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  • Game of Thrones: Managing a merger as the zombies close in
    Associated Press5 days ago

    Game of Thrones: Managing a merger as the zombies close in

    It was never going to be easy to pull together a motley band of warrior eunuchs, Wildling anarchists, nomadic horse lords, fire-belching dragons and, most of all, north country folk who don't much like or trust outsiders. In the Associated Press' weekly "Wealth of Westeros " series, we'll be following the HBO fantasy show's latest plot twists and analyzing the economic and business forces driving the story. This week, as Snow tries to rally the realm against the Night King and his White Walkers, we look at real-life efforts to bring different cultures together in common cause.

  • Associated Press12 days ago

    Cut melon linked to US salmonella outbreak recalled

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indianapolis-based company has issued a recall for melon products sold in 16 states after being linked to a salmonella outbreak.

  • Investing.com2 months ago

    Kroger Has More Than Just an Amazon Problem

    By Charley Blaine

  • 'Ugly produce' trend may have limits, as grocers end tests
    Associated Press2 months ago

    'Ugly produce' trend may have limits, as grocers end tests

    URBANDALE, Iowa (AP) — Is the "ugly produce'" trend already reaching the end of its shelf life in supermarkets?

  • Correction: Grab And Go Shopping story
    Associated Press2 months ago

    Correction: Grab And Go Shopping story

    In a story Feb. 8 about retailers adopting technology to allow shoppers to buy goods without waiting in line, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a provider of checkout-free shopping technology. A year after Amazon opened its first cashier-less store, startups and retailers are racing to get similar technology in stores throughout the world, letting shoppers buy groceries without waiting in line.

  • Organic price premiums dip as demand grows, choices multiply
    Associated Press3 months ago

    Organic price premiums dip as demand grows, choices multiply

    U.S. shoppers are still paying more for organic food, but the price premium is falling as organic options multiply. Last year, organic food and beverages cost an average of 24 cents more per unit than conventional food, or about 7.5 percent more, according to Nielsen. The average price for a gallon of organic milk — $4.76 — is 88 percent higher than the $2.53 shoppers pay for a gallon of regular milk.

  • Need some milk? Driverless cars start delivering groceries
    Associated Press4 months ago

    Need some milk? Driverless cars start delivering groceries

    The nation's largest grocery chain stepped into the driverless delivery market Tuesday, bringing milk, eggs and other items to a customer's home in a vehicle with nobody at the wheel.

  • Artificial dyes fading, but food will still get color boosts
    Associated Press4 months ago

    Artificial dyes fading, but food will still get color boosts

    NEW YORK (AP) — Many companies including McDonald's and Kellogg are purging artificial colors from their foods, but don't expect your cheeseburgers or cereal to look much different.

  • Amazon goes bicoastal: will open HQs in New York, DC suburb
    Associated Press5 months ago

    Amazon goes bicoastal: will open HQs in New York, DC suburb

    NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon has set its sights on two of the nation's largest and most powerful metro areas, announcing Tuesday it had chosen a buzzy New York neighborhood and a suburb of Washington for its new East Coast headquarters.

  • In House battle, Democrats see hope in Trump territory
    Associated Press6 months ago

    In House battle, Democrats see hope in Trump territory

    White, working-class voters fueled President Donald Trump's rise to the White House. If his party loses the House majority on Tuesday, it will be, at least in part, because those same voters abandoned the GOP. While Democrats' suburban offensive is well-known, an often-overlooked battle is underway across rural and working-class districts in states including Maine, Iowa and Minnesota.

  • Associated Press6 months ago

    Houston company recalls salad with chicken products

    A Houston company has recalled nearly 1,800 pounds (817 kilograms) of ready-to-eat salad with chicken products because a corn ingredient may be contaminated with salmonella and listeria. The U.S. Department ...

  • Retailers up their game after Toys R Us closures
    Associated Press6 months ago

    Retailers up their game after Toys R Us closures

    NEW YORK (AP) — When Toys R Us closed its doors, customers mourned the loss of a beloved brand that conjured memories of their own childhood.

  • Fortune9 months ago

    Here’s Where You Can Get Free Ice Cream and Deals for National Ice Cream Day

    National Ice Cream Day falls on Sunday, July 15.

  • Fortune10 months ago

    Amazon Wants to Fill the Hole That Toys ‘R’ Us Left in Your Heart

    The retail giant is printing up holiday toy catalogs this year.

  • Amazon cuts Whole Foods prices for Prime members in new grocery showdown
    Reuters11 months ago

    Amazon cuts Whole Foods prices for Prime members in new grocery showdown

    On Wednesday, Whole Foods debuted a much-anticipated loyalty program that offers special discounts to Prime customers, including 10 percent off hundreds of sale items and rotating weekly specials such as $10 per pound off wild-caught halibut steaks. Amazon previously announced free two-hour delivery from Whole Foods stores for members of Prime, its subscription club with fast shipping and video streaming. The new loyalty strategy will test whether Amazon's $13.7 billion deal for Whole Foods brings much-feared disruption and an intensified price war to the $800 billion U.S. grocery industry dominated by Walmart Inc (WMT.N) and Kroger Co (KR.N).

  • Reuterslast year

    Outrage breaks out after Whole Foods partners with Yellow Fever eatery

    Amazon.com's Whole Foods Market sparked social media outrage after its newest store in its 365 grocery chain partnered with an Asian restaurant with the racially charged name of Yellow Fever. The independently owned and operated eatery - whose name is taken from the slang term for a white man's sexual attraction to Asian women - is located in the 365 store that opened in Long Beach, California, on Wednesday. "An Asian 'bowl' resto called YELLOW FEVER in the middle of whitest Whole Foods — is this taking back of a racist image or colonized mind?" Columbia University professor and author Marie Myung-Ok Lee, wrote on Twitter.

  • Fortunelast year

    Whole Foods Is Being Criticized Over a Restaurant Called ‘Yellow Fever’

    The owner of the restaurant says the name hasn't been a problem before