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Big Food Swallows the Meal-Kit Hype

The food-in-a-box space is overcrowded and barely profitable, but there’s a reason industry giants still want a piece of it.
Blue Apron, king of meal-kit companies, faltered after its IPO this summer.

BLUE APRON’S June IPO was so dismal, it has cast a pall over

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