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China Tariff Increase Raises Alarm Across Grocery Industry

Major concerns include job loss and higher prices on goods that will get passed on to consumers.


Walmart Raises Tobacco Buying Age, Discontinues Sale of Sweet Vaping Flavors

Following a warning letter from the FDA, the retailer said it would also use virtual reality training to enforce compliance.

New clinics and a medication delivery service are included in the updated program.

There will soon be three more solutions for on-the-go shoppers.

The retailer has been charged with creating the winner's prize since 1987.

Sara Mortimore, formerly of Land O'Lakes, will replace Frank Yiannas, now deputy commissioner for food policy and response at the FDA.

The Columbus and Dallas divisions are getting new presidents.

The hard discount retailer unveils the first round of new stores, including locations in Plainview, Babylon, Huntington and Center Moriches, which will open by early 2020. 

Behind the Headlines: With Google and Amazon working toward drone delivery, there are some other less expected applications in grocery.

The initiative provides discounted flat-fare rides to local supermarkets.

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