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Beverage Industry

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  • Australian winemaker destroying $35 million worth of wine in U.S.

    Australian winemaker destroying $35 million worth of wine in U.S.
    Treasury Wine Estates, the maker of Beringer wines, is dumping up to $35 million worth of wine that's past its prime.  Unsold expired wine has been sitting in warehouses awaiting store shelves, including the mass-marketed Beringer label wine, based in...
  • Fruit juices and smoothies: Dangerous for your health?

     Fruit juices and smoothies: Dangerous for your health?
    The marketing for freshly pressed and blended juices promises instant energy, weight loss, a flood of vitamins and minerals — all in a single, portable, gulpable serving. Health-minded consumers seem to have bought the claims — and with...
  • Don't cut food stamps to feed big agriculture

    Don't cut food stamps to feed big agriculture
    Earlier this month, the U.S. House of Representatives, on a party-line vote, broke with tradition by stripping from the farm bill the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as food stamps. What's left in the bill is billions of dollars...
  • Two Virginians honored by the national wine industry

    Two Virginians honored by the national wine industry
    Two Virginians are among the “20 Most Admired People in the North American Wine Industry,” according to Vineyard & Winery Management magazine. The trade magazine based in California recognized Luca Paschina, general manager and winemaker of...
  • 7 weird items that will drop New Year's Eve (not the Times Square ball)

    7 weird items that will drop New Year's Eve (not the Times Square ball)
    The Times Square ball won't be the only that item that will be dropping from high perches around the country for the New Year's Eve countdown. The illuminated crystal ball that descends in New York City a minute before midnight has become such a famous...
  • Two Virginians receive national wine honors

    Two Virginians receive national wine honors
      Two Virginians are among the “20 Most Admired People in the North American Wine Industry,”  according to Vineyard & Winery Management magazine. The trade magazine based in California recognized Luca Paschina, general manager and ...
  • Wine Press: Viognier, The Undiscovered Varietal

    Viognier (VEE-ohn-yay), a relatively new varietal and wine to many consumers, is one of the most exciting wines I have tasted. Depending on where it was grown, its terroir, and who made it, the varietal can be a very seductive wine. I would call it a...
  • Heavier dieters using diet drinks should look at food too, study says

    Heavier dieters using diet drinks should look at food too, study says
    Overweight and obese adults who use diet drinks to help them lose weight need to take another look at the food they eat, according to researchers who reported Thursday that those people ate more food calories than overweight people who drank sugar-...
  • Ralph Stratton Linhoff June 5, 1926 - January 8, 2014

    Ralph Stratton Linhoff  June 5, 1926 - January 8, 2014
    Ralph Stratton Linhoff, age 87, passed away in his Balboa Peninsula home on January 8, 2014, where he had lived since 1953. He served as a board member of the Peninsula Point Association for several years. Ralph was born on June 5th, 1926 in Long Beach,...
  • New redemption law puts squeeze on bottle and can recyclers

    New redemption law puts squeeze on bottle and can recyclers
    Francisco Morataya drives a vanload of empty bottles and cans to Victar Recycling Center in Echo Park every week or so to supplement his wages as an office janitor. The 61-year-old Eagle Rock resident had been making $200 per load, enough to pay his...
  • Who are the new California winemakers? No more hedge fund operators with cash to burn

    Who are the new California winemakers? No more hedge fund operators with cash to burn
    Jon Bonné’s new book, “The New California Wine: A guide to the producers and wines behind a revolution in taste,” is a wonderful, engaging read with an actual narrative and a cast of characters who think outside the box, care about...