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Springtime. For wine lovers, it’s practically synonymous with rosé. This year, as the wine industry and consumers alike emerge from the dark depths of COVID, “rosé season” has taken on an even more welcome and refreshing character than usual. Each glass of rosé I’ve enjoyed within the past few weeks has felt like a gentle
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© Getty Images Make your travel money go further, so you have more to spend when you get there © Getty Images Ready to book that bucket-list trip, only to find your pockets don’t run as deep as you had hoped? Don’t despair – there are countless ways to save money, from discount air fares
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Burgers are one home delivery item that are best prepared on arrival. A cooked takeaway burger inevitably requires reheating and ideally taken apart to avoid ruining the fillings. It’s never going to taste as good when reheated. Many burger restaurants have realised this and have created DIY home burger kits with raw patties and all
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Do Americans need to drink more water? A growing list of private equity firms, venture funds, strategics, athletes, and celebrities sure think so. An estimated 75% of Americans suffer from chronic dehydration. To help combat that, there are now several brands marketing better-for-you electrolyte powders, many of them formulated around the World Health Organization’s recipe
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The craft brewing industry’s continual run of positive growth rates has come to a halt due to the pandemic. According to the recently released annual production report from the Brewers Association (BA) -the not-for-profit trade association representing small and independent American craft brewers- 2020 saw only 23.1 million barrels of beer produced a 9% decline
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(CNN) — It’s a landscape that looks almost alien. Soft tufa rock — spewed from volcanoes millennia ago to create a series of ethereal “fairy chimneys” that have been shaped and sculpted by nature. This is Cappadocia. Rising above the Anatolian Plains of central Turkey, this historic region is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage
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Restaurants have notoriously been behind the tech curve–particularly compared to their retail peers. This is no surprise, really. Razor-thin margins will affect priorities in a way that elevates foundational food and service investments over shiny new tech products with relatively unproven returns. COVID-19 shifted these priorities significantly, however. Now, shiny new tech products are table
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Image via: Autorentals.com $300/day car rentals? Is this real? In some extreme cases, yes, this is the current reality. Or, potentially even worse, there are no rental cars available at all. As travel demand continues to rise for Spring Break and Easter weekend, rental car companies are struggling to keep up with demand. Our internal data and analysis
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