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A Peek Inside Fresh Thyme’s Latest Pittsburgh Location

Hundreds of shoppers greeted Fresh Thyme Farmers Market as it opened its third Pittsburgh-area store this month, underscoring a positive reaction to a new grocery format in a market where Giant Eagle has long been dominant.


Presenting WGB’s 2019 Remarkable Independents

WGB proudly recognizes 15 grocers that are collectively nourishing their communities in countless ways.

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WGB, IDDBA Seek 2019 ‘Champions of Change’ Nominations

New industry recognition platform will recognize the talented individuals who are making a mark on growing and expanding fresh categories as well as the next generation of leaders.

Recent Stories

Recent Stories

Modern in-store display solutions impart ambiance and enhance fresh product assortment while reducing energy costs.

The retailer said it was lowering prices on roughly 100 SKUs for two weeks in response to SNAP cadence changes in government shutdown.

The Lempert Report: Stop & Shop is planning to test the idea this spring.

The ability to improve the customer experience is influenced greatly by increased operational efficiency, which is where autonomous robots really shine.

It’s a good idea for grocery retailers to examine current safety, hygiene and other best practices in their prepared food sections to ensure they’re coming out on top.

The Grand Canyon State’s leading privately held grocer earlier this month unveiled fully remodeled and remerchandised stores in the Native American communities of Whiteriver and Tuba City, both of which feature a variety of updates and expanded features along with an elevated focus on healthy food offerings.

The move was in response to customer demand for less plastic use and waste reduction.

Katherine Harvey, who was a retail business reporter earlier in her career, joins WGB's Breakroom to discuss the challenges of building a new brand in the healthy food space.

A spotlight on the latest perishable products that caught our eye this month.