In this week’s Checkout, e-commerce fulfillment company ShipBob receives $68 million investment, Amazon announces Prime Day and small brand promotions, and McCormick and Conagra report quarterly earnings.
In this week’s Checkout, cultured meat startup Mosa Meat raises $55 million, Social Nature studies shoppers’ health and wellness priorities and General Mills reports its first quarter earnings.
In this week’s Checkout, GFI studies plant-based retail trends, Kraft Heinz sells its natural cheese business and aims to focus its portfolio, and Beyond Meat rolls out meatballs while Impossible Foods grows further into retail.
In this week’s Checkout, Kroger reports Q2 results, OSHA fines Smithfield for COVID-19-related issues and hemp advocacy and natural product associations support new CBD supplement bill.
In this week’s Checkout, Climax Foods raises a $7.5 million seed round to study plant-based alternatives, Giant Eagle debuts cashierless tech and Target adds 600 ‘premium’ products to Good and Gather.
In this week’s Checkout, Walmart and Target report Q2 earnings and plans to enhance delivery options, while DoorDash adds grocery stores to its platform. Also, Propeller Industries gains investment from Newlight Partners.
In this week’s Checkout, Impossible Foods raises $200 million, Once Upon a Farm launches a shoe collaboration with Tom’s, and Kroger will add a third-party marketplace to its e-commerce site this fall.
In this week’s Checkout, Indigo Agriculture raises $360 million to fuel its sustainability platforms, GoMacro powers its community with renewable energy and the Food Supply Protection Act is reintroduced.
In this week’s Checkout, New Age Meats raises $2 million to develop cell-based meat, biotech company Geltor raises $91.3 million for alternative protein ingredients, and the Hartman Group studies how consumer values are evolving.
In this week’s Checkout, retailers, including grocery chains Kroger and Publix, mandate masks for customers, technology platform Crisp raises $12 million in Series A funding and EWG studies glyphosate levels in chickpea products.