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  • How bad are K-Cups for the environment?

    How bad are K-Cups for the environment?
    The Atlantic is reporting: Almost one in three American homes now has a pod-based coffee machine. Last year K-Cups accounted for most of Keurig Green Mountain’s $4.7 billion in revenue — more than five times what the company made five years...
  • Food-makers' new products promise to be less processed

     Food-makers' new products promise to be less processed
    Food and drink companies are gearing up to tackle a variety of challenges in 2015, as economic pressure continues in markets around the world and some consumers push for less-processed products. U.S. manufacturers are responding in a variety of ways. At...
  • Home and garden briefs for Feb. 26: Apply for a nature grant, garden show and lots of upcoming events

    March 2 is the deadline for non-profit groups and organizations to apply for environmental stewardship grants from Dominion Virginia Power. Dominion will offer up to $50,000 for requests that protect and preserve natural habitats, monitor and enhance...
  • Color comes to the kitchen; bright cabinets and more headed our way

     Color comes to the kitchen; bright cabinets and more headed our way
    White cabinetry may be dominating America's kitchens now, but watch for splashes or whole rooms of bright color to start showing up soon. "Consumers are becoming more color-courageous," according to Sarah Reep, who follows consumer tastes for home...
  • Best Buy launches first wedding registry with in-store kiosks

    MINNEAPOLIS Best Buy wants to be that something blue in your wedding. The electronics retailer is leaping into the lucrative wedding industry by launching a gift registry service. Wedding registry kiosks, in the company's signature blue color, will...
  • Marsala, Pantone's color of the year, has critics seeing red

    Marsala, Pantone's color of the year, has critics seeing red
    What to make of Marsala, the Pantone color of the year for 2015? In interior design circles, its reception has been ... mixed. "There's not really a color that I hate, but now I have an exception," says Los Angeles interior designer Kerry Joyce. "It's a...
  • Freebie Friday: Free $100 Fitbit Flex, frozen yogurt and museum visits

    Freebie Friday: Free $100 Fitbit Flex, frozen yogurt and museum visits
    Happy Freebie Friday! This week's red-hot freebies incude a $100 Fitbit Flex from TD Bank, a price cut from Verizon Wireless, free frozen yogurt, museum visits on Saturday and Sunday, up to $50 in free gift cards from Pubix, a free $15 off a $15...
  • Keurig reports disappointing fiscal Q1 2015 earnings

    Keurig reports disappointing fiscal Q1 2015 earnings
    Keurig Green Mountain, which operates a roasting, grinding and packaging facility in Isle of Wight County, posted weak first fiscal quarter earnings despite seeing sales from its popular brewing cups rise. The coffee firm employs about 500 workers in...
  • Coke bets 'premium milk' can help offset declining soda sales; more protein, less sugar

    Coke is coming out with premium milk that has more protein and less sugar than regular. And it's betting people will pay twice as much for it. The national rollout of Fairlife over the next several weeks marks Coca-Cola's entry into the milk case in...
  • Coke Bets On 'Premium Milk' To Boost Declining Category

    NEW YORK (AP) - Coke is coming out with premium milk that has more protein and less sugar than regular. And it's betting people will pay twice as much for it. The national rollout of Fairlife over the next several weeks marks Coca-Cola's entry into...
  • Isle of Wight County hopes to attract businesses with 'shovel-ready' sites

    Isle of Wight County hopes to attract businesses with 'shovel-ready' sites
    County officials are betting on a new approach to lure businesses into Isle of Wight's troubled intermodal park — one that will cost the county up front but will pay dividends if successful. The county has allotted $1.9 million in its proposed...