Get your Gator Eggs
This is a review of packaging more than it is a process or product, but I have to tell you as a new mom (again), I love the idea of Gator Eggs. They’re baby food sized! Read more.

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Back in business
I went seven weeks without grocery shopping while I recovered from childbirth. That may be a record in my adult life, so I spent the last two weeks of my maternity leave following the birth of my second son in January slowly reacquainting myself with the produce department. Read more.

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Know when it's time to move on, honey
Honeycrisp, we need to have a talk. Actually, my neighborhood retailer and I need to have a talk about the $3.97 a pound Honeycrisp they’re trying to sucker me into buying in mid-January. Read more.

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One man's trash...
If only solving the food waste problem was as easy as letting the freegans have a crack at your Dumpster. When I read consumer media articles about food waste, there always seems to be consensus among the most vocal comments — that the industry clearly is throwing “perfectly good” food away, when someone would be happy to eat it. Read more.

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Whole Foods' Phoenix upgrade
PHOENIX—Whole Foods is staring down its competition in a recently-opened store in the Camelback area of central Phoenix. The store, which opened in September in a renovated strip mall property previously occupied by now-defunct Linens and Things, is a relocation for Scottsdale location closed by the Austin, Texas-based retailer. Read more.

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Healthful food too expensive? Try $1.50 a day
The produce industry has been preaching its healthful – and value-conscious – message for years. And here’s another new study that shows eating a more healthful diet isn’t as expensive as people like to think. Harvard researchers pored over 27 studies from 10 countries and found the difference averaged about $1.50 a day, according to an article from National Public Radio. Read more.

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I've been everywhere, man
I saw more stores this year than I can keep track of. From Berlin to Los Angeles, Nova Scotia to Seattle, I spent the past 12 months packing in as many retail visits as I could. It’s a hard life, seeing produce departments for a living. Read more.

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Merry, bright – and fresh
Make sure you’re highlighting proven sellers, not only for Thanksgiving, but also Christmas. A new FreshFacts Shopper Insights report from Nielsen Perishables Group outlines key areas for you to focus on Christmas fresh food sales. Read more.

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