Hysteria: Great, Now Whole Foods Is Making You Broke And Fat

Hysteria: Great, Now Whole Foods Is Making You Broke And Fat

The New York Sun says that salad and prepared food bars (at Whole Foods, for example) are making you fat. Why? Supposedly, the containers they give you are huge and lead you to unwittingly buy “supersized” portions of food for lunch.

Lucerne Yogurt Fails To Escape The Clutches Of The Grocery Shrink Ray

Lucerne Yogurt Fails To Escape The Clutches Of The Grocery Shrink Ray

Nothing is safe from the Grocery Shrink Ray: not babies; not household brands backed by expensive ad campaigns; and apparently, not even discount private labels.

Would You Pay More To Eat Less?

Would You Pay More To Eat Less?

Calorie-conscious consumers may not realize that 100-calorie snack packs slim both your waist and your wallet.

As a business concept, the idea is simple. Take an existing product, portion smaller amounts of it into single-serving bags, and sell several of the bags for about the same or more as a regular-size package.

TGIFriday's Introduces Smaller Portions At A Discounted Price

TGIFriday's Introduces Smaller Portions At A Discounted Price

es, and desserts at a chain restaurant can top 2,000 calories apiece, I’m pleased that T.G.I. Friday’s is listening to their customers and recognizing that it can play a role in improving the public’s health,” said CSPI executive director Michael F. Jacobson. “Since Americans now get about one-third of their calories from restaurants, the increased availability of healthier, portion-controlled options is a real benefit to calorie-conscious diners.”