The expanding peanut butter recall now affects products sold at Target, Whole Foods and Safeway.
The grocery retailer is expected to show growth of 19.5%.
Hain and Whole Foods appear unfazed by research that suggests organically grown food may not be any healthier.
Dahlman Rose downgrades steel companies, and Whole Foods is initiated with an 'outperform.'
The organic grocer is fundamentally strong and the stock is technically poised for an upside move.
Hedge fund manager Jim Chanos reveals some of his holdings in a regulatory filing.
The co-CEO of Whole Foods estimates price increases of 2% this year and as much as 4% next year. He still calls the situation 'manageable.'
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