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More Than 70 Percent of Beer Drinkers Have Gone on a 'Beercation'

More Than 70 Percent of Beer Drinkers Have Gone on a 'Beercation'

Sep 19
Beer and wine tourism is on the rise, as seven in 10 Americans have traveled to a destination specifically to sample the alcohol in the region.

Democrats Discussed 'Medicare for All' at Debate, But What About 'Healthy Food for All'?

Democrats Discussed 'Medicare for All' at Debate, But What About 'Healthy Food for All'?

Sep 16
The 10 Democrats who took the debate stage on Sept. 12 discussed many critical issues, from health care and climate change. But one important topic they didn't discuss was access to healthy food.

More Than Half of Americans Want 'Second Breakfast' Officially Recognzied

More Than Half of Americans Want 'Second Breakfast' Officially Recognzied

Sep 13
Ever treated yourself to breakfast in the morning and then a few hours later thought, "I think I'll have breakfast again?" It's more common than you think.

Lodi Winery Apologizes for, Changes Policy on Denying Gay Weddings

Lodi Winery Apologizes for, Changes Policy on Denying Gay Weddings

By Sam Cronin | Sep 13
The Viaggio Estate and Winery, a popular Lodi, Calif. destination for wedding ceremonies and receptions, is facing controversy over a policy that it has recently changed about not allowing gay weddings in its facilities.

Like Wine From France's Rhone Valley? Head to Walla Walla

Like Wine From France's Rhone Valley? Head to Walla Walla

By Sally Carpenter Hale | Sep 10
Southeastern Washington has been producing high-quality wines for decades. But in the past five years, the wineries of the Walla Walla Valley have drawn international accolades.

UK Worries Brexit Could Bring 'Chlorinated Chicken' from U.S.

UK Worries Brexit Could Bring 'Chlorinated Chicken' from U.S.

By Candice Choi | Sep 8
The European Union has long refused to import poultry from the United States that is routinely rinsed with chemical washes to kill germs. But the United Kingdom's planned exit from the EU is putting the practice back in the spotlight.

Restaurant Delivery Jobs Hold Their Own in the Uber Eats Age

Restaurant Delivery Jobs Hold Their Own in the Uber Eats Age

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Sep 7
In the age of Uber Eats and GrubHub, delivering pizza for the local Domino's may seem like a throwback. But for drivers who want more predictable hours and pay — and discounts on food — restaurants may be the better bet.

Promises of Brexit Bonanza Look Fishy for Seafood Industry

Promises of Brexit Bonanza Look Fishy for Seafood Industry

By John Leicester | Sep 6
Disputes over fishing rights have flared into violence at sea, and could do so again if deals aren't struck for U.K. and EU fleets after Brexit.

Vegetarians Gaining Ground in Carnivorous Argentina

Vegetarians Gaining Ground in Carnivorous Argentina

By Debora Rey | Sep 5
A fight is on over the Argentine identity, pitting a growing number of vegetarians and vegans against meat-eaters in a country known for its abundant beef, gaucho cowboys and sacred "asado" barbecues.

With a Nudge From the Young and Sober, Mocktails Taking Hold

With a Nudge From the Young and Sober, Mocktails Taking Hold

By Leanne Italie | Sep 4
Booze-free bars serving elevated "mocktails" are attracting more young people than ever before, especially women.

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