Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods, announced one year ago this week, has created ripple effects from the pockets of grocery shoppers to the profits of Wall Street investors.
Feeding the world while dealing with the complexities of global trade has never been so difficult. And no industry has a bigger stake in succeeding abroad than the U.S. food sector. Matt Murray, deputy editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal, sat down with Juan R. Luciano, chairman, president[…]Read More »
Americans rely on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to ensure that food labels contain updated nutritional information to help them make more informed food choices that lead to better health for themselves and their families. I’ve made nutrition one of my top priorities, and ensuring that consumers have accurate[…]Read More »