This sign in Whole Foods39 latest St Louis store leaves no doubt about what39s not in its meat offering

This sign in Whole Foods' latest St. Louis store leaves no doubt about what's not in its meat offering.

Hartman: Urban growth spurring food culture change

The growing popularity of urban metropolitan areas in the U.S. — a movement led largely by Millennials abandoning small towns and outlying areas in search of a more vibrant lifestyle — is triggering changes in food culture and deepening divisions between the expectations of shoppers in urban areas and those elsewhere, according to a new study by the Hartman Group.

Cities are growing faster than suburbs “for the first time in decades,” according to Hartman, which recently publish

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