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Beverage Industry

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  • Wine PressThe Wine World Is Changing

    I have been involved with the wine industry for more than 25 years and I have seen and enjoyed a number of significant changes in the wine world. There is no question that the quality and availability of today’s wines has grown dramatically. Of...
  • Star athletes like LeBron, Serena cash in on junk food endorsements

    Star athletes like LeBron, Serena cash in on junk food endorsements
    Superstar athletes Peyton Manning, LeBron James and Serena Williams led their colleagues with endorsements of food and beverages that are calorie-dense and unhealthful – sending mixed messages about diet and health, researchers said. Of 512 brands...
  • Starbucks aims to squeeze more out of fresh juice craze

    Starbucks aims to squeeze more out of fresh juice craze
    In Southern California's outer orbit, a dusty highway drive away from the L.A.'s health-obsessed celebrities and hipsters, a massive $70-million factory is preparing to churn out 140,000 gallons of premium juice a week. The 264,000-square-foot Rancho...
  • Wine PressTown Point Wine Competition awards announced

      During Virginia Wine Month, the 22nd Annual Town Point Virginia Wine Competition was held Oct. 11 at  the Town Point Club in downtown Norfolk . Though this competition is not connected with the Town Point Wine Festival, which will be held Saturday,...
  • Central California dairy milks a wedding trend

    Central California dairy milks a wedding trend
    STEVINSON, Calif. —  A leggy bridesmaid smoothed her Grecian-pleated dress and stuffed lipstick and two cigars into her cowboy boots.  Over by the horses, the best man slipped a flask out of his vest and offered a mare a sip. The preacher was...
  • Coke: No 'magic bullet' for America's obesity epidemic

     Coke: No 'magic bullet' for America's obesity epidemic
    We agree with The Sun's editors that obesity is one of the country's most serious health issues ("A new kind of cola war," Oct. 22). However, targeting soda alone, absent a focus on actions and efforts to achieve healthier diets and lifestyles, will not...
  • California vintners branch out to Italian grapes

    California vintners branch out to Italian grapes
    Italian immigrants were instrumental in founding the California wine industry, yet when winemakers sought to upgrade the image of their wines in the mid-20th century, they followed the then-current fashion and went with French grapes — Chardonnay...
  • Fewer tobacco products, but not alcohol, in movies

    Fewer tobacco products, but not alcohol, in movies
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Movie characters smoke less since 1998 regulations that stopped tobacco companies from buying on-screen brand placements, according to a new study. But at the same time, researchers found the number of alcohol brand...
  • A Long-Running Investigation Casts a Cloud Over Connecticut's Wineries

    A Long-Running Investigation Casts a Cloud Over Connecticut's Wineries
    Connecticut wine makers are getting antsy, and the cause is a state investigation into their industry that's been dragging on and on without any resolution. The trigger for this long-running probe was allegations that some state wineries have been...
  • National Ice Cream Month: In Virginia, ice cream saves the family farm

    National Ice Cream Month: In Virginia, ice cream saves the family farm
    As families grow, dairy farmers often realize that they need to enlarge their farming operations as well. Instead of taking on more cows and producing more milk to sell wholesale in a market with wildly fluctuating prices, some opt to add value to that...
  • 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...