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The magic number is 54.5: That’s the target the government and automakers have agreed upon for the average fuel economy of new cars and light trucks by 2025.
While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s proposed deeming regulations on cigars, pipe tobacco, e-cigarettes and hookah tobacco that were released in August have garnered most of the industry’s attention, there are other important issues and actions that the FDA is working on that may affect tobacco retailers in the future.
Who benefits the most from anti-vaping legislation?
Why 2015 might be the year of the smokeless pouch.
Will focus on developing better-for-you snacking options
Companies expect to complete merger following successful outcome of March 10 meeting
What's the real reason millennial consumers don't drink soda?
The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, is chasing the protein lover with a return to the original enhanced beverage: milk.
Sports-drink sales in convenience stores turned around in 2014. But the traditional sports-drink category has a fight ahead of it as other beverages seek to grab a piece of the post workout, rehydration pie.
Convenience store chain announces its biggest remodeling initiative ever

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