Mergers and acquisitions


Raley’s Completes Bashas’ Acquisition, Creates New Business Entity

Launches The Raley’s Companies enterprise, which combines the Arizona-based grocer with a larger portfolio of retail and technology holdings.


Price Chopper/Market 32, Tops Get a New Parent

Upon the closure of its merger, the New York-based grocers' newly named Northeast Grocery Markets plans to turn 12 former locations into Grand Union stores.

The Tyler, Texas-based grocer, which now operates more than 200 stores in four states, has acquired Reasor’s 17 stores in Oklahoma.

Grocery platform seeks to better support its retail partners’ e-commerce needs, and help increase their competitiveness in the retail foodservice space.

Through an integrated platform, the companies seek to provide retailers with solutions that reduce food waste, deliver higher sales and go beyond sustainability.

The deal uniting two of the West’s most high-profile regional, independent grocers, comes as Bashas’ CEO says, ‘regional grocery competition has never been tougher.’

The shipping giant said the deal would “open new doors” to growth by expanding package types, and fulfillment options, for delivery partners.

The proposed acquisition will enhance demand forecasting and pricing capabilities, Zebra said.

Delivery provider eyes 'end-to-end' capabilities as e-commerce platforms remain in high demand.

The family-owned and -operated company has sold its 13 convenience stores to Global Partners LP; its neighborhood grocery stores in Vermont were not part of the deal.

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