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2015/04/14 12:43
2015/04/14 12:43
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COLUMBIA, MO (KFVS & U of MO EXTENSION SERVICE) - By Linda Geist Dean Volenberg is a new viticulture and winery operations specialist for University of Missouri Extension. Volenberg began work in...
2015/04/14 12:43
2015/04/14 12:43
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2015/04/10 15:22
2015/04/10 15:22
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It seems spring has come about two weeks early so we will keep our fingers crossed that no sudden cold spells damage the incredible blossom we can see everywhere. With spring also comes road work,...
2015/04/08 20:01
2015/04/08 20:01
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The historic drought in California isn’t just hurting the Golden State. The rest of the nation is feeling the effects also -- because California is a breadbasket to the nation, growing more than...
2015/04/07 19:27
2015/04/07 19:27
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Celebrating Down to Earth Month April marks “Down to Earth Month” which means wineries throughout California will be celebrating through special activities and festivals. To mark the occasion, Chef...
2015/04/06 17:13
2015/04/06 17:13
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Niagara College culinary students Katherine Kidnie and Jung Hoon You are winners of this year’s King Cole Ducks Ltd. Great Amazing Duck Race. Nine teams of Ontario’s top culinary students...
2015/04/04 13:57
2015/04/04 13:57
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It's more than just one state's internal problem. The historic California drought hurts the rest of the union, too. That's because California is a breadbasket to the nation, growing more than a third...
2015/04/04 01:13
2015/04/04 01:13
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I’m now a Guinness world record holder — me and 909 others. I am an eat-my-dessert first kind of girl, so naturally I volunteered to participate in the World’s Largest Dessert party. The fact that...
2015/04/04 01:06
2015/04/04 01:06
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I’m now a Guinness world record holder — me and 909 others. I am an eat-my-dessert first kind of girl, so naturally I volunteered to participate in the World’s Largest Dessert party. The fact that...
2015/04/03 02:09
2015/04/03 02:09
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Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board officials say they have no plans to pull any wine off the shelves based on a highly publicized class-action lawsuit filed in California claiming some popular...
2015/04/02 18:33
2015/04/02 18:33
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In late March, two couples filed a class-action lawsuit in California alleging that some of the nation’s top-selling low-cost wines contain unsafe levels of arsenic. “Just a glass or two” of wine from...
2015/04/02 02:39
2015/04/02 02:39
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The B.C. government has launched an era of wine sales in grocery stores with a pilot project in a Surrey supermarket touted for being convenient to customers, but criticized as a measure that will...
2015/03/31 23:19
2015/03/31 23:19
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Nature blessed the wineries along Oliver’s Golden Mile Bench with ideal grape-growing terroir, and earlier this week, the provincial government officially recognized the area’s unique characteristics...
2015/03/31 23:13
2015/03/31 23:13
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Niagara College hopes to break a world record at the World’s Largest Dessert Party on April 1 at 3 p.m. The event, hosted in the gym at the Niagara-On-The-Lake Campus, is a fundraiser to support the...
2015/03/29 07:58
2015/03/29 07:58
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Let's chew on some of the curious recent developments in food news. After receiving consumer complaints, Kraft recalled some 6.5 million boxes of original-flavored macaroni and cheese (7.25-ounce...
2015/03/28 00:00
2015/03/28 00:00
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A lawsuit that's causing panic among drinkers of some California wine starts with a history lesson. The deaths of Napoleon Bonaparte, Simon Bolivar, King George III, King Faisal I and other prominent...
2015/03/27 16:19
2015/03/27 16:19
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It’s not every day that a business projects doubling its sales. But the thirst for Canadian-made wine products in Asia is driving one Richmond winery to ramp up its bottling lines. Tommy Yuan,...
2015/03/27 02:57
2015/03/27 02:57
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It's a first for our area. Lake Michigan College in Berrien County will soon offer degrees in wine making and grape growing. The wine industry has an economic impact of around $300 million a year in...
2015/03/26 20:29
2015/03/26 20:29
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By Alexander Panetta THE CANADIAN PRESS WASHINGTON—Business interests are pleading with the U.S. Congress to avert a trade war with Canada that could squeeze Florida orange-growers, put a cork in...
2015/03/25 03:20
2015/03/25 03:20
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URSA, ILL. -- Eighty-three bottles of wine from 23 California wineries are involved in a lawsuit claiming that the different brands have traces of arsenic. It takes passion to make wine; a hands on...
2015/03/24 12:56
2015/03/24 12:56
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NEW YORK: A wine battle may be uncorked as imports of rosés from France, Italy, Spain, Germany, South Africa vie for shelf space and a share of the U.S. market, which is good news for consumers. Last...
2015/04/14 12:43
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