Articles tagged with "Washington"
New organic juice and smoothie bar Blend Urban Juicery is now open in Seattle.
Bill the Butcher, with six "new-school" butcher shops in Seattle, has launched its redesigned website and simultaneously introduced a new logo.
Starbucks opened its second Teavana tea bar in Seattle, an expanded version of the traditional mall stores it acquired in last year’s $616 million acquisition.
Theo Chocolate is expanding distribution beyond the U.S. to retailers in Canada.
After a fire closed the Rill Foods Grocery in Thorp, Wash., owner Ninon Wheatley kept the soup business going with Rill Specialty Foods.
More than 90 tons of prepackaged salads and sandwiches were recalled by a Richmond, Calif., catering company because a bacterial strain of E. coli has been linked to its products.
The ballot measure requiring labeling of genetically modified foods sold in Washington was defeated Nov. 5.
Seattle Chocolate Company is expanding its signature chocolate truffle bar line and increasing retail availability for its chocolates along the West Coast.
Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of the ballot initiative in Washington state.
If Amazon could obtain a 4 percent market share in areas it launches a grocery segment within ten years, it will be profitable on a stand-alone basis, according to Sanford C. Bernstein.
For the first time since 1952, Otis Harlan, owner of Otis Vineyard in Yakima Valley, Wash., will be out of the wine business.
A specialty Asian food market that has found success in the Seattle area is hoping to thrive at its new Beaverton, Ore., location.
BevMo has made three significant additions to the company's executive team.
Frank Isernio has plans to boost sausage production in his new factory in Kent, Wash.
The GMO labeling debate is heating up, with the Grocery Manufacturers Association contributing $1.75 million Aug. 23 to help defeat Initiative 522.
Despite a smaller crop from the industry leader Washington state, U.S. apple production is expected to rise 13 percent in 2013.
Brian and Jacquie Petersen launched a winery in 2009, the name of which pays homage to the Puget Sound region's rich history.
Vancouver, Wash., organic grocer Chuck’s Produce & Street Market opened its second store Aug. 20.
Madison Lane Sales + Marketing has appointed Anna McClain to corporate account manager.
While Portland, Ore., has long been known as a microbrewery hot spot, recently the beer industry has spilled across the Columbia River.