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 Sani Professional takes center stage on the hit reality cooking show as two student chefs battle it out for the title.


(DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – July 15, 2016) Season 6 of the award-winning culinary competition show, All Mixed Up™, comes to an end, Monday, July 18, 2016 at 7:30 am (ET/PT) on Lifetime®.


On the season finale, it’s down to Alexander Kuzin from the gray team and Kimberly Barry-Shillingford representing the blue team. As always, they will be expected to create a dish that is both visually appealing and delicious while coping with the curve balls thrown at them by host, Chef Ralph Pagano.


Joining the judges this season is Matt Schiering, Vice President and General Manager at Sani Professional, the featured sponsor. The company’s extensive product portfolio is EPA-registered and FDA food code compliant, meeting the highest food industry safety standards. To help keep the All Mixed Up kitchen clean, they provided an array of disposable, pre-measured, pre-moistened, state-of-the-art wipe solutions. Learn more at


With the timer set for only 30 minutes and a mystery ingredient yet to be revealed, the race for the All Mixed Up title is on! Can the students keep their work station tidy and sanitary while wowing the judges? Who will finish with the most gold stars and be crowned Champion? Tune in to Lifetime® Television to find out!


About All Mixed Up™

All Mixed Up is a half-hour reality cooking show airing at 7:30 am (ET/PT) on Lifetime Television that combines the perfect mix of food competition, food history and culinary adventure. The show is hosted by Ralph Pagano, world-renowned chef and culinary celebrity. Six up-and-coming student chefs compete on two teams before a panel of judges by taking America’s favorite brands and turning them into three unique, three-course meals. The chefs must complete an appetizer, entrée and dessert in 30 minutes, and will be judged on recipe originality, presentation and taste. For information on air dates, to view past episodes and to try the recipes created by these promising chefs, visit

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