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Warsteiner to develop holiday glassware

BY Allison Cerra

WARSTEIN, Germany An international premium beer brand will be developing a holiday glassware gift pack.

Warsteiner will launch three unique tulip glasses — designed by Rastal — which incorporate the Christmas theme throughout three abstract Warsteiner motifs, titled “wishes,” “stars” and “jewels.” Each pilsner glass holds up to 0.25L, and features Warsteiner’s signature gold, with etched graphics portraying Christmas and winter themes. The gift pack will be available in select retail locations beginning in November.

“With premium beers such as Warsteiner, the right glass and the perfect pour can further enhance the taste and presentation,” said Pat McEntee of Warsteiner USA. “Just as wine connoisseurs enjoy different varieties in stemware, Americans now have a growing understanding of the importance of specific glassware in enjoying a premium beer too.”

Visit Warsteiner-USA.com for more information.

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Hy-Vee acquires two stores

BY Alaric DeArment

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. Midwestern supermarket chain Hy-Vee will acquire two stores in the upper Midwest, Hy-Vee said Tuesday.

Hy-Vee agreed to purchase two stores from Sunshine Foods, one in Sioux Falls, S.D., and one in Windom, Minn. Des Moines, Iowa-based Hy-Vee already operates five stores in Sioux Falls and one in Windom.

“Sioux Falls is a key market for Hy-Vee, and the addition of these two stores will enable us to expand our services to more customers in more areas of the city,” Hy-Vee VP western region Paula Correy said . “In Windom, we will be able to replace our outdated store with a newer, larger facility.”

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DigiPower introduces Jump Start Slim

BY Allison Cerra

AVENEL, N.J. DigiPower has launched a rechargeable auxiliary battery pack for smart phones.

The Jump Start Slim is a 1100mAh auxiliary battery pack that measures 1/4-inch thin, weighs 2 oz. and also features optimized circuitry that allow for faster charging times from a computer or standard USB charger. It retails for $29.95.

“Never before has so much rechargeable power been packed into a case so small, thin, and light,” said DigiPower President Maurice Mizrahi. “Less than half the size and weight of currently available battery packs, Jump Start Slim is designed to provide consumers with three additional hours of 3G talk time, 7 additional house of video playback, and 21 additional hours of audio enjoyment.”

For more information, Mizco.com.

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