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Kroger Calls It Quits on Lucky’s

The retailer said it would divest holdings in the upstart natural foods chain, which had doubled in size but reportedly struggled under its wing.

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Produce, Private Brands Power Kroger's Q3 Comps Gain

The retailer said fresh food sales are providing a stable base for Restock.

The New York specialty chain brings new sales to the ShopRite operator, but higher expenses and margin pressure trigger 44% adjusted earnings dip.

SKU reductions and "simplified" assortments cause near-term disruption but will position the club chain for long-term growth, CEO says.

The natural foods retailer promises new stores, improved merchandising, a dividend and a variety of new private label items in its new fiscal year.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court grants Dean Foods access to up to $475 million to fund daily operations, including employee wages and vendor payments.

“We need to do more and move faster” to link grocery to general merchandise in online mix, Doug McMillon declares in Q3 financial review.

After announcing last quarter its exit from Fresh Kitchen and the resignation of CEO Dave Staples, SpartanNash posts positive sales and improvements to supply chain.

A new video series produced by Winsight Grocery Business highlights the industry's top stories.

The retailer said U.S. banners Food Lion and Hannaford led 1.8% comps in the third quarter.

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