Grocery Business

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Dollar Tree Lauds Rollout of Dual-Branded Combo Stores

The retailer has quietly stepped up its rollout of dual-branded Family Dollar-Dollar Tree stores, bringing the single-price point offering to rural towns and strongly outperforming legacy Family Dollar units.

Technology

When Elephants Dance: A Grocery War of Intelligence

As Amazon, Instacart and Walmart load up, the battle for grocery is about to go nuclear, the author says.

Technology

New Investment Values Instacart at $39 Billion

New funding round, which values the company at more than Kroger and Albertsons combined, acknowledges the tech platform has "unlocked" complexities of grocery e-commerce and has more room to grow.

Recent Stories

Recent Stories

As Amazon, Instacart and Walmart load up, the battle for grocery is about to go nuclear, the author says.

DFA to donate $50,000; H-E-B adds to its storm-recovery support.

Easing restrictions—but incomplete vaccinations—in places such as Mississippi and Texas draws condemnation from some industry groups and leaves retailers on their own to request but not enforce safety measures.

The CEO of the meal-delivery company says pandemic aided discovery, but "no one was forced" to try it.

A newly published study from 1010data examines changing consumer behaviors and how retailers and brands can stay ahead of the curve in 2021.

Promoted from SpartanNash's Martin's Super Markets brand, McClellan will be tasked with developing an assortment strategy and growth plans for the company's fresh product categories.

Products that nourish and sustain—for at-home or on-the-go—will appeal to consumers paying more attention to what they are eating.

The retailer will offer sandwiches, salads and other prepared offerings for delivery for customers within 6 miles of five St. Louis-area stores.

Target reports $15 billion sales growth in 2020—more than in previous 11 years combined—as it looks toward more small-format stores, new sortation centers and expanded grocery assortment for pickup in 2021.