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With the help of virtual therapists, people with eating disorders tackle anxiety in grocery stores 20.5.2018 Washington Post
With the help of virtual therapists, people with eating disorders tackle anxiety in grocery stores
What is your dog eating? Petco will show you with in-store kitchens 19.5.2018 LA Times: Business

Petco shoppers soon can opt to see exactly what goes into their pet’s meals thanks to a new deal the retailer has inked with JustFoodForDogs, a Southern California purveyor of human-quality pet food.

The partnership, announced earlier this week, will see San Diego-based Petco construct JustFoodForDogs-branded...

Swapping fryers for fitting rooms: Chicago looks to regulate mobile boutiques 18.5.2018 Chicago Tribune: Business
After years of contentious efforts to regulate food trucks, Chicago is tackling a new kind of mobile business: trucks that swap fryers for fitting rooms and hawk merchandise, not meals. The city in 2016 gave about a half-dozen mobile boutiques — selling apparel, shoes and artwork — permission ...
Kroger teams with British online grocer to take on Amazon and Walmart 18.5.2018 LA Times: Business

Kroger Co. is showing some fight.

The largest U.S. grocery chain, battered by doubts that it can thrive as Amazon and Walmart siphon off food customers, took a big step on Thursday by teaming up with Ocado, a British online grocer known for automated warehouses where robots quickly fill orders....

Walmart to launch grocery delivery next week in Chicago area 18.5.2018 Chicago Tribune: Business
Walmart is launching its grocery delivery service in the Chicago area Tuesday, a major development in the region’s fiercely competitive grocery industry as retailers increasingly compete for online dollars. Other Chicago-area chains like Jewel-Osco, Mariano’s, Aldi and Meijer already offer ...
She was the driving force behind one of the largest Latino grocers — and abuelita Tere to 53 grandchildren 13.5.2018 LA Times: Commentary

When it came time to say goodbye to Teresa Reynoso de Gonzalez, nearly two dozen people squeezed into her Fullerton hospital room.

Still more waited in the hallway. And in a nearby lobby. And in a conference room, freed up by the hospital once the crowd reached nearly 100.

“Doctors thought she...

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Farmers Are Struggling to Make Ends Meet. This Controversial Policy Could Help. 12.5.2018 Mother Jones
With a trade war looming, commodity prices falling, and the dairy industry in full-blown crisis, a growing number of American farmers are embracing a controversial set of farm policies that would manage the country’s commodity production and stabilize crop prices. The policies, known as supply management, governed US agriculture for decades but were abandoned in […]
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Midwestern voters gave Trump a chance. Now, they’re the key to his political future. 11.5.2018 Washington Post
Over the first 15 months of the Trump presidency, The Post visited the Midwest for extended and sometimes repeated interviews with residents. What emerged is a story of how attitudes toward the president have changed, told through the voices of people in a unique part of Trump Nation.
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How many calories are in that pizza? Chain restaurants now have to tell you. 7.5.2018 Washington Post
Consumers should expect to see the labels at restaurant, grocery and convenience store chains with 20 or more locations.
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5 wines to match your grilled food, including two affordable rosés 4.5.2018 Washington Post
5 wines to match your grilled food, including two affordable rosés
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From the Archives: 1933 farm workers paid with food 4.5.2018 LA Times: Commentary

As it did everywhere, unemployment skyrocketed in Los Angeles County with the arrival of the Great Depression. Because farmers could not afford to hire workers to harvest their crops, food spoiled in the fields while families went hungry. Both the unemployed and the farmers benefited from a cooperative...

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The 'meaty' vegan sausage flying off Philly shelves 27.4.2018 Philly.com News
A new plant-based product, Beyond Meat Sausage, has been selling out of area Whole Foods as soon as it hits the shelves.
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'It's just not what people want anymore': Subway to close hundreds of U.S. stores 27.4.2018 Washington Post
'It's just not what people want anymore': Subway to close hundreds of U.S. stores
Welcome to the New Convenience Store 26.4.2018 Wall St. Journal: Europe
Once a late-night last resort, mini marts now offer far more than Cheetos and cigarettes. Kombucha on tap, anyone?
Foraging for cheese, candy, even shoofly pie 25.4.2018 Philly.com News
Whole Foods' local forager determines which items end up in stores throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, Kentucky, and Washington.
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Amazon picks Denver … as next city to offer 2-hour Whole Foods grocery delivery 24.4.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Denver isn't the first, but it's among the first 10 cities to get Whole Foods delivery. And getting picked wasn't based on any mathematical equation or the fact that the city is among the 20 finalists hoping to become home to Amazon's second headquarters.
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Food found unsafe for consumption: Forum orders store, manufacturer to pay Rs 20,000 to Mohali resident 22.4.2018 Chandigarh – The Indian Express
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Brexit pushes European dairy giant to make cuts 20.4.2018 AP Business
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- A major European dairy cooperative says that currency swings caused by Brexit are among the reasons it has to cut costs by over 400 million euros ($495 million) over the next three years....
Milk, bread, hemp oil? A dietitian’s guide to the cannabis items in your grocery store. 20.4.2018 Washington Post
Milk, bread, hemp oil? A dietitian’s guide to the cannabis items in your grocery store.
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When the daughter of a butcher leads a discussion on animal-free eating 19.4.2018 Philly.com News
The Good Food Institute, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that helps start-ups specializing in animal-free food and works to encourage more consumer interest in such alternative foods, held a panel discussion at the Wharton School in hopes of recruiting students to consider careers in an industry on the rise. A carnivore served as moderator.
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