Grocery, Supermarket and Retail Food Industry News


April brings another breather in grocery price inflation

Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen tells Good Morning America that “the rate of increases will slow down.”


Higher costs bite into Q1 bottom line at Weis Markets

Mid-Atlantic grocer upholds sales momentum in catering to inflation-weary shoppers.

The dispute began nearly three years ago, following the killing of George Floyd.

Union chief Marc Perrone cites a “lack of transparency” and the mega-deal’s potential impact on workers, communities and their families.

The supermarket giant cited the ongoing shift from print to digital in consumer media habits.

The Senate committee he chairs will take up a bill next month to phase in the higher wage over five years.

The increase marks a recovery from the prior month and reflects an uptick in overall retail jobs.

Warehouse club giant sees improved performance after lackluster results in the previous month.

Chairman and President Galen Weston said Canadian grocer “stayed laser-focused on delivering value.”

The new offering serves up a weekly rotation of more than 10 quick-to-prepare recipes for four people, available for delivery.

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