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The 10 Best Natural Home Products You Can Buy at Whole Foods

We're constantly on the hunt for cleaning and decorating hacks to help you create the home of your dreams. That is, without having to worry about harming your family or the environment in the process. From a natural hand soap that will...Show More Summary

Supercontinuum lasers can lead to better bread and beer

Researchers from the Department of Food Science (FOOD) at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark are the first in the world to have analysed whole grains with long near-infrared wavelengths using a new type of light source, the supercontinuum laser. Show More Summary

The Amazon juggernaut has traders making record bets against America's largest grocer (KR)

Kroger, the largest traditional grocer in the US, has already seen its stock plummet 30% since Amazon first announced its acquisition of Whole Foods. Traders are betting that the pain will continue. Short interest on Kroger — a measure...Show More Summary

Supercontinuum lasers can lead to better bread and beer

(Faculty of Science - University of Copenhagen) Researchers from the Department of Food Science (FOOD) at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark are the first in the world to have analysed whole grains with long near-infrared wavelengths using a new type of light source, the supercontinuum laser. Show More Summary

We ate lunch at United Airlines' secret invitation-only restaurant and it takes airport food to a whole new level

In late August, United Airlines opened Classified, the hottest restaurant to hit the airport dining scene in recent memory. But apart from those dedicated to restaurants and airport dining, few know of its existence and even fewer will...Show More Summary

How Whole Foods went from a hippie natural foods store to Amazon's $13.7 billion grocery weapon (AMZN)

Whole Foods has had quite the ride. Over the course of 39 years, CEO and co-founder John Mackey has taken it from a small natural foods store in the hippie haven of Austin, Texas, to an international behemoth. At the beginning, Whole Foods was only 10,500 square feet and had 19 employees. Show More Summary

Here’s What It Takes To Win The Grocery Wars

With Amazon pushing into food aisles, physical stores are duking it out to be the grocer of the future. Around the time that Amazon was announcing its intent to buy natural-foods pioneer Whole Foods for $13.4 billion this past summer,...Show More Summary

I gave up Starbucks for a week and drank this high-fat, buttered coffee drink instead — here's the verdict

• Bulletproof Coffee, a "biohacking" wellness brand, is bringing a bottled version of buttered coffee to market. • The ready-to-drink product will roll out to over 400 Whole Foods stores nationwide this fall. • The drink taps into aShow More Summary

Don't Believe Whole Foods—There's Nothing 'Humane' About Its Meat

Animals are a far second to the profit motive. Whole Foods goes further that any other major grocer to advertise its alleged humane treatment of animals. Consumers are confronted with mountains of marketing materials praising the happy lives of the animals raised on the farms who produce the products that line Whole Foods’ shelves. Show More Summary

Amazon is bringing its biggest weapon to Whole Foods to make sure it succeeds (AMZN)

Amazon has been erasing billions from its rivals' valuations in the weeks since its acquired Whole Foods. Investors have shed their investments in other grocery stores as they wait to see how Amazon will modernize its new grocery holding. But...Show More Summary

Annaliese Griffin | Amazon’s takeover of Whole Foods is a fascinating experiment in class identity

Annaliese Griffin | Amazon’s takeover of Whole Foods is a fascinating experiment in class identity: How and where we spend our money has a great deal to do with class identity, as Elizabeth Currid-Halkett, the James Irvine Chair in urban...Show More Summary

Amazon Will Milk the Integration of Prime+Whole Foods, Says Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak sees lots of potential for Amazon to bring its Prime membership to Whole Foods, and to lure Whole Foods shoppers into Prime.

Should you bite on Whole Foods’ new prices? Maybe not

Amazon buying Whole Foods has many wondering whether the grocer is suddenly within their budget.        

UBS: Amazon is throwing a pile of cash at Whole Foods to turn a profit — which could come sooner than you think (AMZN)

What's the first thing you do after you spend $13.7 billion on a grocery store known for its high prices? Well, if you are Amazon, you slash those prices on the first day you gain ownership of the stores. With a huge $21.451 billionShow More Summary

New products make whole grains a whole lot easier

Whole grains are trending. The National Restaurant Association declared them one of the top 20 food trends of 2017, multiple surveys report that consumers are seeking them out, and thousands of grocery items have been reformulated to include more in the past year. That's a good thing because there...

UBS: Amazon is throwing a pile of cash at Whole Foods to turn a profit — which could come sooner than you think (AMZN)

What's the first thing you do after you spend $13.7 billion on a grocery store known for its high prices? Well, if you are Amazon, you slash those prices on the first day you gain ownership of the stores. With a huge $21.451 billionShow More Summary

BLUE APRON CEO: Amazon and Whole Foods aren't the competition (APRN)

Amazon’s $13.7 billion Whole Foods buyout could not have come at a worse time for Blue Apron. By the time Echo Dot speakers were on sale at the Amazon's newly acquired chain, shares of Blue Apron were already down 46% from its June IPO. But...Show More Summary

There's a new twist in the $5 billion bidding war for Amazon's new HQ

Amazon is denying reports that Boston is pulling ahead in the $5 billion bid for its Amazon's new headquarters. STOCK PRICE FOR AMZN Full price information We compared Whole Food prices today to what they were 2 years ago — and whatShow More Summary

Whole Foods foot traffic up after Amazon deal and price cuts, but will it last?

Experts wonder if the additional customers will become remain Whole Foods shoppers.        

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