While wine consumption is down among some of us, we can look at conspicuous consumption for the reason why expensive wine is more popular.
From changing tastes to tariffs to the number of dairy cows, changes in demand and supply have created a massive cheese glut.
Seemingly small at 10%, Canada’s retaliatory ketchup tariff represents a lot more than a lift for a bland burger and salty fries.
Whether looking at chicken paws or hog hooves, U.S. and China food tastes have worked well together until U.S. and Chinese tariffs have upset the benefits of the relationships.
While facts about China’s wine imports from the U.S. are somewhat surprising, still the impact of a tariff war is predictable.
A Riddle: Q: Where do Pecorino Cheese, whiskey and whipped cream lose the same battle? A: In trade wars. Pecorino Cheese Our first story starts with bananas and ends with cheese. Because Great Britain, France and Spain wanted to favor…