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  1. News Roundup: Tamera Mowry-Housley Gives Birth To Second Child, White ...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | NewsOne

    ... fuzzy filter of memory." Read more . After a recent report put Whole Foods on blast for overcharging customers, the grocery store's CEOs are owning up to it. They issued an apology through a YouTube video. "Straight up, we made some mistakes and we ...


  2. Whole Foods CEOs admit to overcharging, apologizeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    Whole Foods execs are admitting the chain has been overcharging customers in New York City stores, but promised that if that ever happens again they'll give the food to customers for free. John Mackey and Walter Robb, co-CEOs of Whole Foods, apologized to customers in a video filmed in the sliced fruit section of one of their grocery stores.


  3. Whole Foods to increase training after pricing errorsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press

    Whole Foods is increasing training at its stores nationwide after the workers at its New York City stores "made some mistakes" when weighing fresh Whole Foods to increase training after pricing errors Whole Foods is increasing training at its stores nationwide after the workers at its New York City stores "made some mistakes" when weighing fresh ... (more)


  4. Whole Foods CEO admits overcharging: 'Straight up, we made some mistakes'Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Red Eye Chicago

    John Mackey, left, and Walter Robb, Whole Foods co-CEOs, say pricing mistakes were made in New York City stores. John Mackey, left, and Walter Robb, Whole Foods co-CEOs, say pricing mistakes were made in New York City stores.


  5. Whole Foods blames employees for systematically ripping off customersRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Independent

    ... customers." The locations were cited with more than 800 violations. When the report was first revealed, the luxury grocery chain vehemently disputed the investigation calling it "overreaching" stating that the DCA were expecting "grossly excessive ...


  6. Whole Foods CEOs Take to YouTube to Explain How They're Fixing Overcharging SnafuRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Eater

    Whole Foods is trying to pull itself out of hot water after a city sting found that the market has been overcharging customers since 2010 . Co-CEO's John Mackey and Walter Robb took to Youtube this week to explain how the market is working to remedy this PR nightmare : "Straight up, we made some mistakes and we want to own that," says Robb.


  7. Whole Foods CEOs Apologize For Overcharging Their CustomersRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Refinery 29

    ... Foods by its unofficial nickname, "Whole Paycheck," know that there might be an additional reason bills from the grocery chain are so high. According to the New York Daily News , Whole Foods is currently under investigation in New York City for ...


  8. Whole Foods apologizes to customers for price gauging New YorkersRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    ... case of mislabeling they have seen in their careers, which DCA and New Yorkers will not tolerate. As a large chain grocery store, Whole Foods has the money and resources to ensure greater accuracy and to correct what appears to be a widespread ...


  9. Offshore wind park Westermost Rough officially inauguratedRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WebWire

    Yesterday, the offshore wind power plant Westermost Rough was officially inaugurated. Consisting of 35 Siemens wind turbines, each with a capacity of 6 megawatts and a rotor diameter of 154 meters, this project is the first to use these turbines on a large scale in a commercial project.


  10. Whole Foods co-CEOs John Mackey and Walter Robb.Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

    In the wake of a New York Department of Consumer Affairs investigation finding that the high-end grocery chain is overcharging customers for pre-packaged foods like nuts, berries and vegetables, the company's co-CEOs issued an apology. "Straight up, we made some mistakes," said co-CEO Walter Robb , who was accompanied in the video by John Mackey , the chain's co-founder.


  11. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    4 hrs ago |

    Last week New York City's Department of Consumer Affairs said it was investigating Whole Foods for "systemic overcharging for pre-packaged foods." The agency said it tested 80 different kinds of prepackaged products at New York Whole Foods outlets and found all had mislabeled weights.


  12. Norton officers run for Special OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | West Side and South Side Leader

    The 2015 Ohio Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Ohio traveled through Norton June 25 and several Norton Police Department officers participated in the event. Shown above, from left, are patrolmen Brody Fratantonio and Ryan Connell, Sgt.


  13. 3 frozen chicken products recalled due to possible salmonellaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says several frozen uncooked breaded chicken products made by Sofina Foods Inc. are being recalled due to possible salmonella contamination. The agency says there have been illnesses associated with eating the products, which include chicken burgers, chicken strips and chicken nuggets.


  14. Kroger president and COO makes exitRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Cincinnati-based Kroger, Memphis' largest operator of supermarkets, and Ellis both agreed that he would retire now, Kroger said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Monday afternoon that included a news release announcing Ellis' departure. Ellis and Kroger reached an agreement that calls for his "fulfillment of certain confidentiality, cooperation and other restrictions."


  15. No strike for Sudbury Loblaw employeesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Northern Life

    Employees at the Real Canadian Superstore location on Lasalle Boulevard will not participate in strike action affecting 61 Loblaw Companies Limited stores across Ontario. File photo.


  16. Extensive Strike Preparations Continue as Talks Resume with Loblaw Companies LtdRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Canada NewsWire

    The union's agreement is with Loblaws Supermarkets Ltd and covers 60 Loblaws Great Food and Superstores and two stand-alone


  17. Kroger Raises The Bar In Online GroceryRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    ... front in its escalating war with (NASDAQ: AMZN ). The nation's largest grocer is testing a new organic grocery service through its Denver-area subsidiary King Soopers. Internet Retailer reported that Kroger has added a feature called ...


  18. Whole Foods vs. 'Whole Paycheck'Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Triple Pundit

    ... overcharging consumers. Whole Foods is not the only culprit, but it appears to be the worst. The sweep included 120 grocery stores citywide, and 77 percent were hit with one or more violations . While labeling errors afflicted most of the city's ...


  19. Japan interested in developing cooperation with TurkmenistanRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Today.Az

    Japan is interested in developing the cooperation with rapidly developing Turkmenistan, Daishiro Yamagiwa, Japanese state minister of economy, trade and industry, said at a business forum in Ashgabat, the government of Turkmenistan said July 1. The Japanese delegation is represented by dozens of the biggest firms and corporations, specializing in the fuel-energy sector, transportation sector, the design and construction of facilities, information and communication technologies, health and trade. Such corporations as ITOCHU, Marubeni, Sojits, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, JOGMEC, Chioda, Sumitomo, JGC, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, the major trade associations and others are among them.


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    10 hrs ago | This Is Grimsby

    CEREMONY: Invited guests, including Martyn Boyers, chief executive of Grimsby Fish Dock Enterprises, left, and the mayor of North East Lincolnshire, Councillor Cliff Barber, look on during the official inauguration of Westermost Rough offshore wind farm. WESTERMOST Rough, the Grimsby-operated offshore wind farm that is the first in the world to make use of the largest turbines commercially available, was officially opened before an international audience.