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Campbell Soup hurt by high carrot costs, falling soup sales
The Camden, New Jersey-based company said weather issues in California affected the carrot crop and caused costs to rise.

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Monsanto beats 4Q profit forecasts
Monsanto posts 4Q profit of $20 million, result tops expectations
In push to get healthy, Pepsi may have pushed too hard in 3Q
PepsiCo plans to return more of its focus to the brands that drive sales.
Kellogg chooses vitamin executive as next CEO
Chief Executive John Bryant will be replaced by Steven Cahillane, an executive from The Nature’s Bounty Co.
Post Holdings buying Bob Evans Farms in $1.53B deal
Post Holdings is buying Bob Evans Farms in a transaction valued at $1.53 billion that will give access to the company's refrigerated sides business
US producer prices rose in August as energy costs shot up
Much of the increase came from a 3.3 percent surge in energy costs.
An odd trend in wheat country: not much wheat
In vast stretches of the Plains and Northwest known for wheat production, fewer farmers are growing wheat
Wheat virus causes Kansas farmers to lose $76.8M
The Kansas wheat industry is estimating the wheat streak mosaic virus caused a conservative nearly $77 million in direct losses to wheat farmers this year
Regulators, Whole Foods shareholders approve Amazon deal
Whole Foods shareholders gave their blessing to a union that its CEO had called “love at first sight.”
2nd former Chobani employee sues accusing age discrimination
A second former employee of Chobani has accused the yogurt company of age discrimination
Judge blocks law meant to protect farm equipment dealers
A federal judge has blocked a new North Dakota law meant to protect farm equipment dealers