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Employees are hopeful the retailer will relax its facial hair policy as the test expands to new regions.

The Lempert report: The nonprofit has opened a grocery store in Baltimore with the goal of bringing healthy food to low-income residents.

Five new items are joining the subscription-free line.

Reducing waste and installing car charging stations were among the highlights.

The retailer said it would retire its legacy loyalty and online programs May 1 in order to introduce their replacement.

Users of the health kiosks at Wegmans stores can now link data to pharmacists, allowing for convenient care.

The move is reflection of a continued commitment to employees, according to the retailer.

Intelligent guidance that connects the dots between the food industry and healthcare offers promising improvements for the well-being of consumers.

Basket Economics: Refueling is hitting the mainstream in more ways than one.

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