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Oregon officials struggle to ID which pot sites are legal
Oregon Liquor Control Commission has only 23 inspectors for more than 1,200 marijuana grows and retail outlets.

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Grocer Albertsons eyes Rite Aid deal in health care push
Grocer starts to strengthen same-day deliveries, a meal-kit business and other products that cater to customers who want fast service.
Report: California pot growers lagging in getting licenses
A University of California study estimated the newly created state market for recreational marijuana should produce $5 billion in taxable revenue this year.
Restaurants, groceries try harder to identify food sources
The move towards more transparency comes after decades of criticism of other consumer industries.
Trump budget would make crop insurance unaffordable for many, ag industry says
Trump budget would make crop insurance unaffordable for many, ag industry says
President Donald Trump’s proposed budget reduces crop insurance subsidies to the point where it would be unaffordable for “many, if not most” wheat farmers, says Chandler Goule, CEO of the National Association of Wheat Growers.
Critics blast EPA for lowering Syngenta pesticide fine
Under the Obama administration, the EPA initially proposed a fine nearly nine times larger — or $4.9 million — for just one incident.
Coca-Cola sales plunge as drink maker sheds bottling biz
The Atlanta company reported a loss of $2.75 billion, or 65 cents per share.
Deere hit by tax changes, but tops expectations all around
Earnings, adjusted for charges and other items, were $1.31 per share, much better than the $1.16 analysts were looking for.
Kraft Heinz 4th-quarter results miss Wall Street’s view
Earnings came to 90 cents per share. That’s below the 96 cents per share analysts expected.
Campbell beats Street 2Q forecasts but soup sales decline
The soup, snack and juice maker reported fiscal second-quarter earnings more than doubled to $285 million from $101 million in the same quarter a year earlier.
Nestle sales disappoint, doesn’t plan L’Oreal stake increase
Nestle said it remains fully committed to retain and develop the Gerber baby food business.

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