Albertsons’ $4 Billion Dividend Payout Remains Blocked

Kroger is the top U.S. supermarket operator by sales. Photo: elijah nouvelage/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Updated Dec. 10, 2022 3:16 pm ET A Washington state judge on Friday extended a temporary restraining order blocking a $4 billion dividend that Albertsons ACI -0.88% Cos. planned to pay its shareholders amid its plans to be bought by Kroger … Read more

Sweet Potatoes Deserve So Much More Than Thanksgiving

Since the start of 2022, I’ve consumed more than my body weight in sweet potatoes. The average American eats closer to the equivalent of one (1) fry a day, but for the past decade, I’ve had at least half a pound of the roots at almost every dinner. I travel with sweet potatoes more reliably … Read more

Expiration Dates Are Meaningless – The Atlantic

For refrigerators across America, the passing of Thanksgiving promises a major purge. The good stuff is the first to go: the mashed potatoes, the buttery remains of stuffing, breakfast-worthy cold pie. But what’s that in the distance, huddled gloomily behind the leftovers? There lie the marginalized relics of pre-Thanksgiving grocery runs. Heavy cream, a few … Read more