What Will the Future of NAFTA Mean for Our Tequila Supply?
Your tequila is safe, at least at the moment.
Trump's Mexico Tariff Could Utterly Screw Chipotle
Chipotle gets around 70 million pounds of the 99 million pounds of avocados it uses each year from Mexico.
Trump's Mexico Tariff Would Be Very Bad News for Americans Who Like Food, Alcohol
A tariff on imported Mexican goods could have a devastating effect on America’s ability to feed itself—and on American food businesses that hope to continue selling goods in Mexico.
Cuba Doesn’t Want Any Filthy American Food
Our capitalist politicians are learning the hard way that just because we suddenly want to rub shoulders with communist-run Cuba doesn’t mean they want to do the same.
Why Cubans Won't Be Drinking Frappuccinos Anytime Soon
If the coffee behemoth wanted to move in on the coffee market in Cuba, they’d be facing more than just a population that knows its <i>cafecitos</i> very, very well.
South Africa Is in a Massive Cock Fight with the Congressional Chicken Caucus
While the US has allowed Chardonnay from Stellenbosch to flow duty-free into American goblets since 2000, taxes imposed on Yankee bird meat that same year have impeded US chicken sales to the growing South African market.