Retail News: Top Stories
May 27, 2020

Top stories in retail news and the business headlines that interest us today.

FDA Temporarily Allows Ingredient Changes

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“Food manufacturers can now make minor ingredient substitutions without disclosing the changes on their packaging’s ingredient lists, thanks to the Food and Drug Administration’s recent loosening of food labeling and information requirements.”

Americans Spending Stimulus Checks On Bills

Americans Spending Stimulus Checks On Bills

“Those bills — including for cellphones, utilities, cable TV and rent — are the No. 1 priority, even more than purchasing essentials and “relief spending” on apparel, televisions, video games, sporting goods and toys at Walmart, Costco and Target.”

Restaurant Red Flags

Restaurant Red Flags

“Experts and industry groups have created guidelines to keep restaurants as safe as possible as they reopen dining rooms. Restaurants that are following this guidance will be far safer to visit than those that have not made any adjustments to protect customers and workers against the coronavirus.

Here are some red flags to look out for when determining if it is safe to dine out at your favorite restaurant once again.”


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