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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 --...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Kroger awards grant to Franklin Township

    Kroger awards grant to Franklin Township
    A Franklin Township school program that helps kids got a financial boost from Kroger Friday. The grocery store chain gave a $2,500 grant to the Advancement Via Individual Determination program. The program helps kids in grades seven through twelve...
  • Mother of suspect killed in attempted Kroger robbery files lawsuit

    Mother of suspect killed in attempted Kroger robbery files lawsuit
    The mother of a local man fatally shot during an attempted robbery at a Kroger store in December filed a lawsuit against the supermarket chain for the wrongful death of her son. Toni Atkinson filed the lawsuit against The Kroger Company on July 13 in an...
  • Wild or farmed? Salmon eaters demand to know

    What could unite such fierce competitors as Bristol Farms, Costco, Safeway, Albertsons, Whole Foods Market and Trader Joe's? A group of fish-eating consumers who want to know whether the salmon in the stores' display cases is wild or farmed. The...
  • The week ahead

    Monday: -- Earnings: Diamond Foods Inc.; FuelCell Energy Inc.; H&R Block Inc.; Hayes Lemmerz International Inc.; SAIC Inc.; Vail Resorts Inc. Tuesday: -- Federal Reserve meeting -- October wholesale inventories -- Earnings: CHC Helicopter Corp.; Cooper...
  • The gift card shuffle

    Who cares that holiday spending fell short of expectations this season? The real shopping is happening right now. Gift cards, according to a survey by American Express and the International Council of Shopping Centers, were the third most popular item...
  • Maya Lin's earthly concerns

    Maya Lin's earthly concerns
    MAYA LIN has always had a deep feeling for the land. As a child, she roamed the leafy woods of the Appalachian foothills in southern Ohio, listening to the mating calls of the songbirds that filled the forest. Now Lin perceives a growing stillness, as the...
  • GAO gives U.S. food safety low marks

     
    by Stephen J. Hedges The Government Accountability Office released an audit Monday suggesting at least six other countries and the European Union have better food safety systems than the United States. The 97-page audit was requested by two of the......
  • Protecting the vine, gourmet in Berkeley, and falling profits

     
    --In an attempt to try to quash the spread of a moth that’s threatening California’s vineyards, the state Department of Food and Agriculture announced Tuesday that it is quarantining 162 square miles – a swath that covers wine country in......