Wales is expected to follow Scotland’s example and implement minimum alcohol unit pricing, with the bill set to be voted on in the Senedd today.
Makers of American whiskey worry the increasing likelihood of retaliatory tariffs, particularly from the European Union and China, could hurt business after years of booming growth abroad.
Despite their potential, taxes on sugar, tobacco and alcohol are underused by policy makers, Professor Sally Casswell says.
Changes sought by brewers to Canada’s National Beer Standard are open for comments during the next 90 days, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
WASHINGTON — A trade war between the U.S. and its closest allies may scotch Robert Likarish’s growing whiskey business.
WSWA, the national trade association representing the wholesale tier of the wine and spirits industry, has selected REQ to fully redesign and relaunch the current WSWA website.
More and more women are addicted to booze-but their needs have largely been ignored by the medical establishment.
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English vineyards are now a “fashionable” investment for financiers in the City of London, as the number of wineries launching in the UK reaches record highs.
Becle’s US unit Proximo Spirits has announced that president and CEO Mark Teasdale will step down from the company next month.
The effort to increase the tobacco sales age limit to 21 will undoubtedly cut into the revenue of convenience stores, including the 7-Eleven that Dennis Lane has owned for 44 years.