Stephanie Strom

New York Times

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Business correspondent for the New York Times

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Whole Foods is practically synonymous with “organic.” But now the grocery chain is on the outs with organic farmers.

Whole Foods vs. Organic Farmers

Whole Foods is practically synonymous with “organic.” But now the grocery chain is on the outs with organic farmers.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

If you’ve ever wondered how many calories are in that tub of buttered popcorn at the movies, it looks like you’re about to find out -- whether you want to or not.

New Menu Item: Calorie Counts

If you’ve ever wondered how many calories are in that tub of buttered popcorn at the movies, it looks like you’re about to find out -- whether you want to or not.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

How much do you like Cheerios? Enough to give them a thumbs-up on Facebook?

If You Like Us, You Can't Sue Us

How much do you like Cheerios? Enough to give them a thumbs-up on Facebook?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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