Having spent the bulk of my adult life as part of the MSM, as bloggers now refer to the "mainstream media," I usually try to avoid mentioning certain things for fear of seeming self-important now that most of my efforts are directed online.
But, sometimes, mind you, the MSM is way behind the curve in topical news. I find that happens with particular regularity in coverage of the beverage industry.
The latest example: Barron's Online has an item today about the switch from high fructose corn syrup to cane sugar as a beverage sweetener. An interesting topic, and certainly one of great importance to dollar-minded businesses and health-conscious consumers. But it's not new news, even from such a paragon of business reporting as Barron's.
As evidence, here are links to my stories on the topic -- published back on April 22 and May 22.
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To Dowd's Wine Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Brews Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Non-Alcohol Drinks Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Tasting Notes latest entry.
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