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Tag: Food and drink

Grocers like H-E-B, Publix get creative as pandemic shuts down salad bars

Texas grocer Central Market turned salad bars and hot bars into packaged food displays during the pandemic. Source: Central Market Grocery stores have shut down self-serve salad bars during the pandemic. They’ve taken away displays of fresh olives and dips. And they’ve replaced giant kettles of ready-to-ladle hot soup with sealed to-go containers. The deli …

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Amazon partners with Future Retail to further push into Indian market

A food aisle at a Big Bazaar hypermarket, operated by Future Retail, in Mumbai, India Dhiraj Singh | Bloomberg | Getty Images Amazon is partnering with a leading Indian retail group as it continues its push into the world’s second most populous country. Under a new deal announced Monday, Amazon will become the official online …

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Impossible Foods is speeding up new product releases, CEO says

Impossible Foods CEO Pat Brown said Tuesday that the company is speeding up how quickly it can release new meat alternatives. “Not only is the pace of new product development getting faster, but we’re getting better at getting better. The whole innovation cycle is accelerating,” Brown said on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Tuesday. …

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Starbucks introduces new nondairy drinks and tests oat milk

Starbucks is offering oat milk as a dairy-free option in the Midwest. Source: Starbucks Starbucks announced Tuesday that it would introduce oat milk regionally and add two new dairy-free drinks to its U.S. and Canadian menus. Oat milk will be coming to 1,300 cafes in the Midwest, including locations in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri …

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Impossible Foods is launching meatless pork and sausage as it prepares for a global push

Impossible Foods, the company known for its vegetarian Impossible Burger, said Monday that it plans to launch meatless ground pork and sausage as the company turns its focus to international expansion in 2020. Impossible Sausage will debut later in January at 139 Burger King restaurants in Savannah, Georgia; Lansing, Michigan; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Montgomery, Alabama, …

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Brewers embrace Dry January as US beer consumption declines

A still image from Heineken O.O video ad Source: Heineken Americans are drinking less beer, encouraged by trends like Dry January. But brewers like Molson Coors Beverage and Heineken are trying to use the monthlong sobriety challenge to promote their beer. Dry January started in the United Kingdom in 2013. Since then, the movement has …

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PepsiCo to debut Pepsi Cafe, a coffee-cola drink, next year

It looks like PepsiCo could beat rival Coca-Cola to market with a coffee-cola beverage. Twelve-ounce cans of Pepsi Cafe will arrive at U.S. stores in April, but will be available only for a limited time. Coke’s version, Coke Plus Coffee, is available in international markets, but the Atlanta-based company has not announced a U.S. launch …

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Towns try to stoke excitement for Small Business Saturday

Independent retailers are gearing up for Small Business Saturday, a day used to promote mom-and-pop retailers, and many towns are doing their best to support the effort.  In 2018, an estimated 104 million consumers shopped at independent retailers and restaurants on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. They spent $17.8 billion, the most since the shopping event …

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Federal prosecutors open criminal probe of opioid makers and distributors, report says

Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn, New York, have opened a criminal probe into the role drug manufacturers and distributors played in fueling the opioid crisis, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. Companies including Teva, McKesson, Mallinckrodt, AmerisourceBergen, Johnson & Johnson and Amneal Pharmaceuticals have received subpoenas, the Journal reported. Some of those companies had previously disclosed …

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CBD might not be safe despite flood of products, FDA warns consumers

A matcha shop that offers drinks with drops of CBD oil. Angelica Lavito | CNBC CBD might not be as safe as the companies selling it say it is, the Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers. The cannabis compound has been widely touted as a harmless way to treat a slew of ailments, such …

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