What Grocers May Not Know About the New Farm Bill

The pending legislation bans EBT processing fees and includes new tools for retailers to help SNAP shoppers make healthier choices.


Food Recalls Are Getting Smarter

The Lempert Report: The FDA wants to start naming stores that sold certain contaminated products.

Minimum wage, taxes on groceries and marijuana legalization were among the pressing retail-related issues of Election Day.

The Lempert Report: The FDA is discussing how products created through cellular agriculture should be handled on-shelf.

The influential food safety advocate will succeed Stephen Ostroff in key policy post.

The industry is shifting toward eco-friendly, convenient packaging that appeals to consumer demand for sustainability and supports the needs of retailers’ foodservice programs.

Retail partners believe the move is a positive one for the U.S. supply chain.

The move marks a change in course for the agency, which published draft guidance this week explaining the circumstances of when it could publicize store names involved in active recalls.

The Lempert Report: The move is a contradiction of the organization's past positions.

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