"I can only imagine what other body parts I was eating while consuming that bag."
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Because the customers who filed it didn't save their receipts.
The announcement follows a petition that went viral and hit 100,000 supporters.
The company is trying to move its 160 employees to other area stores.
It's a real struggle to survive out there.
They fear their volunteer model will be targeted by labor officials.
It refused to pay the $1.5 million the city originally demanded.
Investors are "almost uniformly negative on the company."
Another knock against the grocer.
The "original Oreo" is coming back very soon.
The company has applied for a liquor license in Chicago to test the idea.
A federal lawsuit claims the chain broke SEC laws by misrepresenting its value to investors.
"Straight up, we made some mistakes."
The first was filed a day after New York announced an investigation into the grocer's prices.
The high-end chain's food might literally be too expensive.
Coupons! Flash sales! Buy-one-get-one free-range chicken!
We don't need another J.Crew, they say.
While members of the state’s Senate Appropriations Committee continue to side with the LCB’s modernization efforts over Governor Corbett’s plans for privatization, the lifting of a ban across the river that prevented grocery stores and big-box retailers from pedaling alcohol...
Brooklyn's beloved Middle Eastern grocer will add 1,500 square feet.
Supervalu, which owns the ubiquitous supermarket chain, plans to divert 90% of its waste away from landfills at 40 stores.