In the basement kitchen of the Churchill War Rooms in London, Maree Harrison and her chefs bake hundreds of flapjacks a month for catered events using the same Golden Syrup favored by Queen Elizabeth. Soon, they may need to change the recipe.
Electricity demand growth is slowing in Texas even as the population and economy expand, the state’s main grid operator said today in a new 10-year outlook that may fuel opposition to a mandatory power reserve proposal.
San Francisco delivered a valentine to Tony Bennett, the 85-year-old singer who immortalized the city with his ballad about the place where he left his heart, in a City Hall ceremony celebrating the 50th anniversary of the tune’s recording.
The European Union should abolish a duty on imports of sugar from a group of nations including leading producer Brazil and Australia to ensure a more balanced market after quotas end, according to Tate & Lyle Sugars.
The European Union must guarantee sugar supplies for the bloc’s refiners after quotas end because the cost of importing raw sweetener from preferential countries is at a 10-month high, according to Tate & Lyle Sugars.