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The giants of wine, the French, have the Italians to thank, it seems. The story of wine in France -- where the industry grew to influence the world -- can be traced in part through a vessel called an amphora and likely produced around 525 BC to 475 BC....
Tags: Consumer Goods Industries, Wines, Archaeology, Science, France
ReutersNEW 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...
WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistA southwest Virginia winery is cashing in on its crop and helping to put Virginia on the map. Chateau Morrisette has called Floyd, Virginia home for years, but now it's reaching out to wine lovers on the other side of the world. The winery sent its...
Tags: Consumer Goods Industries, Wines, Food Industry, Grapes, China
Amid all the heated discussions about Benghazi and the IRS, the U.S. health care discussion seem to be taking a back seat. There is still work to be done with regards to our health care system, work that is more time-sensitive because the efficiency of...
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionMove over coffee, orange juice, tea and even you ever-so-trendy vegetable smoothies. To get Americans going in the morning, Pepsi has a new suggestion: Mountain Dew Kickstart. Yes, Mountain Dew in the morning. Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo Inc. is...
Tea expert David DeCandia has spent his entire 17-year career in the shadow of coffee. At his employer, Los Angeles beverage chain Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, coffee comes first in the company name. It also takes up most of the company's processing facility...
The Miami HeraldCHINCHINA, Colombia At a sprawling central Colombia coffee laboratory and research facility full of coffee plants trapped in jars and shimmering test-tubes workers poked their heads out of cubicles to share the latest news from Central America and Mexico....
Farm, Field & Garden CorrespondentCheyenne Saumier, 17, of Greenville Township in the Meyersdale area, has had the time of her life this past year promoting the dairy industry. She handed her dairy princess crown to Alyssa Weigle of Stonycreek Township in a special coronation ceremony...
BROOKINGS - The tenth annual SDSU Jackrabbit Dairy camp will be June 20-22 at South Dakota State University. The South Dakota State University Dairy Club is sponsoring this event for youth between the ages 8-18 who want to enhance their dairy cattle...
The Baltimore SunImagine a trail, a trail made of ice cream! Well, that's not what this is. But the Maryland's Best Ice Cream Trail is pretty cool all the same. Launched in 2012 by the department of agriculture to promote Maryland's dairy industry, the ice cream trail...
MADISON, Wis. - On May 7, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) awarded $19.5 million to support research, education and Extension activities associated with climate solutions in agriculture aimed at the impacts of climate variability and change on...
SYDNEY, Australia - Tim Bale's dairy farm barely broke even in six years as mergers of processors and competition between supermarkets Coles and Woolworths pushed down milk prices. So 14 months ago, he decided to cut out the middleman. "The milk...
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