Bob Vosburgh

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Trader Joe's Petitioned to Sell Only Antibiotic-free Meat  2
NEW YORK — Consumers Union delivered more than 500,000 signatures to a Trader Joe’s unit in Manhattan as part of its recently launched Meat Without Drugs campaign.
2012 Power 50: No. 37 Gary Rodkin 
Most consumers of ConAgra’s many brands remain “extremely value-conscious” in applying budget lessons learned during the recession, observes Gary Rodkin, the company’s president and chief executive officer.
2012 Power 50: No. 25 Shon Boney 

 

Stealing the limelight is never easy in a channel long dominated by Whole Foods Market. Yet that’s just what Shon Boney did when his Sprouts Farmers Market announced its merger with regional rival Sunflower Farmers Markets.

2012 Power 50: No. 24 Hank Meijer 
If there’s one word to describe Meijer’s focus over the past year, the company’s co-chairman and chief executive officer says it would be “fundamentals.”
2012 Power 50: No. 5 John Mackey 
John Mackey may no longer come across as the brash upstart who led Whole Foods Market to dominate the natural food segment of the industry, but he still has a lot to brag about. Even a cursory glance at the chain’s most recent quarter reveals solid finances and an intelligent growth strategy.
Kings Produce Program Pushes Logistics to the Max 
PARSIPPANY, N.J. — Kings Food Markets here wants to raise the bar on the definition of “local” produce with a new initiative that rushes local fruits, vegetables and herbs to stores within 24 hours of harvest.
SN Whole Health: Summer 2012 Trends  1
Expect these hot trends this summer: shopping walls, mochi madness, upscale carbonated soft drinks and greater gardens.
SN Whole Health: Summer 2012 News  2
News about food audit programs, GMO, whole grains, hemp, food labels, defining organic, obesity and gluten.
The Fit List: The Best in Health, Wellness and Sustainability 
SN Whole Health’s 2012 Fit List celebrates the efforts of food retailers leading the industry in health, wellness and sustainability.
SN Whole Health: High-Tech Health 

There’s no doubt that the health and wellness movement has helped swing the consumer pendulum back towards simplicity and authenticity. One only has to look at the recent backlashes over “pink slime” and cochineal bug extract to understand the power of the shift as demand for clean ingredient lists, local foods and artisan items moves to the fore.

The Retailer’s Role in OTC 
MORE OTC PRODUCTS on the shelves mean more choice for consumers and more opportunity for supermarket pharmacies. As the health care industry moves toward
Easy Access 
Landmark health care legislation, a newly invigorated Food and Drug Administration, and frugal, post-recession consumers all promise big changes ahead
Current Troubles at Johnson & Johnson 
THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION investigation into quality-control problems at Johnson & Johnson's McNeil Consumer Healthcare division has shined a critical
Learn How to ‘Eclipse’ Change: Consultant 
HOUSTON — The dictionary defines the word eclipse as to surpass; outshine, as in: His outstanding performance eclipsed the previous record. Supermarket
Whole Health Trends: Tofu Take Two 
Try as they might, Americans have a tough time embracing tofu. A staple of Eastern diets, it's still an uncommon sight on U.S. dinner tables. Taste isn't
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