MarketWatch - September 22, 2017

Here's a look at the markets for Friday, September 22, 2017....

The Nikkei fell 51 points today in Tokyo.
On Wall Street, the Dow dropped 53 points Thursday.
The Nasdaq lost 33.

It's still more than a month away but Americans are planning to spend big for Halloween.  A new survey by the National Retail Federation estimates people will splurge on costumes, candy and pumpkins, reaching a record of $9.1 billion.  That's up 8.3 percent from last years all time high.

Whole Foods announces a new tuna alternative for sushi lovers.  
The company will reportedly be the first to offer the plant based tuna.  The vegan option is made from tomatoes and umami rich ingredients to replicate the texture.  They will start selling it at select stores in new york and l.A. beginning on November 1st.  

And forget organic and wholesome - the original Trix cereal is back with artifical colors after customers cried 'silly rabbit!'
The company replaced red 40 and yellow 6 with radishes and tumeric.  Customers said the colors were depressing and the taste wasn't up to snuff.  After declining sales, the original bright colored cereal made a comeback.


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