Interest in romaine increased in mid-August as iceberg prices rose due to supply issues — an about-face from the situation earlier this year when romaine demand dropped following an E. coli outbreak.
Aug 16, 2018 by Ashley Nickle
Fruits and vegetables check many of the boxes when it comes to the words being used to sell food.
Convenience store chain Rutter’s has added local fruits and vegetables to its retail and foodservice offerings.
Irvington, N.Y.-based BrightFarms has gotten creative in granting consumer requests to tour its greenhouses.
Editor Tom Karst and retail editor Ashley Nickle discuss the big stories of the week, including recommendations from the Leafy Greens Food Safety Task Force and the latest back-and-forth with China on trade.
Albertsons Cos. and venture capitalist Greycroft have created a fund that could put as much as $50 million toward developing technologies for the grocery space.