10 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This February

Every month in New York, there are a bewildering number of new dishes to eat, drinks to imbibe, and food-themed events to attend. Often, the hardest part is just figuring out what’s really worth your limited time. So Grub Street kicks off each month with a curated selection of dishes, drinks, and… More »

Trump Signs USMCA

President Trump signed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement on the South Lawn of the White House yesterday with farmers, CEOs, and workers in attendance, reports NBC News. The agreement will enable food and agriculture to trade more fairly throughout the three countries and expand exports of American agricultural products. Trump claims the USMCA overhauls the existing NAFTA agreement, butRead More

US Households Waste $240 Billion of Food Every Year

American households waste approximately $240 billion worth of food every year, according to a new study from researchers at Penn State University, reports Food Business News. The research analyzed data from 4,000 households that participated in the USDA’s National Household Food Acquisition and Purchase Survey. “Our findings are consistent with previous studies, which have shownRead More

Burger King Lowers Price of Impossible Whopper

Burger King is lowering the price of its Impossible Whopper due to decreasing sales, reports Bloomberg. Carrols Restaurant Group Inc., the biggest Burger King franchisee in the U.S., said sales have dropped to about 28 Impossible Whoppers per day, per store; down from 32 previously. The sandwich was recently added to Burger King’s two-for-$6 discount menuRead More

Consumers Seek Out Alternate Channels

Consumers are shifting their shopping habits to the channels they feel best support them, according to IRI’s Q4 2019 Consumer Connect Survey. The survey reveals that, despite the threat of a recession, consumers remain confident about their financial well-being and are contributing to sales growth. “Despite an atmosphere of economic uncertainty, consumer confidence and outlookRead More

Starbucks’ New Sustainability Pledge Focuses on Food, Packaging

Starbucks Corp. says it will strive to become a resource-positive company that “gives more than it takes from the planet” in a comprehensive new pledge that encompasses both its supply chain and its operations. Kevin Johnson, the Seattle-based coffee chain’s CEO, detailed the plans in a public letter to company stakeholders. The multifaceted initiative includesRead More

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