Kroger introduced a line of nine Eat Well Be Well products that have no sugar or sugar alcohol in select stores nationwide. The line includes cereal, oatmeal and snacks and are designed for diabetics.
Wawa will launch the Wawa Check Card later this month, a debit card offered by Debitman Card Inc. that can also be used at Wal-Mart, Sam's Club and CVS.
Harley-Davidson and ConAgra Foods have partnered to sell beef jerky. The new line of snacks will be on shelves in January and will be available in three flavors.
Food companies including General Mills and Quaker Oats import oats from Canada and Europe for the majority of their foods, a trend farmers and grain processors hope will change with the new farm bill.
India's secretary general is encouraging Tesco to open a wholesale business in India so the company can be prepared when the country opens its borders to U.K. retailers.
Meijer added a third dietician to its staff, who will expand the retailer's in-store Healthy Living nutrition outreach program in Illinois and Indiana.