While the buyer’s identity remains a mystery, documents show new uses may be in store, including a distillery.
Brian Quigley has relocated Qnovia’s headquarters to Richmond from Los Angeles as it continues to develop its nicotine replacement device.
I have a biology degree, so I was totally geeking out with pH paper in my kitchen,” owner Kim Baker said of developing the brownie. “It’s a lot of lentils that went into it and a lot of love.”
The cash haul comes as Phlow and other members of the regional Alliance for Building Better Medicine just received a $53 million federal pandemic recovery grant to build new labs in Richmond and Petersburg.
J.T. Spencer is now owned by Imperial and its parent company Paramount Apparel, in a deal that will maintain and expand the beltmaker’s West End operations.
Activation Capital will build a 100,000-square-foot lab in downtown Richmond, while Civica will construct a 60,000-square-foot lab in Meadowville Technology Park to support its drug manufacturing facility in Petersburg.
The cover band’s Steely Can Wine started as a joke but is now a full-on Steely Dan-inspired company that began selling its canned wines last week.
WayGone Brewery will open in the Canterbury Shopping Center next spring and will be the region’s 47th brewery.
A double scoop of news: Nightingale Ice Cream Sandwiches is adding production space in South Richmond, while Roanoke-based Blue Cow Ice Cream launched its first local store.
“For small brewers, this is a really, really big deal,” Brett Vassey, CEO of the Virginia Craft Brewers Guild, said of the group’s efforts to tweak the entrenched “three-tier system.”