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Senate Farm Bill Fully Funds MAP, Aids Research into Pests

The Senate Appropriations Committee approved a $147.7 billion appropriations bill that fully funds $200 million for the Market Access Program.  The measure also includes Specialty Crop Block Grant funding for issues such as Pierce’s disease and other pests and diseases, … Continue reading

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In Today’s Daily —

The Man Behind the ‘Judgment of Paris’ Now Makes Wine Breakthrough Beverage to Distribute Malfy Gin Sazerac Completes Purchase of Paddy Irish Whiskey Former Deep Eddy CEO Forms New Firm, Acquires Dulce Vida Spirits Chateau Ste. Michelle Launches Intrinsic Wine … Continue reading

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In Today’s Issue

Jackson Family Wines Buys Copain Wines Brooklyn Brewery to Move HQ to Brooklyn Navy Yard Eastside Distilling Revenue Jumps 46%, But Net Loss Widens Boston Beer Unit Launches Nationally a Spiked Water CK Mondavi To Donate to Intrepid Fallen Heroes … Continue reading

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Southern Comfort Honors WW2 Pilot Who Names His Plane After SoCo In 1945, Colonel Thomas J. Barr nicknamed the B-17G bomber he piloted, Southern Comfort in hopes that his favorite whiskey brand would send him and his crew a case. … Continue reading

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7 Million Barrels Later, Max Shapira Recalls the Tremendous Gamble that Started Heaven Hill

When Max Shapira goes to work, he oversees 700 people who work at Heaven Hill Distilleries. It’s a family business and the sixth largest spirits supplier in the country.  Tuesday (2/10), the company will fill its 7 millionth barrel of … Continue reading

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Editorial: The First Terrorist Victory in the U.S. — And All It Took Was a Threat

At least two major network newscasts led last night with the breakthrough in diplomatic relations with Cuba. We think they missed the most significant story: Sony Pictures decided not to release “The Interview” in theaters because of a threat of … Continue reading

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