1-on-1 With Brad Brookshire of Brookshire Grocery Co.

The chairman and CEO of the family-run Texas retailer discusses how his teams have been holding up in wake of the coronavirus, a philosophy of serving others, and how the company embraced a “Saturday Night Live” sketch.


Some Good Grocery News: SEG Donates $2.3 Million, Hy-Vee Partners to End Summer Hunger

From Southeastern Grocers to Hy-Vee and FreshDirect, grocers and suppliers are spreading hope, feeding the hungry and changing communities for the better.

Through a partnership with Gravity Diagnostics, Kroger Health plans to process more than 60,000 tests per week by the end of July.

The retailer's new Colorado store delivers its trademark fresh and organic foods, packaged for the pandemic in a grab-and-go-focused format.

The retailer’s Bistro and Open Nature lines will soon display the Responsible Choice logo for sustainable sourcing.

The new concept store and long-anticipated vision of Raley’s owner Michael Teel, focuses on a highly curated assortment of fresh, nutritious, minimally processed and sustainably sourced products.

From supporting LGBTQ equality to fighting food insecurity and raising worker pay to record levels, grocers across the country step up and give back.

The rollout, which will begin in the Midwest and reach 1,500 stores by the holidays, adds 750 items to the retailer’s Order Pickup and Drive Up services.

The scion of the wildly popular Connecticut-based Stew Leonard’s grocery stores joins WGB and Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert on Winsight’s Facebook Live on June 25.

As the pandemic lingers, the retailer is making "long-term, permanent investments" in its people.

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