Bay State Residents Love Their Wine; National Guard Brings Food to Vermont

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• Thanks to relaxed alcohol laws and increased demand for locally grown products, Massachusetts is seeing a spike in wineries. [BBJ]

• Towns in Vermont that were cut from food and water owing to hurricane-related flooding were airlifted supplies by the National Guard. [News 24]

• From cicada ice cream to ice cream ramen, the world’s wackiest frozen desserts. [Food & Wine via HuffPo]

• Today’s diet tip: Eat more slowly — it reportedly helps keep the pounds off. [New Zealand Herald]

• Irish tennis player Connor Niland has been suffering from food poisoning since Sunday, which has left him unable to compete at the US Open. [Irish Times]

• You may soon be able to drink Starbucks coffee in the office: The chain will roll out single-serving K-Cups in November. Oh, facilities manager … [Starbucks Gossip]

• Speaking of coffee, Krispy Kreme is getting into the caffeinated-beverage game. Look out, Dunkin’. [NRN]

Bay State Residents Love Their Wine; National Guard Brings Food to Vermont