Robert Vosburgh

Group Editor , Supermarket News

Robert Vosburgh is group editor of Supermarket News (SN), the food industry's leading newsweekly, where he coordinates coverage of fresh foods, grocery and beverage. He is also editor of SN Whole Health, a quarterly supplement created in 2004 in response to the overwhelming interest in health and wellness shown by retailers operating in mainstream channels. Bob joined SN back in 1997 as the fresh foods editor.

Posts by Robert Vosburgh

in Refresh Aug 19, 2008

Industrial Park of Dreams

Dayton is a rural community in Washington State's Columbia County, tucked into the southeast corner, near the shared border of Oregon and Idaho....More
in Refresh Aug 18, 2008

What I Ate on My Summer Vacation

I just returned from Cape Cod, where my family has vacationed for years. Economics played a part in the decision to go (gas prices, primarily), but....More
in Refresh Aug 07, 2008

Thinkin' 'Bout Dunkin'

It's been a week, and I'm still trying to figure out how I feel about the new DDSmart menu at Dunkin' Donuts. For those of you who aren't familiar....More
in Refresh Aug 06, 2008

Trading Down at Whole Foods

Many people have been waiting to see how Whole Foods Market would perform in this faltering economy. Yesterday came the answer: The company....More
in Refresh Aug 05, 2008

Diabetes and Beyond

You don't have to suffer from diabetes to take advantage of a new online program launched this week by the American Diabetes Association. The....More
in Refresh Aug 01, 2008

Reading Between the Labels

Nutrition Facts panels are mandatory on all food products sold in the United States. Everything else, while it might be regulated or monitored, is....More
in Refresh Jul 29, 2008

Don't Eat the Messenger

Did you see the two-page Q....More
in Refresh Jul 25, 2008

Is Soy Bad for the Boy?

This week, we found out that soy has been linked to male infertility, particularly in certain classes of men. Researchers at Harvard University found....More
in Refresh Jul 21, 2008

Push Ups in Aisle Seven

Healthy employees make for happy associates. The message is coming through as more retailers announce wellness programs directed at their workers....More
in Refresh Jul 18, 2008

Sharing on Food Scares

Now that it's OK to eat tomatoes, let's talk turkey: The most obvious losers in this most recent foodborne illness outbreak might be farmers — but....More
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