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    Panera is partnering with WRI and the Pure Strategies sustainability consultancy to calculate the carbon footprint of each of its ingredients.
  • Kroger, Muscle Maker Expand 'Virtual Kitchen' Concept
    Nation's largest grocery retailer, The Kroger Co., has been partnering with meal prep and delivery provider ClusterTruck.
  • Prime Day Cometh, Scrambling Holiday Forecasts
    Many respondents in one study say they intend to shop earlier, with 67% planning to start before Thanksgiving.
  • Ad Review Panel: Glade's Lavender Scent May Not Be Better, But Lasts Longer
    National Advertising Division of BBB National Programs responded to complaints lodged against SC Johnson's Glade by the maker of Air Wick products.
  • Pandemic Prompts Bankruptcy Filings At Ruby Tuesday, Golden Corral
    The Chapter 11 filings come as prospects dim for Congress to provide additional financial assistance to the beleaguered restaurant industry.
  • SecondHand News: Levi's Buying Back Its Old Jeans
    Clothes sold in the Levi's SecondHand marketplace are priced between $30 and $100.
  • Food Marketers Prepare For Sustained At-Home Eating
    "An economic downturn typically leads to a permanent increase in at-home eating even when economic growth returns," says Conagra CEO.
  • Holiday 2020: Smaller Spend, Unpredictable -- And Maybe More Human
    In one study, 41% of consumers surveyed -- nearly tripled from last year -- are planning on spending less.
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