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April 17, 2014

Welch's on Thursday announced the introduction of Farmer's Pick, a line of juices that brings a fresh-picked fruit taste to juice aisles, according to the company.

CONCORD, Mass. — Welch's on Thursday announced the introduction of Farmer's Pick, a line of juices that brings a fresh-picked fruit taste to juice aisles, according to the company. The product contains unfiltered juice and no artificial ingredients, and brings body, aroma and flavor with every glass, the company said.

March 26, 2014

Springtime allergy season may be delayed a few weeks this year, kicking into high gear in early April as opposed to late March due to a 2013-2014 winter characterized by extremely low temperatures and heavy snow storms.

Springtime allergy season may be delayed a few weeks this year, kicking into high gear in early April as opposed to late March due to a 2013-2014 winter characterized by extremely low temperatures and heavy snow storms. 

November 1, 2013

Kerrygold has announced that Dubliner cheese will now be available in convenient cracker-size slices.

EVANSTON, Ill. — Kerrygold has announced that Dubliner cheese will now be available in convenient cracker-size slices.

Dubliner Cracker Cut Cheese, available at supermarkets nationwide, will come in a 6-ounce re-sealable parchment package, with 18 slices to a package. The pre-sliced cheese will measure 2x2 inches. This latest product will join Dubliner Cheese, Reduced Fat Dubliner Cheese and Dubliner with Irish Stout.

August 26, 2013

Peapod is opening nine new pickup locations at Stop & Shop stores around Massachusetts and Rhode Island as part of an expansion push in New England, bringing its total number of sites in those states and Connecticut to 27.

The way Americans shop for groceries is undergoing a rapid and dramatic change. Supermarkets will likely continue to exist for a long time, but a growing amount of shopping for food is happening online.

Peapod is opening nine new pickup locations at Stop & Shop stores around Massachusetts and Rhode Island as part of an expansion push in New England, bringing its total number of sites in those states and Connecticut to 27.

The way Americans shop for groceries is undergoing a rapid and dramatic change. Supermarkets will likely continue to exist for a long time, but a growing amount of shopping for food is happening online.

February 22, 2013

Daisies and Dukes, inspired by the fresh air and natural beauty of the American countryside, has introduced a new line of bath and body products, the company announced.

CORTLAND, N.Y. — Daisies and Dukes, inspired by the fresh air and natural beauty of the American countryside, has introduced a new line of bath and body products, the company announced.

July 3, 2012

Pinnacle Foods has extended a line under its Vlasic pickle brand.

PARSIPPANY, N.J. — Pinnacle Foods has extended a line under its Vlasic pickle brand.

New Farmer's Garden by Vlasic only touts real ingredients — no artificial coloring or flavoring, as well as no corn syrup — to deliver a great-tasting pickle with authentic flavor and maximum crunch, the company said. The extended line will include deli style halves, bread and butter chips, zesty garlic chips, kosher dill halves and kosher dill spears.

June 19, 2012

Grocer A&P has inked an exclusive partnership with BrightFarms, becoming the only retailer of BrightFarms’ Brooklyn-grown produce from the world’s largest rooftop farm.

NEW YORK and MONTVALE, N.J. — Grocer A&P has inked an exclusive partnership with BrightFarms, becoming the only retailer of BrightFarms’ Brooklyn-grown produce from the world’s largest rooftop farm.

June 8, 2012

Quietly but noticeably, two trends have been occurring over the past few years: A move toward "locavorism" and a demand for fresh produce. The fresh produce trend is evident from a Produce Marketing Association consumer survey from 2010 that showed an increased interest in buying fresh fruits and vegetables and shopping at farmer's markets, while such retailers as Bartell Drugs, Meijer and Duane Reade are devoting significant shelf space to locally sourced products.

WHAT IT MEANS AND WHY IT'S IMPORTANT — Quietly but noticeably, two trends have been occurring over the past few years: A move toward "locavorism" and a demand for fresh produce. The fresh produce trend is evident from a Produce Marketing Association consumer survey from 2010 that showed an increased interest in buying fresh fruits and vegetables and shopping at farmer's markets, while such retailers as Bartell Drugs, Meijer and Duane Reade are devoting significant shelf space to locally sourced products.

July 21, 2011

It seems that when given the opportunity, more consumers choose organic food over conventionally produced food, according to the latest poll conducted by Thomson Reuters and NPR.

WASHINGTON — It seems that when given the opportunity, more consumers choose organic food over conventionally produced food, according to the latest poll conducted by Thomson Reuters and NPR.

The Thomson Reuters-NPR Health Poll found that among 3,014 participants interviewed from May 2 to 13, 58% preferred organic food. Additionally, more than two-thirds of consumers ages 35 years and younger, as well as those with a bachelor's degree or higher, preferred organic food (63% and 64%, respectively).

June 9, 2011

Friendship is updating its look and taking it to supermarket aisles.

FRIENDSHIP, N.Y. — Friendship is updating its look and taking it to supermarket aisles.

The brand, which is part of Dean Foods, said it has adorned its family of products with new colorful packages. What's more, Friendship's iconic dove is much more prominent on the package, giving the brand an unmistakable presence on shelf, Friendship said.

Friendship is a maker of all-natural dairy products, including cottage cheese, sour cream, farmer cheese and buttermilk.

March 16, 2011

Johnson Products, a maker of ethnic hair care products, strengthened its commitment to historically black colleges and universities and their athletes by supporting the Farmers Insurance 2011 Southwestern Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament in March. As the exclusive hair care sponsor, the manufacturer debuted its new Ultra Sheen Men at the event.

NEW YORK — Johnson Products, a maker of ethnic hair care products, strengthened its commitment to historically black colleges and universities and their athletes by supporting the Farmers Insurance 2011 Southwestern Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament in March. As the exclusive hair care sponsor, the manufacturer debuted its new Ultra Sheen Men at the event.

The tournament took place March 9 to 12 at the Special Events Center in Garland, Texas.