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Festive Holiday Foods to Delight Your Tastebuds

The top picks for nutrition and taste this holiday season are here.

Dec 22, 2014 Read More

In Defense of Ugly Vegetables - Produce Needs a Makeover

Food waste is of top concern, so how can retailers help ugly produce find its way into the prepared food section as well as shoppers’ baskets and onto their plates?

Dec 22, 2014 Read More

Now's the time for YOUR voice to be heard!

We want to hear from YOU, the consumer!

Dec 19, 2014 Read More

On Holiday, Friends and Family Matter More Than Shopping

In the end, experiences trump possession of material goods in prime gifting period.

Dec 19, 2014 Read More

Should You be Eating the Happy Nut?

Ever wondered about adding other nuts to your diet? Pistachios are a great pick, nutritious, and fun to shell. Here’s what you need to know.

Dec 19, 2014 Read More

The Quality of Cherry Tomatoes

Cherry tomatoes are a valuable variety, introduced in Sicily (Italy) since 1889 by the Israeli company HAZERA GENETICS. Such was their success to fuel the idea that they were an indigenous product.

Dec 18, 2014 Read More

Should You Eat Plantains? 5 Things You Need to Know

Ever wondered how to use these large banana–like fruit and if they were worth it nutritionally to add to your diet? Find out the 5 things you need to know, including how to prepare plantains here.

Dec 17, 2014 Read More

Science Isn’t Scary

I wasn’t particularly surprised when my nine-year-old daughter came home from school one day and asked, a bit terrified, “Mom, what’s a GMO?”

Dec 16, 2014 Read More

Holiday Herb Shopping: Fresh vs. Dry. Read Before You Shop

Holiday food prep may call for less frequently used herbs and spices, here is your guide to shop and determine if you can substitute fresh for dry and vice versa...

Dec 15, 2014 Read More

Auchan France: What Happens to the Best European Hypermarkets

Seven innovations that are being tested in Europe to improve the usability of hypermarkets through connections in motion.

Dec 12, 2014 Read More

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