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  • 2 Va. locations finalists for large craft brewery

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — One of the nation's top 10 craft breweries is eyeing two Virginia locations for its East Coast operations. Escondido, California-based Stone Brewing Co. confirmed Friday that Richmond and Norfolk are finalists for its East Coast facility. The other finalist is Columbus,...

  • Clarksville to vote on wine sales in stores

    CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Voters in Clarksville will decide in November whether to allow wine to be sold in the city's supermarkets. Montgomery County Administrator of Elections Vickie Koelman told The Leaf-Chronicle (http://leafne.ws/1oAXBdy ) that enough signatures have been gathered and...

  • Ebola may leave 1 million in need of food help

    CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) — The deadly Ebola virus that has killed more than 1,000 in West Africa is disrupting the flow of goods, forcing the United Nations to plan food convoys for up to a million people as hunger threatens the largely impoverished area. Amid roadblocks manned by troops and...

  • Coca-Cola bets on energy drinks with Monster stake

    ATLANTA (AP) — Coca-Cola is buying a 16.7 percent stake in Monster Beverage for $2.15 billion, with the world's biggest soda maker hoping to benefit from the surging popularity of energy drinks. The Atlanta-based company said Thursday it will also place two directors on Monster's board as part...

  • Manhattan Moment: A new layer of regulation would boost cost of onions but not safety

    A proposed federal food safety rule would drastically increase costs for American onion farmers and consumers, without any improvement in public safety.

  • Illinois company is latest to test market for carp

    GRAFTON, Ill. (AP) — When they arrive at the processing plant, the fish that have been cursed as a menace to American lakes and rivers are raked onto a conveyer belt, some of them still flopping. Brought by the boatload to this facility north of St. Louis, the Asian carp quickly meet a gruesome...

  • Study questions need for most people to cut salt

    A large international study questions the conventional wisdom that most people should cut back on salt, suggesting that the amount most folks consume is OK for heart health — and too little may be as bad as too much. The findings came under immediate attack by other scientists. Limiting salt is...

  • Joe Biden, President Obama fight over hamburgers

    Vice President Joe Biden reveals that he and the president can't agree on the best way to build a burger.

  • Chiquita gets buyout offer from Safra, Cutrale

    NEW YORK (AP) — Chiquita Brands has received a buyout offer worth about $611 million from investment firm Safra Group and the Brazilian agribusiness and juice company Cutrale Group. Safra and Cutrale are offering $13 per share, a 29 percent premium to Chiquita Brands International Inc.'s...

  • Russian ban on ag imports to affect Idaho farmers

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho farmers may feel a small sting from the new Russian ban on food and agricultural imports from the West. Russia was the 14th largest export market for Idaho agriculture as of last year, according to the Idaho Department of Agriculture. The nation retaliated Thursday for...

  • Ohio prisons may invite food service inspections

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's prisons agency is developing plans to invite local health inspections of each prison's food service operations in the wake of complaints about problems including maggots in kitchen areas, a corrections spokeswoman said Friday. Department of Rehabilitation and...

  • Western farmers take hit from Russia food ban

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Russian diners won't be able to find creamy Dutch cheeses or juicy Polish apples in the grocery store or cook up chicken from the United States — the result of a Russian ban on most food imports from the West. Although the U.S., Canada and the European Union together will take...

  • Russia retaliates on West's sanctions over Ukraine

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia retaliated Thursday for sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine by banning most food imports from the West, dealing a blow to Europe that also takes aim at hurting the U.S., Canada and Australia. In choosing to make an economic move, President Vladimir Putin signaled he isn't...

  • Wis. dairy farm ordered to pay $300K

    Van Hollen MADISON, Wis. (Legal Newsline) – Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen announced a $300,000 judgment on Tuesday against a Clark County dairy producer that allegedly discharged water pollutants in excess of its permit. Grassland Dairy Products Inc. operates its business...

  • Anheuser-Busch to import Montejo from Mexico

    Hoping to tap the fast-growing Hispanic market, Anheuser-Busch is importing its first Mexican lager to the U.S. The subsidiary of Belgium-based Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's largest beer maker, said Wednesday that starting next month it will sell Montejo lager in bars, restaurants and...



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