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Natalie Taylor

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Natalie Taylor is senior editor of Winsight Grocery Business, responsible for reporting on the fresh category and West Coast retailer news. After four years in finance and educational publishing, Natalie’s passion for the latest culinary trends led her to the food industry, where she reported as a restaurant secret shopper and ultimately landed in the grocery world. A graduate from Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, Natalie has written for magazines, local newspapers and digital platforms. She loves soup dumplings and long walks down the produce aisle.

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Retailers

Farmstead Shifts to Compostable Produce Bags for Delivery

The move was in response to customer demand for less plastic use and waste reduction.

Retailers

Jet Partners With Fulton Fish Market for Sustainable Seafood Delivery

The e-tailer is expanding local NYC offerings to enhance its “city grocery experience.”

The company said its full product line will be uncured by the end of 2020.

The retailer’s new small-format concept targets the foodie consumer with fresh, local and artisan offerings.

Touting locality, safety assurance and quality consistency, greenhouse-grown fruits and veggies are exploding in growth, appealing to urban retailers and consumers alike.

Updates include a design overhaul and expanded clean offerings for the Purely Made brand.

The greenhouse-grown produce brand is now available at Dierbergs, Food Lion, Jungle Jim’s, Misfits Market and Tops Friendly Markets.

The retailer is extending its brand beyond grocery stores with the launch of a new seafood eatery and additional pizza offerings.

The company’s newest location features a ramen bar, Patsy’s Butcher and a health and wellness department.

Pat Brown, group VP of strategic business initiatives for Albertsons, will oversee the Plated team.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed a statewide ban, and Big Y announced plans to phase out single-use plastic bags by 2020.

The retailer’s Northern California locations have been certified by Manomet’s Grocery Stewardship Certification program.