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Small farmers say meal kits cut into their CSA businesses

by Sam Harnett Jan 18, 2018
Some small farms that participate in community-supported agriculture say that meal kit companies are cutting into their profits.
Paul Underhill is selling more to restaurants and grocery stores to compensate for lost revenue from CSA boxes.
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Ready to eat meals: perfect for a zombie apocalypse, hurricane... or just a busy workday?

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 13, 2017
Amazon’s next target — canned food, frozen dinners.
Marine Lance Corporal Pedro Rodriquez (L) from Methuen, Massachusetts and Lance Corporal Miguel Ochoa from Mountain View, California, of Task Force Tarawa, eat their meals, ready to eat during a maintenance stand down day April 10, 2003 near Kumayt, Iraq.
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Should Blue Apron have been more transparent with investors?

by David Brancaccio Aug 10, 2017
After its first earnings report, Blue Apron's stock price went down by 15 percent.
A view of a Blue Apron box.
Illustration by Scott Eisen/Getty Images

Why investors want companies like Blue Apron to go public

by Andy Uhler Jun 2, 2017
The meal-kit delivery company Blue Apron has filed to go public. Investors hoping to get a piece at the IPO or later will be buying into a company that’s got a young customer base and that’s growing fast. But it’s…

Grocery stores hungrily eye the $1.5 billion prepared-meal kits market

by Dan Gorenstein May 19, 2017
Prepared meal kits have grown into a huge market, now worth an estimated $1.5 billion. It’s been driven by startups, like Blue Apron, Purple Carrot, HelloFresh … the list goes on. But major supermarkets like Kroger and Publix are now…