Supermarkets are riding the craft beer high and using off-premise licenses to serve obscure drafts at in-store growler stations. Sourced from nearby microbrewers, fresh drafts are brought from grain to growler in as little as two weeks.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Last week Californians voted down a ballot initiative to require labeling of genetically modified foods, but the issue is far from dead say supporters who’ve vowed to push for mandatory disclosure in other states.
BELLEVUE, Wash. — Nearly half of adult eating occasions — 46% — are a solitary affair, finds new research from The Hartman Group that attributes the behavior to increased snacking, eating at one’s desk and less emphasis on communal meals.
Supermarkets in the storm-ravaged Northeastern U.S. crept slowly back to life in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, many fueled by generator power and operating with skeleton crews to provide what service they could to their devastated communities.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Sixty-one percent of smartphone-wielding Millennials and 58% of shoppers ages 36 to 65 use their phone to shop the grocery store, finds the Sprint Mobile Moment of Truth Survey, performed by the Barkley ad agency here.