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Whole Foods launching food truck that will serve as test kitchen

The retailer's new global vice president of culinary and hospitality, Tien Ho, is spearheading a project that will test out new concepts via a food truck at Whole Foods' flagship store in Austin—launching just in time for South by Southwest. Read more at Austin 360...


Inside Fresh Thyme: CEO explains retailer's secret to low prices

This retail model focuses on produce and meat to drive sales. Fresh Thyme is expected to have 150 stores across the Midwest. Read more at MLive...

The baffling reason many millennials don't eat cereal

Even the most convenient of foods still isn't convenient enough for today's youth. A recent survey found that four in 10 millennials don't eat cereal because it requires cleaning the bowl afterward. Read more at The Washington Post...


Eat your beer: Why a San Francisco startup is making granola bars from spent brewing grains

Two college buddies who started making bread from the grain waste produced from brewing beer have built a business on the concept of up-cycling. It's called ReGrained, and it now sells granola bars instead of bread. Read more at Forbes...


A new study suggests that even the toughest pesticide regulations aren't nearly enough

Regulators only test pesticides individually—not in combination with each other, the way they are usually used in fields. That's a problem, according to a new report from the University of California, Los Angeles, which suggests that comingling pesticides could produce dangerous effects. Read more at The Fern...

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