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Canada warns US COOL rules could hit lucrative California wine exports

WINE INSTITUTE 'STRONGLY OPPOSES' CANADA'S POSSIBLE WINE PENALTY

Canada warns US COOL rules could hit lucrative California wine exports

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Canada's minister of argiculture and agri-food warns that his country may impose retaliatory tariffs on US wines if the country does not revise or revoke controversial country of origin (COOL) labeling laws.

Ardagh Groups new VA facility will output up to 4.5 million food cans daily.

Ardagh boosts US food can capacity

By Jenni Spinner

Ardagh Group is planning a metal food can manufacturing facility in VA, with a top capacity of 4.5 million cans daily.

Economic depression a stimulus for fresh business

Economic depression a stimulus for fresh business

The economic recession is biting across the globe, and bleeding casualties litter all industries, but now is not the time to cower. Those willing to spend may provoke a stimulation of their business that could set them up for years, if not decades, to...

Food supplements proving recession-proof

Food supplements proving recession-proof

The ongoing slide of global capitalism is decimating industries, but the food supplements industry is not one of them as fraught consumers turn to its potential low-cost, anti-medical, wellness promise.

Why food is the new oil

Why food is the new oil

“Food is a weapon – don’t waste it.” This message, which featured on a Second World War poster issued by the US Office of War Information in 1943, is a lesson from history we would do well to heed.

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