Pricey Supermarkets Attract Skinniest Consumers

May 25, 2010 JoNel Aleccia, MSNBC

The percentage of food shoppers who are obese is almost 10 times higher at low-cost grocery stores compared with upscale markets.

Study: No Evidence Organics Benefit Health

There is currently no strong evidence that organics bring nutrition-related health benefits, according to research published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Technomic’s Revised Forecast Puts Foodservice At Slight Improvement

Technomic increased its 2010 U.S. foodservice industry nominal growth forecast from a decline of 1.6 percent to positive growth of 0.6 percent.

Some California Restaurants Drop Meat, Dairy From Menu

Restaurants in California’s Bay Area are creating flavorful and interesting food that is free of meat, eggs, dairy and other animal products in a bid to attract vegan customers.

Sprouts Farmers Market To Have 100 Stores By End Of 2013

Sprouts Farmers Market to open plans to have 100 stores by the end of 2013.