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>>Walmart: Food Prices To Go Down After High Inflation (Little Rock, AR) - Consumers could see prices go down at the grocery store. After three years of heavy inflation, Walmart's CEO said the US food industry could be heading into a period of deflation. Food prices have reportedly gone up 25 percent since the pandemic began.

 

>>Toyota Camry Goes Hybrid Only

(Detroit, MI) - The Toyota Camry is going hybrid-only. The redesigned version of the best-selling car in America is currently available both ways, but the 2025 version will only be sold as a hybrid. It'll join other Toyotas currently sold as hybrid only, including the Sienna minivan and Sequoia SUV.

 

>>Mars Acquires Hotel Chocolat In $661 Million Deal

(McLean, VA) -- U.S. candy giant Mars is buying British luxury chocolate maker Hotel Chocolat. The deal is worth 662-million dollars and sent stocks in Hotel Chocolat soaring after it was announced Thursday. Hotel Chocolat was founded thirty years ago and opened its first store almost 20 years ago. The brand has grown to have over 100 stores in the U.K. along with cafes, restaurants and a luxury hotel with a working cocoa farm in the Caribbean. The company said the deal with Mars will allow it to grow its international market much more quickly.

 

>>Holiday Window Displays Can Now Be Seen In New York City

(New York, NY) -- A true sign of the holiday season can now be seen in New York City. Holiday window displays have been unveiled at Bloomingdale's, Macy's, and also Bergdorf Goodman. Over the next few weeks, millions of people will be coming to the Big Apple to shop and check out attractions like the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. The NYPD is going to have additional officers on duty to help keep everyone safe.

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