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Bryan Spillane, BofA Global Research Senior food and beverage analyst, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the outlook on the food and beverage industry as companies try to offset inflation.

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ALEXIS CHRISTOFOROUS: Major food and beverage producers are sounding the alarm on higher prices coming later this year. It’s yet another blow to consumers, who are already dealing with the biggest annual price increase in 13 years. Joining me now is Bryan Spillane, senior food and beverage analyst at Bank of America Global Research. Bryan, thanks for being with us. So earnings season is upon us. Do you expect

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ELLINGTON, CT (WFSB) – The North Central District Health Department is putting out a warning for consumers not to eat food purchased from Gerry’s Donuts in Ellington.

The warning was issued after the health department received several reports of gastrointestinal illness from people who recently consumed donuts and other products from the business.

Symptoms reported included vomiting and diarrhea.

Gerry’s Donuts is closed while the health department investigates the cause of the illness.

The health department advised anyone who purchased products from Gerry’s Donuts, should discard them immediately.

Anyone experiencing illness should contact their healthcare provider.

Gerry’s Donuts posted a

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(Hermitage, PA – March 2021) CCL Container, North America’s leading manufacturer of recyclable aluminum packaging, is expanding its eco-friendly product line to include a sustainable aluminum beverage cup. Dubbed “ReCup” for its “recyclable, refillable and reusable” properties, the cup is manufactured entirely from virgin aluminum, giving it valuable recycling potential.

“We are extremely excited to introduce the ReCup,” states Kimberly Kizer, Vice President of Sales for CCL Container. “As we near the end of the pandemic, we are seeing a returning focus on sustainability best practices, among both consumer brands and their retail partners. Package options that reduce landfill waste

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Sales of cannabis-infused beverages were up 40% last year, as companies sought to capitalize on new marijuana consumers seeking a familiar form of consumption and those looking for an alternative to alcoholic drinks.

Marijuana beverage companies, for example, have been cashing in on health-related trends such as Dry January, when alcohol drinkers abstain for the month and look for alternative ways to relax.

“People are very mindful of the impact of alcohol on their health and their looks,” said Tracey Mason, co-founder and CEO of cannabis-infused, alcohol-free wine company House of Saka, based in California’s famed Napa Valley winemaking region.

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