Drug Companies Move to Specialize, Robotic Milkers, Chicago to Regulate Pedicabs, “Meat-Like” Coffee
The global pharmaceutical industry is moving towards specialization after decades of trying to diversify their drug portfolios.
More farms in the New York dairy belt are using robotic milkers to feed and milk cows.
Chicago alderman Tom Tunney is proposing to cap the number of pedicab licenses at 200 and allow aldermen to ban pedicabs from congested areas, but critics say the regulation could put pedicabs – a more environmentally-friendly alternative to cars – out of business.
A coffee buyer from Durham, N.C. has come up with a new flavor wheel that includes descriptors like snow peas and “meat-like.”