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JuiceVibes Wants Cary To Enjoy Its Fruits and Vegetables

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Most Americans do not get enough fruits and vegetables, but a new store opening in Cary is hoping to get local residents to eat healthy, or rather, drink healthy.
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Cary Businessman Brings Locally Sourced Vodka to NC

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You do not need to look far to find local beer brewing in North Carolina, or wine for that matter. But one Cary businessman, together with two other entrepreneurs from around the Triangle, are looking to add vodka to the list of North Carolina originals.
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Fighting Skin Cancer with Fortnight Beer

One of the least talked-about cancers is also one of the most common. But a partnership between Fortnight Brewing and The Polka Dot Mama Melanoma Foundation (PDMMF) is bringing skin cancer to the forefront with a new beer.
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Eighty8 Brings Fusion Dining to Cary

In America, and particularly the Triangle, many different cultures and cuisines are mixed together. And at Eighty8 Asian Bistro in Cary, they are hoping to use this mix of cultures and their restaurant experience to bring new dishes to customers.
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Quick Dinner Recipe: Thai Yellow Curry Chicken

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In Cary, we are fortunate to have access to lots of international food. This recipe for Thai Yellow Curry Chicken is delicious, versatile, cheap and cooks in about 20 minutes.
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Cary McDonald's Partnering with High School Environmental Efforts

We sort our recycling every week but do you think about recycling your coffee grounds? Cary High School is starting a program to reuse coffee grounds to help grow plants and they are getting help from a store that makes a lot of coffee each morning.
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Cary Breweries Weigh In on Raising Cap on Distribution

Breweries have taken off quickly in North Carolina and the Triangle in particular. And new legislation proposed by the General Assembly would change the way these craft breweries can distribute their product, in a way those in the Cary area support.
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Southern Women's Show Encourages Local Eating

North Carolina is known as an agricultural state but how many of us eat food grown locally around us? At the upcoming Southern Women's Show, visitors can learn about all the ways to eat local and even try food from vendors in the Triangle.

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