The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 8, 2001 · Page 61
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 61

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Dipping into profitable waters isn't new, but one enterprising . group of bottlers now promises the ultimate purity: harvesting icebergs off the coast of Newfoundland for an entire line of water/vodka and even beer. The advantage is obvious, says Ron Stamp,co-founderof Newfoundland-based Iceberg Industries; The water supply was formed during the glacial age, long before man-made pollution. His company melts down growlers (named for the noise ice malces when it breaks off) and sells the liquid as Boreaiis beverages in North America, Europe and the Middle East. The firm went public in 2000; sales are expected to double to $1.3 million this year. But harvesting the water is tough work: Nets are used to tow the icebergs to shore, where they're broken into half-ton chunks with a giant grappler. Who knows? This may be Just the tip of the iceberg. For more info, check out icebergindustries.com. Swanson's goes haute At Ike in New York City and Butter in San l^rancisco, diners are plunking down $6 a pop for the privilege of being served a meal you can buy in your local grocery's freezer. We're talkin' Swanson's TV dinners, whicli retail for about half that amount in stores. They're best sellers at Butter, which co-owner Chris Solle describes as a "white-trash bistro." (The menu also features TaterTots and SpaghettiOs "like your baby sitter used to make," Solle says.) 'The Salisbury steak flies out of here," says Ike chef Scott Gerow. Swanson's home kitchens in New Jersey aren't surprised: They sell more than 3 million TV dinners a week. Nostalgia is a driving force, admits the company's Kevin Lowery. "Swanson's wound up being a special thing for dinner. It was OK to eat dessert first, especially if it had the brownie." ca Contributing: Michele Hatty USA WEEKEND - April 6-8,2001 17 Once a Dav. On Your Way Lowering your blood sugar just got more convenient with NEW CLUCOPHAGEyp. (metformin HCI extended -release tablets) .^I ^NCE DAILY Now the #1 prescribed pill for lowering blood sugar is available in a once-a-day dose. Along with diet and exercise, Giucopliage XR can help lower your blood sugar, so talk to your doctor, today. Important Information: Glucophage XR is not for everyone. In rare cases. Glucophage XR may cause lactic acidosis (buildup of lactic acid in the blood) which is serious and can be fatal in half the cases.This occurs mainly in people whose kidneys are not functioning properly.Tell your doctor about your alcohol use because it can affect your risk.You should not take this drug if you: have kidney problems, are 80 or older (unless your kidneys are tested), are taking medication for heart failure, are seriously dehydrated, have a severe infection, or have or have had liver disease. The most common side effect is diarrhea. Please see additional important patient information on the next page. Ask your doctor about NEW VCLUCOPHACE -yP^ MorrriinHCIeMeiv!ed-itesaslea )^aMj For more information call toll-free 1-877-285-0749 or visit our website at www.glucophageXR.com Bristol-Myers Squibb Company GLUCOPHAGE Is a registered trademark ol LIPHA s.a. Ueensed to Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. ©2001 Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Princeton, NJ 08543 F5-K267C Issued: March 2001 Printed In USA

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