Eateries and grocers are selling more takeaway sushi during the pandemic, while supermarkets rush to train chefs.
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New methods rooted in low-impact, precision techniques require less land, less energy and fewer chemicals than traditional agriculture
The farm supplier says crop seed and pesticide sales are rising as the agricultural economy improves.
The German conglomerate strikes an agreement with plaintiffs’ attorneys for a $2 billion compensation program for future claims.
Incentives can help agriculture curb emissions, Tom Vilsack said. But some Republican lawmakers warned against overreach.
The bean-to-cup movement is all about capturing coffee’s Holy Grail. For one coffee-obsessed entrepreneur in Kauai, Hawaii, the elusive dream is becoming a reality.
Sally Grimes, new CEO of the California snack bar maker, relies on some of the food industry’s most accomplished executives for advice on career challenges. She now faces her toughest test yet.
New books from Mark Bittman and Robert Paarlberg debate the effect modern agriculture is having on our health.
Multiple others were rushed to nearby hospitals for treatment following the leak.
Prices for corn, soybeans and wheat have soared to their highest levels in more than six years as dry weather and strong export demand from China drain U.S. stockpiles.
Those expected to lose their jobs complete consumers’ orders at stores and hand them over to others for delivery. The company is focusing on having workers both fulfill and deliver orders.
The New York entrepreneur, whose Sugar Foods distributed restaurant supplies, made the artificial sweetener a fixture on tabletops.
One possible explanation for Alimentation Couche-Tard’s interest in Carrefour is that the former has spotted an opportunity to reduce its dependence on fuel sales at a time when European supermarket valuations look cheap.
Couche-Tard said it has made a $19.66 billion offer to buy French hypermarket chain Carrefour, as large retailers come under pressure to transform their bricks-and-mortar footprint amid pandemic restrictions on shopping and disruption from tech giants.
Albertsons and other grocers are working to keep sales momentum and hold on to customers who they hope will make some of their pandemic-era eating habits permanent.
India’s highest court ordered an expert committee be formed to resolve a standoff between farmers and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, and urged farmers to end their efforts to block roads around the country’s capital.
Nick Giovanni of Goldman Sachs will become CFO of the grocery-delivery service later this month.
Grocery stores are becoming dream properties—coveted but hard to prise away from their owners. Changes to accounting rules are just one reason why it has become less appealing for supermarkets to sell their real estate.
The chain’s grocery store will be an anchor tenant for a 17-story development project on 125th Street.
More than 2,000 cell towers have been damaged, as a backlash over the deregulation of the India’s agricultural industry has led to a showdown between farmers and Mukesh Ambani, India’s wealthiest businessman.