Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Whole Foods fined for out dated items, BJ's Gaining Ground, Tuesday news...

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Whole Foods in White Plains, was fined $12,250 for 156 outdated items.

Jim Donald, the former chief executive officer of Starbucks and a veteran executive of supermarket companies Safeway and Pathmark, has joined the faculty at University of Washington-Bothell here as an executive-in-residence, the university said.
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Rachel Ray is releasing a Supermarket Guide.

A new report announced low income shoppers will generate highest retail food sales.

Wal-Mart continues to survive the recession.

Wal-Mart plans to double grocery in Massachusetts and stress more grocery.

BJ's gaining ground on Costco and Wal-Mart.

Wine Merchants in Brooklyn worried over supermarkets selling wine.

Brian Foley plans hearing on states foreclosure notice law.

Plans to raise taxes on rich gains momentum. [NYT]

Peter King, making a push for the newly appointed Senate seat, blasts Kristin Gilibrand.
Mark Green announced he's running for Public Advocate.
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