Independents

Industry Partners

Opinion: $15 Wage Not Practical for Independent Grocers

The Raise the Wage Act would force smaller retailers to employ fewer people, raise their prices or shut their doors, says NGA CEO Greg Ferrara.

Retailers

With Fresh Funding, Foxtrot Looks to Double Its Footprint in 2021

Former Whole Foods co-CEO Walter Robb is a backer of the Chicago-based concept, which announced the close of a $42 million investment round.

Gus Lebiak preaches the benefits of a dynamic coalition of independent C-Town and Bravo operators with responsive support that's changing along with neighborhoods and shoppers.

The association says the decision to hold the show in-person from Sept. 19-21 in Vegas was based on updated vaccine rollout projections, as well as the current reopening status in Nevada.

Raley's will have a namesake food lab as part of its sponsorship of the AgStart food and agriculture incubator, a public-private partnership to support next-generation food entrepreneurship.

The chief executive shares perspective on making e-commerce more profitable, training during a pandemic and where the company won't get caught short again.

Association expresses it looks forward to working with the new administration as it offers details on issues such as employee tax relief, liability protection, SNAP assistance and minimum wage.

The appointments under new president Gus Lebiak will support CTown and Bravo independents in New York and Florida.

Danielle Vogel worked on Capitol Hill before launching a grocery store. Amid the chaos of the past year and in early January, the grocery community helps everyone get through, she says.

The co-op said Engage3's software would help to expand its pricing visibility by 60%.

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