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Food Facts Quiz: Test Your Food & Beverage Lawsuit Knowledge

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A Beginner’s Guide to IIoT for Food & Beverage

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Global Bio-Based Polyethylene Terephthalate Market to be Driven by Food and Beverage Industry in the Forecast Period of 2021-2026

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Global Chiral Chromatography Market by Type (Pre-Packed Columns, Empty Columns), By Application (Academic Institutes, Government Laboratories, Research Institutes, Pharmaceutical And Life Science Industries, Food And Beverage Industries, Environmental…

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LET US ENTERTAIN YOU: BBC RADIO SCOTLAND HOST PAIRS FAVOURITE MUSIC WITH WHISKY – Scotch Whisky News




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BBC RADIO SCOTLAND HOST PAIRS FAVOURITE MUSIC WITH WHISKY

The Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS) have teamed-up with long-standing BBC Radio Scotland presenter, Vic Galloway, to pair his favourite music with SMWS whisky flavour profiles.

Vic, who has been broadcasting weekly on BBC Radio 1, BBC Scotland and BBC 6 Music for over 22 years, is also an author of two music books, a DJ and musician. He also happens to be an avid malt whisky fan and member of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society.

Using his knowledge of both music and whisky, Vic explores the relationship between the two worlds. He has come up with his pick of perfect genres to match the Society’s flavour profiles.

In the mix is the Society’s ‘Young & Spritely’ flavour profile being likened to the genre ‘Dream Pop’, with its “effervescent and sweet, joyous and uplifting exuberance that seems utterly timeless and forever young”.

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A Last Chat with Jim McEwan – to support Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance – Scotch Whisky News


A Last Chat with Jim McEwan – to support Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

 Sunday, May 23rd @ 9PM BST/ 1PM EDT/ 4PM PDT

 Come and help us raise a toast to Jim McEwan before he takes a step back from public life. An evening of Film, stories and conversation which will take you on a journey through the life and whiskies of Jim McEwan for one final event to support Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

 LOS ANGELES – APRIL 30, 2021 – Following his final tasting Masterclass on May 22nd join Jim McEwan on Sunday, May 23rd, for a farewell chat in aid of one of Islay’s most valuable services: Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance.

After a lifetime spent creating some of the world’s finest whiskies, Jim has decided it’s now time to take a step back and be a full-time husband and grandfather.  Jim has inspired a generation of distillers, blenders, and fans. He feels that it’s now time for them to carry the message forward.

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Scotch Malt Whisky Society “May Outturn alert” – Scotch Whisky News

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May 7th, 2021

It’s finally here – the month we all look forward to – the month of Scotland’s whisky festivals. And while the festivals won’t be running as normal this year, we’ll bring you that festival feeling, no matter where you are or who you are celebrating with.

Discover 22 lively new casks to get you into the rhythm of festivals month, along with some fantastic music matches to really create a festival atmosphere. Our new whiskies will take centre stage at 9am (UK time) this Friday, 7 May but if you can’t wait until then, head to the website now to explore the Outturn in full.

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World Whisky Day 2021 – World Whisky Day News

World Whisky Day 2021

Celebrate with a few drams now and invest in a few casks for future days to come

Every year we mark World Whisky Day on the 3rd Saturday of May in order celebrate the embodiment of celebration itself; whisky. Scotch whisky is a symbol of British craftsmanship and tradition, of durability and reliability. The origin of whisky began over 1000 year ago when distillation made the migration from mainland Europe into Scotland and Ireland via traveling monks. The Scottish and Irish monasteries, lacking the vineyards and grapes of the continent, turned to fermenting grain mash, resulting in the first distillations of modern whisky.

Since this momentous time, the industry has progressed and grown in order to become Scotland’s largest export, with global exports of Scotch Whisky in 2020 totaling £3.8 billion. Whisky is now drunk throughout the world and is continually seeing enhanced consumption year on year, with growth observed in over 100 international markets in 2019. As demand increases, it gradually begins to outweigh supply. Whisky that is collectible is also in demand for consumers, so a substantial proportion of any limited edition bottling will swiftly become much more limited as much of it is consumed by dedicated whisky lovers. Whisky is bottled after a period of maturation in oak barrels. Legally, this is a minimum of 3 years, but in practice, most whiskies are matured for a minimum of 8 years in order for them to develop their character.

Distilleries will usually have a ‘house style’ represented by a mass-produced bottling of a relatively young malt (such as Glenmorangie’s popular 10 year old). But they will also have older whiskies maturing at the distillery, and they can also bottle older whiskies such as a 15 or 21 year old. They might also bottle the product of a particular cask of vintage whisky, or they might offer different expressions of the whisky such as a ‘port wood finish’ or ‘sherry wood finish’ which means that in addition to being aged in traditional Bourbon barrels, the whisky has been ‘finished’ with a period of additional ageing in a port or sherry barrel which can impart different flavours.

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Virtual Tasting with Watt Whisky at The Whisky Exchange – Scotch Whisky News



May 7th, 2021

26 May 2021, 7pm (BST)

Watt Whisky Virtual Tasting

Watt Whisky is a relatively new indie bottler, but is already making waves, as you’d expect from whisky industry veterans Mark and Kate Watt. They will both be heading up this tasting, joined by our very own Billy Abbott, taking you through a fantastic mix of whiskies and rum from Tomintoul, Caol Ila, Arran, Foursquare and an anonymous highlander, as well as their own blended whisky.

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Don’t forget about our Loch Fyne Range  – Scotch Whisky News




May 7th, 2021

Fyne fan favourites from our Loch Fyne range!

To all the new faces around here: did you know we stock our own Loch Fyne range? You can even have a few of these bottles engraved to make them extra special gifts for someone you love, or even just to treat yourself…why not?

Here at Loch Fyne, we love hearing about what you love drinking! A firm fan favourite is our Loch Fyne Chocolate and Orange liqueur: a modern twist on the traditional liqueur, it has our own blended whisky at its heart. Not too sweet and great over ice or with soda as a spritzer. Think Terry’s Chocolate Orange in liquid form! Mmm…

A few of these releases are also award-winning; the latest being The Loch Fyne Bunnahabhain 14 Year Old which has just picked up a silver medal in the Scottish Field Summer Challenge!

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ralfy review 875 – Glengoyne 10yo 40% (2021)

ralfy review 875 – Glengoyne 10yo @ 40%vol: (2021)

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Energy Drinks Market Size 2021 with a CAGR of 8.86%, Research by Business Opportunities, Top Companies data report covers are Monster Beverage Corporation, PepsiCo, Red Bull

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Britain Loves Baking – Acquires Majority Stake in Bakeware Start-Up

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Britain Loves Baking announced it has acquired the early stage startup, The Bakers Bundle, just 3 months after its founder provided part of the seed capital

I know we’ve found the right partner for our next phase of growth. We want to keep this category exciting by creating the best and most innovative bakeware and inspiring baking boxes at amazing prices”

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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, May 7, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Today Britain Loves Baking announced it has acquired the early stage start up, The Bakers Bundle, just 3 months after its founder provided part of the seed capital to get the project off the ground.

The idea for The Bakers Bundle came about when its founders, who trained as chefs and food production managers, tried to source professional quality chocolate making kits. Sounds easy? But in real life, a nightmare. They ended up buying the individual components from 5 different sources. Which took a week to arrive and cost over £100. All this to make some chocolate. They realized that this is the problem that home bakers face. They have the “software” – the recipes, and ingredients; but not the “hardware” to get started.

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Japanese beverage giant buys Kiwi coffee business

Kiwi coffee business Allpress Espresso is said to have sold for upwards of $50 million.

The mainly wholesale business, which also operates cafes and roasteries in five markets, has been sold to Japanese beverage giant Asahi Breweries.

The local arm of the company would not disclose how much the business had changed hands for, and founder Michael Allpress said he was bound by NDA to keep the amount secret. The transaction is expected to be completed in May.

However, business sales executive Chris Small said he had seen Allpress accounts in the past and knew it was "a very profitable business".

Small, who is managing director of ABC Business Sales, estimates the coffee pioneer was sold for anywhere between $50m and $60m - the equivalent of six to eight times its earnings before interest and taxes.

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Marley Spoon commits to 100% renewables by 2022

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Marley Spoon, the meal kit delivery company, is committing to 100% renewable energy by the end of 2022.

SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA, May 7, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Marley Spoon (ASX:MMM), the meal kit delivery company, is making the switch to 100 per cent renewable electricity in Australia by the end of 2022. One of Australia’s fastest-growing retailers already reached the milestone of operating carbon neutral earlier this year and is revealing its sustainability goals for the future. 

The company’s sustainability objectives for the next five years will focus on four priority areas – carbon reduction, packaging, sustainable sourcing, and food waste. 

“Taking action to minimise our impact on the planet cannot be delayed any longer,” said Marley Spoon Australia CEO, Rolf Weber. “At Marley Spoon, we are committed to significantly decreasing our carbon impact across our operations. Since our launch, we’ve tried to consciously grow without further increasing our footprint and are continuously implementing actions to measure, reduce, and where necessary, offset that footprint.

“Our customers are vocal about their experience with Marley Spoon, and one of our most common pieces of feedback is around packaging and sustainability. It's an issue that affects everyone and customers expect best practices, so we aim to deliver.”

A 2019 study from University of Michigan researchers found that meal kits have a much lower overall carbon footprint than the same meals purchased at a grocery store, despite having more packaging. Average greenhouse gas emissions were one-third lower for meal kit dinners than the store-bought meals when every step in the process—from the farm to the landfill—was considered, according to the study. Now the company is aiming to make further advances in its sustainability commitments and promise to customers. 

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Monster Beverage Reports 2021 First Quarter Financial Results

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Review: Bully Boy Distillers Amaro Rabarbaro

Bully Boy Distillers Amaro Rabarbaro

Christopher Null May 6, 2021

Boston’s Bully Boy Distillers makes a somewhat traditional amaro, but this Rabarbaro expression is built around a more uncommon recipe. The “Rabarb” is for rhubarb, which is paired with black cardamom, marjoram, chamomile, cloves, yarrow, amd bitter orange to make a decidedly unusual experience. (The company suggests using it as an alternative to sweet vermouth in various cocktails.)

The nose here is strongly vegetal, immediately reminiscent of Cynar, but mildly sweeter, with a gentle fig note evident. The palate is immediately sweet and very fruity with raisin and prune notes, almost coming across as syrupy at times, but this quickly fades as bold green vegetable notes quickly take hold again. The rhubarb character is quite evident, to the point where it’s almost pungent. Some spice briefly lifts things up, but as the finish takes hold, the amaro really falls back on its sweeter elements. Quite pruny and cloying, the spirit ultimately evokes an herbal-infused sugar syrup. The aftertaste is unyielding, leaving you with the taste of rhubarb clinging to the mouth for the better part of an hour.

Mmm.

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Review: Goodfolks Peru Cajamarca Blend Coffee

Goodfolks Peru Cajamarca Blend Coffee

Rob Theakston May 6, 2021

In keeping with Kentucky tradition, the month of May shines a light on Louisville for numerous reasons, the primary being the running of the horses at the Kentucky Derby. Louisville also has a special place at the heart of this site for blessing us with a king’s ransom of bourbon throughout the last 8,000+ reviews on this site. However, one scene in Louisville worthy of receiving greater attention is its fledgling coffee roasting community. Much like its sibling city to the east (Lexington), Louisville has seen several new roasters and coffee shops popping up over the last several years, Goodfolks being but one of them.

Keeping in line with traditional expectations of Peruvian coffee, this blond roast has a gentle but bright acidity, with a lively, silken mouthfeel. The palate is balanced and full-flavored, with loads of milk chocolate, heavy caramel, and a faint presence of toasted coconut towards the end. There’s a dry but sweet finish carrying the palate forward but ending with a mild note of red currant. This would be a crowd-pleaser during the weekend breakfast/brunch rush.

Driving back and forth between cities down I-64 can get lifeless and repetitive. But if this is a promise of things to come with Goodfolks, it might just be well worth the trip.

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Pure Food Company Now Offering a Free Guide to Improving Gut Health Naturally

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An industry leader in products made from real, organic, plant-based food is giving away a free gut health guide.

ROCHESTER, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, May 6, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Pure Food Company announced today that it is now offering a free guide to help men and women improve gut health naturally..

"Discover four proven strategies for improving your gut health and creating long-term, sustainable changes to your microbiome and, in turn, your overall health," said Scott Christ, owner of Pure Food Company.

Christ explained that the free guide shows individuals how to breathe, move, exercise, and sleep better to create long-term, sustainable changes to one's microbiome and, in turn, their overall health and wellness.

The Pure Food Company, which received recognition as a Five-Star Warrior Airdrop Partner from an organization called HeroGrown for donating over 3,000 bottles of CBD products (worth $250,000, in MSRP value) to help veterans in need, is inviting anyone interested to get a free copy of the guide today.

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Marvelous Foods launches China’s first plant-based coconut yogurt store on Tmall

China snacking startup launches Tmall flagship store for Yeyo, China’s first plant-based coconut yogurt with no added sugar, artificial flavors and sweeteners.

BEIJING, CHINA, May 6, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- China plant-based snacking company Marvelous Foods has launched a Tmall flagship store for its signature product Yeyo Coconut Yogurt. Yeyo is China’s first plant-based coconut yogurt with zero added sugar, artificial flavors and sweeteners. Its Tmall store is the first-ever plant-based coconut yogurt flagship store on China’s leading e-commerce platform.

Yeyo’s product and brand design is positioned to tap into the premiumization of two rapidly growing categories, China’s USD $17 billion dollar yogurt market and USD $433 billion dollar snacking market. “We created this product to ride the trend of snacking premiumization that’s taking off in tier 1 cities in the health-conscious age of COVID-19,” says founder Christiana Zhu. “With very high new product development rates compared to other categories, snacking offers a great entry point for innovative new plant-based 2.0 products.”

The initial launch features three SKUs priced at 15RMB per 100g unit. The range includes a ‘pure’ sugar-free flavor, plus two yogurt-granola cups designed to provide a convenient and fun snack for on-the-go urbanites featuring seasonal fruit and nut granola toppings that can be added for extra flavor and nutrition.

Yeyo’s new commercial-scale product is a result of extensive formulation R&D in partnership with globally leading ingredients company DSM. “We took onboard many learnings during the artisanal stage of our product over the past years,” says Ms Zhu. “We are proud to have created something which has tested on par or above for taste versus leading dairy yogurts during focus group sessions with our key target market.”

Ms Zhu first created Yeyo to address a personal need for dairy-free, sugar-free yogurt. When Yeyo organically grew into a popular local artisanal brand in Beijing, her sister Athena left her senior management post at Heineken China to help scale it together.

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