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1 min ago | Business Journal

Local brewery expanding, doubling production

The local brewery is adding three new fermenters, doubling its beer production capabilities.


Related Topix: Beer, Drink, Retail, Whole Foods Market

1 hr ago | Benzinga

5 Companies That Just Might Object To 3D Printed Food

With everyone from the U.S. Army to nursing homes in Germany experimenting with the use of specialized 3D printing technology to "print" realistic-looking food, it's only a matter of time before the naysayers emerge.


Related Topix: Beverages, Retail, Whole Foods Market, Food, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Life, Hamburger, Restaurant Management, Mcdonalds

1 hr ago | CBC News

Loblaw head says fresh food trumping low prices for grocery shoppers

The head of Loblaw Companies, the country's largest supermarket chain, said Thursday that savvy shoppers are no longer just looking to pay the lowest prices they can for food.


Related Topix: Loblaw Companies, Retail, Shoppers Drug Mart, Business News

5 hrs ago |

Ray LaMontagne's profane past: See crowd-cursing video, comments about his 'thick skin'

That's what he told Nashville Scene for a story published today, just hours after an altercation with fans at Frederick Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park during his show Wednesday evening in Grand Rapids.


Related Topix: Ray LaMontagne, Meijer, Retail, Entertainment

9 hrs ago |

SuperValu 1Q profit falls 49 percent

The Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based company said net income declined to $43 million, or 17 cents per share, from $85 million, or 34 cents per share, in the same quarter a year earlier.


Related Topix: Supervalu, Food, Retail, Eden Prairie, MN

11 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

Grocer Loblaw Companies Ltd. reports Q2 net earnings loss on higher revenues

Loblaw Companies Ltd. is reporting a second-quarter net earnings loss of $456 million, or $1.13 per share, compared with net earnings of $177 million, or 63 cents per share in the same quarter of 2013.


Related Topix: Loblaw Companies, Retail, Shoppers Drug Mart

15 hrs ago | YoChicago

Food options proliferate near new 1345 Wabash condos

Residents at the new condos currently under construction at 1345 Wabash in the South Loop will find a dizzying array of food shopping and dining options nearby - just part of the location's allure as one of the most convenient and vibrant in Chicago.


Related Topix: Chicago, IL, South Loop (Chicago, IL), JewelOsco, Retail, Real Estate

Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Record-Courier

Grocery Outlet store opening July 31

The sign for the new Crocery Outlet waits to be installed at the entrance to the shopping center in Gardnerville.


Related Topix: Retail, Grocery Outlet, Gardnerville, NV


Safeway receives U.S. subpoena over controlled substances

Grocery store operator Safeway Inc on Tuesday said it received a subpoena from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration regarding record keeping, reporting and related practices associated with loss or theft of controlled substances.


Related Topix: Safeway, Retail, Drug Enforcement Administration

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

'Family in conflict': In Leominster, Market Basket employees rally for ousted CEO

Nick Christian 23 of Fitchburg, center, and other Market Basket workers protest outside the Leominster Market Basket today.


Related Topix: Leominster, MA, Fitchburg, MA, Townsend, MA, Retail, Demoulas Super Markets

Bunker Hill Community College

Whole Foods a oe5% Daya Raises Funds for Bunker Hill Community College ScholarshipPress Release

Whole Foods Market in Charlestown, Massachusetts, donated 5% of the net proceeds of purchases made by customers on June 17, 2014, to the Bunker Hill Community College Foundation.


Related Topix: Retail, Whole Foods Market, Charlestown, MA, 38 Studios, Charlestown (Boston, MA), Boston, MA

News Observer

Harris Teeter deals, July 23-29

*You may double up to 20 coupons per day. You may use up to three identical coupons per order.


Related Topix: Harris Teeter

Tue Jul 22, 2014

Merced Sun-Star

Raley's and other grocers issue recall on some summer fruits

The recall announced Saturday affected peaches, plums, pluots and nectarines sold at a number of California grocery chains, including Costco, Raley's and Trader Joe's.


Related Topix: Life, Fruits, Food, Retail, Raley's, Tulare County, CA, Cutler, CA

Inside Bay Area

Long-time Antioch dry cleaners closing its doors

The front door chime of the Antioch dry cleaning business sounded repeatedly as customers collected their orders for the last time.


Related Topix: Antioch, CA, Retail, Grocery Outlet, Pleasanton, CA, Discovery Bay, CA, Wedding

Inside Bay Area

Concord 'Mystery Man' gave away groceries to shake the blues

Michael Simas, of Concord, talks about his life philosophy on Monday, July 21, 2014, in downtown Concord, Calif.


Related Topix: Concord, CA, Grocery Outlet, Retail

United Natural Foods Stock Rating Lowered by Wolfe Research

Shares of United Natural Foods traded down 0.63% during mid-day trading on Tuesday, hitting $61.26.


Related Topix: Food, United Natural Foods

Business Journal

Publix tops ranking of Southern grocery store brands; Harris Teeter ranks fifth

Publix Super Markets Inc. ranks No. 1 among grocery store brands in the South, according to the 2014 Harris Poll EquiTrend Study.


Related Topix: Retail, Harris Teeter, Publix Super Markets, Matthews, NC, Kroger

Business Journal

Publix tops ranking of Southern grocery store brands; Harris Teeter ranks fifth

Publix Super Markets Inc. was named the top grocery brand in the South in a recent poll.


Related Topix: Harris Teeter, Retail, Publix Super Markets, Lakeland, FL, Whole Foods Market

JD Supra

Marubeni: FCPA Repeat Offender

In this era of aggressive FCPA enforcement, there are critics who have suggested that the Department of Justice should concentrate its prosecutions on individuals rather than imposing ever-increasing criminal fines on corporations.


Related Topix: Marubeni, Food, Chemicals, US News

Davis Enterprise

Bob Dunning: The solution, apparently, is *more* plastic

EASTSIDE INGENUITY a according to my friend Randy, East Davis' own Grocery Outlet has come up with "the most innovative response to the bag ban in Davis" by providing heavyweight plastic bags with the company logo and labeled for multiple use a very clever a "No 10-cent charge per bag for now, and not a paper bag in sight," adds Randy a in other ... (more)


Related Topix: Retail, Grocery Outlet, Davis, CA, Life, Food, Bar-B-Q, Woodland, CA


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