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1 hr ago | The Courier Mailer
Bright green hops and at least 10 pounds of dark red cherries from Yakima, some chocolate malt from Chile, Dutch baker's cocoa, Munich malt, golden extract, Northwest pale malt, crystallized malt 120 and 30, and roasted barley are all on the list.
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2 hrs ago | New York Daily News
The Rev. Nicholas Richards, founder of the Abyssinian Fund, a nonprofit that supports coffee farmers in Ethiopia, is in the middle of hashing out a distribution deal to launch an Aby Fund-branded coffee in the States, starting in the Big Apple.
4 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
The proposal for a new Whole Foods Market, Walgreens and renovated shopping center at the southwest corner of Ygnacio Valley and Oak Grove Roads will be in front of city planners Thursday for final approval.
4 hrs ago | St. Cloud Times
Tastefully Simple lays off 66 workers Restructuring will result in the reduction of positions at its headquarters in Alexandria.
6 hrs ago | Business Journal
Harris Teeter has signed a deal making Keurig Green Mountain Inc. the exclusive manufacturer of the grocer's brand of single-serve coffee packs.
6 hrs ago | The Brooklyn Paper
Brooklyn's parole headquarters is headed for Gowanus, and the local community board is bracing for a fight from neighbors apprehensive about an influx of former prisoners to the industrial neighborhood.
6 hrs ago | WOTV Battle Creek
It was a great night for the attendees and winners at the Meijer "Dream It, Build It" Building Contest! The contest was held at the Grand Rapids Public Museum on July 8. The contest asked participants to create their best, original creation made entirely out of LEGO Duplo, Megablocks, or other LEGO-compatible plastic bricks or related pieces.
8 hrs ago | Lexington Herald-Leader
Kroger's Louisville division, which includes Central Kentucky stores, on Wednesday said it has lowered prices on nearly 10,000 individual items, saying it is investing millions of dollars to reduce thousands of prices in its stores.
10 hrs ago | Business Journal
The Jenkins family, which controls Publix Super Markets Inc., the Glazer family, owners of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers , and the Lykes family, which made its fortune in land holdings and citrus, all appear on a new list from Forbes, measuring the wealth of 185 American clans.
14 hrs ago | Business Journal
The Rainbow Foods on Lagoon Avenue that was sold by Roundy's reopens today after a three-day shutdown to switch its flag and merchandise to Cub Foods .
14 hrs ago | Business Journal
The Eden Prairie-based retailer has started renovating its former headquarters, a vacant building at 11840 Valley View Road in Eden Prairie, where it intends to relocate about 1,000 employees from its current space at 7075 Flying Cloud Drive, said spokesman Jeff Swanson .
14 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Atlanta
A quick update on Instacart, the San Francisco-based grocery delivery service that launched in Atlanta at the end of June : Initially partnering with Kroger and Costco exclusively, Instacart announced Wednesday that its inventory has expanded to include groceries from Whole Foods.
15 hrs ago | Creative Loafing
Not very long from now and in a neighborhood not very far away, empirical grocers will wage a war against one another for consumers like you and me.
16 hrs ago | KISS 95.7 Hartford
Whole Foods Market is recalling mini 4oz. containers of pre-packaged Caesar salad and Mesclun Goat Cheese salad sold in stores on July 8,, 2014 throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut due to mislabeling and a resulting undeclared allergen of fish and egg and tree nuts .
16 hrs ago | Denver Westword
Before he moved to Colorado in the late '90s to help open the Whole Foods store on Pearl Street in Boulder, Louis Karp opened Waterloo Records in Austin, a spot that went on to become one of the most successful independent record stores in the nation.
17 hrs ago | Stroudnewsand Journal
Dinner at Six in Union Street opened on Wednesday, July 2 in the premises previously occupied by the Food Emporium, which closed earlier this year.
18 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper
In the fall of 2013, 29 iconic Pigs tucked their curly tails and left the South forever.
Shelley Boris, who operates the catering business Fresh Company, has served as chef at The Garrison Institute since it opened.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 06:45 pm
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