beverage

JBT introduces all-in-one liquid fusion tanks

JBT Corporation has announced the introduction of ReadyGo LiquiFusion Tanks, a single solution designed to combine blending, dispersion, emulsificatio... continue reading »

Juice sugar-reducing tech company starting pilot plant

Better Juice, Ltd., the first foodTech startup to develop innovative technology to reduce all types of sugars in orange juice, announces its patent-pe... continue reading »

Vie-Del acquires Constellation’s grape, high-color concentrate operations

Vie-Del Company, the oldest family-owned grape processor and supplier of bulk juices, concentrate, brandy, wine and spirits in California, announced... continue reading »

COVID-19 has wine industry facing huge losses

California wine grape growers could suffer at least $437 million in lost sales from this year’s grape harvest due to COVID-19-related economic disru... continue reading »

Potato, corn vodka maker switches production to hand sanitizer

With bottles of hand sanitizer flying off retail shelves amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, distilleries are using their spirits to aid the sup... continue reading »

Apple Rush Company adds former Anheuser-Busch VP to advisory board

The Apple Rush Company has added Randy Ornstein, former vice president of Anheuser-Busch, to its official advisory board. Ornstein is a former 18-y... continue reading »

Wine fermentation lab opens at Texas A&M

The dedication and opening of the Arthur and Gaye Platt Wine Fermentation Laboratory was held recently in College Station and will be housed in the Te... continue reading »

After trial and error, McClure’s Pickles finds right mix for ready-to-drink Bloody Mary

McClure’s Pickles co-founders (and brothers) Bob and Jim McClure wanted to pair their Bloody Mary Mixer with a vodka to create a canned ready-to-dri... continue reading »

Cornell projects aim to improve food packaging, juice quality

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture has awarded $1.8 million to two Cornell food science researc... continue reading »

Michigan awards $1.8 million to produce processors for advancements

A score of food-processing projects in Michigan will be awarded funds under a competitive grant program. The $1.8 million in grants for the 20 proj... continue reading »