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  • Md. corn crops suffer in drought

    Md. corn crops suffer in drought
    Queenstown farmer John Draper's corn crop looks bleak — ears that normally have 18 or 20 rows of kernels have 14 rows due to a lack of rain. Others have few or shriveled kernels, and some stalks haven't grown any ears at all. Yet, with a shot at...
  • Starbucks pushes hard into tea with $620-million Teavana buy

    Starbucks pushes hard into tea with $620-million Teavana buy
    Starbucks Coffee Co. will buy Teavana Holdings Inc. for $620 million in cash as the coffee giant powers deeper into the tea market. The $15.50-a-share price is lower than the $17 a share at which Teavana was priced for its public debut last July. The...
  • New Yorkers turn out to argue against, and for, sugary soda limit

    New Yorkers turn out to argue against, and for, sugary soda limit
    NEW YORK -- It’s not often that a Twinkie earns a bit of praise from a nutrition expert, or that a hefty elected official confesses his food vices before a room packed with spectators and the media. But nothing was routine as New York’s Board...
  • 3/8/2012-Refreshing?

    3/8/2012-Refreshing?
     We already know the dangers of drinking our favorite paintbrush cleaner, but now there's a new wrinkle. The Center for Science in the Public Interest (those troublemakers) have found a carcinogen in the caramel coloring that the soft drink industry...
  • Nathan L. Chroman dies at 83; Beverly Hills lawyer and wine writer

    Nathan L. Chroman dies at 83; Beverly Hills lawyer and wine writer
    Nathan L. Chroman, a Beverly Hills attorney and wine enthusiast who wrote an influential weekly column for the Los Angeles Times during the rise of the California wine industry in the 1970s and '80s, has died. He was 83. Chroman, who contracted polio...
  • Food & drink fail: Belvedere rape ad, Rihanna burger, Kraft gaffe

    Food & drink fail: Belvedere rape ad, Rihanna burger, Kraft gaffe
    There were some questionable decisions made in the food and beverage industry last week and their consequences are still being felt Monday. Belvedere Vodka posted an ad that horrified customers with an implied rape scene while a Georgia steakhouse based a...
  • Fight brews on Maryland drink deposit law

    Fight brews on Maryland drink deposit law
    In a bid to boost recycling and reduce litter, a trio of lawmakers announced plans Monday to push for legislation that would levy a refundable nickel deposit on every beverage container sold in Maryland. But the announcement drew prompt opposition from...
  • PASSINGS: Daniel J. Edelman

    PASSINGS: Daniel J. Edelman
    Daniel J. Edelman, 92, who built one of the world's top public relations companies and pioneered celebrity endorsements and media tours, died of heart failure Tuesday at a Chicago hospital, said his son, Richard Edelman. Edelman is credited with...
  • New York NAACP gets in a sticky mess

    New York NAACP gets in a sticky mess
    You know the beverage industry is running scared when it feels driven to mount an all-out campaign against a New York City law passed last year banning the sale of super-size sodas and sugary drinks. But it's beyond shameless when that effort includes...
  • Long-delayed school snack rules to come soon: Vilsack

    Long-delayed school snack rules to come soon: Vilsack
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After more than a year's delay, American schools will soon see new U.S. government rules targeting the kinds of snacks sold to students, a move nutritionists say could play an important role in fighting childhood obesity. Anxious...
  • U.S. wine exports hit record, China sales up 18%

    U.S. wine exports hit record, China sales up 18%
    Foreigners are still loving on American wine, especially if it’s from California, pushing U.S. vino exports to a record $1.4 billion in 2012. Wine shipments out of the country grew for the third straight year in a 2.6% boost, according to the Wine...