Discount

Retailers

5 Things to Learn From Grocery Outlet

From why it's not rushing to e-commerce to what it's learning from Chick-fil-A, CEO Eric Lindberg muses on the unique and fast-growing discount model.

Stores

Expanding Walmart, Aldi Crowd a Fragmented Long Island Market

Long Island continues to see influence of price players in grocery as a Farmingdale, N.Y., Walmart expands, and Aldi builds in North Babylon.

The Ralphs veteran succeeds Dustin Goodpaster at the hard discount division as Dustin Goodpaster takes Mid-Atlantic operations post.

The discounter said it would invest $500 million to grow its U.S. store base by 50% by the end of next year; two first-generation "glass palaces" are closing.

As its Q2 financials exceed high expectations, the extreme discounter is moving to new and deeper relationships with suppliers affected by pandemic upheaval.

At least five converted Best Market stores will open in the coming weeks, with three more openings set for early next year.

The grocery industry veteran takes over as once-struggling Family Dollar banner regains momentum.

As a recession takes hold, the discounter keeps an eye on vulnerable core shoppers—and welcomes wealthier new visitors, CEO Todd Vasos says.

Citizens Commercial leads $150M revolver as the discounter eyes a wholesale transition.

Watch out Walmart, Instacart is expanding its same-day delivery of affordably priced groceries and home goods through a new partnership with Big Lots.

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