Southeastern Grocers to File Bankruptcy, Closing Nearly 100 Stores

Several Georgia Winn-Dixie stores will be closing soon. Owned by Southeastern Grocers, the company revealed bankruptcy plans yesterday. Hopeful to reduce debt, 94 Winn-Dixie...

Peru becomes a new international market for Georgia

Gov. Nathan Deal presented 40 Georgia businesses with GLOBE Awards

Georgia grower named to USDA Egg Board

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced last week the appointment of 11 members and 10 alternates to serve on the American Egg Board....

It’s Flood Safety Preparedness Week!

Flood Safety Preparedness Week in Georgia is March 11‐16, and Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens wants to remind Georgians that a flood insurance policy can...

Georgia Dept. of Ag trying to broker trade deal with Ireland

Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black met with the Republic of Ireland Minster for Agriculture Michael Creed to discuss the potential of an exchange program between Georgia and Ireland regulatory officials.

2 Georgians named to USDA National Pork Producers Delegate Body

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue recently announced the appointment of 157 producers and 6 importers to the 2018 National Pork Producers Delegate Body.

$1.8 Million in Refund Checks Headed to Consumers Impacted by Skin Care Product Trial

The Federal Trade Commission is mailing 79,771 refund checks totaling over $1.8 million to consumers who signed up for “risk-free” trial offers for skin care products, but were enrolled in negative option programs with recurring monthly charges.

Ag Commissioner Issues Warning About Kerosene Sold in Georgia

A warning from the Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture.

Dell to Pay $7M to Resolve Gender, Race Discrimination Claims

Dell Technologies will provide make-whole relief for the affected workers, totaling $7 million in lost wages, interest, and benefits, as well as assuring that all employees are afforded equal employment opportunities.

US Employers Had Record Number of Apprentices Last Year

The U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration recently announced a record-high number of more than 250,000 new apprentices