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The Lesson Hello Fresh Learned Painfully

Crafting their images from artful to messy.

May Parsey, Hello Fresh’s graphic designer shared with Entrepreneur a valuable learning – that HelloFresh has come to an important realization … that there can…

October 18, 2017 Watch Video


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Whole Foods' John Mackey Is Struggling With Whole Foods' Amazon Culture

John Mackey describes the culture clash of Amazon and Whole Foods as challenging and announced a retreat to help him and other top Whole Foods executives align with Amazon’s higher purpose.

Originally published on Forbes.com.

John Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods, says he learned valuable life lessons from his…

October 18, 2017 Read More


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London's First Zero-Waste Supermarket Has Opened

A new store in the UK shows US supermarkets how to reduce food waste.

Refinery29 reports that the Bulk Market opened in Dalston, Hackney, a district of East London, and will run as a pop-up shop on Kingsland Road until 25th October,…

October 17, 2017 Watch Video


Articles

Encourage More Shopping Trips to Waste Less Food

Retailers can help shoppers waste less food with improved delivery options, meal planning and more compelling in-store shopping experiences. 

Yesterday was World Food Day, and thanks to Feeding America, we were reminded that 41 million people in America don’t get enough to eat, while 72  billion pounds of safe food ends up in our landfills each year. These are startling and unfortunate statistics. And those reading the news have…

October 17, 2017 Read More


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Food, Politics and the Consequences 

The top reason consumers will boycott a brand is because of their politics.

We’ve seen politics arise in the food industry before. When John Mackey, Whole Foods CEO, went public with his feelings about Obamacare, or when Chick-fil-A took a hard line on gay marriage, and most recently Walmart CEO, Doug McMillon, openly criticized the president for his position on…

October 16, 2017 Read More


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Empty Shelves in The Edeka Store Makes A Point

The Edeka, a supermarket in Hamburg Germany, removed all foreign-made products from its shelves to illustrate just how reliant Germany is on people from around the world reports the Washington Post.

The Independent reports that the experiment might expand to more stores in the chain. 

Surprised customers browsed mostly empty aisles,…

October 16, 2017 Watch Video


Recipes

Chef Jamie's Apple-Stuffed Pork Chops with Cider Sauce

Pork never had it so good!

Chef Jamie says: Pork never had it so good as in this dish filled with fall flavors!
 
This recipe serves 6

Ingredients for the Stuffing:
4 slices pumpernickel or dark rye sandwich bread, crusts…


October 16, 2017 Read More


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Surprise! Shoppers Are Confused About Food and GMOs

According to a new nationally representative Food Literacy and Engagement Poll conducted at Michigan State University more than one-third of Americans do not know that foods with no genetically modified ingredients contain genes.

The other major surprise in the survey is that most of the people who stated this incorrect answer were young and affluent, and described themselves as having a higher-than-average understanding of the global food system. Boy, are we in trouble. 

The now annual Food Literacy and Engagement…

October 13, 2017 Watch Video


Articles

Food, the Fountain of Youth?

It is becoming more and more obvious, and undeniable that you are what you eat. Find out SupermarketGuru's top anti-aging tips here.

It is becoming more and more obvious, and undeniable that you are what you eat. Study after study, demonstrating the link between a certain overall lifestyle or particular food and improved health, are making headlines on a weekly basis. Foods that we eat today will have both an immediate and…

October 12, 2017 Read More


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Are Bad Habits Permanent?

It appears that when confronted with bad news about health, people don’t change their habits. How can you help your customers change?

It appears that when confronted with bad news about health, people don’t change their habits. There is no question that dietary patterns, exercise, and general health habits are hard to break, and that’s just one of the reasons why communities, schools, CPGs, supermarkets, the government, and others…

October 11, 2017 Read More


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