Food & Beverage Industry News

The food & beverage industry is huge, diverse and constantly changing. This means it is a topic of great interest to many people, so Wiser created a tailored digest to meet those people's needs. The food & beverage news email delivers the latest articles from around the internet in a simple and easy-to-read format. The industry is actually global in nature and covers all food production except for the small amount of food that is still produced by subsistence farmers. In the US, the global nature of the industry is important in terms of exports, strength and sustainability, and food security. Some of the biggest companies in the world are part of the food & beverage industry including PepsiCo Inc., Tyson Foods Inc., Nestle, JBS and Coca-Cola Co. They exist in an industry that continues to consolidate as well as going through change in terms of consumer demands for healthier ingredients, clearer information and controlled costs. The Wiser daily food & beverage industry news email is free and is designed for anyone with an interest in the industry, including food producers and retailers.

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Amazon has 'created a tipping point' in online groceries (AMZN)
markets.businessinsider.com • Jacob Sonenshine
E. coli outbreak warning expands to all romaine lettuce
Chicago Tribune • Lena H. Sun
Amazon Prime passes 100m subscribers mark
The Guardian • Samuel Gibbs
Aldi named as best British supermarket for sustainable fish
The Guardian • Rebecca Smithers Consumer Affairs Correspondent
Starbucks Is Closing Thousands of Stores for Racial Bias Training. Heres How Much Money It Could Lose
yahoo.com • Alex Fitzpatrick
Amid growing interest in halal food, Navy Pier festival to celebrate Muslim lifestyle
Chicago Tribune • Greg Trotter
Utah Man Wins Big in Promotion by Swire Coca-Cola, Larry H. Miller Group, Associated Food Stores and Utah Jazz
BusinessWire
Protect our forests before we lose them all
Free Malaysia Today • Mariam Mokhtar
Casper City Council members discuss schools, food trucks
Search Results - Casper Star-Tribune Online • Katie King
Mario Batali Plots His Comeback at Atla, Maybe
Eater - All • Serena Dai
 
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Amazon has 'created a tipping point' in online groceries (AMZN)
markets.businessinsider.comJacob Sonenshine
Amazon is shaking up groceries, forcing others to grow their online presence. Big players like Walmart, Target, Kroger, and Costco, are upping their online-selling and delivery combos to compete with Amazon. Watch Amazon trade in real time here. Amazon's growing presence in...
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Education, Grocery & Supermarkets
E. coli outbreak warning expands to all romaine lettuce
Chicago TribuneLena H. Sun
Public health officials are now telling consumers to avoid all types of romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak linked to the vegetable that has spread to at least 16 states and sickened at least 60 people, including eight inmates at...
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Amazon.com Inc, Digital Media
Amazon Prime passes 100m subscribers mark
The GuardianSamuel Gibbs
Amazon has revealed that it has more than 100 million subscribers to its Prime service, which bundles free shipping with video and music streaming services and other perks to keep shoppers locked into its brand. Jeff Bezos, its chief executive, revealed the...
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Environment, Grocery & Supermarkets
Aldi named as best British supermarket for sustainable fish
The GuardianRebecca Smithers Consumer Affairs Correspondent
The discount grocer Aldi has been named the best British high street supermarket for sustainable fish, according to a new league table. Some 79% of the seafood range stocked by the fast-growing German discounter is certified sustainable, the annual survey from the...
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Education, Energy & Utilities
Starbucks Is Closing Thousands of Stores for Racial Bias Training. Heres How Much Money It Could Lose
yahoo.comAlex Fitzpatrick
More Starbucks is closing over 8,000 company-owned stores for racial bias training during an afternoon in May, the company announced Tuesday. The news comes as the Seattle, Wash.-based firm is being criticized after two black men were arrested in a Philadelphia Starbucks...
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Education, Food & Beverage Industry
Amid growing interest in halal food, Navy Pier festival to celebrate Muslim lifestyle
Chicago TribuneGreg Trotter
There is growing demand for halal food, as demonstrated by the inaugural I Heart Halal festival happening April 13-15, 2018, at Navy Pier. (Terrence Antonio James / ) Thousands of Muslims and non-Muslims alike are expected to attend the inaugural I Heart...
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Grocery & Supermarkets
Utah Man Wins Big in Promotion by Swire Coca-Cola, Larry H. Miller Group, Associated Food Stores and Utah Jazz
BusinessWire
DRAPER, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ricky Keele of Lehi, Utah, is the proud new owner of a Jeep™ vehicle thanks to a great promotion by Swire Coca-Cola, Larry H. Miller Group, Associated Food Stores and Utah Jazz. The iconic companies joined forces to give away...
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Agriculture, Biodiversity
Protect our forests before we lose them all
Free Malaysia TodayMariam Mokhtar
Malaysia should act now to prevent indiscriminate deforestation for palm oil plantations. Malaysia’s ministers had better take heed, and our farmers had better take stern measures: one of UK’s major supermarkets is taking action against the devastation of tropical rainforests by refusing...
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Education, Food & Beverage Industry
Casper City Council members discuss schools, food trucks
Search Results - Casper Star-Tribune OnlineKatie King
Councilman Jesse Morgan said he wanted the Council to consider de-funding the revolving land fund, which the city uses to buy and sell properties for redevelopment purposes. He admitted he thought it might be a bad idea, but said the money could...
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Mario Batali Plots His Comeback at Atla, Maybe
Eater - AllSerena Dai
Enrique Olvera’s daytime Noho hotspot Atla is a destination for all kinds — including disgraced chef Mario Batali, who dined at the restaurant Friday morning in his signature crocs. A tipster said that Batali looked noticeably thinner as he ate enfrijoladas and...
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