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Dairy Manufacturers Inc. Issues Voluntary Recall of Baby Formula

RetailWire

In a significant move, Dairy Manufacturers Inc., a Texas-based company, has initiated a voluntary recall of several baby formula products after they were found to be noncompliant with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations. The recall encompasses all lot codes of three specific products: Crecelac Infant 0-12, Farmalac 0-12, and Farmalac 0-12 Low Lactose.

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Amazon Marketplace Fears

Practical eCommerce

Amazon's marketplace accounts for most of the revenue for thousands of merchants. Therein lies the fear. The post Amazon Marketplace Fears appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

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Fitness Equipment to Become $18.4 Billion Market

RetailWire

The global fitness equipment market is projected to reach $18.4 billion by 2033, growing at a CAGR of 3.02% from 2024 to 2033, according to Allied Market Research. Key drivers include the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in fitness devices and the rise of corporate wellness programs. IoT-enabled equipment captures workout metrics in real time, enhancing user engagement and offering personalized insights.

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Premium and Healthier Food Options Gain Traction

RetailWire

As consumers become more mindful of their spending, the global sales of cooking ingredients and meals saw a notable increase of 4.4% in 2023, driven by inflation and higher commodity prices, according to Euromonitor International. This trend underscores a shift in consumer behavior towards more economical choices while still showing a preference for premium, healthier, and environmentally sustainable options.

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Optimizing Frontend Delivery in Composable Commerce: The Buy vs Build Decision

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Walmart Ends Partnership with Capitol One

RetailWire

Walmart has officially ended its consumer credit card agreement with Capital One, marking a significant shift in the retail giant's financial partnerships. This decision follows a series of disputes over customer service issues that culminated in a legal battle and a federal judge's ruling.

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Walmart Ends Partnership With Capital One

RetailWire

Walmart has officially ended its consumer credit card agreement with Capital One, marking a significant shift in the retail giant's financial partnerships. This decision follows a series of disputes over customer service issues that culminated in a legal battle and a federal judge's ruling.