Nutrition Facts Label Revamp Comes When Consumers Seldom Consult Such Labels

The FDA has announced changes that will soon be made to the Nutrition Facts Label, but data from The NPD Group suggests that the new label may not have much influence on consumers.  The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced plans to overhaul the Nutrition Facts label on packaged foods, and First Lady

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Ecolab Supports the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation

Ecolab is helping to provide students with the opportunity to develop valuable industry skills by raising money for the NRAEF. During the 14th Annual Ecolab Chairman’s Reception in May 22, which was held in conjunction with the National Restaurant Association (NRA) Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago, Ecolab Inc. helped to raise more than $187,000 for

New Ethical Labels Database

The rise in demand for vegan, kosher and other ethnically and religiously diverse food categories has led to the need for ethical food labeling. In response to the growing movement sustainability, social responsibility and transparency on labels, Euromonitor International, a global market research company, has launched the new Ethical Labels database. According to the new

Natural and Organic Food Trends

As consumer demand for natural and organic food options, a number of different trends are rising to help make organic and natural foods a part of daily life. A rise in the health conscious consumer has led to a rise in the incorporation of natural and organic food options in daily life. In response to

Nutrition Facts Panel Overhaul Breakdown

The Nutrition Facts Panel will encounter a number of valuable changes in the coming years, and it is crucial for consumers to have a better understanding of the information that the Panel provides. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has officially announced the changes that will be made to the Nutrition Facts Panel in the

TravelCenters Announces Results of Annual Shareholders Meeting

TravelCenters’ shareholders recently met to discuss and vote on current company issues, and the company has revealed the results of this meeting. TravelCenters of America LLC held its 2016 Annual Meeting of Shareholders on May 19, 2016. The results of this meeting have been released, and are as follows: Lisa Harris Jones was re-elected as

Tomlinson Encourages Employees to Stay Active

Tomlinson recently challenged its employees to step up their game with a company-wide step competition. Tomlinson Industries recently held a competition between its employees to help team members to remember to stay active during their busy lives. From Monday, April 4 through Sunday, May 15, 52 Tomlinson employees took part in a six-week Step to

Parker’s President and CEO Recognized by Grand Lodge Order of Elks

Greg Parker is being recognized for the many charitable services he provides to his community. On May 7, 2016, Parker’s president and CEO, Greg Parker, was awarded the 2015-2016 Distinguished Citizenship Award by the Grand Lodge Order of Elks at a special Elks banquet. The banquet was hosted by Savannah Lodge No. 183 in Savannah,

Two C-Stores with Fuel in Arizona Available for Sale

Two attractive convenience stores and their properties are being offered for sealed bid sale through NRC. One lender has retained NRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC to arrange the sale of two convenience stores with fuel in Mesa, Ariz. The properties are located on Broadway, a heavily trafficked arterial street in Mesa, Ariz. and are

Technavio Reveals Organic Packaged Food Market Top Vendors

Increased consumer health consciousness, among other variables, is driving competition in the organic foods market. A recent report from Technavio has revealed the top vendors in the organic packaged food market. The report, Organic Packaged Food Market in the U.S., lists the six leading vendors in the market, as well as 12 vendors that are

EY Announces Southwest Entrepreneur Of The Year Finalists

Ernst & Young has chosen 50 finalists for the 2016 Entrepreneur Of The Year Southwest program. The finalists for the Ernst & Young (EY) Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 in the Southwest program have officially been named by EY. The winners of the award are chosen based on their demonstration of excellence and success in

U.S. Department of Labor Reveals Revised Overtime Regulations

Final regulations will extend overtime pay to millions of workers who were previously ineligible. On Wednesday, the Department of Labor released the final overtime pay regulations, set to go into effect at the end of this year. John Thompson, an attorney with Fisher & Phillips, a national labor and employment law firm that represents employers,

SUA Applauds USDA’s Move to Increase Raw Sugar Supply

The SUA has raised concern about the state of America’s sugar policy. Recent action taken by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to increase raw sugar supplies to meet market demand has been met with approval from the Sweetener Users Association (SUA). The SUA released the following statement in regards to the recent action: “We

Giant Eagle President to Retire

John Lucot, who has served a variety of roles for Giant Eagle over the past four decades, has announced his retirement. After a 42 year career of leadership within the company, John Lucot, Giant Eagle’s president and chief operating officer has decided to retire. Lucot began his career as a Giant Eagle supermarket clerk in

The Ladder To Success Is…

a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step ~ Laozi By Bill Scott, President, StoreReport LLC When Wilbur and Orville Wright set out to build their flying machine, I doubt seriously they were thinking about walking on the moon. They merely wanted to get a new prospective on their environment. It might

Fix the Problem, Not the Blame

By Mel Kleiman, President, Humetrics Dissatisfaction with bosses or coworkers is one of the most common reasons people leave their jobs. So, at some point in time, you are more than likely to find yourself saddled with a rude or inconsiderate boss, or a lazy co-worker, who isn’t pulling their fair share or who indulges

NYACS President Inducted into N.Y. C-Store Hall of Fame

New members were inducted into the New York Convenience Store Hall of Fame during the recent Chairman’s Banquet. The New York Association of Convenience Stores recently announced, at the company’s 30th anniversary Trade Show and Convention, that retiring NYACS vice president, Amy Baldovin, has been inducted into the New York Convenience Store Hall of Fame.

Core-Mark Releases First Quarter 2016 Financial Results

Core-Mark has recorded record first quarter sales on $3 billion for 2016. Core-Mark Holding Co. Inc. has announced financial results for the first quarter ending March 31, 2016. The company has experienced substantial growth in the recent quarter, and is expected to encounter year-long growth. “I am very pleased with our organization’s ability to roll

Community Involvement: Blog Postings

By Ed Collupy, executive consultant, W. Capra Consulting Group We’re all part of many different communities – where we live, who we socialize with, membership in professional organizations, groups we learn from and our workplace. In each community you have the opportunity to listen, become an active participant in discussions, be challenged by many points

Active Shooter Prep Offered by Foodservice Training Portal

A new program from Foodservice Training Portal will help prepare businesses and their employees for possible life-threatening situations. Foodservice Training Portal has officially released its newest course, Active Shooter Prep. This course provides an interactive and comprehensive online tool to employees, which will educate them in the latest active shooter procedures and protocols. The training

New Travel Plazas to Open Along the Indiana Toll Road

New technology and food options will soon be available to travelers along the Indiana Toll Road. Eight travel plaza locations will soon be built along the Indiana Toll road. The new travel plazas will be built and managed by ITR Concession Co. (ITRCC) LLC, the operator of the Indiana Toll Road, as a part of

Seattle Minimum Wage Laws Upheld in Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has refused to hear any appeal from those challenging the Seattle minimum wage increase ordinance. Business groups recently attempted to challenge a Seattle law which raises the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour, but the U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the challenge. Therefore, the previous decision made by a

7-Eleven Cookie Recall

A number of 7-Eleven’s cookies may contain undeclared peanut, and customers are encouraged to discard these cookies. 7-Eleven’s fully baked chocolate chunk, sugar and oatmeal raisin cookies, produced by CSM Bakery Solutions cookie pucks, are being recalled because they may contain undeclared peanut. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts run the

Global Partners Retains NRC for Sale of C-Stores

NRC is coordinating the previously announced sale of multiple convenience stores by Global Partners. Global Partners LP has announced that it has retained NRC Realty & Capital Advisors LLC to coordinate the sale of 86 convenience stores with gasoline in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Of the 86 sites, 28 are located in Connecticut, 22 in

Many Companies Lack Insurance Protection for Cyber Security

Despite the potential devastating cost a company may encounter as a result of a data breach, a great deal of U.S. companies do not have insurance coverage for security and data breaches. According to the 2016 Risk:Value report from NTT Com Security, the majority of global organizations agree that it is crucial for their organization

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