Grocery, Supermarket and Retail Food Industry News


Commissioned Study Quantifies 'Instacart Effect' on Sales, Employment

Though viewed by some as cannibalizing and interloping, Instacart benefits sales and employment, a commissioned study finds.


Brandless Closes Shop in Blow to Virtual CPG Challenger

The online shop built around multiple consumer and retail trends couldn't overcome cost challenges and competition despite heavy funding.

Still in its nascent stages, the CBD market could be a boon for retailers if they understand the products that sell and who is buying them.

Industry experts give their take on prominent themes in the category, despite regulatory uncertainties.

Hemp is legally allowed to be grown again, but CBD products remain in limbo as the FDA has done little to clear up confusion.

Two local unions representing 26,000 workers at Mid-Atlantic locations slam employers for "insulting proposals."

Bankruptcy filing details talks with a potential suitor that died over the weekend, leading to the retailer's sudden liquidation.

Asset purchase agreements have now been filed for 24 of 39 units wiped out by Lucky's bankruptcy.

The Maniaci family’s four locations joined Wakefern last October, and all its stores will be transitioned to the new banner by early March.

After a sale effort proved unsuccessful, the beleaguered natural foods retailer seeks to raise funds for creditors through inventory and asset blowouts while minimizing additional obligations.

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