Business Casual: Why Walmart is Winning With Food

On this episode of Business Casual, hosts Geoffrey Short and Daniel Litwin break down the latest news in B2B.

Leading this week is the news that Dean Foods has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, solidifying a trend that has seen milk alternatives rise in popularity in recent years.

Conversely, Walmart received a major boost through its food initiatives recently as evidenced by its recent earnings report. Short and Litwin dig into why.

Joining the show is Doug Ressler, Manager of Business Development at Yardi Systems. He explains why a certain type of apartment is becoming more popular and what it means for businesses around them.

For analysis on the latest headlines every week, tune into Business Casual right here every Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m. CST.

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