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Beverage Industry

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  • Higher bottle tax will cost jobs in Baltimore

    Higher bottle tax will cost jobs in Baltimore
    There is no question Baltimore City schools need financial help to renovate aging buildings, but one aspect of the plan to finance this massive renovation project misses the mark and will have a devastating impact on hard-working businesses and families...
  • Local Farms to D.C.: "Don't Forget About Us!"

    Local Farms to D.C.: "Don't Forget About Us!"
    Connecticut dairy farmers say they are getting the short end of the stick in the national debate over agriculture reform.  That’s because the average sized New England farm is tiny compared to the big agriculture that sprawls across the Midwest,...
  • Don't smash the bottle tax

     Don't smash the bottle tax
    Perhaps it comes from an excess of caffeine and corn syrup, but the beverage industry and its retail allies always seem to be fired up about one thing or another. The latest example is their crusade to repeal Baltimore's controversial bottle tax that...
  • Virginia is now on the wine world's radar

    Virginia is now on the wine world's radar
    Despite a wine making tradition that pre-dates California's by hundreds of years, Virginia has only recently earned itself a seat at the big table of international vintners. For many years, Virginia's winemaking reputation elicited little excitement...
  • Dairy industry shrinks across Maryland

    Dairy industry shrinks across Maryland
    Andy and Mary Laudenklos each spend more than 70 hours a week caring for their 600 cows, delivering calves and overseeing the milking at their Carroll County dairy farm — and they're also raising three young sons. The couple and their three-year-...
  • Regional investment bank aims for a reprise

    Regional investment bank aims for a reprise
    Jim Freedman and his partners have been here before. "We call this Act Three," he told me one day recently from the Westside high-rise office of Intrepid Investment Bankers, his new firm devoted to mergers and acquisitions in the regional middle market...
  • Soft-drink boycott simplistic reaction to complex problem

    In an effort focused on grabbing headlines, County Executive Ken Ulman recently called for a 30-day boycott of soft drinks, completely missing an opportunity to educate and talk to the public about real solutions for addressing obesity. Now more than...
  • The all-access sommelier: Alpana Singh

    The all-access sommelier: Alpana Singh
    It's 10 a.m. Do you know where your sommelier is? If she's anything like Alpana Singh, she's already cracked her first bottle—for work, of course. This summer, Singh has been busy tasting more than 1,000 wines to narrow her selection for the 300...
  • Midwest drought helping the wine industry

    Midwest drought helping the wine industry
    The Bayou City is no stranger to the effects of a bad drought. Hello, look what happened to Memorial Park! But it's rare to hear how a drought can be a good thing. If you're a wine lover, you're in for a treat. The wine industry is actually benefiting...
  • New York health board approves ban on large sodas

    New York health board approves ban on large sodas
    Highlights: - The proposal is meant to combat obesity and encourage residents to live healthier lifestyles - Critics have assailed the ban as "misguided" and "arbitrary" - New York City spends $4 billion a year on medical care for overweight people,...
  • Sports drink maker sued by Under Armour calls trademark lawsuit "ridiculous"

    A Beverly Hills sports drink maker being sued by Baltimore-based Under Armour Inc. says the trademark infringement lawsuit is without merit, according to court documents filed Thursday. The lawsuit filed April 26 in U.S. District Court in Baltimore...