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Investing in the Grocery Industry’s Future: A Venture Capitalist's Perspective  

The $50 million Greycroft Albertsons Fund, launched less than two years ago, is developing 16 companies providing the retailer with a peek at the future of food.


Not Your Average Snow Day

WGB's April editor's letter charts the grocery industry's rapid response to the coronavirus crisis that has thrust the world into unprecedented times and unchartered waters.

Beloved by customers and “partners” and admired for its competitive intensity and dedication to slaying giants through innovation, H-E-B receives WGB’s highest annual accolade.

WGB's March Endcap guest is concerned that grocery workers’ designation as essential service providers is at risk due to lack of masks, sanitizers and arbitrary communication.

H-E-B and others shun special time slots while urging consumers to use click-and-collect and delivery.

The outspoken consumer analytics leader on why online grocery and craft beer are overhyped, his favorite Duke Blue Devils, and what he learned while running for U.S. Congress.

Now to be known as The Giant Co., the retailer modernizes 47-year-old logos.

The founder and CEO of Pensa Systems discusses how "flying whiffle balls" can defeat "electromechanical beasts" in the race to eliminate out-of-stocks, and how winemaking is like tech.

WGB's February Endcap guest discusses what most fascinates her about AI, her appreciation for "Midwest nice," the importance of "the next question" and her beef with "bips."

Against the backdrop of radical change, many retailers must accelerate their adoption of techniques to facilitate innovation.

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