There could be some changes coming down grocery aisles near you in coming months affecting some of your favorite brands.
The changes start at food giant General Mills
But I have to question raising prices when "high levels of price promotion" hurt sales. If competition is going up, how can you raise prices? Maybe food producers are going to start playing nice to improve margins for everyone.
Buyer in aisle four
Another more subtle change for consumers may be in store for Sara Lee
This company isn't chicken
As General Mills and Kellogg fight over our cereal aisle domestically, Yuhe International
Prices may be going up in China, but I'm a little more skeptical that our American food giants can command price increases with U.S. growth at still-anemic levels.
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