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Plant-Based Protein Goes Mainstream

U.S. retail sales of plant-based foods have grown 11% in the past year, and big retailers such as Kroger, Whole Foods and Target are making way for meatless, dairy-free and vegan specialties.

Retailers

Ethnic Retailer Seabra Foods in Bid for Orlando Lucky's

An affiliate of the Portuguese immigrant-founded chain has made a $1.25M bid on Lucky's Hunter's Creek unit.

The annual show helps identify what's hot in specialty.

The Specialty Food Association’s president expands on why he sees Beyond Meat as a case study in the delicate balance between food and financial engineering.

The Specialty Food Association’s president outlines his broad view on the transformation of the food industry by small, entrepreneurial startups in part one of a series.

Best-selling author Amanda Little addresses the future of food at the Specialty Food Association's winter show.

The entrepreneur, innovator, produce pioneer, trailblazer and icon was featured on a CBS Sunday Morning segment that aired a day after her passing on Jan. 18 at 96.

From plant-based cuisines to "underdog produce," artisan foods hold promise for something special.

Converging trends make it a great time for creative, motivated entrepreneurs to be in the food business, author says.

The Philadelphia area independent grocer will close its remaining stores after a third location closed in 2017.

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