- Bloomberg News interview with Whole Foods CEO Walter Robb.
- Supermarket News on Asian supermarkets reach for 2nd and 3rd generation young shoppers. “With no single ethnic food retailer dominating the U.S., the race is on to capture new markets where second- and third-generation shoppers are more likely to patronize chains like Whole Foods Market or Trader Joe’s.”
- DW reports a story on the German agriculture and its inability to keep up with demand for organic foods
- New York Times story on “farm equipment that runs on oats,” or said another way, the growing use of horses in organic agriculture.
- Santa Rosa Press Democrat details local company Amy’s Kitchen plans for a huge expansion and how big businesses seek (some might say exploit) government agencies to reap financial incentives to stay local.
- New York Daily News on the growth of high-end butchers in the city.
By Matt Levine on May 22, 2013
Posted in Media Watch, News | Tagged Amy's Kitchen, Asian supermarkets, Bloomberg News, business expansion, demand, DW, farm equipment, German agriculture, horses, New York Daily News, New York Times, organic food, Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Supermarket News, Trader Joe's, Walter Robb, Whole Foods, young shoppers