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I’m a Founding Investor in Blue Apron, and Let Me Tell You: Trump’s ‘Harvest Box’ Is No Blue Apron
The phrase that has dominated the headlines, however, came from Trump budget director Mick Mulvaney, who memorably described it as “a Blue Apron–type program where you actually receive the food instead of receive the cash.” It sounds like a cruel and ...

Blue Apron shares spike on earnings beat, improvements at New Jersey facility
Blue Apron posts a better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings report, helped by operational improvements at its fulfillment center in New Jersey. Revenue fell 13 percent in the quarter to $187.7 million, due to a decrease in customers and orders as Blue ...

Eat out, raise money: Wednesday is the sixth annual Dine-Around for Apron Inc.
Butchertown Pizza Hall is participating in Wednesday’s Dine-Around. So go on and enjoy pizza guilt-free. | Photo by Sara Havens Although the premise of Apron Inc’s Dine-Around event is quite simple — eat out at one of the participating restaurants ...

Blue Apron: No Closer To Recovery Than Before
Blue Apron soared after its Q4 earnings showed a thinner loss than expected, with adjusted EBITDA of -$19.7 million slightly better than consensus of -$25.8 million. Pro forma EPS of -$0.20 was also better than expectations calling for -$0.27. The majority ...

Trump's budget director called the new food stamp grocery delivery service a 'Blue Apron-type program' — but there are some massive differences
The Trump administration and the US Department of Agriculture proposed a grocery delivery program called the Harvest Box as part of the fiscal year 2019 budget. The program would replace part of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also ...

Wednesday Wake-Up Call: Blue Apron Gets an Odd Endorsement. And Netflix Snags a Hit-Maker
Search for "Ad Age" under "Skills" in the Alexa app. What people are talking about today The Blue Apron brand is all over the news after getting roped into a White House discussion about food aid for low-income families. A Trump administration official ...

Blue Apron Lost at Least 250,000 Customers Last Year
Once Blue Apron’s stock started trading last summer for less money than one of its meal kits, it was clear that the company had problems. To keep in Wall Street’s good graces after its IPO, the start-up cut costs, announced a new East Coast ...

Blue Apron Thinks It Could Break Even by the End of the Year
Brad Dickerson started off his first earnings call as Blue Apron's (NYSE:APRN) CEO with a bang. He said the company's goal is to reach breakeven EBITDA in 2018, supported by double-digit revenue growth. He later said breakeven EBITDA could show up as soon ...

It's Not Blue Apron: Trump's Insidious Plan To Decide What SNAP Recipients Eat Is Just To Shame Poor People
This week, we learned of the Trump administration plan to put forward a controversial proposal that would disenfranchise Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients further by taking away their right to choose their own food and instead ...

Food stamps may become like Blue Apron; in the Great Depression, they started with blue coupons
On a spring morning nearly 80 years ago, Ralston Thayer, an unemployed machinist, queued up inside the old post office building in Rochester, New York, for the nation's inaugural batch of food stamps. The World War I veteran was first in line on May 16 ...