- Instacart launches produce stipend program in D.C.
- Health care supplier Medline serves up grocery program for Medicare beneficiaries
- Shoppers taking new weight-loss drugs make more frequent grocery trips
- Instacart works with cities on food insecurity programs
- Whole Foods' founder's restaurant concept is dead for now, but Love.Life plans resurrection
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