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10/24/14

The national media's business press has been busy this morning analysing Tesco's half-year 92% drop in pre-tax profits and even larger accounting black hole and looking at ways it can get itself out of the mire and back to leading the UK grocery retail market.

10/24/14

Ex-Somerfield wine buyer Angela Mount questions how Tesco's BWS department will function in the longer term as pressure to make trading plans for next year builds.

10/24/14

Changes are afoot in Madeira: it is shifting towards the premium end and its tourism potential is growing, says Chris Blandy, owner of Blandy's Madeira Wine Company.

10/24/14

France has reclaimed its crown as world's biggest wine producer after a poor 2014 harvest saw Italy's wine production plunge 15 percent.

10/24/14

D.C. area wine offers a sense of adventure. If you visit enough wineries, surprises await, including wines made from grapes you've never heard of and even wines that you'll never find anywhere else in the world, no matter how hard you look.

10/24/14

Riesling was once among the most expensive wines. Later, wineries focused on quantity, and quality suffered. But in recent years, the pendulum has been swinging back - a boon to Germany's Rheingau Region.

10/24/14

The latest wine export figures point to a trend of increasing demand for premium Australian wines in overseas markets.

10/24/14

Wineries in Frankland and Pemberton were hardest hit, with reports of hail completely stripping vines of new season growth

10/24/14

A Massachusetts company is bringing at-home alcohol delivery to central Indiana. Drizly Inc., which is also in cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, is partnering with Indianapolis-based Big Red Liquors Inc. on the service.

10/24/14

Drizly announced today it will work with Big Red Liquors, Indianapolis' largest liquor retailer, to make deliveries in neighborhoods including Broad Ripple, Brownsburg, Downtown, Fishers, Fletcher Place, Fountain Square, Geist, Irvington and Meridian-Kessler

10/24/14

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to remove 72 chemicals form the list of substances that can be used as ingredients in pesticides.

10/24/14

The 72 chemicals are not currently being used as inert ingredients in any pesticide product. Chemicals such as, turpentine oil and nitrous oxide are listed as candidates for removal.

10/24/14

Thanks to widening staff salary discrepancies and increasing minimum wage requirements, local restaurants are taking tips off the table - literally.

10/24/14

The term 'craft' has widespread marketing appeal, but with the absence of a legal definition, is the sector's wholesome image being smeared by the big guns?

10/24/14

Dry Creek Estate, 8925 Stateline Road in South Beloit, will hold its grand opening this weekend with several events planned Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

10/24/14

The Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District declared a water supply emergency Wednesday amid record-low levels.

10/24/14

but implementing such reform would take years. In the near term, states should authorize short-term leases of water, build basic market institutions, deploy risk-mitigation tools such as dry-year options, and implement basic controls

10/24/14

"The American Beverage Association sounds more innocuous than saying up front it's paid for by Coke and Pepsi."

10/24/14

Treasury Wine Estates will continue to focus on the opportunity and potential for premiumising wines in the convenience sector through the festive trading period and into 2015

10/24/14

A company called Up Mountain Switchel-which began in Vermont but has since migrated to Bushwick-is the current source

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