Richard Turcsik

Articles by
Richard Turcsik

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Steel Town Girls

By sticking to local work ethic and common-sense sensibilities, family-owned McGinnis Sisters hammers out a successful niche in the Pittsburgh market.

Food Desert Pains

Changing population and shopping patterns are causing scores of supermarkets to close across small-town America.

Temple Men's Basketball, Learfield's Temple Sports Properties and The Fresh Grocer of Progress Plaza teamed up this season to donate to Philabundance, the Delaware Valley's largest food bank.

New Jersey’s politicians have presented a bottle bill that would require a 10-cent deposit on all regular size plastic and glass bottles and aluminum cans, with a 20-cent deposit on containers bigger than 24-ounces.

Red Bull North America has launched a limited edition Kiwi Twist flavor.

Hormel Specialty Foods Group has launched Vital Cuisine, a new line of protein shakes, drink mixes and shelf-stable dinners created specifically for cancer patients.

A proliferation of new decadent flavors and healthier items in both cartons and novelties is turning dessert and snack time into a religious experience for ice cream lovers.

New flavors, line extensions from major manufacturers and artisanal products are growing sales in the spirits category.

Retailers that astutely merchandise a variety of proteins that tie in with produce and center store items can break the bank during summer grilling season.

Doug Skeoch is the new vice president of sales at Land "'Frost.

Direct-To-Consumer company NatureBox is entering Target stores with a line of eight snacks.

Hormel Foods has opened a 14,000 square-foot SPAM Museum in downtown Austin, Minn., the company's hometown.

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