Pamela and Greg ponder the 9% of Americans who don't celebrate Thanksgiving, and the 32% planning to get takeout or dine at a restaurant.
Apples need some aggressive promotions this season, and Pamela's got beef with yet another retailer ranking.
Retailers are going hard on Thanksgiving promos, but there's a few getting the "turkey" award for no fresh produce.
Greg calls in from Tucson from the Southwest International Produce Expo, formerly the Fresh Produce Association of the America's annual convention.
Pamela and Greg call in from the International Fresh Produce Association's Global Produce & Floral Show, recapping key moments from Day 1's education sessions.
The big show - the Global Produce & Floral Show - is coming up next week. What kinds of innovations do you expect to see?
Pamela and Greg discuss why private label groceries are so popular. Is it only inflation, or is there more to the story?
Pamela and Greg discuss why Target is joining Walmart in shuttering high-crime stores, and where USA Today got it right -- and wrong -- in its recent 10Best grocers list.
Get Pamela's on-the-ground coverage from SEPC's Southern Innovation in Charlotte, and Greg has just returned from a few days at the IFPA Washington Conference, where the farm bill and produce prescriptions were hot topics.
The damage estimates from Hurricane Hilary are in, and California fruit was hit harder than originally thought. and the Kroger/Albertsons deal appears to be moving forward with a plan from C&S Wholesale Grocers to divest hundreds of stores.