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What a 25% European Union Food Tariff Could Mean

The Lempert Report: More than 400 products, including foods such as cheeses, olives, coffees, fruits and wine, will see price increases.

Industry Partners

FMI, GMA Applaud USDA’s Interim Hemp Production Rule

The federal regulatory framework is viewed as "a good first step" by grocery trade leaders who say more regulations are needed to protect consumers.

Trade group cites new research highlighting "immense consumer confusion" in the Wild West market

The Lempert Report: A looming dispute could have dramatic implications for consumers and the U.S. food industry

The retailer said it would discontinue e-cigarette sales, citing health questions and complex regulations.

An alliance of global food retailers, including Ahold Delhaize, Kroger and Walmart, join "10x20x30" initiative.

The 110-year-old trade group is changing its name to Consumer Brands Association in 2020, reflecting an overhaul of its focus and advocacy.

The retailer commits to sustainable products and packaging, including chemicals and additive restrictions.

Walmart and Kroger said they would discourage open carry and urge lawmakers to pass "common sense" gun policy.

In WGB's September Endcap interview, the NGA's new leader talks about what's in store for grocery and the ethics that drive him.

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