New research finds drinking coffee may prevent rosacea

New research has found that caffeine from coffee may help to prevent rosacea, a common chronic inflammatory skin disease where the skin appears red and flushed.


English Whisky? Distillers Hope To Rival Ireland And Scotland

After more than a century of not manufacturing the spirit, England is seeking to challenge Scotland and Ireland as Britain?s finest producer of whisky.


Jack Daniel’s Prices Increase In Europe Because Of Tariffs

The price of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey will increase in the European Union because of the impact of the bloc's new 25 per cent tariff.


Don’t Cancel Your Trip To California Wine Country, Officials Appeal

California's tourism agency has launched an appeal trying to reassure tourists that the region's wine country is, indeed, open for business.


Andrew Peller To Buy Three B.c. Wineries For Combined Price Of $95m

Andrew Peller Ltd. has signed deals to acquire three B.C. wineries for a combined price of $95 million.


Ontario Pub Still Rocking Around The Clock For Guinness Record

An attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest non-stop concert by multiple artists has been underway for about 12 days now inside a Stouffville, Ont. tavern -- amazingly, the organizer


Drinking beer can make you more susceptible to mosquito bites

Blotto on beer? Then you had better watch out for mosquitoes.


Milk in tea significantly prevents teeth staining, researcher says

Those who prefer a bit of milk in their tea have a reason to smile: according to research from the University of Alberta, a splash of dairy in a cup of tea can help keep teeth pearly white.


Ottawa threatens tariffs against U.S. ketchup, chocolate, wine

Canada is threatening to slap tariffs on dozens of products imported from the U.S., including ketchup, chocolate and wine, after the World Trade Organization ruled for the third time that its meat-labelling laws discriminate against Canadian and Mexican livestock.

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