Chris Ytuarte

Articles by Chris Ytuarte
THE BIG CHEESE: GOURMENT IS GAINING 
Gourmet cheeses have become the prime target for the cheese enthusiast and the everyday shopper alike, retailers and category experts told SN. The once
USDA FOOD-SAFETY CHIEF REBUTS DISEASED MEAT CLAIM 
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service here has rebutted published reports concerning shoddy inspection
FANCY FOOD SHOW 
NEW YORK -- Statistics regarding the food industry's reliance on genetically modified soy beans may not accurately represent what is actually being produced
IBP RUNS REVIEW IN RECALL'S WAKE 
GENESEO, Ill. -- As its voluntary recall of nearly 266,000 pounds of ground beef winds down, IBP, based here, continues to review the inspection procedures
DOWNTOWN, UPTOWN, ALL AROUND 
NEW YORK -- When Balducci's, one of this city's leading gourmet markets, decided to open a second store here, it only ventured a few miles north to do
AD QUESTIONS RETAILER'S LOCAL BUYING COMMITMENT 
COACHELLA, Calif. -- A collection of grape farmers and state lawmakers used a full-page newspaper ad to challenge retailers to embrace local and regional
RETAILERS REBUT IRRADIATED MEAT PRICE GOUGING CLAIM 
MINNEAPOLIS -- Retailers selling a brand of irradiated beef patties called accusations of price gouging inaccurate and unfair, after a Washington-based
MUSTACHE CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES CONSUMER CONTEST 
CHICAGO -- Dairy Management Inc., and the National Fluid Milk Processor Education Program, both based here, and both generators of the widely successful
STUDY: DAIRY MANUFACTURERS SHOULD FOCUS ON THE POSITIVE 
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- A new, preliminary study of dairy ingredients indicates that consumers prefer products for their superior flavor and texture and associate
FMI TRADE SHOW 
CHICAGO -- Supervalu Inc., Minneapolis, Minn., took a large step into the slowly evolving marketplace for irradiated foods when it announced plans to
SUCCESSFUL MUSHROOM PROMOTION REVIVED 
DUBLIN, Calif. -- In response to the success of last year's in-store campaign, the Mushroom Council, based here, will launch a revival this week of its
NEW GMO REGS LET STORES SET POLICIES 
WASHINGTON -- The Clinton Administration's announcement extending federal oversight of genetically modified foods sets new standards for gene-altered
CASE SETUP SEEN HEATING MEAT SALES 
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- New case-management strategies in the meat department can significantly boost sales and profits when properly implemented and maintained
SUMMER SNACKIN' 
As the temperature rises with the approach of the summer months, retail merchandising strategies in the produce department begin to heat up as well, and
GRAND-OPENING ORANGE DISPLAY SHOWS 'A-PEEL' 
LAWTON, Okla. -- Country Mart, an independently owned retail chain, attempted to put its newest store in the record books recently with a mound of citrus

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