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Lawsuit Claims Company Trying to Pass Off Whiskey as Scotch

Lawsuit Claims Company Trying to Pass Off Whiskey as Scotch

Jul 17
A trade association is suing a Virginia distillery, claiming it is trying to pass off whiskey as Scotch.

Venezuelan Migrants Take Arepas to New Lands Amid Crisis

Venezuelan Migrants Take Arepas to New Lands Amid Crisis

By Christine Armario | Jul 16
Venezuelans like to jest that their beloved arepas are so widely consumed that babies come out of the womb with the corn flatbreads already in hand.

Vegan is the New Vegetarian: Why Supermarkets Need to Go 'Plant-Based'

Vegan is the New Vegetarian: Why Supermarkets Need to Go 'Plant-Based'

Jul 16
With major news outlets such as The Economist and Forbes declaring 2019 the "year of the vegan", the trend promises to continue.

Counterfeit Alcohol Becomes Growing Concern for Tourists Abroad

Counterfeit Alcohol Becomes Growing Concern for Tourists Abroad

Jul 16
Some experts seem to agree that the symptoms and circumstances fit the indicators of deaths caused by adulterated alcohol.

Guacamole Blues: Mexicans Dismayed by Avocado Price Climb

Guacamole Blues: Mexicans Dismayed by Avocado Price Climb

By Mark Stevenson | Jul 15
Mexicans are dismayed by continued increases in the price for avocados, a staple of the country's cuisine.

Taste of the Tour: Stunning Prizes, Tasty Steaks in Auvergne

Taste of the Tour: Stunning Prizes, Tasty Steaks in Auvergne

By Samuel Petrequin | Jul 15
After thrusting their arms in victory at the finish line, Tour de France stage winners are greeted by hostesses on the podium. As well as the yellow jersey, the Tour de France race leader is usually handed flowers and a fluffy lion.

New Mexico, Colorado Get Fired Up Over Hot Peppers

New Mexico, Colorado Get Fired Up Over Hot Peppers

By Susan Montoya Bryan | Jul 12
New Mexico governor says she's ready for a culinary duel with her neighbors to the north after the governor of Colorado proclaimed on social media that chile grown in his state is the best and will be stocked in grocery stores across four Western states.

Opposing Rallies Mark 'Dog Meat Day' in South Korea

Opposing Rallies Mark 'Dog Meat Day' in South Korea

Jul 12
Dozens of people opposed to dog meat consumption, including American actress Kim Basinger, rallied near the National Assembly in Seoul on Friday on one of three "dog meat days" in South Korea.

Sobering Up: In An Alcohol-Soaked Nation, More Seek Booze-Free Social Spaces

Sobering Up: In An Alcohol-Soaked Nation, More Seek Booze-Free Social Spaces

By Laura Ungar and Jayne O'Donnell, USA Today | Jul 12
A national trend of boozeless bars is cropping up nationwide to create social spaces without the hangovers, DUIs and alcoholism culture. It's part of a new push for sober options.

1 in 3 Wine Drinkers Don't Know They Can Drink Red Wine Chilled

1 in 3 Wine Drinkers Don't Know They Can Drink Red Wine Chilled

Jul 11
One in three wine drinkers don't know you can drink red chilled, according to research.

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