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  • Fruits And Vegetables With Higher Potassium Levels May Help Reduce Arterial Sclerosis And Calcification

    Fruits And Vegetables With Higher Potassium Levels May Help Reduce Arterial Sclerosis And Calcification

    Published: 09 Oct 2017

    By: Alcohol law and food law attorney Richard M Blau Scientists publishing a new study in the journal JCI Insight have concluded that high-potassium foods such as avocados and bananas protect the arteries against hardening or calcification. Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham found that increased potassium consumption protects against atherosclerosis, vascu...

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  • Brewery Recycling: New Process Converts Spent Brewery Grains Into Beer Yeast

    Brewery Recycling: New Process Converts Spent Brewery Grains Into Beer Yeast

    Published: 30 Sep 2017

    By: Richard M Blau, GrayRobinson’s Nationwide Alcohol Industry Team As the business of craft brewing becomes more and more competitive, economics are taking an equal priority to artistry.  More than success, mere survival in today’s malt beverage marketplace requires a business model that reduces every conceivable cost so that craft brewing ventures can continue to create both brands a...

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  • Update 2017 Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions Identifies Two Rule-Making Priorities for TTB

    Update 2017 Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions Identifies Two Rule-Making Priorities for TTB

    Published: 05 Sep 2017

    By: Richard Blau, GrayRobinson’s Nationwide Alcohol Industry Team The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, a part of the federal government’s Office of Management and Budget, recently published the Updated 2017 Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions.  The Unified Agenda provides an updated report on the administrative rulemaking actions that federal agen...

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  • The California ABC Wins One For The Gipper’s State Tied-House Laws

    The California ABC Wins One For The Gipper’s State Tied-House Laws

    Published: 30 Jun 2017

    Understanding the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit’s En Banc Decision in Retail Digital Network v. Prietro By Richard M. Blau, Alcohol Law and Food Law Department Chair Alcohol regulators across America battle constantly with industry members over trade practices generally, and “tied-house evil” restrictions in particular.  At both t...

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  • Scientists Publish New Study Analyzing How Bread Aromas And Tastes Interact To Produce Flavor

    Scientists Publish New Study Analyzing How Bread Aromas And Tastes Interact To Produce Flavor

    Published: 30 May 2017

    By Richard M. Blau, Alcohol Law and Food Law Department Chair Psychologists rank the enjoyment of eating and drinking among the key criteria used to measure quality of life. For food scientists, chefs and gourmets, the pleasures of food derive in part from the aromatic odorants, also known as “volatile organic compounds,” impacting taste buds in the mouth and olfact...

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  • Cruise Ship Industry News

    Cruise Ship Industry News

    Published: 01 Mar 2017

    TALLAHASSEE, FL – March 1, 2017 – Florida issued a new rule regarding alcohol and tobacco excise tax reporting for sales made within Florida boundaries by cruise ships. If you operate cruise ships coming to ports in Florida, or other states and have questions regarding tax reporting, licensing, or compliance with alcohol, food, and/or tobacco regulations, GrayRobinson has one of the larg...

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  • What Real Estate Brokers Need to Know About Alcohol-Related Issues

    What Real Estate Brokers Need to Know About Alcohol-Related Issues

    Published: 27 Feb 2017

    By Valerie Haber, Miami Liquor License Attorney, Alcohol Law and Food Law Attorney FEBRUARY 27, 2017 -- We get a lot of questions from commercial real estate brokers about Miami liquor licenses and whether alcohol establishments can be located at particular properties. When brokers are faced with a proposed use that will require a liquor or beer and wine license (restaurants, bars, nightclu...

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  • Liquor Licenses as an Asset: How to Administer an Estate when the Decedent is a Licensee?

    Liquor Licenses as an Asset: How to Administer an Estate when the Decedent is a Licensee?

    Published: 21 Feb 2017

    By: Jason Cetel, Tampa Liquor License Attorney, Alcohol Law and Food Law Attorney and Sunai Edwards, Tampa Liquor License Attorney, Alcohol Law and Food Law Attorney A client comes into your office seeking advice for his estate plan. He is the sole owner of a company that operates a popular bar in town, known for its margaritas. During your meeting, he specifies that he wants to devise his vint...

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