Financials

Stores

Loyalty, private label drive modest Q1 growth at Natural Grocers

Sales are up slightly at the 166-unit, health-focused grocer, largely because of inflation, while store visits declined during the quarter.

Stores

Sales climb at Ingles Markets during Q1

Net sales totaled $1.49 billion for the regional grocer, which operates nearly 200 stores in the southeast.

CEO Andy Jassy says company making progress “in reducing our cost to serve in the operations part of our Stores business.”

E-commerce sales decline for third consecutive month, but analyst notes strong growth on three-year stack.

Consumer spending climbs 2.1% in the quarter, fueled in part by a rebound in purchases of goods.

Online retailer reiterates possibility of a sale of the company.

Owners have hired an investment bank to explore the disposal of the American c-store network, which includes Kroger's 700-plus convenience stores, report says.

Shareholders waited over two months as the payment, announced with the Kroger mega-merger, became entangled in litigation.

Washington’s Supreme Court late Tuesday cleared the way for stockholder payments to begin. But the state’s attorney general warned the grocer’s planned $24.6 billion merger with Kroger is “far from a done deal.”

Supermarket giant upholds strong growth pace since unveiling of merger deal with Kroger.

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