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  • Kroger, Stop & Shop Join in Rejection of "Pink Slime" Beef

    Kroger, Stop & Shop Join in Rejection of "Pink Slime" Beef
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Two more major grocery chains say they will stop buying beef that contains "pink slime." The Kroger Co., the nation's largest traditional grocer with more than 2,400 supermarkets in 31 states, made the announcement Thursday --...
  • 'Pink slime's' Beef Products Inc.: Hard knock for a good company?

    'Pink slime's' Beef Products Inc.: Hard knock for a good company?
    Beef Products Inc. told the Associated Press on Monday that it’ll shut down operations at three of the four plants where it makes the meat product that critics have nastily taken to calling “pink slime.” But some food industry experts...
  • Beef Processor Shuts Plants Over "Pink Slime" Fallout

    Beef Processor Shuts Plants Over "Pink Slime" Fallout
    Beef Products Inc. told the Associated Press on Monday that it will shut down operations at three of the four plants where it makes the meat product that critics have nastily taken to calling "pink slime." But some food industry experts say that the...
  • Social media turn up heat on food industry

    Social media turn up heat on food industry
    Americans enjoy the cheapest food supply in the world, spending the smallest share of their income on groceries of any country. But as activist groups continue to pull back the curtain on the techniques that make this cheap food possible, Americans are...
  • Kroger launches food drive in support of local food banks, pantries

    Kroger launches food drive in support of local food banks, pantries
    The Kroger Co.’s Central Division launched “Share Your Feast” Thursday, which is the company’s largest annual food drive in support of local food banks and food pantries.   The food drive will begin Thursday and last until...
  • More grocery chains pull Enfamil baby formula; Feds widen probe into other brands

    More grocery chains pull Enfamil baby formula; Feds widen probe into other brands
    More grocers pulled Enfamil baby formula cans from shelves Friday, while U.S. health regulators said they are widening their investigation to include several types of baby formula after the death of a Missouri newborn. Even though Enfamil has not been...
  • More retailers pull formula after Mo. infant death

    COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Several more national retailers have joined Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in pulling a batch of powdered infant formula from their shelves after a Missouri newborn who consumed it apparently died of a rare bacterial infection. Officials...
  • Police release identity of suspect killed by Kroger employee

    Police release identity of suspect killed by Kroger employee
    Police have released the identity of a suspect killed by a Kroger employee during an attempted robbery. According to police, Jeremy Atkinson, 26, tried to rob the Kroger near 71st Street and Georgetown Road a little after 6 p.m. Monday. Witnesses said...
  • Kroger policy prohibited employee from bringing gun in store

    Kroger policy prohibited employee from bringing gun in store
    According to a Kroger employee handbook, store employees are prohibited from bringing a firearm inside the store. The information comes after a store manager shot and killed a would-be-robber. Metro police say Jeremy Atkinson, 26, tried to rob the...
  • Prosecutor: No charges for Kroger employee who fatally shot suspected robber

    Prosecutor: No charges for Kroger employee who fatally shot suspected robber
    The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has determined the Kroger employee who fatally shot another man suspected of trying to rob the store will not be charged.   According to police, Jeremy Atkinson, 26, tried to rob the Kroger near 71st Street and...
  • There's little privacy in a digital world

    There's little privacy in a digital world
    During his two-hour morning bike ride, Eric Hartman doesn't pay much attention to his iPhone. But the iPhone is paying attention to him. As he traverses the 30-mile circuit around Seal Beach, Hartman's iPhone knows precisely where he is at every moment,...
  • Grocery Workers Cast Ballots on Strike Authorization Vote

    Grocery Workers Cast Ballots on Strike Authorization Vote
    BURBANK ( KTLA ) -- An estimated 62,000 grocery workers in Southern California have cast their ballots for a second time on whether to go ahead with a strike. The vote was held Friday, just days after Albertsons and Vons began taking applications from...