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A bill to crack down on agricultural products that are falsely labeled under the “Jersey Fresh” program cleared the New Jersey Assembly May 20.
Kate Weiser, the Dallas chocolatier who did notable work for Chocolate Secrets on Oak Lawn Avenue, is launching her own eponymous spot at Trinity Groves.
Kroger is still shopping for acquisitions, according to CFO Michael Schlotman at BMO Capital Markets’ Farm to Market Conference.
All 9-year-old Elasya Jessup wanted last fall was an American Girl doll.
Twins Carly Swift and Mandy Selke own Indianapolis popcorn shop Just Pop In, quitting their corporate jobs to open the storefront in 2003.
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.
More than 50 markets across Minnesota will accept Electronic Benefit Transfer cards this growing season—almost doubling the number that participated last year.
Isabella Gourmet Foods opened for business in downtown Santa Barbara, Calif.
Di Bruno's in Philadelphia has been a jam-packed, 900-square-foot nook of cheese-and-salami bliss since 1939, a gem of South Philly authenticity that remains one of the priceless beating hearts of the Italian Market.
Philadelphia's former Corn Exchange Building may become the city's next gourmet market.
Sales have been sweet for Sweet Poppin’s, the tiny-but-tasty flavored, gourmet popcorn business with a downtown Kokomo, Ind., storefront.
The Portland, Ore., Farmers Market has just unveiled its Produce Pedaler, an "old-fashioned Dutch bakfietsen cargo bike" outfitted to sell fruits, vegetables, flowers and other products.
Pamplemousse, which already has a store in Salem, Mass., is opening another location in Reading.
A new shop on Potomac Avenue is bringing gourmet tastes to Dormont, Pa., shoppers.
Sunshine greeted the Bayonne, N.J., farmers market, which kicked off last week for its second year.
Anne Banas shares her favorite places to experience bean-to-bar chocolate.
Payments company Square has introduced a sleek new piece of hardware to its portfolio: a point-of-sale stand with a built-in credit card reader that uses an iPad for display and brains.
Italy's Lavazza is joining the ranks of Starbucks and Gevalia in the highly competitive specialty coffee section on grocery store shelves as the nearly 120-year-old roaster makes another push into the U.S. and Canadian consumer markets.
The Village Stand is a petite gourmet shop in Miami Shores, Fla., stocked with cheeses, jams, pastas, canned goods, coffees and teas.
Kroger continues to innovate and look for new ways to sell products to its consumers, according to discussions at the University of Cincinnati Real Estate Center & Program’s 2013 ICSC Preview State of Retail Review by Ed Hudson, senior director of strategic insights for Kroger.
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