Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - April 15 2021

Newsletter 04/15/2022

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Americans Opinions on MLB

After resolving a work stoppage that nearly canceled games, Major League Baseball is scheduled to begin its 2022 season last week with Opening Day. A recent YouGov poll asked 1,000 U.S. adult citizens about their opinions on recent MLB rule changes and on the sport more broadly.

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Pabst Labs Opens Cannabis-Focused Beverage Factory, Triples Capacity for THC-Infused Drinks

Among Pabst many innovations over the past few years — including hard coffee, hard seltzer, hard tea, and whiskey (no "hard" needed) — in 2020, Pabst granted the rights to Pabst Labs to begin making the non-alcoholic but THC-laced Pabst Blue Ribbon Cannabis Infused Seltzer. Pabst said data shows that THC-infused beverages are seeing a 40 percent growth rate, the fastest growing category in the cannabis industry, according to the Cannabis Beverage Association (CBA). -FoodandWine.com

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Americans Admit They Eat More Candy Now Than When They Were Kids

Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of HI-CHEW, a new survey found that 52 percent of respondents reported eating more candy now as adults than they ever did as kids.-Spokesman Recorder.com

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Nearly 80% of Americans would pay more for eco-friendly travel, survey finds

With Earth Day just a few weeks away, The Vacationer released its annual 2022 Sustainable Travel Survey, finding that over 78% of Americans are willing to pay more to travel if it will lower their trip’s carbon footprint. 33.39% would be willing to pay up to $50 more, 33.21% would be willing to pay between $50 and $250 more, 9.22% would be willing to pay between $250 and $500 more, and 2.46% would be willing to pay over $500 more.-silive.com

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