Month: May 2021

With in-person drinking and dining in flux, many consumers are redirecting their dollars toward takeout and delivery. As a result, venture capitalists are circling beverage alcohol tech brands as the digital booze field continues to expand.  Case in point: SevenFifty has announced $23 million in new funding. The company attracted this round of investment following
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Derived from the rhizomes of Curcuma longa and responsible for giving curry (and everything it touches) a yellow color, turmeric or the Golden Root is much more than just an agricultural commodity in the Caribbean. With its plethora of medicinal, culinary, spiritual and economic uses, many consider it to be the Caribbean’s spice of life.
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It’s Memorial Day weekend: the unofficial kickoff to summer drinking season. Across the country, drinkers are cracking open zeitgeist-fueled hard seltzers, crushable beers and ready-to-drink cocktails. But this summer, let us introduce you to piquette—a low-ABV, wine-adjacent bubbly beverage. “It’s a very bright, cheerful style with lots of expressive fruity flavor,” describes Katherine Sturgill, the beverage
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(CNN) — Growing up in Guang’an, Zhang Yiwen always felt a closeness to late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, who spent the first 15 years of his life in her home city in the country’s western province of Sichuan. “Grandpa Deng has a great image in our heart,” Zhang tells CNN, using the local nickname for
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More insider guides for planning a trip to Sydney 48 hours Hotels Attractions Restaurants Bars Beaches Although it is on the UK’s ‘green list‘, Australia has closed its borders to tourism until at least 2022. These are unusual times, and the state of affairs can change quickly. Please check the latest travel guidance before making
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​It’s official: travel is back with a vengeance. According to the AAA Memorial Day holiday travel forecast, 37 million people are expected to travel over the long weekend this year, up 60% from last year. That said, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends not traveling unless you’re fully vaccinated — as in,
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