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Natalie Taylor

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Natalie Taylor is senior editor of Winsight Grocery Business, responsible for reporting on the fresh category and West Coast retailer news. After four years in finance and educational publishing, Natalie’s passion for the latest culinary trends led her to the food industry, where she reported as a restaurant secret shopper and ultimately landed in the grocery world. A graduate from Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, Natalie has written for magazines, local newspapers and digital platforms. She loves soup dumplings and long walks down the produce aisle.

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The foodie-focused concept store will be branded under the Albertsons banner in homage to the retailer’s deep community roots.

After a yearlong delay, the debut of its Market 5-ONE-5 concept store in Sacramento, Calif., is approaching.

Nine of the top 10 chains don’t publicly report their total food waste, according to a recent report.

Designed to reflect the community’s desire for an upscale natural market, the Signal Hill location will serve as the anchor for the developing Heritage Square Retail Center.

The subscription-free kits are made from fresh, organic and non-GMO ingredients.

Indoor/outdoor components and a social shopping experience are just a few intriguing elements of the organic grocer’s new location.

The retailers are offering same-day delivery in new cities with plans to continue expansion this year.

The organic grocer offers local products and a tailored shopping experience.

The retailer says it’s consolidating operations to introduce greater efficiencies into the chain.

As transparency, health and digital trends shape the future of the category, retailers and suppliers must stray from their traditional approaches to drive demand and sales.

As retailers dedicate greater shelf space to value-added salads and vegetables to satisfy growing consumer demand, the days might be numbered for the produce department’s longtime theater creator.

The retailer is expanding with an eye on becoming the largest Hispanic-focused grocer in the U.S.