwide revenues projected to increase by 10.30% year over year. Future Market Insights (FMI) has forecast the food certification market to reach US$ 8.4 billion in 2021 backed by the rising demand for food certified products.

Food certifications demand is on the rise due to the increasing consumption of meat based products. Increased consumption have compelled the governing bodies to impose stricter norms for security and quality of food products. This, in turn, have spurred the growth of food certification market.

Rising per capita income and rapid economic growth in developing countries like India and China are driving the food industry. This coupled with increasing penetration of retail food chains and services will positively influence the market growth over the forecast period.

Food producers are increasingly offering certified products to gain the consumers trust. With rising awareness for food transparency and clean-label movement gaining momentum, impressive growth is on the cards.

As per FMI, Asia Pacific food certification market is expected to expand at the highest level due to the ever increasing demand for certified and halal-certified food products, especially in India.

Alongside this, key player are adopting winning strategies such as mergers and acquisition to generate lucrative revenues. This will also positively affect the market. According to the report, rising awareness about certified food products will propel the market growth in the upcoming decade.

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  • Increasing consumption of processed food across the globe has spurred growth in the market. In terms of application, the meat segment will hold lion’s share in the global food certification market.
  • ISO 22000 and free-from certification type, collectively, are anticipated to dominate the market.
  • India is likely to emerge as a lucrative market due to the advent of multi-domestic food services and growing demand for halal food products.
  • Growing cases of foodborne diseases in the U.S are likely to spur the growth, bolstering the demand of food certification in the country.
  • China, Japan, and South Korea are expected to witness positive growth backed by the rising need for meat processed food certification.
  • Muslim countries in the Middle East will spur the market growth owing to the increased demand of kosher and halal certified food products.

“Key players are capitalizing on increasing demand for clean-label certification and halal food. Strong distribution networks with food supply chain will create lucrative opportunities for the key players,” says the FMI analyst.

Who is Winning?

Major players include Intertek Group PLC, Llyod’s Register Group Limited, AsureQuality Limited, Bureau Veritas, DEKRA SE, DNV GL, Eurofins Scientific, SGS SA, TÜV SÜD, and Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

Mergers and acquisition remains popular strategy adopted by key players to maintain their strong foothold in the industry. Top players including Intertek Group, SGS SA, Bureau Veritas SA, Eurofins Scientific, and ALS Limited account for nearly 45% of global market share.

Strong manufacturing facilities coupled with strong distribution networks will aid the revenue generation for these market players.

For instance, in September 2020, leading player Intertek Group PLC announced the partnership with Roquette to launch a new audit program for safer food supply chain through their audit practices.

In the same month, ALS announced the expansion of its company’s testing and certification services through including its new food laboratory under the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) satellite program.

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Killexams : The African Emergency Food Production Facility

Editor's note: Decision Makers is a global platform for decision makers to share their insights on events shaping today's world. Akinwumi A. Adesina is president of the Africa Development Bank Group. The article reflects the authors' opinions and not necessarily the views of CGTN.

It didn't take long for Russia's war in Ukraine to impact Africa. Already grappling with soaring inflation and still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, Africa now faces a shortage of at least 30 million metric tons of food - especially wheat, maize and soybean imported from Russia and Ukraine.

Fertilizer price hikes of over 300 percent make it increasingly difficult for African farmers to grow enough wheat, maize, rice and other crops. A growing number of people in Africa can no longer afford the price of bread.

Africa is struggling to mitigate a conflict-induced famine that could throw some 30 million Africans into catastrophic levels of food insecurity. It could deepen economic stress, and political unrest. With millions struggling to buy food, fuel and fertilizer, anti-government protests are a real possibility.

From the onset, the African Development Bank realized the strategic need to tackle the devastating impact of the war on Africa's food security. It was important to prevent unrest and even more human suffering. In May, the Bank established a $1.5 billion African Emergency Food Production Facility. In less than 60 days, it put into action $1.13 billion-worth of programs under the facility, and across 24 African countries. Half a dozen more programs are expected to get underway by September as more governments apply to the facility.

The African Emergency Food Production Facility will deliver climate-adapted, certified wheat and other staple crop seeds - and increased access to agricultural fertilizers - to 20 million farmers. Over the next two years, the facility will allow farmers to produce 38 million additional tons of food - a 30 percent increase in local production - worth an estimated $12 billion. To facilitate even greater global investment in Africa's agricultural sector, the facility will also support enhanced governance and policy reforms.

While this is a strong start, Africa needs the international community to fill a $200 million financing gap for the facility. U.S. President Joe Biden has endorsed the African Emergency Food Production Facility, and this is welcome support, as is his support for the African Development Bank's Africa Disaster Risk Financing Program.

To help African governments pay drought and flooding insurance premiums and respond better to food insecurity caused by climate change, the Disaster Risk Financing Program, is a much-needed futures element of the Facility. 

Farmers inspect the wheat plants during their production process in Nile Delta province of al-Minufiyah, Egypt, March 25, 2022. /CFP

Farmers inspect the wheat plants during their production process in Nile Delta province of al-Minufiyah, Egypt, March 25, 2022. /CFP

To boost agricultural production in Nigeria, Tanzania and Cote d'Ivoire, the Japan International Cooperation Agency has recently partnered with the African Development Bank to co-finance African Emergency Food Production Facility programs. International development agencies and a growing coalition of nations are also supporting the Africa Emergency Food Production Facility.

Launched in 2018, the African Development Bank's successful flagship Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) program is delivering technologies in the form of climate-resilient crop varieties - seeds that are resistant to drought, high temperatures or pests, for example.

In Ethiopia, thanks to TAAT-funded, heat-tolerant wheat seeds, the country boosted cultivated farmland from 50,000 hectares to 675,000 additional hectares in just four years. TAAT's climate-smart seeds allow the wheat crop to thrive in Ethiopia's arid, lowlands where ordinary wheat varieties do not generally do well.

More locally grown wheat has reduced Ethiopia's dependence on wheat imports. By embracing TAAT, the country did not need to import wheat, for the first time, this year. With the Bank's continued support, Ethiopia will become a wheat exporter in 2023. It plans to begin exporting to Kenya and Djibouti next year.

The African Development Bank knows what works.

TAAT has already reached 12 million farmers. We are calling on our international partners and governments to join us as we scale up TAAT through the new African Emergency Food Production Facility.

Our commitment to helping Africa grow more food by adapting to climate change has earned the support of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who recently said the Bank's allocation of half of its climate finance to adaptation is the standard for international development partners to follow. The U.S. Department of the Treasury has endorsed the African Emergency Food Production Facility as part of the International Financial Institution Action Plan to Address Food Insecurity - a shortlisted guide of programs for donor nation consideration.

Africa does not need food aid to feed itself. Africa needs right investments and seeds in the ground. 

The Africa Emergency Food Production Facility will provide an immediate solution to twin global challenges of conflict and climate change, and play immediate, medium and long-term roles in growing Africa's agriculture sector as a foundation for resilient African economies.

Policy reforms will help trigger structural reforms needed for market-based input distribution and to produce crops more competitively.

Today and well into the future, the African Development Bank is delivering a proven plan to unlock Africa's food production potential and see Africa become a breadbasket to the world.

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It’s no secret that Arizona is the home to many transplants. And before the state got an NFL franchise in 1988 – when the late Bill Bidwell moved the team from St. Louis to Phoenix and they were known as the Phoenix Cardinals – generations of Arizona natives latched on to high-profile teams televised in this market.

This kind of imprinting doesn’t fade easily.

Which means it’s a pretty safe bet that all of the Steelers, Bears, Eagles, Packers and Broncos logos affixed to bumper stickers, license plate frames and flags are indication that a chunk of Arizona doesn’t breathe the Rise Up Red Sea spirit.

Whatever the reason for your allegiance to a non-Cards team, chances are good that there’s a spot for you on game days. Here are sports bars where you can find fans wearing the same color jersey as you.

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Baltimore Ravens

Join The West Wing AZ on game day to cheer on the Ravens at two locations. According to the group’s Facebook page, they're the first official Baltimore fan group in Arizona and have joined forces with the original West Wing chapter in Los Angeles, who proudly declare themselves “the biggest and best displaced fan club” of the team led by dazzling QB Lamar Jackson.

K O’Donnells Sports Bar & Grill

Details: K O’Donnells Sports Bar & Grill, 14850 N. Northsight Blvd., Scottsdale. facebook.com/thewestwingaz.

Fuzzy’s Sports Grill

Details: Fuzzy’s Sports Grill, 8378 W. Thunderbird Road, Peoria. facebook.com/thewestwingaz.

Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills fans have three cheering spots around town, all homes to official “Bills Backers” chapters, which are certified by the Bills organization.

Pullano’s Pizza and Wings

Nothing beats pizza, wings and beer while watching a game with the Bills Wild West Backers.

Details: 13848 N. 51st Ave., Glendale. 602-978-1234, pullanos.com.

The HUB Grill and Bar

Cheer the Bills with the Bills Backers of East Valley Arizona in a private room with three large TVs and drink specials. The Hub has plenty of food options, including fan favorite Arizona smoked wings.

Details: 1925 S. Sossaman Road, Mesa. 480-718-5440, hubgrill.com.

Bottled Blonde

Enjoy the sights and sounds inside or on the beer garden over game day grub like pizza, wings and weekend brunch with the Bills Backers Phoenix.

Details: 7340 E Indian Plaza, Scottsdale. Phone: 480-970-1112, bottledblondepizzeria.com.

Bills fans can spend game day at Bottled Blonde, one of three spots for the fan base.

Chicago Bears

With so many Midwestern transplants in the Phoenix area, it’s no surprise that many sports bars lean heavily Chicago. Here are a few to choose from.

Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill

If you’re looking for a Chicago classic viewing experience, head over to Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill to enjoy burgers, beers and the Bears. Chicago transplants are encouraged to join Windy City’s meet up group for even more game day fun.

Details: 2121 E. Highland, Ave., Phoenix. 602-977-2700, halfmoonsportsgrill.com.

Hob Nob Sports Grill

Hob Nob is another home-away-from-home for Chicagoans. Hob Nob prides itself on its Chicago classics and reasonable prices.

Details: 7200 W. Chandler Blvd., Suite 14, Chandler. 480-940-4745, hobnobsports.com.

El Hefe Tempe

Arizona State University temporary transplants yearning for a bit of home to tie them over til the holidays can find it here along with tacos.

Details: 640 S. Mill Ave., Tempe. 480-257-2797, elhefe.com.

Cleveland Browns

According to the official fan site fans.clevelandbrowns.com, there are four Valley bars where Arizona Browns fans can cheer on — or bemoan — quarterback Baker Mayfield’s performance this season.


Phoenix Area Browns Backers head to the north Phoenix location of this local sports bar chain here for the game, but stay for the cold beer and comfort game food.

Details: 7575 N. 16th St., Phoenix. 602-997-0084, gallaghersaz.com.

Cactus Jacks

Southwest Browns Backers is Arizona’s largest chapter with more than 2,000 members in this die-hard crew that meets up weekly at this lively Ahwatukee spot.

Details: 4747 E. Elliot Road, Phoenix. facebook.com/SWBBinAZ.

Rosati’s Pizza Sports Pub

Game day home for the Browns Backers of Goodyear.

Details: 1729 N. Dysart Road, Avondale. 602-455-1000, myrosatis.com/avondale.


Meeting place for AZ Desert Dawgs.

Details: 15529 W. Bell Rd., Surprise. tailgatersaz.com.

Casa Amigos

It’s not a meeting spot for an official Browns chapter, but fans head to this buzzy nightclub during daylight hours to catch the action paired with along with Mexican food favorites and cold brews.

Details: 7340 E Indian Plaza, Scottsdale. 480-361-3440, casaamigosaz.com.

Dallas Cowboys

The Bench Bar

This bar is the weekly home of the nonprofit family-friendly Arizona 24/7 Dallas Cowboys Fan Club, which is 3,400-plus members strong and is known as the only premier fan club of its kind in the state. Massive viewing parties take place in a special designated spot and perks include raffles for cool Cowboys swag, party busses, trips to Dallas Cowboys games and more.

Details: 1807 E Baseline Road, Tempe. 480-345-1000, thebenchaz.com.

Denver Broncos

Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row

Whiskey Row is home to Broncos in the Desert, Arizona’s only official Broncos fan club, which boasts nearly 3,000 members. The group is recognized by the team and that means perks like getting a “Dropcam” in the bar so that live footage of Broncos fans in Scottsdale could be shown on the big screen at Mile High Stadium during games. Broncos in the Desert also has gifted thousands of dollars to local charities through game day raffles, where fans can try for cool Broncos swag while supporting causes such as local animal shelters and breast cancer awareness.

Details: 4420 N. Saddlebag Trail #105 Scottsdale. 480-945-4200, dierkswhiskeyrow.com.

Other official Broncos in the Desert locations:

Ginger Monkey Tavern

Details: 135 W. Ocotillo Road, Chandler. 480-802-6659, gingermonkeyaz.com.

Fletcher’s Sports Grill

Details: 20783 N 83rd Ave.,  #112, Peoria. Phone: 623-376-6067, fletcherssportsgrill.com.

The Cabin

Details: 9868 W. Northern Ave., Peoria. 623-772-5974, cabinwest.com.

Broncos fans can come together and enjoy a game at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, a popular country bar in Scottsdale.

Detroit Lions

The Bar PHX

The previous ownership was from Detroit. But the current ownership, which took over earlier this year, continues to roll with and embrace the Michigan theme.

Details: 3174 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix. 602-957-3686, thebarphx.com.

Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers and company have a huge following in the desert. Check out packer-bars.com to find a sports bar that’s likely to have a framed Favre, White or Starr jersey near you. It lists nearly 50 across the state. Here are a few standouts.

Sandbar Mexican Grill

A group of devoted fans known as Lambeau Field West congregates at Sandbar Desert Ridge on game days. In past years, it’s been the site of a Packer Pep Rally, an official event with the Green Bay organization, and a Packer Conga Line at the north end of the inside bar every game day.

Details: 21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix. 480-585-5900, sandbaraz.com.

Casey Jones Grill

This bar has been known as Cheesehead quarters since 1993. One of the owner of this neighborhood grill is a die-hard Packers fan from Wisconsin, so it’s no surprise that green and gold abound.

Details: 2848 E. Bell Road, Phoenix. 602-493-9930, caseyjonesgrill.com.


The Green Bay pride is right there in the name. Packers’ embellishment complete the vibe from the framed Brett Favre signed jersey to game day favorites like the Lambeau Leap sub and the Lombardi pizza.

Details: 20283 N. Lake Pleasant Road, Suite 110, Peoria. 623-566-6770, cheezheadz.com.

The Stadium Club

The home of the Arizona Pack fan club, with anywhere from 150-300 fans showing up for every game.

Details: 940 N Alma School Road, Ste. 109, Chandler. 480-963-3866, stadiumclubchandler.com.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts official fan chapter site lists two meeting spots for fans.

Salty Senorita

Fans head here for a satiating and cold cervezas.

Details: 3749 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. 480-947-2116, saltysenorita.com.

Bambinos Sports Grill

Although the menu flaunts dishes with baseball names, football is just as big as America’s Pastime around here.

Details: 3860 W. Happy Valley Road, Glendale. 623-516-2300, bambinossportsgrill.com.

Kansas City Chiefs

Pub Rock Live

On Chiefs game days, music venue and neighborhood bar Pub Rock Live becomes a mini Arrowhead Stadium with the vast majority of its clientele rooting for the team once again poised to challenge the Patriots for the AFC spot in the Super Bowl led by do-no-wrong phenom Patrick Mahomes.

Details: 8005 E. Roosevelt St., Scottsdale. 480-945-4985, pubrocklive.com.

Los Angeles Chargers

Connolly’s Sports Grill

The owners of this spot are from San Diego, and their Charger pride is evident all over the bar — including a customized Chargers motorcycle that hangs above the bar. Despite the team’s move to L.A., Bolts fans pack the place to watch the games and enjoy food and drink specials.

Details: 2605 W. Carefree Highway, Phoenix. 623-879-5997, connollysgrill.com.

Riot House

This Old Town spot features elevated food and drinks for Chargers fans on Sunday game days.

Details: 4425 N. Saddlebag Trail #105, Scottsdale. 480-935-5910, riothousescottsdale.com.

Riot House is a lively setting where Chargers fans can watch their team play.

Los Angeles Rams

Max’s Sports Bar

Rams fans gather here and can be found in a designated room that comes complete with their own menu.

Details: 6727 N 47th Ave., Glendale. 623-937-1671, facebook.com/maxssportsbar.

Miami Dolphins

RTO Sullivan’s

There may not be an official fan club for the Miami Dolphins in Arizona but RTO Sullivan’s is a good place to meet fans of the team. Phins.com lists the bar as the watering hole where Dolphins fans show up and celebrate or commiserate together.

Details: 6646 Superstition Springs Blvd., Mesa. 480-396-9933, rtosullivans.com.

Minnesota Vikings

Four Peaks Brewery

It’s purple and gold as far as the eye can see at the original Tempe location of this brewery, where the owners hail from Minnesota and it’s “Skol Vikings” every Sunday.

Details: 1340 E. Eighth St., Tempe. 480-303-9967, fourpeaks.com.

The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen

Owner Jared Allen played for four different teams in his 11 years in the NFL, but spent five of them with Minnesota – the longest he’d been with any team.

Details: 26 S Farmer Ave., Tempe. 480-967-0578, thelodgetempe.com.

The Horny Toad

The famous from scratch fried chicken and prime rib are among the ideal football eats at this saloon.

Details: 6738 East Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek. 480-488-9542, thehornytoad.com.

New England Patriots

Toso’s Sports Bar and Grill

The New England Patriots Fan Club of Arizona is in its 23rd season and is more than 1,000 members strong. Meet-ups are held at Toso’s Sports Bar and Grill every game day. You don’t have to be a member of the club to enjoy cold drinks and a good game, but there are perks if you are. Members receive a monthly newsletter, weekly door prizes and discounts at Toso’s.

Details: 2401 W. Union Hills Drive, Phoenix. 602-896-8676, nepfca.com, tososbarandgrill.com.

Bevvy Old Town

The Scottsdale location bleeds nautical blue, red and silver. Order brunch to dinner eats and if you’re feeling lucky, you can put down a couple of bucks on your favorite number at the off track-betting window.

Details: 4420 N. Saddlebag Trail, Scottsdale. 480-525-9300, bevvyoldtown.com.

New Orleans Saints

Angry Crab Shack

The New Orleans Saints Fans in the Desert Club get together at the Angry Crab Shack in Phoenix. The Facebook group is more than 1,200 Who Dat members strong.

Details: 2808 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix. 602-956-3088, angrycrabshack.com.

New Orleans Saints fans gather for a viewing party at The Angry Crab.

New York Giants

Social Tap

Big Blue of Arizona, a Giants game-watching group, meets up at Social Tap for dinner and drinks specials. Weekly gatherings of this 430-member crew include raffles for G-Men loot and Jell-O shots after every touchdown.

Details: 4312 N. Brown Ave., Scottsdale. 602-432-6719, socialtapeatery.com.

New York Jets

Tim Finnegan’s

This hopping Irish bar known for its lively St. Patrick’s Day soirees is the hub for Green Gang Nation southwest and owned by a former Bronx resident. Organized by the Meetup group, which is in its 12th season and comprised of many East Coast natives and former residents, fans enjoy food and drink specials presented by servers clad in Jets gear (and known as the “NY Jets Flight Attendants”) and join in cheer captain-led J-E-T-S cheers.

Details: 17045 N 59th Ave., Glendale. 602-875-8331, timfinnegans.com, meetup.com/NY-Jets-Fans-in-Phoenix.

Oakland Raiders

The Phoenician Raiders Booster Club (phoenicianraiders.net), which is officially sanctioned by the team, has two official locations for fans of the Silver and Black as they witness their team’s last season in the East Bay.

99 Pub and Grill

Details: 965 E Van Buren St #124, Avondale. (623) 882-1222, facebook.com/99PubAndGrill.

The Elks Lodge #2148

Details: 6398 E. Oak St., Scottsdale. (480) 946-9368, elks.org/lodges.

Philadelphia Eagles


The Eagles West fan group makes its home here, which bills itself as the official Arizona home of the Philadelphia Eagles. A weekly 50/50 raffle and the Eagles fight song add to the vibe.

Details: 4245 N. Craftsman Court, Scottsdale. 480-331-9190, rockbarscottsdale.com.

Jersey D’s Tavern and Grill

Fans in the southeast part of the Valley head here for camaraderie.

Details: 5945 W. Ray Road, Chandler. 480-705-9700, jerseydstavern.com.

Pittsburgh Steelers

There are so many Steelers fans in the Valley, it sometimes seems we should call the place Pittsburgh West. Harold’s Cave Creek Corral is the king of the Steelers bars, but there’s scores more from which to choose. Here are a few.

Harold’s Cave Creek Corral

Also known as “Heinz Field West,” it’s one of the biggest Steelers bar in the nation. Harold’s has every TV tuned to the Steelers with the volume at max.

Details: 6895 E. Cave Creek Road. 480-488-1906, haroldscorral.com.

Skylanes Scottsdale

Fans of the Black and Gold call this fun bowling hot spot home. Steelers specials include dishes like pierogis and the Primanti-ish Sandwich with pastrami, provolone, cheese, fries and slaw on Italian bread.

Details: 7340 East Indian Plaza, Scottsdale. (480) 282-4892, skylanesaz.com.

B2 Burgers & Brews

Get here early as it’s standing room only on Sundays.

Details: 393 West Warner Road, Chandler. 480-917-4937, b2burgersbrews.com.

Lookout Tavern

It’s never a dull moment with a live DJ/emcee, Steelers swag, contests and giveaways during commercials on game days.

Details: 830 E Greenway Pkwy, Phoenix. 602) 926-9786, lookoutaz.com.

San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers have a list of officially sanctioned booster clubs on their site, including seven that meet in the Valley to root on Jimmy Garoppolo, who’s getting his opportunity to shine away from the shadow of that living legend in New England.

Arlie’s Bar and Grill

This longtime home of faithful chapter the AZ 49er Empire keeps everyone satisfied with bar eats and drinks.

Details: 2155 E. University Dr., Suite 1166, Tempe. 480-305-0852, arliesbarandgrill.com.

Nando’s Mexican Café

The Chandler location of this Mexican eatery keeps fans satiated with fresh cuisine and cold beverages for the Cesty’s 49ers Faithful.

Details: 1890 W. Germann Road, Chandler. 480-855-4344, nandosmexicancafe.com.

Booty’s Wings

Home to the 49ers Faithful of Arizona of the West Valley.

Details: 15557 W. Bell Road #405, Surprise. 623-546-7757, bootyswings.com.

McFadden’s Glendale

Head here to watch with the 49er Empire Desert West.

Details: Westgate Entertainment District, Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue in Glendale. 623-872-0022, mcfaddensglendale.com.

Native Grill and Wings (Mesa)

Join the AZ 49ers Faithful on game day.

Details: 1837 W. Guadalupe #122, Mesa. 480-456-9464, nativegrillandwings.com.

Native Grill and Wings (Ahwatukee)

Game day destination for the AZ 49er Empire.

Details: 5030 E. Ray Road, Phoenix. 480-496-5717, nativegrillandwings.com.

The Brass Tap

Want to cheer with the 480 Gilbert Niner Empire? Here's the spot.

Details: 313 N. Gilbert Road, Gilbert. 480-268-9557, thebrasstap.com.

Seattle Seahawks

The Arizona Sea Hawkers has over 2,000 members and meets at three locations across the Valley. If you’re a fan of the Legion of Boom, the Sea Hawkers have a seat for you.

Skeptical Chymist Irish Restaurant and Pub

This Irish pub exudes rustic Old World ambiance that somehow works for grid-iron viewing.

Details: 15689 N. Hayden Road #125, Scottsdale. 480-609-8677, skepticalchymist.com.

Fibber Magees

Fans can get their drink and eat on at this cozy pub.

Details: 1989 W. Elliot Road, Chandler. 480-722-9434, fibbermageespub.com.

Salt Tacos y Tequila

The NFC West rivalry is felt strong at this spot steps away from State Farm Stadium, aka, home of the Arizona Cardinals.

Details: Westgate Entertainment District, Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue in Glendale. 623-772-7282, saltglendale.com.

Washington Redskins

Tipsy Coyote Bar & Grill

The Washington Redskins Boosters of Phoenix get amped at “FedEx West.” They advise folks to be prepared to sing along with the fight song.

Details: 7077 E Bell Road, Ste. 110, Scottsdale. 480-922-8424, the-tipsy-coyote-bar-grill.business.site.

No confirmed bars or active local fan groups were found for these teams. However, check their fan sites to connect with fellow fans worldwide.

Atlanta Falcons

Details: boards.atlantafalcons.com.

Cincinnati Bengals

Details: bengals.com/fans.

Carolina Panthers

Details: panthers.com/fans.

Houston Texans

Details: houstontexans.com/fans.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Details: jaguars.com/fanzone.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Details: buccaneers.com/bucs-fans/index.html.

Tennessee Titans

Details: titansonline.com/fans.

This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Your guide to metro Phoenix sports bars and restaurants by NFL team

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Killexams : PATA publishes ‘Food and Plastic Waste Reduction Standards for Tourism Businesses’

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Killexams : Your 5-minute guide to the best things to do in Charlotte | Aug. 5-11


Watch two hours of the American Cornhole League World Championships, as well as an additional 12.5 hours of sports broadcasting on ESPN’s The Ocho, where more obscure sports such as kickball, ax throwing, Wiffle Ball, dodgeball, break dancing and more take center stage for 24 hours on ESPN2. From 8 a.m.-2 p.m., you can catch events in the area for free. Tickets to the SuperHole championship, airing live from 8-9 p.m, are $10-40 and include admission to the dodgeball matches and air guitar competitions. Purchase tickets online. The Rock Hill Sports & Event Center, 326 Technology Center Way, Rock Hill. https://bit.ly/3zL9uqR

Kick off your weekend with live music, local artists, food truck bites, local brews and more at Live at 11, Ballantyne’s Backyard First Friday summer concert series. 5:30-9:30 p.m. $10. Free for kids 5 and under. Purchase tickets online. 11611 North Community House Road. https://bit.ly/3zotdeQ


Catch the Charlotte Knights as they take on the Gwinnett Stripers and enjoy post-game fireworks. 7:04 p.m. Tickets start at $14. Purchase tickets online. Truist Field, 324 S Mint St. https://bit.ly/3cW2G0E

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Discover unique treasures at one of Charlotte’s best antique shops. Before you go, check out our guide on where to go for the best antiquing in Charlotte to map out your stops. https://bit.ly/3zMyxtP

The Brass Grasshopper, formerly known as Antique Alley, is an antiques mall with multiple vendors.


Bring the family to help Optimist Hall celebrate its third birthday with a bounce house, face painting, balloon animals, a caricature artist and more. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free. Optimist Hall, 1115 N. Brevard St. https://bit.ly/3zexBgk


Celebrate National Chicken and Waffles Day with $5 off your order of Chicken and Waffles at Metro Diner locations across Charlotte. $10.99 after discount. Metro Diner, multiple locations. https://bit.ly/3OOF3Ew

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Head to Victoria Yards for CLTFREESKATE, an outdoor roller skating rink featuring food trucks, drinks and entertainment for skaters and non-skaters alike. 3-10 p.m. Tickets: Free to attend; skating admission: $20 for adults; $10 skates rental, $10 for kids, $5 skates rental. Purchase tickets online. Victoria Yards, 209 E. 7th St. https://bit.ly/3bqFB5T


See a live performance of “If Pretty Hurts…”, a play that combines West African folklore with contemporary American culture to tell the story of four teenage girls grappling with societal definitions of beauty, presented by The Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte. 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $34.50 in advance, or pay-what-you-want at the box office for all open seats on the night of the show. Purchase tickets online. Hadley Theatre at Queens University of Charlotte, 2132 Radcliffe Ave. https://bit.ly/3S8NXzE


Watch the Panthers practice, say hi to Sir Purr, see a fireworks show and more at Panthers Fan Fest 2022. 7 p.m. Tickets: $5. Purchase tickets online. Bank of America Stadium, 800 S. Mint St. https://bit.ly/3zMiH2j

Carolina Panthers fans enter Bank of America Stadium for Carolina Panthers Fan Fest.

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Mark your calendar

Grab your tickets now for the Tacos ‘N Taps Festival. Get ready to taste over 60 craft beers, mezcals, margaritas and tequilas, demo over 30 different types of tacos, dance to mariachi bands, and, if you’re feeling brave, participate in hot pepper eating contests. Aug. 20. Noon-5 p.m. VIP: $75; general admission: $39; taco-only ticket: $30. Ballantyne’s Backyard, 11611 N. Community House Road. https://bit.ly/3MYUYPS

Tickets are on sale now for the inaugural Queen City Jam Sessions, a multi-day music festival from Aug. 19-21, presented by MaxxMusic and NoDa Brewing Company. See Greensky Bluegrass, Oteil and Friends, and Infamous Stringdusters and more at NoDa Brewing. A general admission three-day pass is $189. VIP passes are $299 and include express entrance, premier seating, two beers per day and private bar access. Admission is free for children under 7. Purchase tickets online. NoDa Brewing Company, 2921 N. Tryon St. https://bit.ly/3ENznYk

Get ready to fill up your coffee cup at Charlotte’s first and only craft coffee festival, No Filter Coffee Fest, returning Sept. 25 after a two-year hiatus. Formerly known as the POUR Coffee Festival, the day-long tasting event will feature over three dozen Southeastern coffee roasters, tea purveyors, local food artisans, live music and more. Tickets on sale now. $25. Purchase online. Camp North End, 300 Camp Road. https://bit.ly/3xAZnmt

Secure tickets for the Farm to Fork Picnic in the Garden on Sept. 25 at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. The event pairs more than 30 local chefs and food producers to celebrate locally sourced foods and drinks with live music and samples. Proceeds will support agriculture and food system training programs at the Center for Environmental Farming Systems and farmer grants at Piedmont Culinary Guild. 4-7 p.m. Tickets are $110 or $50 for children 6-12. 6500 South New Hope Road, Belmont. https://bit.ly/3PCXUnz

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Killexams : Trip Advisors: University Offers Training to Guide Psychedelic Therapy

In September, the University of California, Berkeley, will start training its first class of "trip facilitators," who will learn how to guide individuals through therapeutic psychedelic experiences aimed at addressing a variety of mental health problems.

The UC Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics (BCSP) training program aims to create a cadre of facilitators who will be ready to help if, and when, substances such as psilocybin, MDMA, and LSD are approved in the US, Tina Trujillo, PhD, an associate professor at UC Berkeley's School of Education, told reporters at a press briefing.

Hallucinogenic drugs are on the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA's) Schedule I list because they are considered to have no currently accepted medical use and high abuse potential. But there has been an explosion of research into psychedelics — combined with therapy — as treatment for severe depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance-use disorder, and other mental health conditions. Some 100 clinical trials are underway.

"The estimates are that we're going to need 100,000 trained psychedelic facilitators once psilocybin and MDMA are approved by the FDA [US Food and Drug Administration], which is expected to happen within the next 5 years or so," said Michael Pollan, co-founder of the BCSP. He is author of How to Change Your Mind, a 2018 book about psychedelics, which has been adapted into a four-part docuseries currently streaming on Netflix.

Nine-Month Program

The first 24 trainees — a mix of physicians, nurses, psychotherapists, and social workers — will undergo 9 months of education and preparation in "the technical, the cultural, the mystical, and the ethical dimensions of psychedelic facilitation," said Trujillo.

The BCSP's Certificate Program in Psychedelic Facilitation will have "an emphasis on both western science and spiritual care traditions," said Trujillo.

Trainees will receive 150 instructional hours and a 25-hour practicum and will take part in a final 5-day retreat. The program will initially focus only on psilocybin, in part because the BCSP is involved in several FDA-approved trials testing the drug.

In one study ― which aims to enroll participants in the fall ― researchers will use functional MRI to examine the neural correlates of the psychedelic experience in individuals receiving low-dose psilocybin.

Eligible trainees will have an opportunity to participate in the Berkeley psilocybin trials and "increase their first-hand knowledge," Trujillo said.

At the conclusion of the training, students will receive a certificate, "not a license or sanction to go off and practice," she said. She noted that eventually, when facilitation is legal, certificate holders will be able to practice in clinical research settings or in healthcare settings.

Growing Acceptance in Psychiatry

Pollan said there has been a radical change in acceptance of psychedelics as potential therapies.

"The shift from destroyer of young minds in the '60s to effective medicine in the 2020s is as sudden as it is confusing for many people," he said. He noted that the Berkeley center hopes to provide evidence-based information for journalists, the public, and clinicians.

He said that after his book was released, he expected pushback from "mainstream psychiatry." Instead, he was invited to supply grand rounds talks. Psychiatrists are "very open to the potential of psychedelics," Pollan said.

"The reason for that, quite frankly, is because they are desperate," he said. "The tools of conventional psychiatry to deal with things like depression and anxiety and addiction are not very good, and some of them are failing," he said.

Pollan cited some other indicators of acceptance. In Oregon, beginning in 2023, psilocybin will be available to anyone older than 21 years but only for use in licensed facilities with licensed facilitators, and the substance must be produced by a licensed manufacturer.

In November, Colorado will ask voters whether they want to follow the Oregon model and legalize psilocybin. If approved, another Colorado ballot initiative would decriminalize possession.

Pollan noted that Cory Booker, the Democratic Senator from New Jersey, and Rand Paul, a conservative Republican Senator from Kentucky, have found a common cause, introducing legislation to let select terminally ill patients have access to psychedelics and other Schedule I drugs.

Some 400 companies are conducting research on psychedelics. Researchers must have a license from the DEA to obtain and study the substances, Andrea Gomez, assistant professor of neurobiology at UC Berkeley, told reporters.

She said growing interest in the potential of these drugs might lead more researchers to "jump through the hoops" to get the licenses. The floodgates would truly open if the National Institutes of Health started funding studies, she said.

Alicia Ault is a Lutherville, Maryland-based freelance journalist whose work has appeared in publications including JAMA and Smithsonian.com. You can find her on Twitter @aliciaault.

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Killexams : Trainers and volunteers urgently needed for guide dog charity

Guide dog charities are still finding themselves hindered by the pandemic after seeing volunteer numbers fall during lockdown.

The lack of volunteers for Guide Dogs for the Blind’s Ayrshire division has left those reliant on guide dogs in the local area in a precarious position.

Positions for puppy trainers and fundraisers have yet to be filled.

These roles help the charity raise funds that go towards training dogs, providing equipment and food for them, and matching them to suitable owners.

Volunteer and guide dog owner of 14 years, Craig Happell, said: “If it wasn’t for people fundraising then I wouldn’t have a dog.

“Some people say, ‘I couldn’t do puppy raising because I get a cute cuddly puppy and I’ll have to supply it away’ and I understand but at the end of the day it’s people like me who are better for it and get independence.

“If it wasn’t for my dog Merlon, I couldn’t come to get coffee myself or get on a train to go to Glasgow- I’d be basically stuck in the house.”

As dogs finish training at around the age of two and retire at the age of 10, many people who are reliant on them require several dogs throughout their lifetimes.

Each dog is personally matched to their owner, with more energetic dogs being paired to active people and calm dogs being paired with those who have a relaxed lifestyle.

Every dog’s vet bills as well as their essential items such as harnesses and leads are also supplied to the owner by Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Craig added: “Merlon’s my second dog and I felt that I had to supply a bit back. My role is to get the volunteers.”

For more details, visit https://www.guidedogs.org.uk/how-you-can-help/

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