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Plant-Based Options to Expand at 2,000 Walmart Stores

The retailer adds Strong Roots frozen food products to its freezer aisles.

Retail Foodservice

What's Ahead for Grocery Hot Bars and Salad Bars?

The pandemic has effectively shut down centerpieces of the fresh department, putting industry ingenuity to the test, the author says.

The new agreement with UFCW Local 1000 continues the retailer's Restock Kroger plan to invest in its workers.

Prices will be reduced on 60 items in the produce department, including bananas, potatoes, apples and bagged salads.

The discount retailer commits to 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable plastic packaging by 2025, as well as making all its packaging more sustainable.

The retailer’s Workforce Diversity Report, based on 2019 information, reveals that its workforce of nearly 350,000 team members is 50% people of color.

New store expected to open in spring 2021 after the successful launch of EatWell in the city.

The retailer launches Nourishing Our Neighborhoods, a program designed to rescue food and redistribute it to the communities that need it most.

Winsight’s latest live news roundtable, Winsight Live with Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert, offers insights into Walmart’s expansion on Long Island, Instacart’s partnership with c-store 7-Eleven, the measures food halls are taking to reopen safely, ExxonMobil’s Alexa-enabled fuel payment, and more.

The collaboration will help the operator offer targeted promotions and rewards through its mobile app and website.

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