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Giant Eagle Taps Beth Newlands Campbell as President

The veteran grocery executive joins the Pittsburgh-based multiformat retailer at a critical time of digital expansion.

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Winsight Grocery Business Adds Top Talent to Content Team

Seasoned trade journalists Kat Martin and Jennifer Strailey join the trade media brand in key editorial capacities.

Ralphs, Vons and Albertsons workers laud "significant" wage and benefit gains.

The retailer said customers "love" the $98 annual subscription option, which will be offered in all U.S. delivery markets.

Lengthy negotiations yield framework for a 3-year deal to be voted on by workers this week

Stew Leonard’s is set to open its first New Jersey grocery outpost at the Paramus Park Mall next week, but staffing has been a challenge.

The hard discounter previously pegged a $14-per-hour starting wage for workers switching to the Lidl brand.

The tight labor market requires a proactive approach from operators to tell existing associates and job seekers about the food industry’s many rich and rewarding career paths.

The New England retailer's alliance with Champlain College offers employees 60 degree and certificate programs at a reduced rate.

Joining a surge of worker unrest against the wholesaler, 150 drivers and warehouse workers in Local 662 authorized a strike, which the wholesaler said would not be "in anyone’s best interest."

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