California’s wineries can ship bottles to consumers, but brewers and distillers can’t. A new bill aims to level the playing field.
Garlic fries, garlic bread and garlic ice cream made up just some of the sights and smells at the first ever National Garlic Festival over the weekend.
An announcement that an outside group was rescuing Gilroy’s Garlic Festival is being disputed. Fresno, meanwhile, has one coming up this month.
Gilroy, a city that built a brand syonymous with garlic, will not host a Garlic Festival in 2022 – or for the foreseeable future, organizers announced on Friday.
The popular, once shuttered, Fresno Food Expo is back with a new name.
The Fresno County Board of Supervisors have, apparently, stumbled on a new type of smell test for COVID-19: a garlic festival.
A new locally owned brewery, which started as a garage start-up style passion project, will soon open up just east of Clovis.
“The bacon law” is likely to wreak havoc on the supply chain for bacon and other pork products. Why? Because California officials released new regulations mere weeks before it becomes active law.
The coffee chain with cult-like following among Valley millennials is offering customers their first chance to own a piece of the company.
The northeast Fresno pizzeria from restaurateur Jimmy Pardini opens Wednesday looking to the popular Italian pizza from the Annex Kitchen and give it a bit of an American vibe.