Christine LaFave Grace


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Christine LaFave Grace

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Fresh Food

Where’s the Beef? On Many Holiday Tables

Consumers are gobbling up a lot more than turkey this holiday season, new IRI data indicates.


Target Sues Chicken Suppliers, Alleging Price-Fixing

Not for the first time, Target accuses poultry producers of sharing data for the purpose of inflating prices.

Rural grocers see themselves as having a responsibility to their community but have deep concerns about the future of their business, a new University of Minnesota survey suggests.

Ordering online much? While retail stores cut jobs, packers/deliverers added them.

Full- and part-time employees are eligible for the new cash bonuses, second round to be paid Dec. 24.

Walmart's membership program cuts $35 shipping minimum in bid to better compete with Amazon Prime and others.

Services that crowdsource grocery runs are getting big money from big players.

With prior roles at Aetna and Pfizer, Cheryl Pegus is recognized as a leader in data-driven population health management.

Consumers stocked up on food and beverages as they shopped from home.

Amid unprecedented online demand, Walmart leans on stores to help with holiday orders.

In a memo, corporate office workers are also asked to begin self-reporting positive COVID-19 cases through an online system.

"People tell us that we saved their family farm," co-founder Nick Carter says.

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