Grocery Business

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6 Upshots of the Southeastern Restructuring

The Chapter 11 news isn’t all bad—for the retailer and competitors alike.


Prepping the Aisles for Modern Eaters and Entertainers

Eating- and living-well trends imply robust sales of kitchen tools, gadgets, serveware and more this year.

Fresh Food

It’s Prime Time for Premium Proteins

From grass-fed to organic, high-quality meats offer untapped opportunity for grocers as demand for fresh and better-for-you food swells.

Recent Stories

Recent Stories

The debt-laden chain seeks to close 94 stores in six states.

The hard discounter's campaign lampoons the industry it seeks to disrupt.

The retailers merged last July, making the combined business the largest Hispanic grocer in the U.S.

The Lempert Report: Many have reacted negatively to the new proposal.

In addition to offering a la carte soup in the kettle or hot bar, bundling shopper-favorite soup varieties into a complete meal package with an entrée, sides and dessert is a smart sales strategy.

The $43 million sale breaks up the chain, which was once the leader in Virginia Beach, and provides strength to existing competitors in a price-focused market.

The Lempert Report: The Prime credit card’s new 5% cash back feature on grocery purchases could be difficult for other retailers to match.

The expanded offering would bring delivery to 40% of U.S. households, challenging Amazon and Instacart.

Refrigerated food is the fastest-growing part of the store—and the area that presents the most challenges