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Shoppers are buying store brands more today than ever before. That trend could only continue as retailers grow their online offerings.
A widely used farm pesticide that the Trump administration refused to ban could get restricted in California.
Panera Bread restaurant rose from a small-town bakery to a multibillion-dollar chain, Eater reports.
The latest count from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows there were 867,920 grocery cashiers in the U.S. in 2016.
On Wednesday, Jana Partners said it was exiting its position of 26 million shares, or about an 8.2 percent stake in the grocery chain.
Chipotle says a Virginia store that was temporarily closed because of a suspected case of norovirus will reopen Wednesday.
Heinz tried to trick Chicagoans into putting ketchup on their hot dog. Reaction on social media was swift and fierce.
As a results of some calculated bets, Maine's lobster business has seen a surge in demand.
Amazon might as well have legally named its meal kit takeover “Death to Blue Apron," says Dealbreaker's Thorton McEnery.
Alibaba Group introduced three new Hema supermarkets where consumers can shop and eat in-store or order for online delivery.
Tom Bene currently serves as president and chief operating officer at Sysco. Outgoing CEO Bill DeLaney will advise Bene through the end of 2018.
At least five directors recently left the Hampton Creek board, leaving just co-founder and CEO Josh Tetrick, Bloomberg reported.
Blue Apron shares hit an all-time intraday low of $6.51 a share, according to FactSet.
According to Amazon's trademark application, this service will offer "prepared food kits ... ready for cooking and assembly as a meal."
Subway revealed Monday that it will be ditching the rustic brick and subway car design that has long been associated with its chains.
Shoppers are avoiding the center of grocery stores. That's adding more pressure to already struggling companies.
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