Rebekah Marcarelli

Rebekah Marcarelli

Associate Editor


Rebekah Marcarelli comes to the grocery world after spending several years immersed in digital media. A graduate of Purchase College, Rebekah held internships in the magazine, digital news and local television news fields. In her spare time, Rebekah spends way too much time at the grocery store deciding what to make for dinner.

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New technology allows grocers to take a holistic, full-store approach to reducing energy use and waste.

Brick-and-mortar retailers can stay competitive with e-tailers by encouraging last-minute buys, GMDC study indicates.

A Fry's Food store will act as the testing grounds for the autonomous grocery delivery service.

Move over, peanut butter and jelly: Parents are increasingly sending their children off to school with premium and better-for-you food options.

Gil Phipps was described as the "perfect talent" for new marketing approach.

The e-tailer is upping the ante amid the expansion of its delivery program.

AgTech company Zest Labs claims its own intellectual property was used to create the system.

Salads and wraps sold at the retailers may have contained cyclospora-infected romaine lettuce.

The retailer created a chief technology officer position and named a new chief information security officer.

High interchange rates and network fees were putting merchandise prices at risk, according to the retailer.

The small-store format, set for three Oregon locations, intends to blur lines between grocer and nutritionist, its founder says.

The new health-focused concept just launched in Des Moines.