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Sinegal Estate secures Napa County consent to expand production capacity
By DBR Staff Writer
Sinegal Estate, an American winery, has secured a consent from the Napa County Planning Commission to increase its production capacity.
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ICC adopts new framework for alcohol marketing
By DBR Staff Writer
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Commission on Marketing and Advertising has released a new framework for responsible marketing of alcohol.
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Canadian spirits industry welcomes free trade deal with Korea
By DBR Staff Writer
The Canadian spirits industry has concluded negotiations with Korea related to a Canada - Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA).
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Senomyx gets FDA clearance for commercialization of Sweetmyx
By DBR Staff Writer
Senomyx, a US-based producer of flavor ingredients for food, beverage and flavor industries, has received clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the use of its new Sweetmyx flavor ingredient in beverage production.
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Beam, Suntory deal wins US regulatory approval
By DBR Staff Writer
American spirits maker Beam has been granted early termination of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act waiting period from the US Federal Trade Commission for review of its proposed acquisition by a Japan-based beverage firm Suntory Holdings.
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Minimum alcohol price will lower healthcare costs: Sheffield University
By DBR Staff Writer
The minimum unit pricing for alcohol in Britain is expected to reduce alcohol-related deaths and hospital admissions, according to researchers from Sheffield Alcohol Research Group.
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Evolution Fresh recalls Organic Sweet Greens and Ginger juice in California, Nevada
By DBR Staff Writer
Evolution Fresh, a brand owned by American global coffee company and coffeehouse chain Starbucks, has recalled around 1,700 bottles of Organic Sweet Greens and Ginger juice as some of them were swollen.
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Scotch Whisky Association challenges minimum alcohol price
By DBR Staff Writer
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has opposed the Scottish government's plans for a minimum price for alcohol.
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UK to ban cheap alcohol sale
The UK plans to ban retailers from selling alcohol at below-cost prices before the start of the FIFA World Cup finals this summer, in an attempt to limit excess drinking.
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UK Government launches new scheme for whiskey protection
By DBR Staff Writer
The UK Government has launched a new scheme - Spirit Drinks Verification Scheme - to protect the Scotch whiskey industry from fake or sub-standard products.
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Danone ends existing supply contract with Fonterra
By DBR Staff Writer
French dairy major Danone has terminated its supply contract with Fonterra, a New Zealand-based dairy co-operative, following an alert concerning a possible contamination of certain ingredients in August 2013.
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Cocaine found in bottle of Caribbean soft drink
By DBR Staff Writer
The Food Standards Agency is warning the public about a soft drink that has been found to contain high levels of cocaine.
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FNC commences second phase of Sustainable Coffee initiative
The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) has commenced Phase II of its Colombia, Sustainable Coffee (CCS) initiative, which is expected to benefit 800 additional coffee farmer families.
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Wisconsin Senate gives nod to direct sale of raw-milk
By DBR Staff Writer
The Wisconsin Senate has approved a bill, which will allow dairy farmers to sell raw milk directly to customers on their farms across the state.
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Kroger dairy plants receive IDFA awards for worker safety
By DBR Staff Writer
American retailer Kroger has received International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) Dairy Industry Safety Recognition Awards and Achievement Certificates for its nine dairy facilities.
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