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Kroger installed a clean energy production system that will convert food that can't be sold or donated into clean energy to power one of its distribution centers.
At least 17 birthday-cake flavored new products have hit the market over the past handful of years versus three the previous five years, reports research firm Datamonitor.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a number of changes and new initiatives to support the continued growth of organic agriculture.
Buyers' Picks: Best Sellers By Category
When pairing products, cheesemongers like sweet, savory, briny, chocolaty and crunchy with their cheeses. Neutral and fruity crackers also rate.
High-priced specialty items and unusual flavors are taking off, much to some retailers’ surprise.
Consumers are loyal to brands and flavors in this category. Gluten-free options and popular ingredients, like chocolate and peanut butter, have an impact too.
This month we look at savory pies, Whole Foods’ GMO-labeling stance, raw tea and more.
This month we look at food-inspired tattoos, apps for small grocers, the packaging trend that’s boosting sales and more.
This month we look at the quinoa explosion, farmers markets going online, moms’ changing buying habits and more.
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