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Grocery, Supermarket and Retail Food Industry News

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CPG

Lessons From CPGs’ Forefathers

History's new series "The Food That Built America" provides a fascinating look at the food industry pioneers who revolutionized the art of making, selling, branding and marketing food for the masses.

Retailers

Big Y Gives Associates Access to Reduced-Rate College Classes

The New England retailer's alliance with Champlain College offers employees 60 degree and certificate programs at a reduced rate.

The retailer’s Zero Hunger Zero Waste foundation selected seven innovators to receive funding to accelerate programs and solutions that help end food waste.

As more media companies move toward digital formats, the retailer is pulling the paper publication racks on Oct. 15.

"Stop Over" police post created in response to safety concerns from customers and employees as the country still reels in the wake of tragedies such as the shootings at a Texas Walmart.

Joining a surge of worker unrest against the wholesaler, 150 drivers and warehouse workers in Local 662 authorized a strike, which the wholesaler said would not be "in anyone’s best interest."

Customer credit card information revealed by the retailer on Aug. 14 has begun appearing on the underground store Joker’s Stash under the code name Solar Energy.

The national distributor signs on as a new partner with Truckers Against Trafficking.

Giant's TV and digital ad depicts families in the midst of everyday life in a campaign to solidify the retailer's reputation as "personal, relatable and necessary."

The acquisition of three-store Musser’s Markets continues to bolster the chain’s regional growth.

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