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Meg Major

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Meg Major is responsible for driving and evolving the overall content strategy and operations for Winsight Grocery Business. Major has more than 25 years of experience covering the U.S. retail grocery industry, including 18 years at Progressive Grocer, where she held numerous positions of increasing responsibility, including fresh food editor, executive editor, editor-in-chief, editorial director and content chief. In addition to her content leadership duties at PG, Major spearheaded Top Women in Grocery since its inception in 2007. She began her career at the Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association (PFMA), followed next as editor-in-chief of Philadelphia-based Food Trade News. She holds a B.A. in journalism from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and was a finalist in the 59th Annual Jesse H. Neal Awards for Best Commentary.

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Store-within-a-store home improvement departments will be rolled out in some suburban Pittsburgh locations.

The Boulder, Colo.-based natural foods retailer is poised to expand from Montana to Florida.

Guided by a belief that healthy food should be available to everyone, WGB has proudly awarded the fast-growing Phoenix-based retailer with its annual highest honor.

The influential female leaders will join FMI CEO Leslie Sarasin to share perspectives at Future Leaders eXperience.

WGB explores the top ways grocers can survive amid a rapidly changing and increasingly cutthroat landscape.

WGB's Endcap interview explores the retail executive's views on the importance of "raising her hand," the essential keys to running "really good stores," and how her past experiences have influenced her leadership style.

NGA's letter to Capitol Hill decries the SNAP proposal as a "major step backward," while IGA President and CEO John Ross blasts it as "ridiculous."

Shortly before assuming his latest role at Albertsons Cos., the seasoned industry exec—who’s earned a reputation as the “Turnaround King”—shared his philosophies with WGB about life, the importance of associate empowerment and the best advice he’s ever been given.

The move is in tandem with the department store retailer's plan to make its stores more productive and efficient.

Lowe’s “What’s For Dinner” campaign took the Outstanding Marketer nod, and Quincy County Market's giant American cupcake flag won the Outstanding Merchandiser prize.

The joint venture aims to greatly expand offerings and experiences for attendees.

CART’s Sterling Hawkins breaks down what retailers need to know about the power shift in play in the grocery supply chain.