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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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Meg Major

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Retailers, distributors, suppliers and service providers gathered for a robust networking and educational event to hear the latest insights pertaining to the grocery channel's fast-growing segment.

The fourth-generation grocer discusses how his company’s fun-and-family-first philosophy transcends to an exceptional experience for the 16-store retailer’s guests, the building blocks of a high-performance company culture and the high returns of treating people right.

Grocers best positioned to succeed have long prioritized the “employee experience,” not only to retain their workforce, but more importantly, their edge in the marketplace.

The retailer’s Texas tech hub, slated for completion in spring 2019, will serve as “a creative and collaborative workspace” for expanding its digital team.

The retailer's grocery offerings continue to improve alongside stellar omnichannel gains.

Retail execs discuss evolving strategies to elevate shopper experience, engagement and loyalty during a panel discussion at the recent GMA Executive Conference.

WGB editors dish on the latest trends that are heating up meat and seafood departments, some of the most powerful drivers of total store sales.

Starting and hourly wage increases, improved benefits, signing bonuses and stronger anti-discrimination language are among the highlights of the new labor pact.

Off to a strong start, the St. Louis-based regional retailer’s new app-based program offers 10 points for every dollar spent.

WGB’s August Endcap guest discusses how the association is redefining itself for a new era, the implications for retailers of more mindful consumers and what he deems to be the biggest misconception about the grocery business.

Retailer greases skids for free-from private label line growth with new logo and package design.

The retailer will begin testing its ‘grocery chauffeur’ service from one store in Chandler, Ariz.