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More Meals at Home, But Less Meat in Baskets, IRI Finds

Consumers pulled back on restaurant dining in August, but inflation may be affecting what's going in their grocery cart, new IRI research indicates.

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Faster and Faster: Producer Prices Accelerated Again in August

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a fourth straight month of record-setting wholesale price increases.

Tyson Foods' Hillshire Farm brand is moving into the kids refrigerated-snack market with the debut of Hillshire Farm Snacked! high-protein snack packs. The packs, debuting in four varieties, were d...

The family-run chain of 159 stores has committed to elevating its quality standards for 100% of its chicken and chicken-containing products by 2026.

Processed and unprocessed food prices slid in July from June but remain largely above July 2020 levels. For the entire U.S. economy, wholesale prices climbed 7.8% year over year in July.

July was a continuation of recent trends for U.S. grocery shoppers, IRI reported, as consumers ate fewer meals at home, did more of their grocery shopping in-store and spent more time in the grocery store. How rising coronavirus cases may change things in August remains to be seen.

Ready for plant-based chicken nuggets? That's where Impossible Foods is headed this fall, as the Redwood City, Calif.-based company announces executive moves and details its upcoming category expansion.

Cargill and Continental Grain will take Sanderson private as part of a $203-per-share cash deal that will make Cargill a poultry power player in the U.S.

For consumers still somewhat wary about buying fresh fish online from their preferred grocer, frozen seafood has proved a convenient, dependable go-to alternative.

Associated Wholesalers Grocers CEO David Smith sought to give lawmakers something to chew on as he detailed the struggles his company has faced in competing against bigger players.

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