– The Harvard Business Review
The Harvard Business Review examines the paradigm shift in the way people are shopping and what it means for companies of all industries trying to secure a purchase from a consumer.
End the Opportunity Monopoly
– The Atlantic
The Atlantic lays out a new theory for the rise of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, that they have tapped into a vein of “anti-bigness:” the sense among tens of millions of citizens that they’re too small to matter.
Meet the Man Who Persuaded Whole Foods to Start Selling Uglier Fruits and Vegetables
Vox looks at a trend among grocery stores and restaurants that have made a commitment to sell “ugly food” (fruits and vegetables deemed too aesthetically unappealing to grace shelves or dinner plates but are otherwise just as tasty as their prettier counterparts) rather than throw those items away.
Federal GMO Labeling Bill Would Trump State Laws
Governing Magazine weighs the chances (and remaining obstacles) for the passage of a national GMO labeling law.