Consumers have been filing multi-million dollar class action suits for the slack fill that makes candy and chip packaging misleading.
Concerned that inflation might reduce sales, the remedy is shrinkflation through which food makers reduce package size.
While the conventional wisdom says that eating local will reduce your carbon footprint, but not necessarily.
When we look closely at the $1.2 trillion infrastructure spending bill, its complexity becomes increasingly evident.
Ranging from Amtrak train schedules to our health, changing to Standard Time and then back to Daylight Saving create a slew of consequences.
Connecting economics, current events, and history, this week’s economic news roundup ranges from where working women live to lobster fishing.
In Europe and the U.S., pandemic labor shortages have nudged vineyards towards grape picking robots and pruners.