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Wine Advent Calendars Debut in America, Sell Out Immediately
It does seem like a more festive way to booze.
Welcome to the Golden Age of Grocery Shopping
Brutal competition and advancing technology mean better food, lower prices, and loads of convenience.
Ongoing Price Wars Give Grocery Shoppers Lowest Thanksgiving Prices in 5 Years
Just about everything is cheaper this year, from turkeys on down.
Walmart’s Salmon That Funds North Korea Could Be in Supply Chain for Over a Year
Walmart, Aldi, and others imported over 2,000 tons of the tainted seafood this year alone.
Here’s Why German Discounter Lidl Will Escalate America’s Grocery-Price Wars
It plans 330 stores that offer food at up to 50 percent below rivals’ prices.
Whole Foods Will Downsize for the First Time in Nearly a Decade
Six straight quarters of sales declines are forcing the company to close nine stores.
foods that shouldn't exist
Some Horrible Monster Created Piña Colada–Flavored Cheddar Cheese
There’s tequila-lime, too.
Says Shrimp Sold at Walmart and Costco Comes From Slave Labor
A ‘Guardian’ investigation ties shrimp at several major retailers to fishmeal produced on Thai slave ships.
Crafty English People Will Convert Horse Burgers Into Cozy Home Heating
A big mistake gets put to good use.
A Big Birthday for Guinness; Tavern on the Green Won’t Be Done for a While
Plus: Legal troubles for David Bouley, and a Trader Joe’s for Chelsea, all in our morning news roundup.