Scent plays an integral part in our lives. That is why choosing the exact perfume for us is very important. Good perfumes get set into our minds and we may recollect the scent and its name even after many years. It is really a very personal thing and we hardly pay attention to its importance.
When you choose the right perfume for yourself, often you get recognized by it from later on. Everyone wishes to smell nice but every scent is not actually made for everyone. Here comes the need for choosing perfumes which suits you the best. In the market there is wide range of perfumes for every age-group and genders. A woman in her thirties surely will not like to wear perfumes that are made for teenagers or males.
Therefore, how to understand what is right for you? The next time you go to buy a perfume for yourself, just spray a small amount of perfume on your wrist and move around a while for nearly an hour and by the time you will understand if this scent is for you or not. Some of us might experiment with the perfumes according to the season for example; you may choose refreshing smells for summers and strong ones for the winter season.
Designer fragrances are sold a lot which is a very popular business that attracts much profit. But it does not mean that any of the designer fragrance will suit the buyer just because it is expensive and smells good. Now it is up to you that what suits best on you Chanel Allure or Worth’s Je Reviens.
Britain would be importing wheat for the first time in decades. The reason is bad weather condition which has reduced the crop growth and the harvest. NFU president Peter Kendall has reported that more than two million tons of wheat has been damaged due to poor weather condition in summer. He also said that the autumn harvest would also be affected due to long and unpredictable cold weather condition.
The shortage of wheat will most likely directly affect the price of bread in the country. Britain has an average production of about 7.8 tons of wheat during last summer. The number has fallen to 6.7 tons this year. Peter Kendall was also reported saying that the farmers only managed to get three-fourth of the planned harvest of wheat this year. Overall the annual production of wheat in Britain has reduced by 25% this year.
UK requires about 14.5 to 15 tons of wheat per year for her domestic usage. Due to prolonged bad weather the wheat produced this year will be around 11 tons which will not be enough to fulfill even their domestic needs.
NFU combinable crops board chairman and wheat farmer Andrew Watts said that after the poor harvest the farmers has been looking forward to a good harvest this year but this has not happened. The reduced production of crops has struck a severe blow to Britain’s farming industry which is already suffering from the loss of livestock due to this cold weather.
The farmers are now focusing to make the land more favorable for wheat production in the coming year 2014.
In this heat what can be more refreshing and soothing than ice cream. Ice creams are loved by almost everyone. Ice cream industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world as it is getting more and more popular with teens all around the world.
People have different choice of ice creams. A recent study indicates that 51% of the people prefer ice cream sticks, 35% a cone lover, 31% love lollypops and 25% people love desserts from mini vans.
Specialist ice cream parlors who sell frozen yogurt, the most preferable type of ice cream for most people were first established in the US. Gradually it gained popularity and has sprang up in various towns and cities of UK.
People in the UK are spending more on ice cream recently than in the past. An average person in the UK spends around 17 pounds a year on six liters each. There are some other nations whose expenditure on ice cream is on the rise like Norway, Australia, Sweden and USA.
Vince Mitchell, professor of consumer marketing at Cass business school says that consumers nowadays are ready to pay more for less quantity of ice creams. Large 1 liter boxes of ice cream are becoming obsolete day by day and consumers prefer smaller amounts served in restaurants or ice cream parlors.
He says that people look for something different from the common flavors available. If a store has an exclusive menu available only to their customers people are ready to pay a higher price for it.
Ice creams are available from big marketing giants to small scale road stalls and independent traders. Whatever it may be the ice cream industry is expanding at a successful rate.
Springfield Properties, which is one among the largest family run house builder in Scotland, has said that the housing market is receiving much positivity after he posted the strong results of the first quarter. When compared to the sales of the same period of the last year, Moray based Springfield Properties witnessed a sales hike by 20 per cent.
Between January and March, more than 100 private reservations were achieved by the firm across its 22 developments spread in Scotland. Springfield has also revealed that in 2012, its strongest selling site at Braehead in Glasgow has continued to sell well even on the first three months of this year.
The house builder who is Elgin based added by saying that the interest in the company’s developments was triggered by the launch of the MI New Homes, which is an initiative of the industry body Homes for Scotland. This gives the prospective first-time house buyers a mortgage of 95 per cent.
The managing director of Springfield, Mr. Innes Smith said in one of his comments that they are the one among the other house builders who have joined the MI New Homes initiative by the industry body Homes for Scotland because of the fact that this initiative taken by the company had the ability to help their customers for buying new homes.
He also added that it has no doubt helped them and have made a contribution to the success of Springfield in the first quarter of the year. To know more on this news, check online.