These Japanese Grapes Cost More Than a Semester at College—And a Grocery Store Is Giving Them Away for Free
A single cluster of Ruby Roman grapes sold for 1.1 million yen (about $10,900 USD) on July 7 at a wholesale market in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture.
Why You Shouldn’t Feel Bad for Blowing All Your Money On Food
Good news for the $11-smoothie set and fans of organic baby lettuces: One study found that the more money you spend on food, the healthier you are.
Scotland Is Fighting to Make Booze More Expensive to Solve Its Drinking Problem
Scotland's alcohol-pricing law violates European Union commerce rules, but the European Court of Justice let the possibility of a minimum price stand so long as Scottish courts first determine whether raising taxes on alcohol is just as effective.