Kombucha Makers Pushing Government Regulators For New Alcohol Content Tests

Kombucha Makers Pushing Government Regulators For New Alcohol Content Tests

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Whether you enjoy drinking fermented beverages or you think your friends are crazy for guzzling something that smells sort of like vinegar and dirt, you’re probably aware that kombucha tea is pretty popular these days. You also might know that the drinks contain a low level of alcohol, which means makers have to include a special note on their label indicating as much. Kombucha companies are now trying to convince the government to adopt new alcohol content tests, claiming that the current system spurs fines and enforcement actions from regulators needlessly.

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Alltours focus on Spain and Greece

Alltours focus on Spain and Greece
Germany’s fifth-largest tour operator, with revenues of €1.5 billion last year, Alltours, will close the current 2014/15 business year (ending in October) with a 2.2% rise to 1.87 million guests (from Germany, Austria, Netherlands and Switzerland) and expects pre-tax profits to increase 10% to more than 40 million euros. Growth was highest in Germany but the other three source markets also grew, the company said.

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