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April 16, 2014; NEW YORK – Andegavia Cask Wines today announced the introduction of the first sustainably-packaged, luxury wine brand with direct-to-consumer delivery. Blending the heritage of Old-World Europe with the spirit of today’s modern-day wine drinker, the smartly-designed Andegavia cask seals high-end varietals in recyclable packaging for a greener, more cost-effective way to enjoy luxury wines every day. Andegavia’s exceptional cask wines are sourced from top wine regions, including Napa and Sonoma Valley, and provide a “wine-on-tap” experience at home.
Napa, CA, April 17, 2013— The ultimate Earth Day story is on tap this year as restaurants and venues nationwide, including Pebble Beach Resorts, Marriott Hotels and Caesars Entertainment, have significantly reduced their waste by installing wine on tap. Free Flow Wines, the pioneer in this space, today unveiled new waste reduction numbers that showcase the green benefits and lower carbon emissions that wine on tap offers. Free Flow Wines has removed more than 2 million wine bottles from landfills and has allowed the wine and hospitality industries to move away from bottles and disposable packages to a sustainable, environmentally friendly way of serving wine.
Carmel Valley, California, Jan 2, 2014 - Guurgle.com, LLC has just launched its new wine app, Guurgle, after 3 years of research and development. Guurgle is a comprehensive, easy to use wine app for all wine drinkers and enthusiasts, that provides a powerful resource allowing a user to search for wines, wineries, grape varietals and read and write reviews. Users can find everything about wineries in California.
April 16, 2014 - Key Technology strengthens its commitment to California food processors by expanding its Innovation and Solutions Center (ISC) and local service capabilities in Sacramento, California, USA. The customer visitor center, which opened in 2011, was expanded in 2014 to showcase Key's complete source of belt- and chute-fed digital sorting technologies, conveying, and processing solutions for food processors. The expanded ISC now offers spare parts, after-sales service, and technical support for all Key equipment, and enables customers to participate in equipment demonstrations, application tests, and training in Sacramento.
AstraPouch announced the launch of its new website, www.astrapouch.com. The company has seen tremendous growth in the past year, including a significant expansion of its products. Its signature pouch is now available in sizes ranging from the single-serve 187ml and 375ml AstroMini to the double-gusseted 3.0L AstroPaq. AstraPouch also manufactures a range of filling machines, capable of everything from hand and tabletop filling to semi- and fully automated filling. The products are now clearly represented on the website, and a new gallery beautifully showcases pouches from many of AstraPouch’s clients.
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (April 14, 2014) – Tractor Supply Company, in partnership with National 4-H Council, recently announced the launch of its spring 2014 Paper Clover Campaign.
Hanna Instruments describes its new Edge pH meter as the “culmination of Hanna’s vision, design capabilities, integrated production and world class R&D.” The Edge measures pH, conductivity and dissolved oxygen. Test results are displayed on a 5.5” LCD display and the Edge’s slim design and “capacitive touch” keyboard gives the unit a modern look. Digital electrodes feature built-in microchips that store calibration information and use a 3.5 mm connector. Details: hannainst.com
The new PA-10L printer applicator by International Bar Coding & Consulting Inc., IBC, is built for high-speed case label printing and application. According to IBC, the unit can print and apply more than 300 labels per minute and can print serialized or different data on each label. Details: ibcworld.net
The complete range of yeast nutrients by Anchor Yeast is now available in the North American market. The line includes Anchorferm, Nutrivin and Nutrivin Super. Anchorferm is intended for use during yeast rehydration to boost yeast viability, Nutrivin can be used as a “comprehensive nutritional source” for yeast and Nutrivin Super contains added thiamine to help yeast withstand high-stress fermentations. The products are available in 1 kg and 10 kg package sizes. Details: oenobrands.com
PDC International Corporation has introduced its 90C-ER Shrinksealer for the fast, continuous application of tamper-evident seals and shrink-sleeve neck labels. The new unit can seal up to 400 containers per minute or run as slow as 50 cpm. 90C-ER Shrinksealers apply single and multi-layer PVC, PETG, PLA and OPS sleeves in gauges as think as 40 micron. Details: pdc-corp.com
QuantisLabs announced its SmartVineyard system is now available in the North American market. The precision viticulture system is comprised of several monitoring stations linked to a central unit that records data. Collected data is transmitted to a server where it is analyzed with algorithms developed for specific vineyard diseases. Growers receive regular updates on the risk level of certain diseases such as powdery mildew. Details: smartvineyard.com
MELBOURNE, Australia, April 8, 2014 – SunPower Corp. (NASDAQ: SPWR), a global solar technology and energy services company, and Watershed Premium Wines (Watershed), an award-wining winery located in Margaret River, Australia, announced the completion of a 149-kilowatt SunPower solar power system installed on a roof shared by Watershed’s barrel store and wine warehouse. The high efficiency SunPower system is expected to save Watershed AU$79,000 in energy costs annually and offset electricity use by 30 percent.
Zenergy Works, a Santa Rosa, Calif.-based internet marketing company has developed its “Sales Eagle” software that couples Google Maps Business View virtual tours with sales and marketing information. The company is offering wineries virtual tours in which a prospective customer can visit a tasting room online and click on a bottle on a shelf to obtain information on buying the wine. The company has already partnered with wineries in Sonoma County and is looking to establish an office in Napa County. Details: zenergyworks.com
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