Organics Sales Top $50 Billion in U.S.

Sales are accelerating quicker than nonorganics, but the overall organic growth rate is easing. By NACS Online // May 22, 2019 WASHINGTON—U.S. organic sales are still growing faster than the general market, topping $50 billion for the first time in 2018, according to the Organic Trade Association (OTA), the Minneapolis Star Tribunereports. “Organic is now…

How Sulfites Affect a Wine’s Chemistry

Wine professionals discuss sulfur’s impact on everything from oxidation to aromatic compounds and texture By Rémy Charest // SevenFifty // May 16, 2019 The emergence of natural wine and the strong viewpoints that sometimes come with it-or against it-have generated endless arguments about sulfite additions and their effects on wine. Chemistry may be more useful…

Register Now for Treasury’s May and June Outreach Events 

You’re Invited… The Michigan Treasury routinely hosts free educational seminars throughout Michigan connecting businesses, tax service providers, and other stakeholders with Treasury representatives. These seminars provide an opportunity to learn about important tax processing and tax compliance topics as well as Treasury updates. Our ongoing goal through this outreach program is to enhance communication, foster a culture of…

CBD and Cannabis News Update

This week’s CBD and cannabis updates from the U.S. and around the globe By NACS Online // May 20, 2019 ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Each week, NACS brings you a roundup of news and information on cannabis and CBD to help update you on the fast-moving products and their legality. Here are the topics in the news for the…

U.S. Senators Introduce Tobacco 21 Bill

Senate Majority Leader McConnell and Sen. Kaine co-sponsored the federal measure By NACS Online // May 22, 2019 WASHINGTON—Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) on Monday joined together on a bill that would put the federal minimum tobacco buying age at 21, the Washington Postreports. The proposal comes as more…