• Bang 'Fired' PepsiCo -- But Questions About Distribution Deal Remain
    It appears Bang and PepsiCo will continue to work in some capacity, but neither seems ready to go into the details publicly.
  • Even As Confidence Falls, Cases Rise, Many Shoppers Ready To Brave Crowds
    The National Retail Federation says it expects holiday sales to increase between 3.6% and 5.2% in November and December.
  • Mars' Kind Acquisition: Uniting Healthy, Not-So-Healthy Snacks
    Purchase of healthy snack company Kind "clearly a play for Mars to expand portfolio beyond nostalgic and iconic sweet snack brands" like M&M's, says analyst.
  • Homebody For The Holidays: Guilt-Gifting To Rise
    One trend, "guilt-gifting," means people are looking for ways to overcome the angst of not getting to exchange gifts IRL with the people they love.
  • Thanksgiving 2020: Travel Down, Virtual Celebrating Up
    In one mid-October study, 90% of Americans said they will celebrate indoors; 61% will do so with people who don't live with them.
  • Amazon Set To Shake Up Pharma's $1.3 Trillion Universe
    Still, "similar to its foray into food, Amazon will find itself facing formidable, deeply embedded competitors with voluminous store networks," says an analyst.
  • Better Days: Walmart, Home Depot, Kohl's All Post Encouraging Sales
    General merchandise, health and wellness and food remained the most vital categories for in-store shopping.
  • DoorDash Eyes Amazon-Like Growth Plan, Ghost Kitchens Expand
    DoorDash says it plans to build products that can "facilitate the delivery of any item."
  • 'Small Brewery Sunday' Hopes To Prevent Craft Beermakers' Real Last Call
    In one survey, only 78% of small breweries said they're confident they'll still be open at this time next year.
  • Dangerously In Love: What To Expect From The Peloton/Beyonce 'Homecoming' Hookup
    Peloton, already riding high on the pandemic trend of home workouts, is banking on the drawing power of an icon with its new Beyonce partnership.
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