Articles tagged with "Washington"
Gourmet popcorn maker KuKuRuZa is expanding with stores around the globe.
Two hops suppliers in Yakima, Wash., merged their operations into one company.
A Washington winemaker is making ice cream out of wine.
A new brewery will soon open in West Valley, Wash., on a 350-acre, century-old farm.
Amazon.com has announced plans to launch a local service marketplace to rival Yelp, Angie's List, and Thumbtack, as well as a takeout service that will be a direct competitor to businesses like GrubHub, Seamless, and DeliveryHero.
AgLocal launched a subscription-based delivery program to connect consumers and farmers.
Seattle employers are factoring in higher wage costs as they plan for the future.
MOD Pizza will open as many as 15 locations in the next five years.
While Seattle's bid to increase the minimum wage to $15 is being challenged in the courts, voters in San Francisco will vote this November on raising its minimum wage to $15 by 2018.
Many of Washington state's best wines are coming from Woodinville, Wash.'s warehouse district, just north of Seattle.
Fifteen years of research have led to the production of Cosmic Crisp, a new apple variety bred by scientists at Washington State University specifically for Washington growers.
The starting wage at artisanal pickle company Brooklyn Brine, based in Brooklyn, N.Y., is $16 an hour, double the state mandate of $8 per hour.
Challenges to Seattle’s $15 minimum-wage plan have emerged after the city council approved the measure earlier this week.
The Seattle store's new location boasts environmentally mindful measures from the plumbing to products.
Seattle's City Council voted to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour, the highest in the country.
Fishmongers at Seattle's Pike Place Fish Market recently realized their products may have broader appeal beyond the famed market.
The latest openings in the food hall movement.
Fonte Coffee has expanded its distribution network to include Amazon Fresh, Sur la Table, and Metropolitan Market.
Tieton Cider Works purchased a 40,000-square-foot building in Yakima, Wash., where it will house its new production facility as well as a new tasting room.
Artisan and specialty food businesses have grown in popularity in Yakima, Wash. due to rising consumer interest in high-quality, locally produced foods.