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Beverage Industry

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  • Economy: At least we can afford the good stuff again

     
    Some days, reading The Times Business section is like riding a roller coaster. You're up, you're down, you're screaming, you're laughing -– all in 10 minutes or less. For example, in Wednesday's section, there's staff writer P.J. Huffstutter's...
  • Warmer temperatures threaten California vineyards

     
    In the next 30 years, high-value vineyards in Northern California could shrink by 50% because of global warming, according to a new Stanford University study released Thursday. Applying scenarios from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change,...
  • California wine grape harvest shows signs of shortage

     
    There are times in agriculture when too little crop can mean a good thing for farmers and food producers but discouraging news for consumers. This is where California’s wine industry is now, according to a recent report by researchers at......
  • Peanut butter prices about to soar amid poor harvest

     
    Peanut shortage causes peanut butter prices to rise...
  • Amelia Island has a full calendar of upcoming events

     
    From the perennial Shrimp Festival to the newer Fernandina Film Festival, Amelia Island has a full slate of family-friendly events on the schedule for 2012. Here's a look: Amelia Island Book Festival: February 17-19 With two full days of programs, socials...
  • Postcard from Hawaii: The joy of poi

     
    Postcard from Hawaii: The joy of poi...
  • Cash-strapped El Monte seeks tax on sugary drinks

     
    Faced with a crippling combination of low revenue, high labor costs and declining funding from the state, El Monte is moving to declare a fiscal emergency and seek a tax on all sugary beverages sold within the city. The moves......
  • Food FYI: Islamic butcher shop embraced by East L.A.

     
    Food FYI: Islamic butcher shop embraced by East L.A....
  • As Gov. Jerry Brown considers bills, campaign cash pours in

     
    As Gov. Jerry Brown considers the slew of bills that lawmakers sent him in the final weeks of the legislative session, he will inevitably be making winners and losers out of the donors that have given millions of dollars to his tax initiative....
  • L.A. Now Live: El Monte in David vs. Goliath fight over soda tax

     
    El Monte Mayor Andrew Quintero though a tax on sugary drinks was a slam dunk -- an easy way for the financially-strapped city to raise cash and help combat childhood obesity. But then the beverage industry converged on El Monte, turning the race into...
  • Soda taxes rejected in two California cities

     
    Voters sharply rejected sugary-drinks tax measures in two California cities. In El Monte, 76.8% of voters rejected the tax. The measure would have charged a one-cent tax for every ounce of sugary drink sold within the San Gabriel Valley city.......