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Restaurants, groceries try harder to identify food sources
The move towards more transparency comes after decades of criticism of other consumer industries.

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Deere hit by tax changes, but tops expectations all around
Earnings, adjusted for charges and other items, were $1.31 per share, much better than the $1.16 analysts were looking for.
Kraft Heinz 4th-quarter results miss Wall Street’s view
Earnings came to 90 cents per share. That’s below the 96 cents per share analysts expected.
Campbell beats Street 2Q forecasts but soup sales decline
The soup, snack and juice maker reported fiscal second-quarter earnings more than doubled to $285 million from $101 million in the same quarter a year earlier.
Nestle sales disappoint, doesn’t plan L’Oreal stake increase
Nestle said it remains fully committed to retain and develop the Gerber baby food business.
McDonald’s slims down Happy Meal by banishing cheeseburgers
McDonald's is banishing cheeseburgers and chocolate milk from its Happy Meal menu
Rise in core consumer prices stokes inflation fears
Analysts are hyper-focused on whether faster price increases may cause the Federal Reserve to raise short-term interest rates faster than expected.
Soil-health pioneer shares five basic tenets of healthy soil
Soil-health pioneer shares five basic tenets of healthy soil
Any farmers can regenerate the soil if they adhere to five basic principles, which include leaving the ground undisturbed and planting cover crops.
Northwest farmers doing OK despite low crop prices
Northwest farmers doing OK despite low crop prices
Farmers in the Northwest have done OK during this period of overall low crop prices due, in part, to the wide range of crops produced in the region, bankers and economists say.
Kerry pushes climate bills in Washington legislature
Kerry pushes climate bills in Washington legislature
Washington Farm Bureau on twin carbon bills: Staring down a double-barrelled shotgun
New Spokane Ag Expo director looks to continue show’s success
New Spokane Ag Expo director looks to continue show’s success
Heather Hamlin will take over the Spokane Ag Expo and agribusiness at Greater Spokane Inc.

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