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Natalie Taylor

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Natalie Taylor is senior editor of Winsight Grocery Business, responsible for reporting on the fresh category and West Coast retailer news. After four years in finance and educational publishing, Natalie’s passion for the latest culinary trends led her to the food industry, where she reported as a restaurant secret shopper and ultimately landed in the grocery world. A graduate from Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, Natalie has written for magazines, local newspapers and digital platforms. She loves soup dumplings and long walks down the produce aisle.

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Natalie Taylor

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Fresh Food

U.S. Seafood Consumption Climbs Behind High Landings, Value

The NOAA annual report reveals shrimp, salmon and tuna ranked the highest in consumption and imports in 2017.

Fresh Food

Retailers Get Cheesy With Holiday Promotions

Steep discounts and recipe ideas help further drive sales of specialty cheese for seasonal occasions.

The retailers have partnered with healthcare solutions companies to help reduce the cost of prescriptions for customers.

WGB breaks down which trends are heating up for the year ahead and which trends are cooling down.

The online grocer plans to launch in additional cities in 2019.

Frieda’s Specialty Produce forecasts fruits and veggies taking over from center plate to dessert.

The category is taking a second hit this year as the CDC warns consumers to avoid and dispose of all related products.

A fruit-cutting station and certified meat cutters are among the highlights of the retailer’s 26th Los Angeles-area location.

The retailer is leveraging its big data power to offer a streamlined, personalized wellness tool for its shoppers.

The retailer is harnessing its customer and food nutrition data to provide a personalized resource designed to help consumers make healthier purchase decisions.

High-quality and bulk-size product innovation offers growth opportunity in a highly competitive market.

The data reveals third-quarter price and sales trends for the top 10 fruit and vegetable commodities and value-added produce categories.