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Whole Foods Opens Brooklyn Dark Store To Keep Up With Online Demand

Whole Foods Market has opened its first online-only dark store in Brooklyn, N.Y. The delivery-only model will help Whole Foods keep up with digital demand in a major market at a time when grocery delivery is reaching unprecedented levels: Amazon saw its grocery sales triple during Q2 2020. Planning for the new store format, which …

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Retail Roundup—Whole Foods joins Prime Day; Tariffs hike consumer prices

Amazon to open second Go store in Seattle Amazon announced the location of its second Go store Seattle. The cashierless convenience store will also be in the city’s hometown, but the new location will be in the business district, on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Marion Street. (The Seattle Times) Tariffs against China to …

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Food delivery start-up MOPP Foods raises angel funding

MOPP Foods Pvt. Ltd, which operates the brand Mad Over Parathas & Pakodas, a QSR and food delivery brand, focused on popular Indian street food, parathas and pakodas, has raised angel funding. This round of funding has been led by Rahul Singh, Founder & CEO, The Beer Café. Others who participated in the round include …

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Impossible Foods begins selling its meatless sausage to restaurants nationwide

Starbucks Impossible sausage breakfast sandwich. Source: Starbucks Impossible Foods announced Monday that its meatless sausage will now be sold to restaurants nationwide.  The Impossible Sausage is already available at U.S. locations of Restaurant Brands International’s Burger King and Starbucks, but now other chains and independent restaurant owners can also put the meat-free sausage on their …

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High levels of arsenic found in US Whole Foods’ bottled water brand | US news

Bottled water manufactured by Whole Foods and sold in most of its US stores and on Amazon contains potentially harmful levels of arsenic, according to new tests by Consumer Reports (CR). CR recently tested dozens of bottled water brands and found that Starkey Spring Water, introduced by Whole Foods in 2015, had concerning levels of …

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Domino’s Pizza, ITC Foods partner to deliver essential items

Domino’s Pizza said on Thursday it is partnering with ITC Foods to help customers order everyday grocery essentials as coronavirus cases continue to climb despite the countrywide lockdown. “The partnership between a quick service restaurant (QSR) and a fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) company is aimed at serving the community at large by ensuring uninterrupted …

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Whole Foods workers hold ‘sick-out’ to demand hazard pay during pandemic | Business

Whole Foods workers organized a national “sick-out” protest on Tuesday, demanding that the grocery store give employees double their normal wages as “hazard pay” for working on the front lines during a pandemic. The Whole Foods protest follows worker-organized strikes for better coronavirus protections at Instacart, the grocery delivery service, and at an Amazon warehouse …

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Retail Roundup—Whole Foods joins Prime Day; Tariffs hike consumer prices

Amazon to open second Go store in Seattle Amazon announced the location of its second Go store Seattle. The cashierless convenience store will also be in the city’s hometown, but the new location will be in the business district, on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Marion Street. (The Seattle Times) Tariffs against China to …

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Impossible Foods slashes wholesale prices by 15%

A sandwich made with plant-based pork product is served at the Impossible Foods Inc. booth during CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020. Bridget Bennett | Bloomberg | Getty Images Impossible Foods is slashing wholesale prices on its products by 15% on average. The maker of the meatless Impossible Burger …

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Dairy Farmers of America agrees to buy Dean Foods, America’s biggest milk producer, for $425 million

A container of Dean Foods Co. Dairy Pure brand sour cream is displayed for a photograph in Dobbs Ferry, New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019. Tiffany Hagler Geard | Bloomberg | Getty Images Dairy Farmers of America announced Monday that it has agreed to buy Dean Foods, America’s largest milk producer, for $425 …

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