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The start-up company Aunt Fannie claims to have raised $500,000 in seed money to develop what it’s touting as a natural pesticide to quickly attract and kill fruit flies. The company’s FlyPunch! is a 3.4 ounce pouch filled with a proprietary liquid “made from natural concentrates with no poisonous ingredients” that attracts and kills fruit flies quickly. Details:
GW Kent released new sanitary strainers that fit 2” tri-clamps and come in various configurations. The company reports the strainers offer a large surface area and provide high flow rates with minimal pressure drop. The strainers can handle medium to fine straining and can be equipped with a variety of mesh sizes. Details:
The heavy-duty Mc Mag 3000 flow meter is designed for “dirty water” applications such as surface water and wastewater ponds. The electromagnetic sensor measures in multiple locations to deliver results within 1% accuracy. Each unit comes with a guaranteed five-year battery life, and the angled sensor sheds debris to help ensure accurate measurements. Details:
Summit Agro announced it’s adding the Ranman 400SC fungicide to its portfolio of products. The fungicide’s active ingredient is Cyazofamid and according to Summit Agro the product is an ideal candidate for disease resistance management. The fungicide is designed to be applied at 2.1 to 2.75 fl. oz/acre before or after the first appearance of disease symptoms and is effective for treating downy mildew on grapes. Ranman 400SC will be available in 1 gallon and 1 quart size containers. Details: 
The new MCR-4TC data logger by TandD provides four channels of temperature monitoring and logging. Up to four units can be linked to provide 16 channels of monitoring. The unit supports K, J, T, S and R thermocouple types. Data can be viewed on a LCD display, accessed through a USB connection or saved onto a SD card and later transferred to a PC. Details:
WineDirect announced the launch of WineDirect Compliance a new component of the company’s wine business technology suite. The new service connects compliance management directly to the Vin65 commerce platform to streamline order workflow. The web-based system is available on a trial basis for all of Vin65’s winery customers. By using the system, WineDirect reports wineries can automate and schedule direct-to-consumer shipments, accurately calculate sales and excise taxes and run compliance checks in the shopping cart or via the iPad POS. Details:
Winery Advisor, a sales and marketing consultant to small and medium sized wineries, has produced a tasting room sales training video just in time for the busy wine-touring season. The 50-minute video is based on the successful Winery Advisor on-site sales class, which for the past five years has trained tasting room teams to increase club, case and bottle sales. The class has been packaged into a comprehensive DVD training program along with a workbook and support documents. The training teaches tasting room associates methods to create desire, handle objections and spot buying signals, plus includes numerous techniques to close the sale for both wine purchases and club memberships. (See video preview at
SAN FRANCISCO, CA., (May 21, 2014) - By combining a simple technology platform, the wisdom of a highly curated graphic design community and global retail companies, Red Clay Design cuts development time in half and diminishes cost by an average of 75 percent of traditional design agencies. Typical graphic agency engagements require six months and tens of thousands of dollars at minimum to produce new labels and marketing collateral. Not only does the new software by Red Clay reduce time and cost, items being designed through the Red Clay process have seen a 4 times higher success rate in the market compared to traditionally designed pieces.
NAPA, Calif. – May 9, 2014 – VinoVisit, Inc., the only free tasting room management tool for wineries, today announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with to syndicate the “Book A Visit” reservation link on winery profiles found on, and and on the WineCountry mobile app.
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA – Known to hover in even the cleanest restaurant kitchens, bars, breweries and wineries, pesky fruit flies are highly disruptive to sanitation and ambiance. Finally, there’s a safe, effective solution: At this week’s National Restaurant Association show, Aunt Fannie is launching FlyPunch!, the first natural pesticide to quickly attract and kill fruit flies.
French-made Archimedys auger components are designed to flex in case of an overload preventing shut-downs from damaged parts and necessary repairs. The polymer auger components are easy to maintain, improve material flow, create less noise and only require the operator to replace worn parts, not the entire auger, according to the manufacturer. The auger components slide onto metal shafts. Details:
According to Assured Automation, its G2 series of industrial-grade flow meters provide “compact, high precision fluid measurement.” The meters can be installed either in line or at the end of a hose, feature an easy-to-read display and are available with tri-clamp ends. The included battery has an approximate life of 4,000 hours and the unit features two flow “totalizers” one of which can be zeroed after each batch. Details: 
Packaging supplier AstraPouch unveiled its new AstroPaq 750, which is a 750ml capacity version of its plastic wine pouch. The new package is available pre-printed or label-ready. “Our pouches weigh less than the other options and they stay fresher longer,” said AstroPouch’s president Dave Moynihan in a press release. “They’re also the only ones produced without the use of cardboard, meaning they don’t require separation before recycling.” Details:
Brehm Vineyards, a West Coast based packer and distributer of wine grapes, announced it is now offering frozen grapes in drums and totes for commercial winery clients. The company has supplied five-gallon pails of frozen must and juice for home winemakers since 1974. Owner Peter Brehm says the frozen grapes, which are preserved without any flavor or aroma distortion, are useful for running trials, restarting stuck fermentations, blending low or high-acid wines or producing a special release with a unique variety of grape. Details:
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