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The case against a Prosser farmer accused of failing to properly store hazardous waste was dismissed Thursday because he has dementia. The Tri-City Herald reports ( http://bit.ly/163jAfH ) 79-year-old Philip Andrew Whitney had been charged in Benton
When winemakers crush the juice from grapes, what's left is a goopy pile of seeds, stems and skins called pomace. Until several years ago, these remains were more than likely destined for the dump. "The pomace pile was one of the largest problems
WholeVine flours are made from (clockwise from top) zinfandel seeds, chardonnay seeds, pinot noir skins, sauvignon blanc skins and syrah skins. Barbara Banke, chairwoman of Jackson Family Wines, and Chalk Hill Winery co-founder Peggy Furth are
A Washington man has filed a lawsuit against a Prosser farm, claiming he suffered burns by falling into a pit of grape waste that wasn't disclosed as a hazard when his family bought the land last year. Benjamin Fox, 32, told authorities he suffered
Research found that waste from the wine and juice industries can be a natural preservative for cooked chicken meat. (Scott Phillips/The Epoch Times) The wine and juice industries generate waste consisting of grape skins and seeds that normally have
If there is a prototype for the gracious home, it could be Estate, a grand mustard-yellow 1864 Victorian manse just west of Sonoma Plaza. Visitors might imagine women in muslin dresses and men in coat and vest suits sipping Campari as they survey the
Thanksgiving is usually a time for cheer and good food and wine, but it could be a trying time for your teeth. Dental researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Centre reveal in their new study how Streptococcus mutans and other harmful
Vicki Couchman Pedro Fernandez saw, on the surveillance video, four men enter the warehouse of the Frusemur co-operative in Murcia, Spain , where he is the technical manager. They looked around, then drilled a hole in the side of each vat of oil and
In Georgia, even the cows thrive on grapes. A new grape-derived cow feed appears to have boosted milk production in Georgias central winemaking region, Kakheti, in a project with potential implications for elsewhere in the developing world.
Rats fed with apples have a higher amount of beneficial bacteria in their digestive systems. (Photos.com) An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but why? New research by scientists in Denmark have explored the science behind the classic saying.