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Today, Disney has changed their COVID-19 safety protocol to allow guests once again to fill their own beverages at self-service stations around Walt Disney World Resort. We checked out the new process for filling beverages in action at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

There are social distancing stickers set up at the station and in the line.

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Guests are first instructed to use the hand sanitizer available at the entrance to the service station.

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A gloved Cast Member may then hand a cup to the guest, depending on location. Guests with refillable resort mugs can bring theirs up instead.

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After that, guests

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RTD Bombay Sapphire

Bacardi’s Bombay Sapphire has launched its canned RTD gin & tonic nationwide in the US, following the launch in Europe earlier this year.

With an ABV of 5.9%, Bombay Sapphire & Tonic combines the brand’s heralded, vapour-infused London Dry Gin with the perfect balance of tonic water, for a superior taste experience.” 

Bombay Sapphire & Tonic also comes in a light tonic variety, with 90 calories and 0 sugar.

Baileys Colada

Diageo North America has launched limited edition Baileys Colada in the US.

The drink is ‘made with Irish Cream and blended with the

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(CNN) — It’s an experience most of us have had while traveling.

You go to a restaurant where an old lady is cooking the kind of home-style dishes she’s likely cooked her whole life, and it turns out to be one of the most memorable meals of yours.

Anastasia Miari had this experience on the Greek island of Corfu in 2016. Along with her friend Iska Lupton, she sat down to a meal of succulent sea bream with skordalia (garlic dip) and a Greek salad, cooked by an elderly widow, also called Anastasia.

There’s just one difference with the rest

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The global explosion of craft brewing and craft distilling has led to an unexpected literary micro-genre: writing that attempts to define just what is meant by the term “craft” when it comes to food and drink. While essays on the subject can be found all over the place, the most significant contribution to the category probably arrived last year with the publication of the book “Craft: An Argument” by the British beer writer Pete Brown, whose attempt to explain the pros and cons of the term craft covers some 200 pages.

Brown might have offered the deepest thinking

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The World Bank has approved a $400 million loan to help China improve food safety management and reduce food safety risks.

The cost of foodborne diseases in terms of human capital productivity loss in China is estimated at more than $30 billion per year, almost 50 percent of the total economic burden of foodborne infections in Asia, according to the World Bank.

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated food safety challenges in processing, packaging, and transporting agricultural products. Improvements in food safety standards are important for China’s trading partners and agricultural export competitiveness.

The China Food Safety Improvement Project will strengthen

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