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[email protected]: Amazon to go brick-and-mortar with drive-up grocery? | SkinnyPop maker goes public

5@5: Amazon to go brick-and-mortar with drive-up grocery? | SkinnyPop maker goes public
Each day at 5 p.m. we collect the five top natural news headlines of the day, making it easy for you to catch up on today's most important natural products industry news.

Austin snack food company looks to go public in $276 million offering

Amplify Snack Brands Inc., makers of SkinnyPop, has filed paperwork with the SEC to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker "BETR." Read more at Austin Business Journal...

Amazon planning drive-up grocery stores

Sources say the Internet retailer is developing a physical store concept that would allow shoppers to order grocery items online and pick them up at a dedicated facility—with the first one being in Sunnyvale. Read more at Silicon Valley Business Journal...

World's first vegetarian drive-thru opens in Rohnert Park

It's here! Amy's Drive-Thru—complete with solar panels and a water reclamation tower—is open and serving up locally grown, vegetarian, non-GMO comfort foods to Bay Area diners. Read more at 7x7...

How grocery store delis can manage food safety risks

Consumers want more prepared foods, but that means more food safety risk for retailers. These steps can help. Read more at Food Safety News...

The future of seafood: Is wild catch going extinct?

Everyone agrees that catching fish in a sustainable and responsible way is key to the future of seafood, but not everyone agrees that farmed fishing is the best way to do it. Read more at LA Weekly...

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